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1How to Conduct an Effective PowerPoint Presentation French Broad River Projects
2Brainstorm ideas before you begin Start with a hand-written outlineUse the outline to guide your researchWrite out exactly what you want to say about each topic. Then, divide your topic into slides and put information relevant to each slide beneath it, where it says “click to add notes.”
3Take Good NotesWhen researching your topic, take notes from internet sites, books or magazines directly to your notebookCredit the source for each piece of information you useUse your own words: do not plagiarize!When your notes are completed and all research questions answered, begin your PowerPoint with embedded notesMrs. Jones: Here is where I will put my notes if I am creating a presentation with embedded notes. If Ms. Covington is doing the next slide, she should put her name in the notes section of the next slide and then type in her text. All ideas, quotes, and pictures should be cited according to Ms. Covington’s guidelines.
4Refer to your RubricIs your problem identified and fully described? Have you looked at all the different angles?Are your proposed solutions clearly presented? Are multiple solutions considered?Is your material well organized, correctly documented, and free of grammar and spelling errors?
5Data Is the data in your presentation appropriate to your topic? If you use somebody else’s graph or chart, do you understand it well enough to explain it in your own words?Is the data you use recent?
6Example of Data cite the source of the graph here Mrs. Jones: Explain what the graph means here: …………………………..these are the words I will use to explain this graph to my audience……………………………..cite the source of the graph here
7Group EffortDoes everyone in your group participate in the presentation?To get high marks for group effort, it helps to assign a portion of the presentation to each group member. You should include your name in the embedded notes to make it clear who did which portion of the work.There is no minimum number of slides, but each group member should do enough slides to contribute to a meaningful presentation. 10 slides per group member is not too many if lots of pictures are included.
9Make Your Slides Appealing Include pictures (credited)Do not put too many words on each slide. Just include a few key points and put the rest into the embedded notes portion that you can read to us (or maybe you have it memorized)You can print out your PowerPoint with embedded notes (select “handouts” with 2-4 slides per page and notes included)
10Practice your Presentation Remember, this Presentation will be graded on delivery! You will most likely take a Public Speaking course at A-B Tech, and this experience is meant to help prepare you.Please dress nicely. No jeans or ripped clothing; no dress code violations!
11Works CitedInclude a works cited page at the end of your presentation. You should also cite each idea in the embedded notes section of your PowerPoint (the script).Follow Ms. Covington’s format for citing various sources