Presentation Workshop2

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SOM 301 Presentation Workshop 2 PowerPoint advice Addressing your audience
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Planning a  PowerPoint Presentation Content: What gets included?  General outline of ideas to serve as guide Most important points you want audience to remember Interesting data/graphs/charts What gets left out? Word for word information on slides Data/graphs/charts with intricate details Any and all grammar mistakes Complicated animation effects
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Planning a  PowerPoint Presentation Delivery Do's: Rehearse with slides: Decide who advances  Plan where to stand in relation to screen Plan for slides to be up for at least one minute Test equipment if presenting live Delivery Don'ts: Read from the slides
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Unformatted text preview: Make slides more important/interesting than what Presenting to Different Audiences Small audience: Talk, don't recite Make eye contact with all participants (very small group) or all sections of the room (slightly larger) Encourage dialogue, questions, and responses Presenting to Different Audiences (2) Medium to large audiences: Talk, don't recite Look around room in stages More difficult to hold attention/more possible distractions Consider the use of audience participation and/or breaks Avoid looking at members whose behavior is inappropriate and/or distracting (texting, sleeping, visibly unhappy)...
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This note was uploaded on 02/03/2011 for the course SOM 301 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at George Mason.

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