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Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript Designing and Using Presentation Aids : Designing and Using Presentation Aids It is REQUIRED! Visual Aids : Visual Aids It is REQUIRED! Students will be able to discuss five ways in which presentation aids help communicate ideas to an audience. Students will be able to describe the use of three-dimensional presentation aids. Students will be able to identify ways of producing and using two-dimensional visual aids. Students will be able to discuss the uses of presentation aids. Students will able to identify guidelines for developing presentation aids. Students will be able to identify guidelines for using presentation aids. Learning Objectives Visual Aids : Visual Aids It is REQUIRED! 5 Reasons Presentation Aids are NEEDED Presentation aids enhance understanding. Of five senses, more is learned visually than all other senses combined. Because of TV viewing habits, audiences are visually oriented. Presentation aids enhance memory. Presentation aids help listeners organize ideas. Presentation aids help gain and maintain attention. Presentation aids help illustrate a sequence of events or procedures. Visual Aids : Visual Aids It is REQUIRED! Presentation Aids: Category 1 Actual objects add listener interest because they are tangible, real, and can be touched, smelled, and tasted as well as seen. Models, which can suggest the real thing People can serve as excellent presentation aids. The speaker is his or her own best presentation aid. Visual Aids : Visual Aids It is REQUIRED! Presentation Aids: Category 2 Drawings are common two-dimensional presentation aids. Photographs can be excellent presentation aids. Slides can serve a visual purpose well, provided you have projector and screen Maps, if enough magnification is possible, typically interest audiences. Graphs present useful statistical information in an easy-to-understand format. Charts summarize and present a great deal of information in a small amount of space. Flip Charts are commonly used in business presentations and training sessions Whiteboards is still the most readily available visual, or presentational aid. Overhead Transparencies are popular. Computer-generated presentation aids are images, words, charts and graphs designed and presented with the help of computer graphics software. Visual Aids : Visual Aids It is REQUIRED! Presentation Aids: Category 3 Audio-visual aids have graduated; in place of passively instructing or entertaining us, we may now use them to actively support ideas. Videos and audio clips are aloud in presentations with the following criteria All video and audio clips must be 30 seconds or less All video and audio clips must be appropriate in content Audio clips must be clearly heard by all audience members Video clips must be clearly seen and heard by all audience members Visual Aids : Visual Aids It is REQUIRED! Keep This in Mind When Designing Your Presentational Aids Allow plenty of time to prepare your presentation aids. MAKE IT EASY TO SEE! Keep sights and sounds simple. Group related elements into visual aids. Establish a consistent graphic theme. Choose a typeface with care. Vary font sizes with care. Use color to create a mood and sustain attention. Use black and white effectively. Don’t detract from the message. Visual Aids : Visual Aids It is REQUIRED! Select the RIGHT Presentational Aids Consider your audience. Think of your speech objective. Take into account your skill and experience. Know the room in which you will speak. Do not use dangerous or illegal presentation aids. Rehearse using your presentation aids just as you rehearse the speech or presentation itself. Have eye contact with your audience, not your presentation aids. Explain your presentation aids; audiences don’t necessarily immediately grasp your visual point. Do not pass objects among your audience; they’ll not see it while you are talking (frustration), or they’ll get it and stop listening while you are still talking. Use animals with caution; they are unpredictable. Use handouts effectively. Visual Aids : Visual Aids It is REQUIRED! Select the RIGHT Presentational Aids Time your visuals, showing when appropriate and stowing when no longer needed. Remove your presentation aid when no longer needed. Have visuals already in place and ready for use. Consider an assistant to help handle the presentation aid setup and use. Arrive early and be sure to test out your technology USB mass storage drives, CDs, DVDs, web links, handouts Use technology effectively. Choose the technology that enables you to retain contact audiences. Do begin to learn and utilize new teaching and learning technology. Practice your speech with your presentational aid Remember “Murphy’s Law” (If Something Can Go Wrong, It Will!). 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