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Title: Presentation Ideas for Global Studies and World Languages Academy housed at Tallwod High School in Viriginia Beach, VA.


1
Presentation Ideas for Global Studies and World
Languages Academy housed at Tallwod High School
in Viriginia Beach, VA.
Thanks for coming to my presentation. Today Im
going to be delivering a speech on presentations
and will highlight a number of great techniques
to use while employing PowerPoint. I will make
reference to different websites, so please take
note while you are preparing your presentations.
Also, to keep your mind in the game, I have
made at least three errors on each slide, some of
them obvious, some of them stylistic, but all of
them preventing you from giving a solid
presentation. Each set of errors will appear on
the bottom left corner when you click the next
function. This is animated to do this. My
presentation is specific to PowerPoint and does
not talk about content. As you go through the
presentation, please take note of all the
rules. Just a note that the information/suggest
ions in the powerpoint will not be inaccurate. I
am not trying to lead you astray. Thank you and
good luck. Lets begin.
  • Each slide has 3 errors in it. Can you find
    them?

Too busy title Spelling errors Breaking the 5/5
rule Block text not needed in presentation
2
Note on websites
  • Note Templates used in this presentation are
    from http//www.presentationmagazine.com/free-open
    -office-impress-templates-91.htm

Repetition of word from title Colour contrast
doesnt work Single entry rule broken Websites
given in middle of presentation, rather than as a
last slide
3
Note on Visuals
  • Placed on side
  • Not covering more than ¼ of page
  • Significant to the presentation
  • Offers something to talk about

Lack of consistent bulleting from previous
slides Lack of consistent colouring from previous
slides Word/picture overlap Picture/picture
overlap Title format different from previous
slide Wasted space
4
10, 20, 30 Rule
Guy Kawasaki is a venture capitalist. He listens
to hundreds of people trying to pitch potential
products to him. In this article Guy evangelises
a technique to keep all presentations to less
than 10 slides and no more than 20 minutes and a
font size of at least 30.
http//www.presentationmagazine.com/10-20-30-rule-
powerpoint.htm
Angles are annoying Info to be spoken rather than
written Placement of web address should be either
at bottom or as a last slide Web address should
be as one line rather than leaking over Web
address should be hyperlinked if it is being
electronically sent (i.e. not as a presentation)
5
Clip art sux
http//www.presentationmagazine.com/christmas-clip
-art-1265.htm
http//www.presentationmagazine.com/wedding-clip-a
rt-set-3-1225.htm
http//www.presentationmagazine.com/free_powerpoin
t_clip_art.htm
Creative spelling doesnt work, doesnt match
entire feel of presentation Misalignment of
pictures Misalignment of web addresses Multiple
web addresses lose message of slide Pictures with
additional words not related to the
presentation Nothing says third grade like clip
art
6
Animation basics
  • -Dont be annoying
  • -Stay consistent
  • -Consider the mood you are going for
  • -Dont add animation if you are going to click
    through them anyway through your presentation
  • -Stay in some sort of logical order

Annoying Lack of consistency Wrong mood Wrong
order
7
Obvious things to Avoid
  • Obvious cut and paste
  • E.g. William Shakespeare (baptised 26 April 1564
    died 23 April 1616)a was an English poet and
    playwright, widely regarded as the greatest
    writer in the English language and the world's
    pre-eminent dramatist.1 He is often called
    England's national poet and the "Bard of
    Avon".2b His surviving works, including some
    collaborations, consist of 38 plays,c 154
    sonnets, two long narrative poems, and several
    other poems. His plays have been translated into
    every major living language and are performed
    more often than those of any other playwright.3
  • Obvious Wikipedia or other questionable source
  • Obvious change in style
  • -E.g you use simple words in most of your
    text
  • Shakepeare was British and wrote plays.
  • then suddenly this
  • Sonnet 130 is the poet's pragmatic tribute to his
    uncomely mistress, commonly referred to as the
    dark lady because of her dun complexion. The dark
    lady, who ultimately betrays the poet, appears in
    sonnets 127 to 154. Sonnet 130 is clearly a
    parody of the conventional love sonnet, made
    popular by Petrarch , in particular, made
    popular in England by Sidney's use of the
    Petrarchan form in his epic poem Astrophel
    Stella.
  • If you compare the stanzas of Astrophel and
    Stella to Sonnet 130, you will see exactly what
    elements of the conventional love sonnet
    Shakespeare is light-heartedly mocking. In Sonnet
    130, there is no use of grandiose metaphor or
    allusion he does not compare his love to Venus,
    there is no evocation to Morpheus, etc. The
    ordinary beauty and humanity of his lover are
    important to Shakespeare in this sonnet, and he
    deliberately uses typical love poetry metaphors
    against themselves.

Crowded, could be three slides instead of just
one Bullets unaligned and inconsistent E.g.
should be e.g. Examples are good, but dont need
to be so long to get point across Use of the word
obvious not needed because it is in the title
8
Your job
  • 1. Fix this powerpoint so that the rules are not
    broken. Delete what is not needed. Add what is
    missing.
  • 2. Submit to sharepoint (on your sharepoint,
    pleaseno need for it to be in my INBOX)
  • 3. Come up with a shortlist of Rules to Follow
  • 4. Read or study some of the websites listed in
    slide 11, especially the ones concerning good
    presentation skills.

As in all slides, 10/20/30 rule broken Second
person is used in slide title Number 11 leaks
over causing confusion (i.e. no numbers from the
text in alignment with numbers that are used
for enumeration)
9
Note on websites
  • Note Templates used in this presentation are
    from http//www.presentationmagazine.com/free-open
    -office-impress-templates-91.htm

Repeated slide not edited out
10
General Notes
  • Roadsign
  • Repeat structure for audiences sake
  • This may feel more than you are comfortable with
  • Have a driving thesis
  • Repeat throughout
  • State what you are set out to prove from the
    onset
  • Or if not, make sure its a clever set up
  • Examples are to serve your purpose
  • So, decide on your purpose

Wrong placement of this slide Single Bullet
error Use of conversational word choice (e.g.
so and or) should be reserved for oral
presentation not the visual powerpoint.
11
Note on websitesHere are some alternativesBe
aware download at own riskIf you are using free
trial, be aware of terms and conditionsStudy the
expertsAnalyze the professional difference
  • http//www.clearlypresented.com/examples_web.php
  • http//www.clearlypresented.com/samples.htm
  • http//www.presentationmagazine.com/
  • http//www.colorschemer.com/online.html
  • http//www.presentationpro.com/default.aspx
  • http//www.crystalgraphics.com/presentations/chart
    s.main.asp?aidpresentationhelperpaff8
  • http//blog.modernmechanix.com/2006/07/29/how-to-m
    ake-incredible-pictures/
  • http//www.presentationmagazine.com/apple-launches
    -iwork-8-with-keynote-update-132.htm
  • http//www.techsmith.com/camtasia.asp?gclidCIb5no
    qR-J8CFSFy5QodPBzvEA
  • http//www.dryfork.com/
  • http//www.authorgen.com/authorpoint/index.htm
    or http//www.authorgen.com/
  • http//www.photodex.com/downloads/products/proshow
    /producer
  • http//www.wildform.com/demos/
  • http//www.sameshow.com/demo-creator.html
  • http//www.slide-effect.com/
  • http//latex-beamer.sourceforge.net/

Too much new info in works cited Repeated title
separated from first slide of same
title Subtitles of what each website concerns
would come in really handy, rather than one solid
list
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