OBJECTIVE

•TO DESCRIBE SOME OF THE DIFFERENT RESOURCES
AND TECHNIQUES USED IN EDUCATION
RESOURCES USED IN EDUCATION
• BROCHURE
• BULLETIN BOARD
• POSTER
• CARD BOARD
• TALK/ORAL PRESENTATION
• INFORMATIVE CAPSU...
BROCHURE
WHAT IS IT?
A BROCHURE IS A FLYER, PAMPHLET OR
LEAFLET THAT IS USED TO PASS
INFORMATION ABOUT SOMETHING. IT IS
PR...
RECOMMENDATIONS TO FOLLOW
A. FRONT COVER

• LOGO OF THE INSTITUTION
• NAME OF THE INSTITUTION
• ATTRACTIVE TITLE
• CAPTIVE...
MORE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR A
BROCHURE
• THE IMAGES SHOULD BE
STRIKING AND RELATED
TO THE INFORMATION
SHARED
BACK COVER
IT CAN INCLUDE:

• A SYNTHESIS
• CONCLUSION
• CREDITS
• FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS
• ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS OR PEOPLE YOU ...
MORE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR A
BROCHURE
• DESIGN
TAKE IN CONSIDERATION THE COLORS YOU ARE USING.
THEY CAN NOT BE A DISTRACTING...
BULLETIN BOARD
DEFINITION

• A BULLETIN BOARD INFORMS ABOUT A
PHENOMENON, FACT OR SINGLE TOPIC

• IT EXPRESSES A GRAPHIC O...
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR A BULLETIN
BOARD
• IT SHOULD HAVE A CLEAR, EASY TO READ TITLE.

IT

MUST BE EASY TO UNDERSTAND, AND TH...
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR A BULLETIN
BOARD
• THE CHOICE COLORS PLAY AN IMPORTANT ROLE. THE
CONTRAST BETWEEN THE COLORS OF THE
BA...
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR A BULLETIN
BOARD
• AVOID USING FANCY CORNER

DECORATIONS. INSTEAD, YOU SHOULD USE
A FRAME MADE OF COLO...
COLORS USED IN A BULLETIN BOARD
•THE COMBINATIONS OF COLORS BELOW PROVIDE MORE
VISIBILITY:

• BLACK OVER YELLOW AND VICE V...
GUIDELINES FOR A POSTER
• A POSTER IS ORIENTED TO INFORM ABOUT A

SINGLE FACT OR EVENT. AT THE SAME TIME, IT
ATTEMPTS TO G...
POSTERS GUIDELINES
• BEFORE ITS ELABORATION:
•
•
•
•

OBSERVE THE DIFFERENT POSTED
POSTERS ATTENTIVELY
IDENTIFY THE INFORM...
POSTER GUIDELINES
ELABORATING A POSTER
BOARD WITH ILLUSTRATIONS AND
CONTENT
• A CARDBOARD IS USED TO STIMULATE THE IMAGINATION AND
THE DETAILED OBSERVATION.

• I...
MORE GUIDELINES
ORAL PRESENTATIONS

• IT IS ONE OF THE MOST WIDELY
EMPLOYED IN EDUCATION. IT IS AN ORAL
PRESENTATION ABOUT A SPECIFIC
TOPI...
ORAL PRESENTATION
ADVANTAGES

• EASY TO BE ORGANIZED. IT CAN BE USED WITH LARGE GROUPS TO RAISE
INTEREST AND CURIOSITY ABO...
PREPARING FOR AN ORAL PRESENTATION
• DETERMINE THE OBJECTIVE OF YOUR PRESENTATION
• CHOOSE AN INTERESTING AND HELPFUL TOPI...
MORE SUGGESTIONS FOR YOUR ORAL
PRESENTATION
•

WRITE A PLAN OF YOUR PRESENTATION.
REVIEW THE PLAN AND MAKE SURE IT IS
ORGA...
WHEN HAVING YOUR ORAL PRESENTATION
• ASK QUESTIONS TO CHECK IF THE AUDIENCE
IS GETTING THE MESSAGE

• OBSERVE THE REACTION...
INFORMATIVE
CAPSULE
IT IS ADDITIONAL AND
COMPLEMENTARY INFORMATION OF A
TOPIC

IT IS WRITTEN IN SHORT SENTENCES
NO MORE TH...
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  1. 1. OBJECTIVE •TO DESCRIBE SOME OF THE DIFFERENT RESOURCES AND TECHNIQUES USED IN EDUCATION
  2. 2. RESOURCES USED IN EDUCATION • BROCHURE • BULLETIN BOARD • POSTER • CARD BOARD • TALK/ORAL PRESENTATION • INFORMATIVE CAPSULE
  3. 3. BROCHURE WHAT IS IT? A BROCHURE IS A FLYER, PAMPHLET OR LEAFLET THAT IS USED TO PASS INFORMATION ABOUT SOMETHING. IT IS PRINTED, HAS CONCISE INFORMATION, AND IT CAN BE MADE USING PAPER, CARD BOARD, OR OTHER KINDS OF MATERIALS. IT IS FOLDED IN THREE PARTS. IT HAS THREE PARTS: • • • FRONT COVER BACK COVER INSIDE FLAP
  4. 4. RECOMMENDATIONS TO FOLLOW A. FRONT COVER • LOGO OF THE INSTITUTION • NAME OF THE INSTITUTION • ATTRACTIVE TITLE • CAPTIVE IMAGE • CATCHING PHRASE OR EPIGRAPH INSIDE THE BROCHURE • THE INFORMATION IS IN ORDER. • IT SHOULD BE INTERESTING AND ATTRACT THE READER. • THE INFORMATION MUST BE CLEAR, CONCISE, RELEVANT, ATTRACTIVE AND WITHOUT MISTAKES.
  5. 5. MORE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR A BROCHURE • THE IMAGES SHOULD BE STRIKING AND RELATED TO THE INFORMATION SHARED
  6. 6. BACK COVER IT CAN INCLUDE: • A SYNTHESIS • CONCLUSION • CREDITS • FINAL RECOMMENDATIONS • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS OR PEOPLE YOU WANT TO THANK • EDUCATIONAL PHRASE OR STATEMENT
  7. 7. MORE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR A BROCHURE • DESIGN TAKE IN CONSIDERATION THE COLORS YOU ARE USING. THEY CAN NOT BE A DISTRACTING FACTOR FROM ITS CONTENT. THERE SHOULD BE A BALANCE IN THE COLORS USED. IN ADDITION, THE SPACING SHOULD BE APPROPRIATE. MAKE SURE YOU USE INDENTATION, SEPARATION LINES, CORRECT MARGINS. THE FONT SIZE OF A BROCHURE SHOULD BE 9.
  8. 8. BULLETIN BOARD DEFINITION • A BULLETIN BOARD INFORMS ABOUT A PHENOMENON, FACT OR SINGLE TOPIC • IT EXPRESSES A GRAPHIC OR PHOTOGRAPHIC IDEA OF ONE OR MORE ELEMENTS • THE OBJECECTIVE OF A BULLETIN BOARD IS TO PRESENT A GROUP OF IDEAS THAT DEAL WITH THE SAME TOPIC.
  9. 9. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR A BULLETIN BOARD • IT SHOULD HAVE A CLEAR, EASY TO READ TITLE. IT MUST BE EASY TO UNDERSTAND, AND THERE MUST BE WHITE SPACES WITHIN IT. • FEW TEXTS SHOULD BE USED IN THE CONTENT. A GENERAL PHRASE, OR GLOBAL QUESTION USING BIG FONT SIZE IS MORE APPEALING THAN LONG TEXTS OF SMALL SIZE.
  10. 10. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR A BULLETIN BOARD • THE CHOICE COLORS PLAY AN IMPORTANT ROLE. THE CONTRAST BETWEEN THE COLORS OF THE BACKGROUND AND THE MATERIAL BEING EXPOSED SHOULD BE APPROPRIATE. • THE MAIN PICTURE OR IMAGE MUST BE KEPT IN HIGH RELIEF
  11. 11. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR A BULLETIN BOARD • AVOID USING FANCY CORNER DECORATIONS. INSTEAD, YOU SHOULD USE A FRAME MADE OF COLORED RIBBON. • THERE MUST BE BALANCE WHERE PICTURES ARE SET WITHIN THE BULLETIN BOARD. • PRESENT THE IDEAS IN AN ORGANIZED WAY.
  12. 12. COLORS USED IN A BULLETIN BOARD •THE COMBINATIONS OF COLORS BELOW PROVIDE MORE VISIBILITY: • BLACK OVER YELLOW AND VICE VERSA • WHITE OVER BLACK AND VICE VERSA • ORANGE OVER BLACK AND VICE VERSA • GREEN OVER WHITE AND VICE VERSA • BLUE OVER WHITE
  13. 13. GUIDELINES FOR A POSTER • A POSTER IS ORIENTED TO INFORM ABOUT A SINGLE FACT OR EVENT. AT THE SAME TIME, IT ATTEMPTS TO GET PARTICIPATION IN ITS DEVELOPMENT. • TO AVOID REPEATING THE SAME WORD, PRONOUNS, ARTICLES AND ADVERBS ARE USED. • THERE IS A RELATIONSHIP AMONG THE WORDS, DRAWINGS, PICTURES, IMAGES, PHOTO S, DIAGRAMS, ETC. • IT HAS A HIGH PERSUASIVE CONTENT. EXPRESSIONS LIKE “DON`T MISS IT! “ ARE COMMONLY FOUND
  14. 14. POSTERS GUIDELINES • BEFORE ITS ELABORATION: • • • • OBSERVE THE DIFFERENT POSTED POSTERS ATTENTIVELY IDENTIFY THE INFORMATION TO BE COMMUNICATED CLEARLY DEFINE THE SIZE OF THE POSTER TAKE INTO ACCOUNT THE RESOURCES YOU HAVE TO MAKE THE POSTER
  15. 15. POSTER GUIDELINES
  16. 16. ELABORATING A POSTER
  17. 17. BOARD WITH ILLUSTRATIONS AND CONTENT • A CARDBOARD IS USED TO STIMULATE THE IMAGINATION AND THE DETAILED OBSERVATION. • IT PROMOTES ANALYSIS • IT IS USED TO ESTABLISH SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES • IT IS USED TO SETTLED IDEAS • IT PROVIDES A WAY TO REVIEW SOME INFORMATION
  18. 18. MORE GUIDELINES
  19. 19. ORAL PRESENTATIONS • IT IS ONE OF THE MOST WIDELY EMPLOYED IN EDUCATION. IT IS AN ORAL PRESENTATION ABOUT A SPECIFIC TOPIC. • IT IS VERY USEFUL TO TALK ABOUT NEW TOPICS TO THE COMMUNITY
  20. 20. ORAL PRESENTATION ADVANTAGES • EASY TO BE ORGANIZED. IT CAN BE USED WITH LARGE GROUPS TO RAISE INTEREST AND CURIOSITY ABOUT A TOPIC. • IT IS USEFUL TO SOCIALIZE INFORMATION DISADVANTAGE • MEASURING THE LEARNING OF THE AUDIENCE IS NOT EASY • THE AUDIENCE CAN NOT CLARIFY DOUBTS • PEOPLE MAY LEAVE IF IT IS BORING • KNOWING ABOUT THE TOPIC IS NOT ENOUGH TO BE ABLE TO HAVE A REAL GOOD TALK
  21. 21. PREPARING FOR AN ORAL PRESENTATION • DETERMINE THE OBJECTIVE OF YOUR PRESENTATION • CHOOSE AN INTERESTING AND HELPFUL TOPIC FOR THE PARTICIPANTS • PLANNED YOUR PRESENTATION CAREFULLY AND AHEAD OF TIME • USE UPDATED VISUAL RESOURCES FOR YOUR PRESENTATION • USE RESOURCES THAT HELP CLARIFY THE INFORMATION PRESENTED • DEFINE THE ASPECTS THAT WILL BE DEVELOPED DURING THE TALK OR ORAL PRESENTATION
  22. 22. MORE SUGGESTIONS FOR YOUR ORAL PRESENTATION • WRITE A PLAN OF YOUR PRESENTATION. REVIEW THE PLAN AND MAKE SURE IT IS ORGANIZED ACCORDING TO YOUR OBJECTIVES • PREPARE A GOOD INTRODUCTION TO MOTIVATE THE AUDIENCE • MAKE USE OF LOCAL SITUATIONS OR ANECDOTES THAT HELP PRESENT THE IMPORTANCE OF THE TOPIC IN A DRAMATIC FORM
  23. 23. WHEN HAVING YOUR ORAL PRESENTATION • ASK QUESTIONS TO CHECK IF THE AUDIENCE IS GETTING THE MESSAGE • OBSERVE THE REACTION OF THE AUDIENCE AT ALL TIMES • ADAPT THE LANGUAGE YOU USE TO THE LEVEL OF THE PARTICIPANTS. MAKE IT SIMPLE. • FINISH YOUR PRESENTATION SUMMARIZING THE MAIN TOPICS OF YOUR TALK • LEAVE TIME FOR QUESTIONS AND COMMENTS FROM THE AUDIENCE
  24. 24. INFORMATIVE CAPSULE IT IS ADDITIONAL AND COMPLEMENTARY INFORMATION OF A TOPIC IT IS WRITTEN IN SHORT SENTENCES NO MORE THAN 5 LINES LENGTH. THEY TAKE NO MORE THAN 5 MINUTES
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