This web page presents resources for instructors to teach the assertion-evidence design for presentation slides. This structure is described in chapter 4 of The Craft of Scientific Presentations. Given to the right are demonstrations of the three key principles of the assertion-evidence structure.
Given below on the left is an example presentation that follows the structure. Given below on the right are resources for instructors to use when teaching the structure: teaching slides, before-and-after examples, exercises, and model presentations. Instructors are welcome to use these resources in their teaching as long as they give credit to the original sources.
Teaching montage showing important traits of effective slides
Teaching montage showing important traits of effective delivery
Teaching montage showing important traits of technical presentations