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Good Presentations for interview research

An adaptation from my Open Office presentation (PowerPoint presentation) of how to do good presentations
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Andrew Blyth

on 14 June 2016

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Transcript of Good Presentations for interview research

How to do "good" presentations
by andrew blyth
What are the features of a presentation that you have enjoyed?
Screenshot of Wikipedia
From Dilbert.com (22nd Feb 2010)
Death by PowerPoint
from the Brain Rules Book (on YouTube)
According to Garr Reynolds...
Storytelling
Use video
Use realia
Use pictures
take your own photos
Use pictorial graphs
Screenshot of TED.com video of Hans Rosling
1st. How does he get people's attention?
Microsofts Steve Ballmer, on YouTube
An example of a great intro' & storytelling
Hans Rosling presenting statistics
Examples
How?
Design
Engaging
Natural
M
M
ain
essage
story
(some) text
pictures
video
realia
interaction
Every story has a beginning, middle, and an end. Every story has a beginning, middle, and an end. Every story has a beginning, middle, and an end. Every story has a beginning, middle, and an end. Every story has a beginning, middle, and an end. Every story has a beginning, middle, and an end. Every story has a beginning, middle, and an end. Every story has a beginning, middle, and an end.
text
text
text
text
text
text
Design
Engaging
Natural
1st...
Plan on paper
Plan your props
Then...
Rehearse...
to a live audience...
Practice with friends
Downloaded from http://www.flickr.com/photos/library_of_congress/2179067948/
practice...
practice...
practice...
rehearse...
rehearse...
rehearse...
rehearse...
1. Paper
2. Story
3. Simplify
4. Plan your props
5. Rehearse
6. Review
7. Revise
8. Repeat 5 - 8
Recap:
Yourself
Charts (animated)
Creative Commons at:
Flickr.com
Wikipedia.org
Free pictures:
DIY
from TED.com
An interesting way to present numbers & data concepts
= "too much of a good thing is bad"
Add humour
CC, The Doctr at http://www.flickr.com/photos/mkmabus/3210513683/
add humour
add more humour
*Andrew Blyth's idea
*Andrew Blyth's idea
** This is not Andrew Blyth
Photo by Andrew Blyth
For interview research
Contents:
Conclusion
(What it means for society)
Results
Background
Introduction
(of your interviews, tell a story using quotes in one or two sentences
Introduce the problem or issue
Only factual information. Teach the audience only the most pertinent info.
http://www.ted.com/talks/kiran_bir_sethi_teaches_kids_to_take_charge.html
And use of some text
Aristotle
Make your 'storytelling' presentation seem...
Revise
Simplify
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