Pecha Kucha explanation Automatic transitions start on next slide But this really is not a pecha kucha! Slide 1 Your presentation is set to transition between slides every 20sec
We have provided a template which you can download from EdShare http://www.edshare.soton.ac.uk/17790/ Slide 2 Insert new slide content, but leave the transitions in place Note that this slide show is all words and can
be rather boring, although it is self explanatory. Slide 3 In pecha kucha 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each Slide 4 So you will be presenting for 6 minutes and 40
seconds in total Slide 5 Finish a slide in less than 20sec? Manually advance Guidance, 60 words = 20 seconds Slide 6
Pecha Kucha format devised by Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham of Klein Dytham architecture. Slide 7 First Pecha Kucha night Tokyo 2003
Slide 8 Pecha Kucha presentations are concise powerful Slide 9 You are the focus of the presentation.
Slide 10 Slides should be used for illustrative and reinforcement purposes You can structure your slides into three parts Intro Body -> 3 sections Close
4 slides per section Ratio of components 1:3:1 x4 =20 Slide 11 Use appropriate diagrams and images Use points only when absolutely necessary
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Slide 12 Where text has to be used stick to a common serif font like Arial fonts no smaller than 24pt Slide 13 Use contrasting text
Slide 14 Use good quality images with clear colour contrast Slide 15 Animations should only be used to illustrate a point or build a diagram.
Slide 16 Don't count on live demonstrations Be sure you have equivalent content Slide 17 Example credits photo
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Class exercise In pairs Explain your proposed investigation/report Discuss the contributory disciplines Sketch out a few diagram or image ideas to communicate the core of your ideas You can download a pecha kucha template from
http://www.edshare.soton.ac.uk/17790/ Acknowledgements With thanks for the original structure to
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