20 TIPS FOR A GOOD PRESENTATION

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20 TIPS FOR A GOOD PRESENTATION

  1. 1. 20 tips for a good presentation T8T Team
  2. 2. Make simple presentations. • Be concrete Using too many slides Not dynamic presentation BORED PUBLIC • Do not use too many images neither too many words.
  3. 3. Contrast in colors • Use colors that contrast between them • The audience will not damage their eyes
  4. 4. Use HD images • The aim is that the pictures can be well seen to give a sense of professionalism. Mancini, A. (2008) White tiger. Recovered from es.fotopedia.com/items/flickr -2409711282
  5. 5. Do not use too many animation • The audience may not pay attention to your presentation. Teaching & Learning Centre, (2011, June 6) Prezi Tutorial. Retrieved February, 26, 2014, from http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=wmMGX0_HBwQ
  6. 6. The most important slide at the end • If you put the best picture at the beginning, the audience will not pay attention to the rest of the presentation. • In this slide you must show the message that you want your audience to remember.
  7. 7. Keep you presentation in the correct format You don’t do it Problems when you open your presentation
  8. 8. Make your own intro • Try to make a good introduction of your topic • Catch you audience’s attention. Improves their curiosity about the topic.
  9. 9. First slide should be interesting • The objective is to catch the audience’s attention. First slide not interesting Do not catch the audience’s attention First slide is interesting Catch the audience’s attention
  10. 10. Before starting the presentation Ask for silence Unknown, 2013, Public Domain CC0, Image, Recovered from http://pixabay.com/en/mute-muted-quiet-silent-sound-157176/
  11. 11. Keep eye contact with the audience • If you look to the audience you will maintain their attention • If you don’t look at the audience you will give a bad image about yourself (shy…) and they probably won’t pay attention
  12. 12. Try not to repeat yourself • Give your audience credit for being intelligent and attentive. They will appreciate it.
  13. 13. During the first seconds… It is very important to have a nice attitude and capture people’s attention
  14. 14. Never give your own opinion • The audience has to create their own opinion about the topic YOU SHOULD NEVER TELL YOUR OPINION BECAUSE IT CAN INFLUENCE THE AUDIENCE’S
  15. 15. Speak the language • You don’t have to be perfect but you do have to speak fluently. REMEMBER: THE AUDIENCE HAS TO GET YOUR MESSAGE CLEARLY
  16. 16. Do not learn by heart • Perform it • Do not read • If you learn it by heart, you probably forget some information or you probably get confused. • Learnt by heart = (normally) you don’t understand what your explaining.
  17. 17. Ideas organized by numbers • So it is easier to understand for everybody. • You will get a better understanding of the topic. 1. 2. 3
  18. 18. Change the type of letter • The important things should be highlighted • Color and font-size to emphasize key words.
  19. 19. Pointing Laser (2012). Recovered from openchipart.org/detail /173876/laser-by-tlines -173876 • Use your finger or a laser to point at your presentation so that the audience can follow you better.
  20. 20. Make questions It’s a good way to maintain the attention of the audience
  21. 21. Try to search for copyleft • Look for information from Creative Commons License • There is too much information on the Internet, so we have to select the one that is reliable. No license webpages Randell, J. Creative Common logo. Recovered from http://blogs.nyu.edu/ blogs/gc69/stdin/2008/10/hacking_free_software_open_dou_1.html

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