Flip Charts A flip chart is a stationery item resembling a whiteboard that usually has a pad of paper sheets fixed to it. Flip charts are great for uses in the classroom and in meetings, because it gives you the ease to move quickly and have everything written down at the end.
Flip Charts Advantages Disadvantages They are inexpensive. They can be informal. Highly adaptable to ANY They require good handwriting. situation. They are not good for large They can be produced on the spot. group meetings. You can use it for meetings regarding anything from suggestions to brainstorming on a new project.
Design tips Use bold colors to write on them and capture the viewers attention. Should be legible and a fair size so everyone can see. Make notes on a corner of the paper so you dont lose track of what your saying. Add a border to give it a certain degree of formality.
Posters Posters are very practical, as well as necessary in many situations. Any person can benefit from a poster. Ex: salesperson, teacher, trainer in a seminar, etc.
Brown Paper You can use it and save it for later uses. They can easily be put up on the walls and make great murals. Everyone can work simultaneously on the same paper or project. When given a bigger piece of paper children tend to express themselves easier.
Charts and Graphs Do you have an issue that can be simplified for your audience by showing it graphically? Charts help clarify complex concepts and show relationships between complex numbers and/or confusing situations.
• There are four tips to make good charts and/or graphs, like:1. Make sure your headlines are clear and well structured.2.Label every element of thechart or graph.3. Don’t overload your presentation with charts and graphs
4. Remember some people in your audience won’t relate to chart and graphs. Even if you think it’s perfectly obvious, plan to explain every point thoroughly:-What any abbreviations or symbols stand for-What the chart is showing-What each of the elements means-What relationships are represented