PowerPoint for LAR

PowerPoint for LAR - written report. In this case, your...

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About your PowerPoint Things you need to know. ..
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Two Basic Types of PowerPoint Presentations those that accompany or illustrate an oral presentation. those viewed on a personal computer.
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They have different requirements.
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A Powerpoint that goes with a presentation is most effective when the slides back up the speaker by presenting only the main points.
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When presenters put every word of the talk on the slides and then read to the audience, they (possibly unwittingly) have made a stand-alone Powerpoint presentation. This kind of presentation causes the audience to feel pain.
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The Powerpoint for this project should be a Powerpoint that your audience will watch on his/her own PC.
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Two Options The Powerpoint IS your report, and there is no text document to go with it The Powerpoint accompanies a detailed
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Unformatted text preview: written report. In this case, your Powerpoint accompanies a written report that you want your audience to read. Two Methods Use your PowerPoint to interest your audience in reading your report OR Use your PowerPoint to inspire your audience to refer to your report as he/she reads it Warnings! Your PowerPoint should NOT be a text dump You can -- and should -- use graphics where they will make your project more clear and more interesting. Slide transition is important for a stand-alone PowerPoint. It should be smooth, imperceptible and add clarity. Proofread! Your errors will be more apparent in a PowerPoint than in typed text. Remember: Most of the PowerPoint Lectures for this class are capable of being stand-alone PowerPoint presentations!...
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