Presentation Planner

 AboutOutline:Intro. Main PointsDetails:Introduction Point 1 Point 2 Point 3 Point 4 Conclusion Script/Cards/Slides/Listen TTS All 

About this program

Aim: The aim of this program is to help you plan your presentations. It will:

  1. help you to plan your presentation
  2. help you to write your presentation
  3. produce the following:
    • a script, which you can save and print out using your browser's File menu.
    • printable note cards, which you can save and print out using your browser's File menu.
    • a slide show, which you can save to your computer using the browser's File > Save menu.
    • and speak your presentation to you. You can choose a  male or female voice.

To see what the program does, click here for an example presentation, then click the buttons to make note cards and a script. Click here to listen to the Introduction. Before you fill in the form you may want to delete the example.

Introduction

Instructions: Answer the following questions by filling in the boxes:

What is the topic of your presentation?

Summarise the topic in 5 words or less:
(To put on your note cards)

Why is this topic useful and interesting for your audience?

Optional interactivity: Write a question that you can ask the audience that will highlight their need to listen to your presentation. For example, if your presentation is about how to get a good job after graduation, you could ask "If you are worried about getting a good job after graduation, please raise your hands."
Write your question in this box:

What is the background (why did you choose this topic?)

If you want to put a picture in your slide show to illustrate the background, type in the URL here:

Picture position?  | |
Picture orientation:   or |

What is your objective (what do you want the audience to know at the end of the presentation?)

Main Points

What is the first main part of your presentation?

Summarise the first main point in 5 words or less:
(To put on your note cards and slide titles)

What is the second main part of your presentation?

Summarise the second main point in 5 words or less:
(To put on your note cards and slide titles)

What is the third main part of your presentation?

Summarise the third main point in 5 words or less:
(To put on your note cards and slide titles)

If you have a fourth main point, type it in here:

Summarise the fourth point in 5 words or less:
(To put on your note cards and slide titles)

Introduction

Instructions: Edit these boxes so that the grammar is correct:

Good , ladies and gentlemen, and welcome to my presentation. My name is .

The topic of my presentation today is .

Interactivity: question to the audience (optional)

The reason that this topic is useful for you is .

We are going to talk about things. These are, firstly, .

Secondly, .

Next/Finally we’re going to talk about .

Finally we’re going to look at .

Choose one: (To omit the number of minutes, delete the number in the box.)
Due to the limited time I have today, just minutes, I’d appreciate it if you would keep your questions until the end. Thank you.
Please feel free to ask me questions at any time. This presentation will last for about minutes.

Click here to , then wait for the black page.

Point One

Firstly,

(Write the details of your first point in here:)

(Write up to five words that remind you of the details in here:)
.

If you want to put a picture in your slide show to illustrate the first point, type in the URL here:

Picture position? | |
Picture orientation: or |

That’s the end of the first point.

Point Two

Now we will move on to the second point, which is about .

(Write the details of your second point in here:)

(Write up to five words that remind you of the details in here:)
.

If you want to put a picture in your slide show to illustrate the second point, type in the URL here:

Picture position? | |
Picture orientation: or |

That’s all for the second point.

Point Three

Next, .

(Write the details of your third point in here:)

(Write up to five words that remind you of the details in here:)
.

If you want to put a picture in your slide show to illustrate the third point, type in the URL here:

Picture position? | |
Picture orientation: or |

That's all for this point.

Point Four

My fourth point is:

(Write the details of your fourth point in here:)

(Write up to five words that remind you of the details in here:)
.

If you want to put a picture in your slide show to illustrate the fourth point, type in the URL here:

Picture position? | |
Picture orientation: or |

That’s the end of the final point.

Click here to

Conclusion

In conclusion, in this presentation my objective was to

I have covered main points, firstly, .
Secondly we talked about .
Next we discussed .

Finally we looked at

I hope you have found this presentation useful. Thank you.

Questions, please. Yes?

If there are no more questions, that is the end of my presentation.

Click here to , then wait for the black page.

 

Script / Cards / Slides / Listen

Click here to print out a script or notecards for your presentation.
Remember, only use note cards, not a script, in your presentation.

Listen to your:

 

These boxes are for converting your text into speech. The program will fill your words into the boxes below automatically, but you can edit them or replace them if you wish:

Text-to-Speech Dialog Wizard

The Text-to-Speech Wizard can create a monologue (such as a presentation) or a conversation dialog. You can have up to 10 conversational moves with different voices.
  1. Enter the name for each speaker in the left column, then write in the conversation text you want spoken. Select the appropriate voice for each speaker.
  2. The whole dialog will then be sent to the speech engine and recorded as separate audio files for each speaker move in the conversation.
  3. The HTML page generated by the wizard will then be sent back.

Enter a title for your dialog:

  Speaker Dialog text Voice
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NOTE: The audio files may take some time to download after you submit.

 


 

 


Wait

Audio files
Your text is now being loaded into the text-to-speech program. This will take about 30 seconds.
The audio files of your presentation will appear below.
Wait for the 'Play' buttons to appear.
Click the 'Play' buttons to hear the sentences from your presentation.

 

Text-to-speech output files:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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