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Click to edit Master subtitle style   4/24/10 Creating Presentation Content Kenneth O’Malley
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  4/24/10 Define the Audience Who is the audience? What are their needs? What are their expectations? How much do they already know? How can you help them understand message?
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  4/24/10 Develop the Content Identify purpose Research topic Brainstorm Create storyboard Title slide Introduction Key points Conclusion
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  4/24/10 Edit the Content Make text concise
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Unformatted text preview: • Utilize strong active verbs • Eliminate excess adverbs and adjectives • Use few prepositions Simplify the Content • Use one main concept per slide • Use the 7 x 7 guideline ▫ Limit slide to seven or fewer lines ▫ Limit lines to seven or fewer words Click to edit Master subtitle style The key to an effective presentation is planning ahead!...
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