Presentations Pecha Kucha

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Tips and ideas on presentation skills for teachers and students -- presented as a 20x20 Pecha Kucha (20 slides, 20 seconds per slide)

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  • an example of a ‘bad’ introduction slide\nsmall font, horrible color background, paragraph of illegible text\n“telling us about what you are going to tell us about”\n
  • the “good example” -- which is still pretty bad\nbut typical of some students\n“Introduction,” “During this presentation...”\n
  • expressing complex ideas simply\nthe trick is to find the balance - your presentation should enhance understanding, not complicate, and never confuse\n\n
  • this is not a set of rules\nrecommendations based on experience (others and mine)\nGREAT presentations can be made using a polar opposite approach (which I will show you later)\n
  • this is not a set of rules\nrecommendations based on experience (others and mine)\nGREAT presentations can be made using a polar opposite approach (which I will show you later)\n
  • do you need it?\nbest is face to face, \nlots of eye contact, \ndirect interaction with audience\n\n
  • rehearse - don’t read\nof course, i did not rehearse today.\n\n
  • be conscious of every piece of text you include on a slide\nin general, say it as directly and clearly as possible\n(sentences and paragraphs are not your friends)\n
  • 1 slide per idea\n3 bullets per slide\n6 words per bullet\n
  • 6 words per bullet\n6 bullets per image\n6 text slides in a row\n
  • this is not a set of rules\nrecommendations based on experience (others and mine)\nGREAT presentations can be made using a polar opposite approach (which I will show you later)\n
  • this is not a set of rules\nrecommendations based on experience (others and mine)\nGREAT presentations can be made using a polar opposite approach (which I will show you later)\n
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  • the time of clip art and stock photos is over\nwe are all photographers, graphic designers and collectors of media\n
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  • infographics can provide text and context -- and look cool too\nArticle, right, freedom, Nations, human, entitled, United, peoples, \ntagexedo\n
  • efficiency\n
  • balance\n
  • this presentation was one style -- called pecha kucha\ndeveloped by designers, japanese for “chit chat”\n
  • Presentations Pecha Kucha

    1. 1. you (audience) =
    2. 2. with text, less is more Regarding the words youchoose, it is better to say what you are trying to say with as few words as possible.
    3. 3. The more Fonts you use, the lessyour audience understands.
    4. 4. Contrast is KeyDarks on Lights Darks on Lights Lights on Darks Lights on Darks
    5. 5. images are powerful...
    6. 6. when they areauthentic and relevant
    7. 7. PechaKucha = chit chat(the sounds of conversation) ea ch o n ds se c id e s 20 0 sl2

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