Pecha Kucha: 20 slides in 20 seconds

“Pe-CHAK-cha” — Pecha Kucha is a new way of thinking about delivering instruction. It reduces the lecture to small bite size pieces or 20 slides in 20 seconds. That’s six minutes and 40 seconds. (It is Japanese for “chit-chat”.) Think of this as a quick presentation, for faculty or students. This rigid format provokes critical thinking to be concise and to the point and very focused. Visit “A Guide to Making a Pecha Kucha Presentation: Overview, Felix Jung.”

It is recommended that brainstorming happen first, then writing a script, and timing it. Next step is presenting. You can use Lecshare Pro. It is hard at first to think of limiting yourself to 20 seconds per slide. But very effective.

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