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Types of presentation aids

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Types of presentation aids

  1. 1. Types of Presentation Aids<br />By Sally Bold<br />
  2. 2. What is Presentations Aids?<br />Can help listeners to<br />To understand and remember the key points<br />To see relationships among the concept<br />To evaluate complex ideas and data quickly<br />
  3. 3. Select an Appropriate Aid<br />Props and models<br />Graphs<br />Charts<br />Videos<br />Audio<br />Multimedia<br />
  4. 4. Prop<br />Can be inanimate or live object<br />Could capture the audience <br />Illustrate or emphasize the Key Points <br />
  5. 5. Model<br />What is this?<br />Three dimensional<br />Scale size representation of an object<br />Use for what?<br />Engineering<br />Architecture<br />Medicine<br />And others<br />
  6. 6. Chart<br />Visually represents data and their relationship to other data<br />Types<br />Flowchart<br />Diagram<br />Table<br />
  7. 7. Audio and Video<br />Audio<br />Add interest to presentation<br />Illustrate ideas<br />Types<br />Short recording<br />Music<br />Speech<br />VIdeo<br />Types<br />Movie<br />Television<br />Other recording instruments<br />Also software programs<br />
  8. 8. Multimedia<br />Combines stills, sound, video, text and data<br />Make sure alert to audience before you show the tape<br />Reiterate the main points of audio or video clip once it’s over<br />Check all the material you are using is copyrighted<br />
  9. 9. Project Overhead Transparencies<br />It’s an image printed on transparent sheet of acetate than can be viewed by projection.<br />Check the projector prior to use<br />Stand side of the projector<br />Use a pointer to indicate the specific or a transparent<br />Practice before you speech<br />Use heavy paper, so it won’t move during the speech<br />
  10. 10. Prepare flip Chart<br />It’s simply a large (27-34inch) pad of paper n which a speaker can draw visual aids.<br />Progress through the speech<br />Simply flip through the next exhibit<br />You can draw while you talk<br />
  11. 11. Use Posters<br />Size is a large 36x56inch paper board<br />Combination of data text and pictures<br />You can create posters by hand or generate them using presentation software<br />
  12. 12. Rehearse well<br />Timing is critical<br />You must rehearse the entire speech at least twice<br />Talk to your audience rather than talking to screen<br />Maintain Eye contact<br />Practice till you become confident<br />
  13. 13. Citation<br />O’hair. Dan Hannah Rubenstein, and Rob Steward A Poket Guide to Public Speaking Third edition. Boston, Bedford/St. Martin’s 2010.<br />
  14. 14. Thank you<br />

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