How to make an effective presentation

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  • Designing EffectivePowerPoint Presentations

  • AGENDA

    1Big

    2Progressive

    4Clear

    7Summary

    3Simple

    6Final Words

    5Consistent

  • Make It Big

  • Make it Big (TEXT)

    This is Arial 12

    This is Arial 18

    This is Arial 24

    This is Arial 32

    This is Arial 36

    This is Arial 44

  • Make it Big (TEXT)

    This is Arial 12

    This is Arial 18

    This is Arial 24

    This is Arial 32

    This is Arial 36

    This is Arial 44

    Too Small

  • Make it Big (How to Estimate)

    2 m

    Look at it from 2 metres away

  • Keep It Simple

  • SIMPLEKeep it

    (Text)

    Too many colours

    Too Many Fonts and Styles

    The 6 x 7 rule

    No more than 6 lines per slide

    No more than 7 words per line

  • SIMPLEKeep it

    (Text)

    Instructional Technology:A complex integrated process involving people, procedures, ideas, devices, and organization, for analyzing problems and devising, implementing, evaluating, and managing solutions to those problems in situations in which learning is purposive and controlled(HMRS 5th ed.)

  • SIMPLEKeep it

    (Text)

    A process

    involving people, procedures & tools

    for solutions

    to problems in learning

    (HMRS 5th ed.)

    Instructional Technology:

  • LEAVESFailing

    Observesd

  • LEAVESFailing

    Observesd

  • LEAVESFailing

    0

    5

    10

    15

    20

    25

    30

    35

    40

    45

    50

    January February March April May June July August September October November December

    Goa

    Mumbai

    Delhi

  • LEAVESFailing

    0

    10

    20

    30

    40

    50

    January March May July September November

    GoaMumbaiDelhi

  • SIMPLEKeep it

    Art work may distract your audience

    Artistry does not substitute for content

  • SIMPLEKeep it

    Sound effects may distract too

    Use sound only when necessary

    (Sound)

  • SIMPLEKeep it

    This transition is annoying not enchanting

    Appear and disappear are better

    (Transition)

  • SIMPLEKeep it

    (Animation)

    2 m

    Simple & to the point

  • Make It Clear

  • All Capital Letters are Difficult to Read

    Make it Clear

    Upper and Lower Case Letters are easier

  • Make it Clear (Fonts)

    Sanserif Z Serif Zclear busy

  • Make it Clear (Fonts)

    Serif Fonts are Difficult to Read on Screen

    Italics are Difficult to read on screen

    Normal or bold fonts are clearer

    Underline may signify hyperlink

    Instead, use colours to emphasize

  • Make it Clear (Numbers)

    1. Open the door of fridge

    3. Close the door

    2. Put the door of fridgeHow to put an elephant into a fridge

    Use numbers for list with sequence For example:

  • Make it Clear (Numbers)

    1. Open the door of the fridge

    4. Close the door

    3. Put the giraffe in

    How to put a giraffe into a fridge

    2. Take out the elephant

  • Make it Clear (Bullets)

    Use bullets to show a list without

    Priority

    Sequence

    Hierarchy

  • Make it Clear (Colors)

    Use contrasting colors

    Light on dark vs dark on light

    Use complementary colors

  • Make it Clear (Contrast)

    Use Complementary Colors

    Use contrasting colors

    Light on dark vs dark on light

    low contrast

    high contrast

  • Make it Clear (Contrast)

    Use Complementary Colors

    Use contrasting colors

    Light on dark vs dark on light

    This is light on dark

  • Make it Clear (Contrast)

    Use Complementary Colors

    Use contrasting colors

    Light on dark vs dark on light

    This is light dark

  • Make it Clear (Contrast)

    Use Complementary Colors

    Use contrasting colors

    Light on dark vs dark on light

    These colors do not complement

  • Make it Clear (Contrast)

    Use Complementary Colors

    Use contrasting colors

    Light on dark vs dark on light

    These colors complement

  • Make it Clear (Size)

    Size implies importance

  • Make it Clear (Size)

    Size implies importance

  • Make it Clear (Focal Points)

    Focal points direct attention

  • Make it Clear (Focal Points)

    Focal points direct attention

  • Be Progressive

  • Complexity of Interactions

    Mo

    de

    of In

    str

    uc

    tion

    Individual Pair Group

    DirectInstruction

    GuidedInquiry

    DiscoveryLearning

    Individual

    Instructive

    Tools

    Individual

    Constructive

    Tools

    Social

    Constructive

    Tools

    Social

    Communicative

    Tools

    Informational Tools

    Types of Instructional Tools

    Too many in one go!

  • Complexity of Interactions

    Mo

    de

    of In

    str

    uc

    tion

    Individual Pair Group

    DirectInstruction

    GuidedInquiry

    DiscoveryLearning

    Individual

    Instructive

    Tools

    Individual

    Constructive

    Tools

    Social

    Constructive

    Tools

    Social

    Communicative

    Tools

    Informational Tools

    Types of Instructional Tools

    Progressive &

    thus focused

  • Understanding Technology

    Floppy disk

    User interface

    CPU

    I/O Error

    Backup system

    Software

    Mouse

    Debugger

    Function key

    Main Storage

    Too many &

    not focused

  • Understanding Technology

    Floppy disk

    User interface

    CPU

    I/O Error

    Backup system

    Software

    Mouse

    Debugger

    Function key

    Main Storage

    Progressive &

    thus focused

  • Be Consistent

  • Differences draw attention

    Difference may imply importance

    Uses surprise to attract not distract

    Be Consistent

  • Differences draw attention

    Difference may imply importance

    Uses surprise to attract not distract

    Be Consistent

    This tick draws attention

  • Differences draw attention

    Difference may imply importance

    o Uses surprise to attract not distract

    Be Consistent

    These differences distract!

  • Differences draw attention

    Difference may imply importance

    Uses surprise to attract not distract

    Be Consistent

    This implies importance

  • Differences draw attention

    Difference may imply importance

    Uses surprise to attract not distract

    Be Consistent

    Confusing differences!

  • Differences draw attention

    Difference may imply importance

    Uses surprise to attract not distract

    Be Consistent

    This surprise attracts

  • Differences draw attention

    Difference may imply importance

    Uses surprise to attract not distract

    Be Consistent

    These distract!

  • In SummaryBig

    Simple

    Clear

    Progressive

    Consistent

  • Some Final

    Words

  • WHEN

    Creating Text to support the communication

    Pictures to simplify complex concepts

    Animations for complex relationship

    Visuals to support, not to distract

    Sounds only when absolutely necessary

    Think about the people in the back of the room when creating slides

  • WHEN

    Presenting

    Speak loudly and clearly with fluctuation

    Direct your words to all aspects of the room

    Maintain eye contact with your audience

    Ask questions of your audience (if applicable)

    Dont read the slides word-for-word, use them for reference

  • Closing

    Remarks

    Practice your presentation before a neutral audience

    Ask for feedback

    Be particular about the time allotted for presentation

    Leave time for questions

  • Thank You !

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