Presentation on theme: "A Greener Shade of Chemistry"— Presentation transcript:
1 A Greener Shade of Chemistry An example of how to prepare your presentation
2 General rules for making PPT Presentations Start broad, get specific and end broad.When presenting you should:face your audiencemake eye contactbe enthusiasticvary your tone of voiceDO NOT READ YOUR SLIDES!
3 General rules for making PPT Presentations Practice before presenting.Provide a handout of your power point slides to your teacher.
4 Font colour/ background colour clear and readable SLIDE LAYOUTFont size 18+Font colour/ background colour clear and readableEach slide:HeadingSimple imageTwo or three pointsUnveil your lists one by oneText blocks no more than 2 lines eachLists no more than 3 items: avoid sub- listsBe generous with empty spaceInclude references for all ideas and imagesConsistent styleAvoid flashy animations
5 Font SizeYou must be sure that your slides are large enough to read!
6 Font colour Choose your font colour carefully and keep it consistent Some colours are difficult to read on certain backgrounds.Some colours are difficult to read on certain backgrounds.Some colours are difficult to read on certain backgrounds.Some colours are difficult to read on certain backgrounds.Some colours are difficult to read on certain backgrounds.
7 BackgroundChoose your background colour carefully and keep it consistent through the whole show.
8 For Each SlideHave a headingA pictureTwo or three points
9 Lists When you have a list of information Reveal them one by one Not all at onceKeep the animations simpleNot like those!
10 Do not do this!Do not write very long paragraphs when you are creating a powerpoint presentation because they are difficult to read and do not look good on the screen. Besides, the information you give on a powerpoint presentation should be precise and to the point. You should not ramble on so that your audience gets bored!
11 Lists When you create lists: Keep the list to three or four points Do not add five or six pointsAvoid making sub lists like this:Sub lists are not desirableThey make the presentation too long