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Nontechnical Instructional Materials
Nontechnical Instructional Materials
Nontechnical Instructional Materials
Nontechnical Instructional Materials
Nontechnical Instructional Materials
Nontechnical Instructional Materials
Nontechnical Instructional Materials
Nontechnical Instructional Materials
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Nontechnical Instructional Materials

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Here is a video of some materials you can use whenever you do not have availability of such things as a projector, internet or other technological commodities.

Here is a video of some materials you can use whenever you do not have availability of such things as a projector, internet or other technological commodities.

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  • 1. Nontechnical Instructional Materials
  • 2. 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.
  • 3. 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.
  • 4. 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.
  • 5. 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.
  • 6. 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.
  • 7. 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.
  • 8. • 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
  • 9. 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

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