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Your Ultimate Guide to Giving #PechaKucha Presentations

(More detail here: http://wp.me/pTIwx-1Ca) PechaKucha is a specific style of presentation that originated in Japan that entails presentations of 20 slides, displayed for 20 seconds each, for a total presentation time of 6 minutes and forty seconds. Check out PechaKucha.org. They're the "keepers" of the format. You might also check out Ignite! which is a related style, but with 20 slides of 15 seconds each.

Your Ultimate Guide to Giving #PechaKucha Presentations

  1. Your ULTIMATE to giving guide PechaKucha presentations
  2. PechaKucha, usually pronounced in three syllables as “pe-chak-cha,” is the onomatopoeic Japanese word for the sound of conversation. The equivalent English term is “chit chat.” - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  3. a presentation style that originated in Japan
  4. spawning PechaKucha Nights where people gather to listen http://aqworks.com/en/blog/wp-content/uploads/2007/07/070809-pechakucha-05.jpg
  5. A presentation with RULES
  6. 20 slides x 20 seconds =
  7. for a total presentation time of… 6:40
  8. and all the slides are set to automatically advance
  9. this requires IMPECCABLE timing practice &
  10. It creates a sense of SUSPENSE
  11. the THRILL of VICTORY http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_i3GSjxmHy0I/TT3wIJ9wMrI/AAAAAAAAAGM/uFRnMEx7sEE/s1600/sasha+layback.jpg
  12. http://0.tqn.com/d/figureskating/1/0/l/J/-/-/emilyhughesfalls.jpg the AGONY of DEFEAT
  13. Yo u h a v e to be a BRAVE PRESENTER
  14. CHALLENG?Are you up to the E
  15. So what is the FORMULA for a good PechaKucha?
  16. Choose a topic you’re passionate about.
  17. Have something interesting and different to say.
  18. Keep yourthesissimple.
  19. Figure out the points you want to make. main
  20. Decide on an arc
  21. story. Tell a
  22. Outline your slides.
  23. Keep the slides simple & visual
  24. Add in cues.
  25. adjust your timing
  26. practicepractice practicepracticepractice practicepracticepractice practicepracticepractice practicepracticepractice
  27. RAM Have your talking points loaded into your brain’s
  28. Be prepared for it to DISPLAY DIFFERENTLY
  29. Adjust your CADENCE as necessary
  30. remember to BREATE BREATE BREATE BREATE
  31. use PRESENTER VIEW
  32. It’s okay to use NOTES
  33. Just keep GOING
  34. you got this. you’re AWESOME
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  37. Paul Gordon Brown @paulgordonbrown www.paulgordonbrown.com paulgordonbrown@gmail.com

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