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Business Keyboarding Sanford Middle School
Brainstorm Start by brainstorming What’s the purpose? –Who’s the audience?
Backgrounds Use a background that fits your purpose and is easy for the audience to view.
Backgrounds Use the same background throughout Different backgrounds disrupt the flow
Backgrounds Avoid Red or Brown Hard to read the words
Fonts Easy to read fonts Arial Comic Sans Avoid hard to read fonts Scripts Haettenschweiler Font size should be 18+ Small fonts are hard to read (14 point) Titles may be fancy
Text Limit italics and ALL CAPS Use shades of yellow or white on a dark background Spell check! Typos and misspelled words can distract
Rule of Six Avoid too much information Six lines per slide Six words per line Can be flexible Avoid complete sentences unless doing a story
Graphics Choose appropriate graphics for task Keeps the audience’s attention
Graphics A slideshow with no graphics at all can be very boring…. but
Graphics Don’t overcrowd the page with graphics Too distracting
Animation Use some animation Adds interest Don’t over animate Avoid too many sounds Avoid different effects on each slide
Animation People quickly get tired of too much!
Transition Adds interest Changing slides May be same throughout May change with each slide
Presentation Type of presentation Oral Written
Oral Presentation Don’t read the slides word for word…very boring! Slides should be an outline Add extra details as you present
Oral Presentation Make yourself a copy of the presentation Face your audience – not the screen Make eye contact PRACTICE!
Written Presentation Timing your slideshow (too much vs. too little) Looping your slideshow
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