GE2153 EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
TRADITIONAL MEDIA : HAND-OUTS
DONE BY :
a) Something given free to a needy person or organization.
b) A printed information provided; free of charge; especially to accompany a
lecture or to advertise something.
a) As a recall aid for the audience.
b) Audience can focus on understanding the points and figuring how they apply
instead of busy writing notes (information).
c) To save note-taking.
d) To stimulate thinking.
e) To guide and stimulate reading.
a) Highly detailed explanations (figures, stats, graphs).
b) As a reference in case the audience forget something after class.
a) Too much information on the handouts will distract the audience from
focussing (too engrossed).
b) Expensive to print in bulk.
c) Presentation become boring.
WHEN TO USE HAND-OUTS
i) Before Presentation : If you want your students to take notes.
ii) After Presentation : If you want the audience to concentrate because they might
get distracted by the handouts.
HOW TO USE THE HAND-OUTS
a) Select the most important information that will support your message.
b) Choose appropriate graphics to captivate interest.
c) Keep information organized and simple.