Introduction0 Good and effective presentations are a mixture of a variety of elements…0 Selection of right tools0 The presentation should have interesting and engaging content0 You must manage time well, and be confident in presenting the material0 Balancing all these elements is not an easy task, but following a few simple rules can help you deliver effective and engaging presentations…
Keep it Straight and Simple & Keep it Short and Sweet
1. Managing the content0 Identify a few key points0 Dont include every detail0 Use an outline0 Start and end strongly0 Use examples0 Summarize key points
2. Time management0 Test your timing (before the actual presentation)– When you practice, you also improve your chances of keeping to time0 Members of the audience want you to respect their time 0 If you end your presentation on time or early, this can make a huge, positive impression on them
3. Knowing your audience0 Before you even begin putting your PowerPoint slides together, the first thing you need to do is understand what your audience wants0 You should know about the prior knowledge your audience have on the topic0 When what you say is what your audience wants to hear, then youll receive positive reinforcement throughout your presentation
4. Be confident0 Practice to build confidence0 Be flexible0 Welcome statements from the audience0 Keep your visuals simple and brief0 Manage your stress
Five cardinal signs of Inflammation0 Heat (Calor)0 Redness (Rubor)0 Swelling (Tumor)0 Pain (Dolor)0 Loss of Function (Functio Laesa)
Molecular Events during Actin-Myosin interaction0 ATP binds myosin, allowing it to release actin and be in the weak binding state. The myosin then hydrolyzes the ATP and uses the energy to move into the "cocked back" conformation0 Steps 2 and 3 repeat as long as ATP is available and calcium is present on thin filament0 While the above steps are occurring, calcium is actively pumped back into the sarcoplasmic reticulum 0 When calcium is no longer present on the thin filament, the tropomyosin changes conformation back to its previous state so as to block the binding sites again. The myosin ceases binding to the thin filament, and the contractions cease
Myosin head Troponin ATP Tropomyosin Ca++Actin Pi ADP ATP
Few very important points to remember…0 Right colour scheme0 Right Font size0 Use “transition” or “bridging” slides0 Use slide transitions, animate text, highlight key points…. But don’t overdo it!!0 State references for your presentation clearly
For beginners…0 Everyone can learn the skills and techniques they need to increase their level of confidence and performance when presenting0 The good news about presenting is that you can improve with: practice, more practice and still more practice
Well, Remember!!Don’t put picturesthat have no link toyour presentation…
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