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How to Present

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How to Present

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How to Present

  1. 1. Lectur e Presenting
  2. 2. The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires. William Arthur Ward
  3. 3. NOT
  4. 4. Objectives Story Media Delivery
  5. 5. STORY
  6. 6. What So What? What So What
  7. 7. Scope
  8. 8. Elevator Pitch
  9. 9. Cinderella Photo
  10. 10. Cinderella Married photo
  11. 11. Cinderella glass slipper
  12. 12. Key Message
  13. 13. Media
  14. 14. Folder
  15. 15. folder video
  16. 16. Illustrate Annotat e
  17. 17. PowerPoint® presentation flaws and failures: a psychological analysis Stephen M. Kosslyn,,* Rogier A. Kievit, Alexandra G. Russell, and Jennifer M. Shephard Front Psychol. 2012; 3: 230. Electronic slideshow presentations are often faulted anecdotally, but little empirical work has documented their faults. Please stop reading this. If you have come this far you should have realise that you are not listening to me. In Study 1 we found that eight psychological principles are often violated in PowerPoint® slideshows, and are violated to similar extents across different fields – for example, academic research slideshows generally were no better or worse than business slideshows. Seriously? Stop Reading this!! In Study 2 we found that respondents reported having noticed, and having been annoyed by, specific problems in presentations arising from violations of particular psychological principles. You are no better than a hypnotise chicken. Finally, in Study 3 we showed that observers are not highly accurate in recognizing when particular slides violated a specific psychological rule. Furthermore, even when they correctly identified the violation, they often could not explain the nature of the problem. In sum, the psychological foundations for effective slideshow presentation design are neither obvious nor necessarily intuitive, and presentation designers in all fields, from education to business to government, could benefit from explicit instruction in relevant aspects of psychology.
  18. 18. PowerPoint® presentation flaws and failures: a psychological analysis Stephen M. Kosslyn,,* Rogier A. Kievit, Alexandra G. Russell, and Jennifer M. Shephard Front Psychol. 2012; 3: 230. Electronic slideshow presentations are often faulted anecdotally, but little empirical work has documented their faults. Please stop reading this. If you have come this far you should have realise that you are not listening to me. In Study 1 we found that eight psychological principles are often violated in PowerPoint® slideshows, and are violated to similar extents across different fields – for example, academic research slideshows generally were no better or worse than business slideshows. Seriously? Stop Reading this!! In Study 2 we found that respondents reported having noticed, and having been annoyed by, specific problems in presentations arising from violations of particular psychological principles. You are no better than a hypnotise chicken. Finally, in Study 3 we showed that observers are not highly accurate in recognizing when particular slides violated a specific psychological rule. Furthermore, even when they correctly identified the violation, they often could not explain the nature of the problem. In sum, the psychological foundations for effective slideshow presentation design are neither obvious nor necessarily intuitive, and presentation designers in all fields, from education to business to government, could benefit from explicit instruction in relevant aspects of psychology.
  19. 19. パワーポイントプレゼンテーションの欠陥や故障:心理学的分析 スティーブンM.コスリン,, *ロジェ、アレクサンドラG.ラッセル、そしてジェニファーM.シェパード フロン。 2012 ; 3 : 230 。 電子スライドショーのプレゼンテーションは、多くの場合、逸話的に障害が発生しているが、 少し経験的な仕事は、その障害を文書化しています。これを読んで停止してください。あなた がここまで来ている場合、あなたはあなたが私に耳を傾けていないことを認識している必要が あります。例えば、学術研究のスライドショーは、一般的にビジネスのスライドショーよりも 良くも悪くもなかった - 研究1では、私たちは8心理的な原則は、多くの場合、パワーポイント のスライドショーに違反している、と異なる分野全体で同程度に違反していることがわかりま した。真剣に?これを読んで停止!研究2では、私たちは、回答者が気づいたと報告、および特 定の心理的な原則の違反から生じるプレゼンテーションで特定の問題、に悩まされたことがわ かりました。あなたはチキンよりも優れていません。最後に、研究3で我々はオブザーバーは、 特定のスライドが特定の心理的なルールに違反したときに認識するのに非常に正確ではないこ とを示しました。さらに、それらは正確に違反を同定した場合であっても、それらは、しばし ば、問題の性質を説明することができませんでした。要するに、効果的なスライドショープレ ゼンテーション設計のための心理的な基盤は明白でも、必ずしも直感的でもない、とプレゼン テーションデザイナー、すべての分野で、教育からビジネスへの政府に、心理学の関連する側 面での明示的な命令から利益を得ることができます。
  20. 20. Habits
  21. 21. Walt cuffed to radiator with tie Blue shirt Tag Monaco Chronograph watch on left wrist Head Shaven Looking to the left Concerned look on face
  22. 22. Walt Radiator
  23. 23. Murray et al - P 0.45
  24. 24. April May June January February March October November July August September
  25. 25. Distracted Slides Apple Table Penny Ball Chewing Gum
  26. 26. Title 5 Words Comic What did I say
  27. 27. Distracted Slides Apple Table Penny Ball Chewing Gum
  28. 28. Delivery
  29. 29. Perform Read
  30. 30. Rehearse Rehearse Rehearse
  31. 31. Take Home
  32. 32. So What
  33. 33. Illustrate
  34. 34. Perform
  35. 35. The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires. William Arthur Ward

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