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1 How to be a good presenter? Part 1 prepare slides Theerachai Apivatthakakul Department of Orthopaedics Chiang Mai University, Thailand

2 “A great lecture rarely comes about by chance” In: AO principles of teaching and learning. KS Khong, Lisa Hadfield

3 Objectives – Prepare slides (academic purpose) What is the problems? What is good or bad slide? How to prepare the slide?

4 How about this slide?

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9 Ask yourself basic questions What is the topic? When will be the presentation? Where will I speak? Why the audience has to attend?

10 Purpose of the presentation To inform To instruct To inspire

11 Objectives for listener Knowledges Skills Attitudes

12 Help the audiences Be relevant Be memorable Be brief

13 Lecture - content Introduction, objective, goal Content – can be cut short Summary Finally, In summary, In conclusion

14 Lecture - content 3-5 main points only More is less Clear photos Slide: Big, Clear, Consistent, Simple Care with humor & culture

15 Slide structure - Good 1-2 slides per minute Include 3-4 points per slide Write in point form, not complete sentence Use key words and phrases only

16 Text fonts and sizes Text size point for visibility Title can be 60 point Avoid using 2 font types per slide Bold letter for extra clarify Avoid WordArt

17 How big? Minimum text size –28 point 24point –20 point »16 point Make illustrations big enough

18 How big? Minimum text size –28 point 24point –20 point »16 point Make illustrations big enough

19 Simple Plain background Maximum six lines Maximum six words per line No sounds Animation

20 Clear - fonts Use a simple font - Comic Sans MS - Arial shadow?Avoid serif fonts, shadow? USE LOWER CASE LETTERS - They are easier to read quickly Serif

21 Contrasting colours –Blue Red Light Blue Green Purple White Yellow - Black Red Light Blue Green Purple White Yellow

22 Simple Plain background Maximum six lines Maximum six words per line No sounds Animation

23 Simple Plain background Maximum six lines Maximum six words per line No sounds Animation

24 Simple Plain background Maximum six lines Maximum six words per line No sounds Animation

25 Simple Plain background Maximum six lines Maximum six words per line No sounds Animation

26 Presenting graphics X-rays should take > 1/4 of the screen People scan from Lt. to Rt. position text to the Lt. of graphics Short video clip are best to show steps of the procedure Powerpoint works well with avi.file

27 Timing for one slide Text > 30 sec on screen Picture > 15 sec on screen People need to think before understand Presenter is the one who know Listener is the one who try to understand

28 Number of slides Depending on the time Text, table  maximum 2 slides/min Photos  maximum 4 slides/min Remove “not important slide” The must slides “objective, content, summary”

29 Slides - Dangers Too many Too small Too fast

30 Powerpoint killer Easy to overproduce Easy to distract Different version VDO do not include File lost or damage

31 Common mistake of slides Slow slide transition Background color contrast Font size too small Slide edge over screen Distracting object Too much animation, flying –spiral

32 Summary SKeep It Short and Simple (KISS) Don’t let the medium overshadow the message Avoid information overload

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