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  1. How to Create an Effective PowerPoint Presentation Keeping it simple

  2. The Basics • Start with the “Slide Master” tab to give your presentation a uniform format • Keep it clean and simple, but a personalized format can be interesting and memorable

  3. Format • If you didn’t choose a standard font, don’t forget to EMBED the font when you save

  4. Format • Avoid the following: • yellow on white • red on green • Hard to read fonts Bigger is Better! Use a minimum font size 24

  5. Animation • Some animation tools are ANNOYING • We don not want to spend a lot of time waaaaaaaaaaiiiiiiiittttttttiiiiiiiiinnnnnngggggg for text or images to appear

  6. Results

  7. Results What is 3 + 2?

  8. Did you See it? 5 Porshe crash

  9. Try Again What is 3 + 2?

  10. Animations • Only use animations when it… ADDS TO THE PRESENTATION! Or use it for: • Emphasis • Processes: Additions Ouuuu….. ahhhhhhhhhh

  11. Images • Glaciers form along mountain valleys • They can be more than a kilometer thick which makes them very heavy • Due to their immense weight, they slowly drift down the valley with gravity • As they drift lower, they melt along their front edge • The location of this front edge is kept in equilibrium as long as the climate remains constant • Climate change has caused glaciers to retreat suggesting that we are currently experiencing a world-wide warming trend

  12. Images Valley

  13. Images Glacial Retreat

  14. Images Glacial Advance

  15. Images

  16. Images 1850 2010 81 years 9 years

  17. Old Rules apply • Don’t forget… all of the old rules about making presentations still apply! • NO SCRIPTS!!!!(Never read directly from your slides either)

  18. Old Rules apply • Don’t forget… all of the old rules about making presentations still apply! • Eye Contact

  19. Old Rules apply • Don’t forget… all of the old rules about making presentations still apply! • Clear, loud voice

  20. Old Rules apply • Don’t forget… all of the old rules about making presentations still apply! • Have fun and show enthusiasm • If you are not interested, why would they be? • Body language is key

  21. Old Rules apply • Don’t forget… all of the old rules about making presentations still apply! • Pace yourself • Use gaps, pauses and questions to chunk information and time

  22. Old Rules apply • Don’t forget… all of the old rules about making presentations still apply! • Practice • Try practicing in front of an audience to boost your confidence

  23. Great presentation

  24. Not so great Presentation

  25. Examples • Evaluate the following examples of slides about apple juice

  26. Apple Juice • Apple juice is an excellent source of Vitamin C • The golden apple juice you see to the right has been processed: • enzyme treated • centrifuged • Pasteurized Nutritious AND Delicious

  27. Apple Juice • Apple juice is an excellent source of Vitamin C • The clarified golden apple juice you see to the right has been processed: ENZYME TREATED CENTRIFUGED PASTURIZED

  28. Delicious Apple Juice • Apple juice is an excellent source of Vitamin C • It can help give you strong bones • It also has antioxidants • The golden apple juice you see to the right has been processed: • enzyme treated • centrifuged • Pasteurized

  29. Where does it come from? Add Enzymes Centrifuge Pasteurize Apple Juice

  30. Where Apple Juice Comes From Add Enzymes to reduce cloudiness Centrifuge to clarify Pasteurize to sterilize Manufacturing and processing

  31. The end • Seriously, that’s it