SUDEEP SAURABH BARA
A demonstration methods is an illustrated presentation that
requires a trainer to demonstrate to the participate how to
do a thing.
It is a visual, practical presentation accompanied by
This method will suit a wide rage of objectives with specific
Types of Demonstration
- Purely visual method of instruction
Demonstration with commentary
- Harmonious blend of visual and verbal modes of
- Allows students to attempt either to replicate all or parts
Having verbal and visual components, participants have the
opportunity of learning key points
During interaction the participants are in a position to clarify
their own learning needs, raise queries and clear their
The trainer can control the pace and easily alter to meet the
needs of the group. It can be repeated if necessary.
It enables the trainer to relate the principles and theories to
real world situation.
Required equipment may not always be available or
maybe too sophisticated to be used in a real life situation.
A demonstration must be properly prepared and
organized carefully, if not done properly, the effect is lost.
If it is a large group, it may be difficult for all to observe the
Characteristics of a
Provide prior relevant information
Carry out the demonstration slowly so the participates do not
miss any key points
Ensure that you talk to the group not to the equipment
Make sure the demonstration is visible
Maintain two way communication with the participants.
Summarize the activity of the session
Evaluate the learning exercise
Preparing for a demonstration
Plan to keep it short and simple with a few key points as
Ensure that the steps are not only logical but also appear to
be logical to the participants
Start from the basic concepts and build on this to include
difficult steps that the participants must understand and
You must double check your objectives
Plan your introduction carefully.