Use of        PowerPoint           as a     Presentation ToolBy: Rona Marie Angelica A.         Obillo
PowerPoint is an easy-to-  use presentation tool – but, like with any tool, itsuse is only as effective as the presenter w...
Presenting With                 PowerPointIn putting together your slideshow, you’ve obviouslyconsidered key elements such...
10 Best Practices in  Presenting with    PowerPoint
1. Thinkabout goals   andpurpose of hand outs
2. Minimize the   number of texts To discourage yourself from readingslides, use fewer slides with concise text
3. Don’t parrot           PowerPoint. keep in mind that99% of the time, you should be looking at  your students, notthe p...
4. Hold up    Make sure that you are in your end       their foreground – that               what you are saying and     ...
5. Time your    talk.  Remember that   another potential problem occurs when    your important  comments coincide   preci...
6. Give it a rest Don’t be shy about blanking the screen on occasion     when you need your students to focus on you
7. Make it interactive             Ask students to                  anticipate             information on an             ...
8. Mix up the   media Put a range of   media into      your   PowerPoint     styles.
9. Hide your pointer Some students are easily distracted when the pointer  moves across the screen   during the presentat...
10. Rehearse before      presenting Practicing your presentation in the            slideshow view
Uses and Importance of                  Powerpoint way of attracting audience towards your views and  arguments one of t...
Guidelines for an effective       presentation session Your presentation should be to the point and  focusing over actual...
 There should be less text, and maximum  possible graphics in presentations. Take care of your time, users positive  res...
Effective Slideshow   Construction
 must beText Size                readable                      dark text onContrast                   light             ...
Transitions     Sparing   and             andAnimations      consistent               consistent Template          and  ...
Hints for a successful      presentation Plan carefully Do your research Know your audience Speak comfortably and clea...
Effective PowerPoint                Slides Use design templates Standardize position, colors and styles Include only ne...
Text guidelines Generally no more than 6 lines a slide Avoid long sentences Larger font indicates more important  infor...
Clip Art and           Graphics Should balance the slide Should enhance and complement  the text, not overwhelm No more...
Best Practices: Delivery         Set an       appropriate       background    Navigate                      slides        ...
Example of PowerPoint    Presentation
Sources:http://www.microsoft.com/atwork/skills/presentat         ions.aspx#fbid=GPoRcF7KAgShttp://www.utexas.edu/lbj/21cp/...
Respectfully Submitted to     Prof. Erwin M.     Globio, MSIT
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  1. 1. Use of PowerPoint as a Presentation ToolBy: Rona Marie Angelica A. Obillo
  2. 2. PowerPoint is an easy-to- use presentation tool – but, like with any tool, itsuse is only as effective as the presenter who is using it.
  3. 3. Presenting With PowerPointIn putting together your slideshow, you’ve obviouslyconsidered key elements such as: Who is the audience? What do they already know about the material? What do you want them to learn by the end of the lecture? Where will the presentation take place and under what conditions?
  4. 4. 10 Best Practices in Presenting with PowerPoint
  5. 5. 1. Thinkabout goals andpurpose of hand outs
  6. 6. 2. Minimize the number of texts To discourage yourself from readingslides, use fewer slides with concise text
  7. 7. 3. Don’t parrot PowerPoint. keep in mind that99% of the time, you should be looking at your students, notthe projection screen or your computer screen
  8. 8. 4. Hold up  Make sure that you are in your end their foreground – that what you are saying and how you are saying it is compelling enough to keep them focused on you, and not on your slides
  9. 9. 5. Time your talk.  Remember that another potential problem occurs when your important comments coincide precisely with the appearance of a fresh PowerPoint slide
  10. 10. 6. Give it a rest Don’t be shy about blanking the screen on occasion when you need your students to focus on you
  11. 11. 7. Make it interactive  Ask students to anticipate information on an upcoming slide, or use PowerPoint for interactive games using action buttons, for instance
  12. 12. 8. Mix up the media Put a range of media into your PowerPoint styles.
  13. 13. 9. Hide your pointer Some students are easily distracted when the pointer moves across the screen during the presentation
  14. 14. 10. Rehearse before presenting Practicing your presentation in the slideshow view
  15. 15. Uses and Importance of Powerpoint way of attracting audience towards your views and arguments one of the most helping factors behind success of every meeting combines audio and visual both aspects, making it easier to understand for audience makes it easier for people in marketing, advertising, and sales to make presentations for motivation of their subordinates. Inclusion of different types of charts, images, clip-arts, other graphical structures, makes a presentation eye catchy
  16. 16. Guidelines for an effective presentation session Your presentation should be to the point and focusing over actual purpose. There should be a professional look deciding your organizations identity. You need to practice properly before delivering a presentation in any seminars
  17. 17.  There should be less text, and maximum possible graphics in presentations. Take care of your time, users positive responses, and their ease, dont make people bored with longer duration presentations There should be uniform colors and font appearance throughout the presentation to avoid in-convenience http://eglobiotraining.com/
  18. 18. Effective Slideshow Construction
  19. 19.  must beText Size readable  dark text onContrast light backgrounds http://eglobiotraining.com/
  20. 20. Transitions  Sparing and andAnimations consistent  consistent Template and minimal
  21. 21. Hints for a successful presentation Plan carefully Do your research Know your audience Speak comfortably and clearly
  22. 22. Effective PowerPoint Slides Use design templates Standardize position, colors and styles Include only necessary information Limit the information to essentials Use colors that contrast Be consistent with effects, transitions and animation Too many slides can lose your audience
  23. 23. Text guidelines Generally no more than 6 lines a slide Avoid long sentences Larger font indicates more important information Font size generally ranges from 18 to 48 point Be sure text contrasts with background Avoid abbreviations and acronyms
  24. 24. Clip Art and Graphics Should balance the slide Should enhance and complement the text, not overwhelm No more than two graphics per slide
  25. 25. Best Practices: Delivery Set an appropriate background Navigate slides smoothly
  26. 26. Example of PowerPoint Presentation
  27. 27. Sources:http://www.microsoft.com/atwork/skills/presentat ions.aspx#fbid=GPoRcF7KAgShttp://www.utexas.edu/lbj/21cp/syllabus/powerp oint_tips2.htmhttp://www.fctl.ucf.edu/teachingandlearningreso urces/technology/powerpoint/index.phphttp://mason.gmu.edu/~montecin/powerpoint.ht ml
  28. 28. Respectfully Submitted to Prof. Erwin M. Globio, MSIT

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