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  • 1. These are similar in many ways to charts, but are usually smaller, simpler and bolder in content and style. Their main uses in the learning environment are as a means of providing decoration atmosphere and motivation, although they can also be used to make or remind students of key points.
  • 2. SAMPLES OF POSTERS
  • 3. PURPOSES: To provide general motivation To create an atmospheric effect To communicate a more general idea. For the classroom and community
  • 4. FEATURES OF A GOOD POSTER  BREVITY- message should be concise.  SIMPLICITY- message should be easily understood  IDEA- should base on single idea and it should be relevant  COLOR- suitable color and combination should be used to make the poster attractive and eye catching.  DISPLAY- while displaying one should be sure to find a place where there is adequate light and where the larger population will see it.
  • 5. ADVANTAGES  It attracts attention  It convey the message very quickly  It does not require a detailed study  Good poster leads to action with good motivation  It can stand alone and is self explanatory
  • 6.  Having caught the viewer's attention, the poster should get across its message clearly and quickly; this message should therefore be a simple one, capable of being taken in at a glance.  poster should also be visually attractive, even though its subject matter may be anything but pleasant (warnings about health hazards, the dangers of equipment, etc).  Apart from these points,the techniques for producing posters are basically the same as those described above for producing charts and wallcharts.
  • 7. DISADVANTAGES Posters does not always give enough information When a poster is seen for longer time, it may not be attractive. So it should be dynamic.
  • 8. DISADVANTAGES Posters does not always give enough information When a poster is seen for longer time, it may not be attractive. So it should be dynamic.
  • 9.  Having caught the viewer's attention, the poster should get across its message clearly and quickly; this message should therefore be a simple one, capable of being taken in at a glance.  A poster should also be visually attractive, even though its subject matter may be anything but pleasant (warnings about health hazards, the dangers of equipment, etc).  Apart from these points,the techniques for producing posters are basically the same as those described above for producing charts and wallcharts. PRODUCING YOUR OWN POSTERS
  • 10. THANK YOU!

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