How To Structure A Presentation (Processes, Checklists and Visual Aids Examples)
This resource provides guidelines and processes for structuring presentations, focusing first on the general structure for presentations: - beginning - middle - conclusion The objectives of each section are explained, and practical examples given. After the general structure has been discussed, the structure for 2 specific types of presentations are given: 1 Pursuasive Presentations 2 Information Giving Presentations These types of presentations each require particular approaches and so specific hints and suggestions are provided. Visual Aids: There are many good reasons to use visual aids. They: - Appeal to two senses—ears and eyes - Improve memory (use colour) - Increase the impact - Highlight issues - Accentuate relationships - Cut down number of words - Increase powers of persuasion But how do you ensure they work effectivley for you? This resource gives examples of visual aids and provides tips on: - when to use visual aids - making an electronic presentation A detailed section covering the content of visual aids is provided, and the specific points to keep in mind when using: - graphics - tables - graphs - charts Make your pictures worth a thousand words.