I ended up with 44 slides lmfao
and didn t have time to pace myself :D
Most Helpful Guy
I tend to prefer the minimalist approach. At 44 slides that's 3 slides a minute almost. I would think that's too much. Would feel rushed
You wanna be the star of the show not the constant flipping of slides. Id think 1-2 slides per minute max. So 15-30. You wanna give like 30 seconds to a minute per slide to focus in some key points
But that's just noise you already have 44 motor mouth...'do whatever the F' you wanna do'
Most Helpful Girl
Depends on how much info is on the Presentation. But I'm a teacher, so I'll let you know how to do a presentation properly.
-Do not use more than 3 different types of animation
-Make bulleted points and talk and elaborate on them. Typically, each slide should take 3-4 minutes before moving on to another one so 5-6 slides should be the amount you. You can stretch it to 7, but no more.
-Have note cards if you're allowed to have them. You can put a ton of info on them instead of on slides
-Depending on what the presentation requirements are, you can do something to involve the audience at first. That's a common thing many people, including myself, do during a presentation whether for class or a professional setting. Asking a question and giving out candy for each answer or something. Get them involved, it helps drag out the presentation.
A lot, I know, but hopefully it helped. This is exactly the suggestions I give my students in a presentation project.1