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A Good Presentation
Transcript of A Good Presentation
Preparation think and ask yourself Purpose? Duration? Expectations? Know about your audiences. Who? Why? Where? When? Contents Start with a solid content. Do not cramp too much information. Put related, not irrelevant facts. Make it simple
as possible. Outlining
content. Key points. Ideas. Assemble outline and structure. Ideas and thinking should
be clear to audience. Practice
presentation. Tell personal stories to
support your point. Make it memorable
and relevant. BE
CONFIDENT! Know your materials and practice, practice practice. 2.
Delivery Use remote control. Make a first impression. Keep it short. Connect with
the audience. Show your passion and enthusiasm. Press the "B" key and all the attention will be on you. Make eye contacts with the audience. Keep the lights on. Accept questions and comments. (optional) 3.
Design Keep it simple. Limit bullet points & text. Limit animation. Use high quality graphics. Unique. Use correct color and font. Put videos or audios. Source:
"Garr Reynolds/Presentations." Garr Reynolds/Presentations. N.p., n.d. Web. 12 Oct. 2012. <http://www.garrreynolds.com/Presentation/index.html>.
TEDtalksDirector. "Gabriel Barcia-Colombo: Capturing Memories in Video Art." YouTube. YouTube, 03 Oct. 2012. Web. 12 Oct. 2012. <http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i63jTStjZSQ>. Hope it helps!:) Sorry if it's bad. :( An Example of a good one: By: Shannia