Make a clear point

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  1. Rockpen23

    Rockpen23 EdChat™ Nomad

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    Whether you're using overhead transparencies or computer presentation software, here are some tips to help you "get your point across." Give an attractive, forceful title to your presentation. Summarize your points. Avoid the use of complete sentences. Use boldface or italic type instead of underlining. Use color sparingly.
     
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  2. newlife

    newlife EdChat™ Esquire

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    It is a good idea and should be taught to students most especially in the higher grades. Students are given guidelines by their English teachers related to the preparation of computer aided presentations for their reports such as the the font style and size , color of the slides , graphics , videos , number of texts and others to come up with professional looking audio - visual materials . These guidelines are expected to be observed in different subjects areas.
     
  3. Jelineex

    Jelineex EdChat™ Esquire

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    Its nice to have a presentation that's well presented and attractive. It will attract the audience and its more interesting to watch. It gives more focus and entertaining in a way. However, one must never forget to have a good quality topic. The idea should be spontaneous and well organize. It will help the audience understand and interact with the discussion.
     
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    Meshack EdChat™ Esquire

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    The point is clear here. Infact that is why you advocate a clear point. Ambiguity should be avoided at all times.
     
  5. Corzhens

    Corzhens EdChat™ M.Ed

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    I agree that the visual presentation should be aesthetically attractive. Even if the topic is very interesting but when the visuals are bland and so plain the students might lose their appetite, so to speak. As what they say in culinary schools, the presentation of the food is 50% of the grade which means it is not just the taste of the food that matters but also the visuals.
     

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