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Rachel McKenny, Dept. of English -- Spring 2013. Giving a Presentation with Visual Aids. Keep it simple Don’t overload your slides with words Six lines of less than six words each is a classic rule of thumb--- 6x6 rule Don’t overdo it on the animations Make labels and text easily read

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Rachel mckenny dept of english spring 2013

Rachel McKenny, Dept. of English -- Spring 2013

Giving a Presentation with Visual Aids


Designing a good powerpoint

  • Keep it simple

  • Don’t overload your slides with words

    • Six lines of less than six words each is a classic rule of thumb--- 6x6 rule

  • Don’t overdo it on the animations

  • Make labels and text easily read

    • Don’t mix it up

  • Use pictures large and clear enough to see

Designing a good PowerPoint

Summarized from The Art of Public Speaking by Stephen Lucas, 10thed



The characters in the simpsons

  • Homer is the dad. He’s not very smart and he works at the nuclear power plan.

  • Marge is the mom, and she has blue hair. She often has to take control of the situations on the show.

  • Bart is the mischeevious son in the family. He likes to play a lot of pranks.

    • Lisa is the sister who is brainy. She plays the saxophone.

  • Maggie is the baby one. She has a pacifier and doesn’t really talk yet.

The Characters in the Simpsons


Ways to fix

Fewer words nuclear power plan.

Work on color design

Add images

Spell check

Check to make sure bullet points are working

Other ideas?

Ways to fix


Ways to fix1

Larger map nuclear power plan.

Add title

Perhaps less detailed

Important areas highlighted

Others?

Ways to fix


A nuclear power plan.

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Ways to fix2

Allow each picture to be its own slide nuclear power plan.

Use hi-res pictures

Check font color

Use labels

Others?

Ways to fix


“Since the first film’s release, about 266,000 people have visited the half-ruined Hobbiton, according to Tourism New Zealand, with a majority from abroad. More than 50,000 people came in 2004 alone, when Lord of the Rings fever peaked following the release of the Oscar-winning third installment. In fact 6 percent of all New Zealand visitors that year, or about 150,000 people, listed the movies as a “main” reason for coming; 11,200 said it was their only reason.”- The Spec, 2012


Ways to fix3

No block of text have visited the half-ruined

Change color scheme

Others?

Ways to fix


Delivery tips with powerpoint

  • Practice with your visual aid have visited the half-ruined

  • Interact with your visual aid

    • Think “Vanna White” but less cheesy

    • Don’t speak toward visual aid

  • Don’t use your visual aid as a note card substitute

    • Consider looking at your laptop rather than the projection screen, to keep your energy focused outward

Delivery Tips with PowerPoint


Delivery tips with powerpoint1

  • You can use a clicker if you have one have visited the half-ruined

    • If not, spacebar also moves slides forward

  • Use blank slides to keep audience from focusing

    • Can hit “B” or “W” to get a blank slide at any point if didn’t put them in your presentation

Delivery Tips with Powerpoint


Let s practice

The following slides have random images on them. Practice interacting with and referring to the slides which follow, speaking for roughly 30-60 seconds.

You can describe the picture, talk about its content, give your opinion of the object, or

Let’s Practice!

fresh


cute interacting with and referring to the slides which follow, speaking for roughly 30-60 seconds.


sweet interacting with and referring to the slides which follow, speaking for roughly 30-60 seconds.


soft interacting with and referring to the slides which follow, speaking for roughly 30-60 seconds.


spiny interacting with and referring to the slides which follow, speaking for roughly 30-60 seconds.


dark interacting with and referring to the slides which follow, speaking for roughly 30-60 seconds.


hairy interacting with and referring to the slides which follow, speaking for roughly 30-60 seconds.


similar interacting with and referring to the slides which follow, speaking for roughly 30-60 seconds.


successful interacting with and referring to the slides which follow, speaking for roughly 30-60 seconds.


sticky interacting with and referring to the slides which follow, speaking for roughly 30-60 seconds.


awkward interacting with and referring to the slides which follow, speaking for roughly 30-60 seconds.


seasonal interacting with and referring to the slides which follow, speaking for roughly 30-60 seconds.


grumpy interacting with and referring to the slides which follow, speaking for roughly 30-60 seconds.


electrifying interacting with and referring to the slides which follow, speaking for roughly 30-60 seconds.


natural interacting with and referring to the slides which follow, speaking for roughly 30-60 seconds.


painful interacting with and referring to the slides which follow, speaking for roughly 30-60 seconds.


expensive interacting with and referring to the slides which follow, speaking for roughly 30-60 seconds.


hungry interacting with and referring to the slides which follow, speaking for roughly 30-60 seconds.


unreal interacting with and referring to the slides which follow, speaking for roughly 30-60 seconds.


energizing interacting with and referring to the slides which follow, speaking for roughly 30-60 seconds.


impressive interacting with and referring to the slides which follow, speaking for roughly 30-60 seconds.


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