Distracting techniques to use in front of an audience.

PowerPoint is the easiest of the applications we’ve used so far, yet it carries the highest visual impact. When
creating a presentation, it can be very easy to use distracting techniques that negatively affect our presentation
in front of an audience. From THE LIST OF DISTRACTIONS below, select 1 distraction from the list and
describe how or why it could be a distracting technique to use in front of an audience.
More than 1 student may choose the same distraction from THE LIST below – that is fine, no problem at all.
THE LIST OF DISTRACTIONS
Text
Color
Sound / Music
Clipart / Pictures
Transitions
Bulleting (displaying all the bullets at the same time on a slide)
Navigating slides (not knowing how to run a presentation)
Animations
Time of day (when not to schedule an office meeting)
Not using a Theme

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