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  • Preparing Effective PowerPoint Presentations
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  • Why PowerPoint Presentations ?
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  • Why PPP? People may better understand what you are trying to tell them, Later they can reach the content and rethink You can reach more people The audience may get less bored You may better get the audiences interest N
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  • Outline Why PowerPoint Presentation? Planning Presentation Components of a Presentation Content Design Text Visuals General Guidelines
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  • Why PowerPoint Presentation? It is easy to prepare a PowerPoint Presentation and PowerPoint provides lots of features to enrich the presentation. For example pictures, animations, sounds and slide transitions can be added. A PowerPoint presentation presents the content you are trying to present for you. Therefore your load is reduced.
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  • How do you feel? What is your first impression about this presentation?
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  • Outline Why PowerPoint Presentation? Planning Presentation Preparing Presentation Components of a Presentation Content Design Text Visuals General Guidelines
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  • Why PowerPoint Presentation? Easy to prepare Allow various types of audiovisuals Alternative way to convey information Strengthen the presentation Help audience to follow the presenter Simplify the recall of key points
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  • Planning Presentation Study the content Decide the goal Know the audience
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  • Preparing Presentation Impressive beginning Satisfying content To the point closure
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  • Content Include essential information Keep it simple Keep 6x6 rule in mind: 6 words per line 6 lines per slide Check the spelling and grammar
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  • Design Use design templates for consistency Be creative Leave empty space on each slide
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  • It's how we spend our time here and now, that really matters. If you are fed up with the way you have come to interact with time, change it. Marcia Wieder
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  • Colors Use a theme with a set of colors Limit the number of different colors in a slide Check how projected colors are seen
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  • Fonts Prefer Sans-Serif fonts: Arial Verdana Difficult to read Serif and fancy fonts: Times New Roman Palatino Bradley Hand ITC
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  • Fonts Stick to one font stylesFor emphasis use colors and font styles Avoid using italic: hard to read Try not to use underline: seems like hyperlink DONT USE ALL CAPS
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  • Font Size Font size: 18 Font size: 20 Font size: 24 Font size: 28 Font size: 32 Font size: 36 Font size: 40 Font size: 44
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  • Font Color Red text White textYellow text Green textPink text Maroon text Use contrasting colors Dark color on light background Light color on dark background
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  • Font Color Light color on dark background
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  • Font Color Dark color on light background
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  • Visual Components Use quality pictures, clipart and cartoons Prefer content related visuals Try to use same style visuals Limit the number of visuals per slide Try to simplify charts Check the projected appearance
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  • Graph Usage
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  • Animations and Sound Effects Avoid sound effect if not essential If essential wait until it stops to speak Limit transitions and animations
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  • Outline Why PowerPoint Presentation? Planning Presentation Components of a Presentation Content Design Text Visuals General Guidelines Three different fonts Unrelated and inconsistent images Serif font Italic style
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  • Why PowerPoint Presentation? It is easy to prepare a PowerPoint Presentation and PowerPoint provides lots of features to enrich the presentation. For example pictures, animations, sounds and slide transitions can be added. A PowerPoint presentation presents the content. Therefore your load is reduced. 5 different colorsLong sentences Small font size
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  • Alternate Method No template Maximum of 6 words per slide Loaded with image Little or no animations Rely on presenter
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  • What are YOU Doing to OURWorld?
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  • General Guidelines Dont read the presentation Use a wireless mouse if possible Dont turn your back on the audience Limit the number of slides Spare minimum one minute for each slide Practice your presentation beforehand
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  • References Etkili bir sunu oluturmak ve sunmak iin ipular - PowerPoint - Microsoft Office Online: http://office.microsoft.com/tr- tr/powerpoint/HA102078641055.aspx 10 Font Tips for Presenters - Using Fonts in PowerPoint - PowerPoint Font Tips: http://presentationsoft.about.com/od/powerpointtipsandfaqs/tp/ 080119powerpoint_font_tips.htm?once=true& http://presentationsoft.about.com/od/powerpointtipsandfaqs/tp/ 080119powerpoint_font_tips.htm?once=true& Presentation Tip: The Seven Deadly Sins of PowerPoint Presentations: http://entrepreneurs.about.com/cs/marketing/a/7sinsofppt.htm http://entrepreneurs.about.com/cs/marketing/a/7sinsofppt.htm Creating An Effective PowerPoint Presentation: http://homepages.csp.edu/saylor/Documents/CREATING_AN_EFFE CTIV.doc http://homepages.csp.edu/saylor/Documents/CREATING_AN_EFFE CTIV.doc
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  • References Tips for Effective PowerPoint Presentations: http://www.cheney268.com/training/PowerPoint/PowerPointTips. htm http://www.cheney268.com/training/PowerPoint/PowerPointTips. htm Creating an Effective PowerPoint: http://mason.gmu.edu/~montecin/powerpoint.html http://mason.gmu.edu/~montecin/powerpoint.html Tips for Making Effective PowerPoint Presentations: http://kinesiology.boisestate.edu/kines442/tips_for_making_effect ive_powerp.htm http://kinesiology.boisestate.edu/kines442/tips_for_making_effect ive_powerp.htm Designing Effective PowerPoint Presentations: http://revitalise.ncsa.uiuc.edu/workshops/sess6/resources/Effectiv e_presentation.ppt http://revitalise.ncsa.uiuc.edu/workshops/sess6/resources/Effectiv e_presentation.ppt Designing an Effective PowerPoint Presentation: http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/686/01/ http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/686/01/ watersecretsblog.com
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  • Thank you for your attention and time. Any Questions?
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  • PAULO COELHO SMYACI

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