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Power Point Presentation Skills

Power Point Presentation Skills

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CERTAIN SKILLS REQUIRED FOR MAKING POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS
CERTAIN SKILLS REQUIRED FOR MAKING POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS

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USING POWERPOINT FOR PRESENTATIONS

August 3, 2009

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GUIDELINES
BIG SIMPLE

PROGRESSIVE

CLEAR

CONSISTENT

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MAKE IT

BIG
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MAKE IT BIG(TEXT)
• This is Arial 12

This is Arial 18

TOO SMALL

• This is Arial 24

• This is Arial 32

• This is Arial 36

• This is Arial 44

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MAKE IT BIG (HOW TO ESTIMATE)
• Look at it from 2 metres away
2M

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KEEP IT SIMPLE

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KEEP IT SIMPLE (TEXT)
• Too many colours • Too many Fonts and Styles • HEADINGS SHOULD BE BOLD CAPITAL AND UNDERLINED • THE 7X7 RULE
– No more than 7 lines per slide – No more than 7 words per line
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KEEP IT SIMPLE (TEXT)
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KEEP IT SIMPLE (TEXT)
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AS PER ECONOMIC TIMES
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Series1 Series2

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KEEP IT SIMPLE(PICTURE)
• Art work may distract your audience
• Artistry does not substitute for content

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KEEP IT SIMPLE (SOUND)
• Sound effects may distract too
– Use sound only when necessary

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KEEP IT SIMPLE(TRANSITION)
• This transition is annoying, not enhancing • Appear and Disappear are better

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KEEP IT SIMPLE(ANIMATION)
IN CT 2M RA ST DI ! G

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KEEP IT SIMPLE(ANIMATION)
HE T P I O T N

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LE P IM S
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MAKE IT CLEAR

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MAKE IT CLEAR(CAPITALISATION) • Slides with ‘ALL CAPITAL LETTERS’ are a little difficult to read • Sentence case slides are easier to read

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MAKE IT CLEAR(FONTS)
• Some fonts are difficult to read on screen • ARIAL,VERDANA & SANSERIF fonts are clearer • Italics are difficult to read on screen
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MAKE IT CLEAR(FONTS)
• Normal or Bold fonts are clearer • Underlines may signify hyperlinks • Instead use colours to emphasise

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MAKE IT CLEAR(NUMBERS)
• Use numbers only for lists with sequence For example How to put an elephant into the fridge? 1. Open the door of the fridge 2. Put the elephant in 3. Close the door

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MAKE IT CLEAR (NUMBERS)
• How to put a giraffe into the fridge? 1. Open the door of the fridge 2. Take out the elephant 3. Put the giraffe in 4. Close the door

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MAKE IT CLEAR(BULLETS)
• Use bullets to show a list without
– Priority – Sequence – Hierarchy

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MAKE IT CLEAR(COLOURS)
Use contrasting colours Light on dark vs dark on light Use complimentary colours Recommended
Yellow/White letters over Blue background

White letters over black background August 3, 2009

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MAKE IT CLEAR(SIZE)
• Size implies importance

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MAKE IT CLEAR(SIZE)

• Size implies importance
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MAKE IT CLEAR(SIZE)
• Size implies importance

Note.Always download larger pixel size images and not the thumbnails and when using a picture or video downloaded from the internet go from max pixel resolution
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BE PROGRESSIVE

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TYPES OF INSTRUCTIONAL TOOLS Discovering ! Learning O INDIVIDUAL SOCIAL G E CONSTRUCTIVE CONSTRUCTIVE N O TOOLS TOOLS IN Y INDIVIDUAL AN SOCIAL M COMMUNICATIVE INSTRUCTIVE O TOOLS O TOOLS T
Direct Instruction INDIVIDUAL
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Mode of instruction

PAIR Complexity of Interactions

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TYPES OF INSTRUCTIONAL TOOLS Discovering
Learning Mode of instruction Direct Instruction
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Individual Constructive Tools Individual AN Instructive IVE Tools ESS

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Social Communicative Tools

INDIVIDUAL

PAIR Complexity of Interactions

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BE CONSISTENT

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BE CONSISTENT
• Differences draw attention • Differences may imply importance • Use surprises to attract not distract

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BE CONSISTENT
Differences draw attention o Differences may imply importance

Use surprises to attract not distract
These differences distract!
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BE CONSISTENT
• Differences draw attention • Differences may imply importance • Use surprises to attract not distract

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BE CONSISTENT
• Differences draw attention • Differences may imply importance • Use surprises to attract not distract

Confusing Differences!
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BE CONSISTENT
• Differences draw attention • Differences may imply importance • Use surprises to attract not distract

This surprise attracts
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IN SUMMARY
• • • • • BIG SIMPLE CLEAR PROGRESSIVE CONSISTENT

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PLEASE REMEMBER!!!!!
• COMMUNICATION IS THE KEY • TEXT TO SUPPORT THE COMMUNICATION • PICTURES TO SIMPLIFY COMPLEX CONCEPTS
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PLEASE REMEMBER!!!!
• ANIMATIONS FOR COMPLEX RELATIONSHIPS • VISUALS TO SUPPORT, NOT TO DISTRACT • SOUNDS ONLY WHEN ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY
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