On presenting your story

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Begin with a story to tell. Then follow these simple rules for sharing your research.

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  • Top five fears: public speaking!
  • Write out your entire script before putting slides together.Seems to be more work, but it will go faster if you organize first!Delegate work in your group.
  • Less is more.Be different!
  • Less is more.Be different!
  • Less is more.Be different!
  • Write out your entire script before putting slides together.
  • NOTES:The stained glass window was the epitome of Victorian romanticism. Stained Glass Gallery at the Great Exhibition of 1851.Combined the beauty of light and design and pattern that Victorians loved.
  • NOTES:The stained glass window was the epitome of Victorian romanticism. Stained Glass Gallery at the Great Exhibition of 1851.Combined the beauty of light and design and pattern that Victorians loved.
  • Text? Mimimalism!Use 2 copies of one image and crop the top one, fade the one in back.Use animation sparingly, only for effect.
  • Pay attention toEye contactPostureBody languageVoice & Tone
  • Pay attention toEye contactPostureBody languageVoice & Tone
  • Slide Design:Be consistent.Be simple.Be relevant!
  • Choose your design carefully. Be sure it fits your theme.
  • Consider the space available on each slide.
  • Don’t be afraid to have a plain background.
  • No BULLETS IF YOU JUST HAVE TO USE THEM, DON’T ANIMATE THEM!
  • No BULLETS IF YOU JUST HAVE TO USE THEM, DON’T ANIMATE THEM!
  • How big does text have to be?On a Smartboard, at minimum 24 pts. Consistency!
  • Music should be ambient and match tone.Use MP3s or WAVs. Save to the same folder.
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  • On presenting your story

    1. 1. Tell Mea Story<br />Presenting Like a Pro<br />
    2. 2. http://thebowditchgroup.com/speaking/<br />
    3. 3. Know your story BEFORE YOU OPEN POWERPOINT!<br />http://thebowditchgroup.com/speaking/<br />
    4. 4. Victorian Art<br />Typical slide<br /><ul><li>The stained glass window was the epitome of Victorian romanticism.
    5. 5. Stained Glass Gallery at the Great Exhibition of 1851.</li></li></ul><li>Victorian Art<br /><ul><li>The stained glass window was the epitome of Victorian romanticism.
    6. 6. Stained Glass Gallery at the Great Exhibition of 1851.1642-6 The Great Civil War
    7. 7. 1642 Charles I (Stuart; Anglican) captured. Queen Henrietta Maria and Charles, Prince of Wales, escape to France.
    8. 8. 1649 Charles I beheaded.
    9. 9. 1649-60 The Interregnum; Commonwealth established.
    10. 10. 1653 Oliver Cromwell (Puritan) becomes Lord Protector of the Commonwealth.</li></li></ul><li>Word?<br />
    11. 11. Vision Trumps All Other Senses<br />http://thebowditchgroup.com/speaking/<br />
    12. 12. Make the pictures big!<br />Stained Glass Gallery, Great Exhibition of 1851.<br />
    13. 13. Victorian Romanticism<br />Stained Glass Gallery, Great Exhibition of 1851.<br />
    14. 14. Few & large<br />
    15. 15.
    16. 16. Eyes Body Voice<br />
    17. 17. tips & tricks<br />slide designs<br />
    18. 18. Too modern?<br />
    19. 19. Too small<br />
    20. 20. Choose an appropriate design <br />
    21. 21. use animation sparingly . . . and only for a reason<br />
    22. 22. Video:<br />link or embed<br />Rules<br />
    23. 23. 54 points<br />colors<br />skewed<br />reflection<br />Impossible<br />shapes<br />
    24. 24. music<br />Partners in rhyme<br />Freeplaymusic<br />ccmixter<br />
    25. 25. Research + design + images + music = story!<br />

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