Presentation on theme: "TITLE Group Member Names SLIDE 1- – Verbal greeting and introduction is required. Ensure the audience knows who you are – All slides should have a common."— Presentation transcript:
TITLE Group Member Names SLIDE 1- – Verbal greeting and introduction is required. Ensure the audience knows who you are – All slides should have a common theme
PURPOSE This slide briefly tells us what you are going to tell us. It is expressed as an infinitive. SLIDE 2- – Clearly state the purpose of your briefing. – If this slide is done right, it can speak for itself. – Don’t read it to the audience.
REFERENCES CNN.com website www.wikipedia.com This slide tells us what references you used to put your briefing together
OUTLINE Event 1 Event 2 Summary Questions Conclusion Use the titles of your slides on this slide. This is the outline you will follow for your presentation
Event #1 (1 of 3) Use bullets to key yourself of what you want to discuss with the audience Keep the same font throughout the entire briefing Watch for misspelled words Start with the first main point. It should coincide with the first main point you showed in the outline. - Use bullets to highlight. - Don’t overcrowd your slide. Use no more than 5 to 7 lines. - Transition to the next slide. ie. “Now that I’ve told you about... let me show you...
Event #1 (2 of 3) If you have more than one slide under the same topic, number them 1 of 3, 2 of 3, etc. This slide should contain a table of data for the first event. DistanceTime 101 505 10010 35035 80080
Event #1 (3 of 3) This slide should contain a graph of the data from the first event.
Event #2 We are now ready to hear about your second event. Develop it the same way you did you first.
SUMMARY Event 1 Event 2 (this slide is used for you to recap your presentation, hitting key points, not every single thing you told us)
CONCLUSION You can use a famous quote, not so famous quote, or something that sums up your presentation (maybe something you learned or the most important thing you want the audience to walk away with)
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