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1 How to Plan and Design Effective PowerPoint Presentations Mrs. CarolAnn Barr-Gutkowski Business Teacher Fordson High School Dearborn, MI

2 Presentation Objectives: Content Objectives: The participant will be able to plan an effective PowerPoint (PP) presentation. The participant will be able to critique a PP presentation based on the design elements presented.

3 Presentation Objectives cont’d Language Objectives: Working in small groups, the participant will demonstrate proper planning of an effective PP presentation by completing (WRITING) a Thinking Map that will include the planning process and details. Select groups will be called upon to present their Thinking Map aloud (SPEAKING).

4 Language Objectives, cont’d Working in small groups and given a sample PP presentation, participants will read/view the PP, discuss it’s +/- design elements and fill out the +/- critique chart. – Read, discuss, write

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6 Location! Real Estate Success Planning! PowerPoint Success

7 Planning Questions: What? Why? Who? Where? When? How?

8 WHAT? What is my objective? – What do I need to tell them? – What do they need to leave with? – What is my measurement of success?

9 WHY? Why is my audience there? – Education – Entertainment – Buy a product/service – To be convinced Are they there voluntarily or do they have to be?

10 WHO? Who is my audience? – Relationship – Age – Gender – Education level – Prior knowledge on this topic

11 WHERE? Where will I present? – Room size – Room arrangement – Microphone – Slide advancer – Acoustics – Equipment – PRACTICE

12 WHEN? When will I present? – Time of day – Day of week – Month/season – What comes before/after me for my audience? – How long do I have?

13 ACTIVITY ONE Create a Thinking Map for the information provided in slides 4 – 10 so far (see your handouts). Form group Choose roles Brain- storm Create map Present Map

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15 Use PowerPoint Successfully How do I use PowerPoint to best reach my goals and best reach my audience?

16 Attention- getting Understandable ReadabilityBrevity Success

17 Attention-getting Colors Fonts Contrast Use of Visuals Animation

18 Understandable Don’t use trade jargon. Build on what they know. Use analogies. Use visuals, not long explanations.

19 Readability Simple fonts Sized for presentation space Dark text on light background Don’t go “fancy” Consistency

20 Brevity Visual aide, not script Reviews main ideas Stresses most important points NOT a report Provide handouts of slides and speaker notes

21 Review Content Objective: The participant will be able to critique a PP presentation based on the design elements presented. Review Language Objective: Working in small groups and given a sample PP presentation, participants will read/view the PP, discuss it’s +/- design elements and fill out the +/- critique chart. – Read, discuss, write

22 Objective Review Objective 1: Participants will learn how to plan a successful PP presentation. Objective 2: Participants will learn the design elements of a good PP presentation and be able to critique a sample. Did I meet my objective? – Thumbs up for yes – Thumbs to the side for somewhat but not completely – Thumbs down for no

23 Thank you for your time. Contact information: CarolAnn Barr-Gutkowski mi.us mi.us


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