Unit 10 Developing a Power Point Presentation

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Department of Human Services Developing effective  Developing effective  PowerPoint presentations PowerPoint presentations Shane Taylor Publishing Consultant
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Effective PowerPoint presentations Effective PowerPoint presentations Excited By Animations, sound and Clip art In PowerPoint? You Are ? ?
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What we’ll cover today What we’ll cover today Do you need PowerPoint? Outline Slide layout Fonts, colour and background Graphs Spelling and grammar Room set up
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Do you need PowerPoint? Do you need PowerPoint? then he said, “I can’t feel  my legs” and then I said,  “Stay with me Joe!” But it was  too late. He was gone.  It was the PowerPoint.
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Do you need PowerPoint? Do you need PowerPoint? Consider the type of presentation: Lecture Discussion Don’t make your presentation PowerPointless
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The outline The outline 1 st  or 2 nd  slide should have  an outline Follow outline for your  presentation Place main points on  outline slide
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Slide layout  Slide layout  Use point form, not complete sentences Maximum of six points per slide Avoid wordiness: key words only
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Slide layout Slide layout This page contains too many words for a  presentation slide. It is not written in point form,  making it difficult both for your audience to read and  for you to present each point. Although there are  exactly the same number of points on this slide as  the previous slide, it looks much more complicated.   In short, your audience will spend too much time  trying to read this paragraph instead of listening to  you.
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