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Module 8. Presenting your paper with PowerPoint:. Why write with PowerPoint?. To supplement an oral presentation To incorporate visual and audio media into a presentation To disseminate information to a larger group. Power Point Presentation. Before You Start. Audience

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    1. Module 8 Presenting your paper with PowerPoint:

    2. Why write with PowerPoint? • To supplement an oral presentation • To incorporate visual and audio mediainto a presentation • To disseminate information to a larger group

    3. Power Point Presentation

    4. Before You Start • Audience • Who is your audience? What is your relationship with them? • Purpose • Are you informing? Arguing? • Occasion • Is this a professional presentation? Are you at a conference, at a meeting, in a classroom? • Ethos • How do you want the audience to perceive you? Are you representing a business or organization?

    5. Your Canvas Save & PrintOptions DesignOptions ViewOptions Text & ContentOptions

    6. View Options • Normal View • Add and develop text and content • Manipulate individual slides • Slide Sorter View • View and change organization • Move and hide slides • Slide Show View • View overall development • Give completed presentation

    7. A Closer Look at Normal View • Create new slides • Add and edit text and content • Compose facilitator notes

    8. Custom Design Considerations • Simplicity • Moderate color palette • Clear, unadorned fonts • Consistency • Color and background graphics • Font style and sizes

    9. Choosing a Design Template • Avoid templates with themes that don’t fit your information • If your content includes images, avoid templates with large background graphics • Streamlined templates with minimal background graphics present a professional image

    10. Text & Content • Text • Facilitates presentation • Reinforces key terms and concepts • Images • Complement presentation • Illustrate or highlight main points • Tables and Graphs • Support presentation • Present information in a visually appealing way

    11. Text Considerations • Keep text to a minimum • Use “white space” to set off blocks of text • Make phrase structure consistent within bulleted lists

    12. Content Considerations • Keep content to a minimum • Use white space to set off visual content from text • Choose appropriate images

    13. Animation • Allows presenter to control the appearance of text and content • Provides transitions between slides • Draws audience’s attention to the object being animated • Distracting when used to excess

    14. Save Options • Disable Fast Saves • Keeps file size manageable To get to this dialog box: Tools  Options  Save

    15. Print Options • Slides • Prints each slide on a separate page • Handouts • Prints a specified number of slides on each page • Notes Pages • Prints facilitator notes along with slides • Outline View • Prints the text of each slide

    16. Reminders • Consider your context • Audience • Purpose • Occasion • Ethos • Communicate Effectively • Simple designs • Concise text • Relevant content