A good presentations contains this following:
1. Content - It contains the information that the people or audience need and can absorb in one sitting.
2. Structure - It must have a logical beginning, middle and ending, which means it must be squenced and paced so that the audience can understand it.
3. Packaging - It must be well prepared.
4. Human element - A good presentation will be remembered because it has a person attached to it.
One of the most important things we learn at school is to do a good presentation and to hold speeches with or without visual support. If we need to offer our audience some images or important lists of facts, the best way we can do this to make use of a PowerPoint presentation.
To create a good presentation you will need some of the following:
1. Be self confident.
2. Talk free without reading.
3. The only thing you are allowed to read are your note.
4. You should include your audience and their possible interest.
5. You should ask questions.
6. Use correct body langugae.
7. Concentrate your information to the main facts.
8. Avoid stammering and mumbling.
9. Use a clear background.
10. Sum up improtant facts.
11. Use clear fonts with good reliable colour.
12. Use short phrase and avoid long texts.
13. Let the keywords appear one by one.
14. Use animations, colours, pictures or even movies.
Some of the things you shouldn't do to avoid a Bad Presentation inlude:
1. Avoid small and weak voice.
2. Avoid reading a script.
3. Avoid looking at the paper all the time.
4. Using of jargon.
5. No eye contact.
6. Seems not confident.
7. Avoid ugly, amateur design of visuals.
8. No body movement.
9. Avoid lots of text on slide.
10. Avoid too long or too short presentation.
Guidelines to Good Presentation
Enhancing your slide design and developing skills will ensure that your audience not only stays awake but also receives your message. New techniques and devices has evolved with today's technology starting from cell phones, e-mails, instant messaging apps, Facebook and Twitter. The art of a good presentation includes designing and developing slides as well as mastering delivery techniques.
Some of the guidelines include:
1. Keep it simple.
2. Think and design visually.
3. Make the font size large and readable from distance.
4. Be creative and find ways to illustrate concepts.
5. Use parallel construction within a visual.
6. Separate the title from the body of the visual.
7. Make sub points a smaller size from main points.
8. Avoid all uppercase letters.
9. Use compression tool to reduce the size of the pictures which will make your document take up less digital space.
10. Use the animation features with a purpose.
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