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CRAFTING PRESENTATIONS

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Chad Anderson

on 15 June 2014

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"VIEWING A PROFESSIONAL MENTOR TEXT"
Students also benefit by leaning how to creatively deliver their ideas. Lets call it the "DO's and Don't's" when creating an effective presentation.
CRAFTING PRESENTATIONS
By viewing mentor text, educators are able to enhance their lessons to effectively teach engaging content and cognitive skills to their students.
"?'s TO CONSIDER"
about enhancing the meaning of your presentation!!!
What is the purpose of the presentation?


Is there a purpose to any particular slide?


Does the organization of the presentation foster audience understanding?


Does the presentation meet the overall goal or intentions?


Is it enhancing meaning?
"CURRICULAR CONNECTIONS"
Narrative Writing

Informational Writing

Argumentative writing


students may use slide presentations to present counter arguments (tip: show different sides with contrasting colors)


"A presentation assigned by the teacher usually leaves little room for creativity."

We want to give our students the guidance "WE FEEL" they need. When actually "WE" are putting constraints on them with rubrics that regulate and confine their individuality.
Stray away from “Power pointless” presentations!

Stickiness!

10 tips for designing presentations that don’t suck

Don't copy and paste
Regurgitation of information is BORING
Market your product
M.A.P. (mode, media, purpose, situation)
Keep it simple
Introduce the unexpected
Make it concrete
Check credibility
Appeal to emotions
Tell a story
No built in themes
Quality photos
Solid colors
Typography
Check readability
Simple
Avoid bullet points (ooops)
Clear focal points
Captivating cover
Make 'em laugh
Effective Elements
Simple Colors
EMPHASIS
on words
Color

Contrast
Smooth Transitions
Storytelling can be effective and powerful. Images will captivate your audience and can add meaning to your story.

consider using one or two words on a screen for emphasis


The Digital Writing Process
Prewriting and drafting presentations
Start with a blank sheet of paper and a pencil
skip the template, create your own which focuses on colors and fonts
no more than six bullet points per slide
no animation in serious business presentations
Revising and editing presentations
always use "stickiness"
When editing speech, edit for visual appeal as well
Publishing and assessing presentations
No more than one page handouts
Assess the form and function
emphasize points by using different
fonts
/
colors
integrate appropriate mulitimedia and visual displays
clarify information by panning, zooming, and highlighting
strengthen claims by providing a variety of evidence
add interest by periodically using transitions, a black screen, or alternative background
Reminders!!!

slides the audience will see
notes only you will use
handouts to take away (can be a QR code)
Resources

http://digitalwritingworkshop.wikispaces.com/Crafting_Digital_Writing



This site will help you create rubrics if you’re assessing a student’s presentation or story:
http://digitales.us/evaluating-projects/scoring-guides


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