Personal Crimes Analysis Presentation
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On one of your assignments this week requires you to prepare a presentation.
Do a PowerPoint. As such please find below some hints on how to score big on your presentations this week and in the future.As a general reminder please always have an introduction slide a conclusion slide and a reference page slide. Also be sure to cite your work within APA guidelines and proofread your work.As you prepare your PowerPoint presentation remember thatSpeaker’s Notesfound under the slide in the Normal View are essential if others are to understand your goals for the presentation.
On each slide you will see a white box under the slide where you will find the Click to add notes text box which is for your notes.Leaving out Speaker’s Notes is the equivalent of getting up in class and flipping through your slides without saying a word!Don’t do it!The slides should include only bullet points – not even written in complete sentences – and the rest of the details – what you would say if we were listening to your presentation – goes in the Speaker’s Notes under each slide.Also keep the following in mind:o Use no more than five words per lineo Use no more than five lines per slideo Use no more than one topic per slideo Use clear simple fonts such as Arial as they are easier to reado Use light colored font on dark backgrounds or dark colored fonts on light backgroundso Insert a slide with a chart or graph to break up reading slideso When considering Clipart use quality images or none at allo Remember copyright laws when taking an image from the internetTry to have fun with the presentation! Graphics animation music – think about your audience and how to keep its attention!TIPS: Don’t use too many photographs because they are often large files. There’s a size limit to files sent through OLS – 5 MB. If you use a graphic that has been published you need to cite it like you would any other published resource you use.Be sure to visit the Center for Writing Excellence to see the PowerPoint tutorial. It is very helpful!