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How to Create a Prezi
Transcript of How to Create a Prezi
Frames are like slides in PowerPoint, they will be where you insert your information, pictures, videos, documents, etc.
A sample of the available frames are below Working with the Frame Bubble WHEN A FRAME, DOCUMENT, POWERPOINT, IMAGE, MOVIE, ETC. it is automatically made into a frame (or slide); like Microsoft PowerPoint you can rearrange your frames later if you want by dragging them up and down in the "Edit Path" Area CHOOSING YOUR PATHS When clicked it will look like the image to the left
Choose a preset theme or you can customize your own theme by using the Theme Wizard
the Theme Wizard allows you to change the font, colors, highlighter colors, background image and much more Using the Theme Bubble Congratulations You Now Know the Basics
of Prezi Inserting a PowerPoint Start (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Inserting a Drawing Lets start with shapes:
1st click on shapes
2nd choose one shape you wish to use
3rd click on a spot in your work area to place the shape and drag out to size shape Step 1 UNDER THE SHAPES TAB YOU CAN ALSO WRITE AND HIGHLIGHT
1ST CLICK ON THE SHAPES TAB
THEN CLICK ON THE PENCIL TAB
FINALLY START TO WRITE WHERE YOU WANT BY HOLDING DOWN THE LEFT MOUSE BUTTON TO HIGHLIGHT CLICK ON THE HIGHLIGHT TAB HOLD DOWN YOUR LEFT MOUSE BUTTON AND HIGHLIGHT WHATEVER YOU WANT TO CHANGE COLORS OF SHAPES OR FRAMES USE THE THEME WIZARD UNDER THE THEME TAB ON THE BUBBLE MENU TO CHANGE COLORS OF TEXT USE THE TEXT COLOR TAB HERE Inserting an Image 1st choose Images
2nd you have two options, you can upload an image from your computer or browse google.com for an image 1st click on the PowerPoint (PPT) Tab
2nd upload a
3rd choose which slides you want to include in your prezi
Last choose the layout which you want them to be in Stage Fright – Scary words in and of themselves. Social scientists abondoned the term for “communication anxiety,” and then further modified the term for “communication apprehension.”
Whatever it is called, it is universally recognized:
Mouth goes dry
Stomach feels like a blender on high speed (a.k.a. butterflies)
And that is just when you are asked to speak!
-Malcolm Kushner _ Professional Speaker and Communications Consultant Stage Fright Fear of public speaking has negative effects on careers and influences success in life negatively when you do nothing about it.
3 out of 4 individuals suffer from speech anxiety: that’s 75% of the population
Up to 5% of the world population, yes, hundreds of millions aged between 18 and 54, experience this kind of social phobia in any given year.
Women and men are equally affected by public speaking.
More men than women seek treatment for cure of fear of public speaking. Some speakers have turned to beta-blockers or hypnosis therapy to find relief. Others prefer self-help materials.
Social phobias often start with shyness in childhood or early adolescence, and progresses during adolescence, according to scientific studies of fear or public speaking statistics. “I’m not afraid, I just like to keep a low profile.” “In other words, at a funeral, the average person would rather be in
the casket than giving the eulogy.” -Jerry Seinfeld Fear of Public Speaking (Glossophobia)
Fear of Death (Necrophobia)
Fear of Spider (Arachnophobia)
Fear of Darkness ( Achluophobia, Scotophobia or Myctophobia)
Fear of Heights (Acrophobia)
Fear of people or social situations (Sociophobia)
Fear of Flying (Aerophobia)
Fear of Open Spaces (Agoraphobia)
Fear of Thunder or Lightning (Brontophobia)
Fear of Confined Spaces (Claustrophobia) My Glossophobia beats your Brontophobia 1st find a video you want to add from youtube.com and copy its URL
2nd under the Insert Tab choose the YouTube tab
3rd copy its URL into the "Insert YouTube Video" dialogue box and click "Insert" inserting a
video 1st click on the Add Frames Tab and select "Layouts"
2nd choose a drawing
3rd Edit with information Last under the Insert Bubble is Inserting a File
1st choose the Media Tab
2nd choose a movie file, pdf file or other document you would like uploaded from your computer into your prezi and click insert BRACKET FRAME CIRCLE FRAME RECTANGLE FRAME HIDDEN FRAME any questions?