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  • 1. Lesson 13:A picture is worth a thousand words Course: Communication Techniques Instructor: I. Pomazanovschi, IRIM
  • 2. Show visual aids only when you are talking about them
  • 3. Talk about visual aid while you are showing it
  • 4. Show so that everyone can see them
  • 5. Talk to your audience and NOT to your visual aid
  • 6. Think of all the possible hazards before you decide to pass objects around the class
  • 7. Do not overdo the use of visual aids
  • 8. Stand to the side of the visual aid. Traditionally, spea kers have the visual aid on their left.
  • 9. Reference• http://suite101.com/article/visual-aids-for- public-speaking-a27254• http://www.teacherjoe.us/PublicSpeaking14.html• http://www.speaking.pitt.edu/student/public- speaking/visualaids.html• https://www.changingtools.com/visual-aids.php• http://www.education.com/study- help/article/believing/