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  1. Effective Presentations Common Sense Rules for Delivering Your Message

  2. Introduction • What makes a presentation effective? • A logical progression. • Addressing your audience. • Preparing for the proper delivery method. • Following general design guidelines. • Playing your role as narrator and host.

  3. Logical Progression • An effective presentation has a logical progression: • Introduction in which you tell your audience what you are going to present. • Body in which you present the information. • Summary in which you tell your audience what you presented.

  4. Know Your Audience • Appropriate age level. • Appropriate education level. • Appropriate length.

  5. Delivery Method

  6. General Design Guidelines • Apply a consistent theme to all slides. • Limit bullet points to no more than five per slide. • Limit the number of fonts to two per slide. • Use contrasting color when necessary to make text stand out. • For example, use a dark background color such as dark green or blue and a light contrasting text color, such as yellow. • Avoid the use of pastels, which can be hard to read.

  7. General Design Guidelines (continued) • Make sure text is large enough so that even someone at the back of the room can read it. • No smaller than 18 points • No larger than 48 points • Use graphics such as tables, charts and pictures to convey key points. • Make sure graphics are sized appropriately for the slide.

  8. General Design Guidelines (continued) • Be consistent! • Use consistent transitions, sounds, and animations. • Elements should enhance the presentation; not distract from the content!

  9. Your Role is Key • Dress appropriately. • Speak loud and clear. • Make eye contact with your audience. • Use props and tools correctly.

  10. Conclusion • What makes a presentation effective? • A logical progression. • Addressing your audience. • Preparing for the proper delivery method. • Following general design guidelines. • Playing your role as narrator and host.

  11. Works Cited • “Tips for an Effective Presentation,” by D. R. Smith & S. A. Morton 1/27/2003. http:/wwweng.uwyo.edu/classes/meref/Presentation_tips.pdf