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Perfect Presentations 29/04/2015© The University of Sheffield (or death by PowerPoint?) Emma-Jayne Russell & Denise Brooks
How do you feel about giving presentations? 29/04/2015© The University of Sheffield
Captivate Engage Motivate Why? Audience You Props What? Involve Engage Minimal How? Perfect Presentations 29/04/2015© The University of Sheffield
Mission impossible? 7 seconds - decide to continue listening or not 30 seconds - engagement time to convince audience 50 seconds – get to the point 29/04/2015© The University of Sheffield Captivate Engage Motivate Why?
It’s all about the audience 29/04/2015© The University of Sheffield Audience You Props What? Want to know v. need to know v. can you answer? 93% human communication = body language Short, shorter, shortest
29/04/2015© The University of Sheffield Involve Engage Minimal How? And action…! Always have an element of practical activity Engagement through empathy YOU are the key – not the software
ChecklistEvaluation Knowledge Structure Clear and consistent Simple Practice Performance 29/04/2015© The University of Sheffield What do you think of us?
Activity Your turn to present 90 seconds One object In pairs Use your checklist to help 29/04/2015© The University of Sheffield
Rescue Remedies - Behaviour 29/04/2015© The University of Sheffield Ignore it Silence it Eyeball them Stand by them Ask a question Ask for input Talk offline Divide and conquer Address them directly Eject them ‘Intervention Escalator’ - Gail Zack Anderson
Rescue Remedies – You Voice – drink, pause, breathe! Technology – think quantity Audience – you can’t win ‘em all… 29/04/2015© The University of Sheffield
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PowerPoint Alternatives PowToon: Best free presentation software, best animated presentation software Google Docs: Best Simplified PowerPoint Clone 280 Slides: Best for good looking simple Bullet point presentations. Sliderocket: Best Collaborative slideshow software Prezi: Best non-linear presentation software 29/04/2015© The University of Sheffield
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Making Good PowerPoint Presentations into Outstanding Ones AGRI 196 Spring 2004.
Presentation Skills Workshop Presentation adapted from (university of Leeds)
How many of us, listening to a PowerPoint presentation, have found our attention wandering? Sadly, the answer is most of us who regularly see PowerPoint.
Avoiding Death by Powerpoint Have you ever sat through a PowerPoint presentation which: Contained so much text that by the time you have read it the presenter.
How to make your presentations effective Dr. Codruţa Goşa
How to Have An A+ Reputation At Work. What Creates Your Reputation? Your Network Your People Skills Your Communication Skills Your Work Habits Your Presentation.
Qualities of a good facilitator Module 6 session 4.
PUBLIC SPEAKING You Can Do It! You Can Do It!. Fear of Public Speaking Glossophobia=fear of public speaking I hate public speaking I hate public speaking.
Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol. When I say go: Stand up Put your hand up in the air Find a close partner who has a different teaching assignment.
Welcome. Aims of the Workshop The overall aim of this workshop is for delegates to develop skills and techniques to enable them to carry out effective.
Language Experience Stories. What is a language experience story? A way to target language A way to practice targeted language A hands-on activity A way.
YEAR 7 Things to think about for year 7 drama lessons.
Effective Technical Presentations Dr. Fotowat Ahmadi Sharif University of Technology.
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Internship Program Preparing for an Interview.
Coaching & Counseling Maximizing Opportunities 2 Course Outline What Is Coaching Knowing When To Coach Steps In The Coaching Process Providing Constructive.
Feedback. The Johari window Known to self Unknown to self Known to others Open A s k Blind Tell Tell Unknown to others Hidden Unknown.
The Central Idea of Informative Text. Video Clip.
Project Wisdom Sharing your goal or idea with others.
Learning Objectives 3.1 Identify key management skills associated with effective communication. 3.2 Explain what causes interpersonal communications to.
Barriers to Effective Communication Time. Scenario Will be in an interactive video format Will be in an interactive video format Will consist of two videos.
Telling Your Story Through the Media Kathryn Reith, Lake Washington School District.
Facilitation skills & Group based learning. Learning objectives Explain what facilitation is and when it is required –With particular reference to group.
SW Region – strand 1 Involving learners in shaping their support Enhancement of Learning Support Learner Voice David Finch National Star College.
People (Soft) Skills for Success in the Real Business World! Being a Leader! Don C. Bramlett, PE, SMIEEE IEEE Region 4 Director IEEE Southeastern.
Getting to know each other Needs and wants Human Rights Our responsibilities Researching human rights.
+ Breakfast & Conversation. + Welcome Purposes Acquaint you with our re-designed undergraduate program Discuss the importance of teaming with your.
GLOs General Learner Outcomes. 1 Self-Directed Learner The Ability to be RESPONSIBLE for Ones Own Learning The Ability to be RESPONSIBLE for Ones Own.
Presented by: Peggy Hutcheson President, The Odyssey Group, Inc. Member, Employment and Career Services Committee, IEEE-USA Improving Your On-line Presentation.
GJH August 2007 This is NOT about technology! This IS about learning.
BTEC Level 2 Reviewing a Sports Activity Session.
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