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    • In the name of ALLAH, who is beneficent and merciful
    • Presentation: Visual Aids
    • Visual Aids?
    • Goals of the session:
      • Introduction
      • Purposes
      • Types
      • Advantages & Disadvantages
      • Appeals
      • Conclusion
    • What is Visual Aids?
    • A Visual aid is a graphical object or representation that may be used to clarify or enhance understanding of a concept or processes. The best way to insure success in learning is to present information in different formats for different people.
    • Examples of Visual Aids: Static : Snapshots, Graphs, Maps. Dynamic : Movies, animations, simulations .
    • Why we use visual aids? Purposes
    • Save time and add interest. Improve listener understanding. Improve listener retention. Allow for different learning styles. Stimulate development of attitude. Allow for different learning style.
    • Types of Visual Aids
    • Chalk Board
    • Dry Eraser Board
    • Slide Projector
    • Video/DVD
    • PowerPoint
    • Appeals?
    • Positive mood  draws attention   product is used But, . . . . . . (a) Not sufficient to merely attract attention (b) Repetition reduces ability to hold attention (c) Humour is subjective Humour Appeal:
    • Fear Appeal Negative consequences of not using product  product is used Threat, with implications of danger Relationship between fear & persuasion
    • Some personal emotions that can drive Individuals to purchase products include Safety, fear, love, humor, joy, happiness, pride, pleasure, comfort, ambition etc. Personal Appeal
    • Advantages & Disadvantages
    • Increase understanding/Interest Save time Enhance attention Help control nervousness Develop awareness among people Enhance Sale of products Neglected areas can be captured Advantages:
    • Disadvantages: Wastage of money Increase the price More Expensive Difficult to understand Reality Based