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How to get good grades. And not bore people at the same time…. Caution. PowerPoint especially the new version has cool bells and whistles! Be careful they can take away from your presentation!. Bear in Mind. Content is important Becareful of flashy backgrounds

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How to get good grades

How to get good grades

And not bore people at the same time…


Caution

Caution

  • PowerPoint especially the new version has cool bells and whistles! Be careful they can take away from your presentation!


Bear in mind

Bear in Mind

  • Content is important

  • Becarefulof flashy backgrounds

  • What do you want people to know

  • What do you want people to see

  • Timing

  • Voice/Conversation

  • Requirements

  • Reading

  • Tools

  • ?


Content is important

Content is important

  • When you do a presentation the most important thing to keep in mind is what you want the people to know – remember that you have their attention for a short period of time and if you fill the slide with text and choose not to put only what is important you will loose your audience. Once you loose your audience you will not get them back…

  • (see what I mean?)


Flashy backgounds

Flashy Backgounds

  • Fun to look at

  • Can draw attention to main points

  • Can be distracting

  • Can even be painful

  • Watch the background/textcolour


What do you want people to know

What do you want people to know

  • Important information needs assistance to stick out

  • Get and keep attention on the key points

  • Use bold, colour, text features


What do you want people to see

What do you want people to see

  • Your perspective

  • Visuals should be connected

  • Do not overwhelm with visuals

  • Sell your ideas


Timing

Timing

  • You have their attention for about 10 minutes – more than that and they’re thinking about anything else

  • Over/Under

  • Time allotted


Voice conversation

Voice/Conversation

  • Monotone not wanted

  • Too expressive will not grab

  • Balance

  • Meaningful questioning

  • Thinking time/response

  • Not all answers all the time


Requirements

Requirements

  • Remember the purpose

  • Make sure all required content is there

  • Review targets/intent

  • indicators of mastery


Reading

Reading

  • DO NOT READ THE SCREEN AND CALL IT A PRESENTATION

  • Anyone can read the screen

  • You are there to present


Tools

Tools

  • Humour (Where appropriate)

  • Text Features

  • Connections and context

  • Visuals


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