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Power point assignment choice #1_module 6

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Power point assignment choice #1_module 6

  1. 1. BUILDING EFFECTIVE PRESENTATIONS ORG 536 Critical Thinking Option 1 Gabrielle Cox
  2. 2. BUILDING THE BEST OF THE BEST 1. Preparation 2. Visual Aid Types 3. Organizational Flow 4. Common Blunders
  3. 3. “ ” YOU NEVER REALLY LEARN MUCH FROM HEARING YOURSELF TALK Source: http://www.uniqueteachingresources.com/Funny-Teacher-Quotes.html Audience Credibility Begins With: 1. Aligned Values 2. Evidence of Credibility 3. Respecting Audience Values
  4. 4. VISUAL AIDS FOR INTEREST Types of Visual Aids 1. Multimedia 2. Anecdotes 3. Pictures Source: http://joyfulpublicspeaking.blogspot.com/2015_11_01_archive.html
  5. 5. ORGANIZATIONAL FLOW Introduction 1. Capture Audience Attention 2. Identify your credibility 3. Preview Main Points Text Body 1. Develop 2 to 4 Points 2. Support Points with Data 3. Transitional Phrases Conclusion 1. Theme Summary 2. Memorable Take-Away 3. Questions and Answers
  6. 6. ORGANIZATIONAL FLOW Introduction 1. Capture Audience Attention 2. Identify your credibility 3. Preview Main Points Text Body 1. Develop 2 to 4 Points 2. Support Points with Data 3. Transitional Phrases Conclusion 1. Theme Summary 2. Memorable Take-Away 3. Questions and Answers
  7. 7. ORGANIZATIONAL FLOW Introduction 1. Capture Audience Attention 2. Identify your credibility 3. Preview Main Points Text Body 1. Develop 2 to 4 Points 2. Support Points with Data 3. Transitional Phrases Conclusion 1. Theme Summary 2. Memorable Take-Away 3. Questions and Answers
  8. 8. COMMON BLUNDERS BAD • TEXTING AND DRIVING IS KNOWN FOR TAKING THE LIVES OF YOUNG ADULTS • THE LAW NEEDS TO ENFORCE THE BAN ON THESE ACTIVITIES WHILE DRIVING • WHAT CAN WE DO TO MAKE SURE THIS DOESN’T HAPPEN TO SOMEONE WE LOVE? BETTER • Young adults die • Take action • Government involvement BEST 1. Texting while driving takes lives 2. Government lobbying can ban distracted driving 3. Our involvement can stop these car accidents
  9. 9. DRIVE IT HOME 1. Questions & answers 2. Contact information 3. Presentation handout Source: https://www.goodfreephotos.com/sports/golfer-hitting-a-golf-ball.jpg.php Gabrielle Cox Corporate Trainer Gabrielle.Cox@csuglobal.edu Office: (123) 456-7891
  10. 10. REFERENCES Anthony, R. & Boyd, B. (n.d.). How to choose visuals for innovative presentations wisely. Retrieved from http://www.dummies.com/careers/business-communication/creating-presentations/how-to- choose-visuals-for-innovative-presentations-wisely/ McMillan, D. (2010). Life after death by PowerPoint 2010 by Don McMillan. Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KbSPPFYxx3o Smaone, V. (2015). The importance of using visual aids in a presentation. Retrieved from https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/importance-using-visual-aids-presentation-vtm-smaone Smith, J. (2014). 7 excellent ways to start a presentation and capture your audience’s attention. Retrieved from http://business.financialpost.com/business-insider/7-excellent-ways-to-start-a- presentation-and-capture-your-audiences-attention Tucker, K. (n.d.). How to write a conclusion for PowerPoint presentation. Retrieved from http://classroom.synonym.com/write-conclusion-powerpoint-presentation-7229903.html Witt, C. (2013). How to establish credibility in a speech or presentation. Retrieved from http://christopherwitt.com/establish-credibility-speech/

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