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1 Presenting Your Ideas Creative Inventions and Robotics

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3 Which Lemonade Stand would you visit?

4 Which Book would you pick off the shelf first?

5 Which sign is clear? Which sign is concise? Which sign is convincing? Motion is prohibited here.

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7 Ugly Average Way Cool

8 Ugly Inconsistent Out of bounds

9 Ugly Inconsistent Out of bounds Average Boring In bounds

10 Ugly Inconsistent Out of bounds Average Boring In bounds Way Cool !!! Creative order 3 rd dimension

11 Ugly Inconsistent Out of bounds Average Boring In bounds Way Cool !!! Creative order 3 rd dimension

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14 1. Clear? 2. Concise? 3. Convincing? Design your lab book cover. Is your design …

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16 Public Speaking Lecture Notes from MIT Artificial Intelligence Prof. Winston The Formula S = f { K, P, t } Public speaking is a function of mostly knowledge, partly practice and just a bit of talent.

17 1)State Vision, Promise, or Goal 2)What have you done? Action. Results 3)Summarize the take away's. (Question and answer) Presentation Structure When we Webcast lessons or when we are selling Build-It-Yourself, keep your presentation or lecture as short as possible. 10 slides, 30 – 60 seconds per slide. Leave lots of time for Q&A. Public Speaking Lecture Notes from MIT Artificial Intelligence Prof. Winston

18 Presentation Attributes ( 5 Ss ) Statement Symbols Salient SurPrize Stories Public Speaking Lecture Notes from MIT Artificial Intelligence Prof. Winston

19 1)Use slides with just a few key words or symbols. Don't make the audience read. They will fall asleep. 2)Repeat or reinforce your key points 3 times to reach 90% of audience. At any point in time only 30% of your audience is tuned in. (Winston's math is a bit weak here but his point is not.) 3)Ask questions to make sure the audience is paying attention. 4)Put your idea in context. Compare to competing ideas. Refer to popular analogies. State benefits. 5)End with a joke or interesting storyline. That way, the audience will think they had fun for the whole lecture. Dont make your audience read. Public Speaking Lecture Notes from MIT Artificial Intelligence Prof. Winston

20 1)Use key words 2)Repeat, reinforce 3)Ask questions 4)Put ideas in context 5)End with storyline. Presentation Tricks ? nce upon a time … Your Idea Public Speaking Lecture Notes from MIT Artificial Intelligence Prof. Winston


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