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Using Nonprojected Visuals
in the Classroom
 Use large visuals that
everyone can see
simultaneously.
 Use visuals that a...
when students learning will be enhanced by….
Simplifying complex concepts
Seeing relationships
Depicting processes
Stimula...
Presentation
Software
Digital Visuals
Document
Cameras
Overhead
Transparencies
Projected Visuals
are defined here as media
formats in which still images are enlarged
and displayed on screen.
a medium of instruction that...
provides a format for displaying
computer-based visuals with a
digital projector.
most widely known presentation
software ...
Presentation
Software
Advantages
Limitations
Integration
Advantages:
Easily to create
and use.
Notes projected for
you and your
students.
Supports
inclusion of
multimedia.
Support...
Limitations:
•Too much on one slide
Just words
Too many “bells and
whistles”
Linear presentation
Integration:
All
subjects
Art
Biology
Business Music
Language
Arts
History
Consumer
and Family
Science
Science
Social
Stud...
Thank you!!!
Use visual
variety
Rehearse
Keep it
moving
Pause for
discussion
Avoid
irrelevant
images
Test
visually
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Non-projected visuals

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Non-projected visuals

  1. 1. Using Nonprojected Visuals in the Classroom  Use large visuals that everyone can see simultaneously.  Use visuals that are not cluttered with illegible details.  Cover irrelevant material with plain paper.  Hold visuals steady.  Limit the number of visuals used in a given period of time.  Keep your audience’s attention and help them learn from a visual.  Provide written or verbal cues
  2. 2. when students learning will be enhanced by…. Simplifying complex concepts Seeing relationships Depicting processes Stimulating interest Encouraging creativity
  3. 3. Presentation Software Digital Visuals Document Cameras Overhead Transparencies Projected Visuals
  4. 4. are defined here as media formats in which still images are enlarged and displayed on screen. a medium of instruction that heightens student interest and engagement.
  5. 5. provides a format for displaying computer-based visuals with a digital projector. most widely known presentation software is PowerPoint.
  6. 6. Presentation Software Advantages Limitations Integration
  7. 7. Advantages: Easily to create and use. Notes projected for you and your students. Supports inclusion of multimedia. Supports interactivity. Yields multiple formats.
  8. 8. Limitations: •Too much on one slide Just words Too many “bells and whistles” Linear presentation
  9. 9. Integration: All subjects Art Biology Business Music Language Arts History Consumer and Family Science Science Social Studies Theater Arts
  10. 10. Thank you!!!
  11. 11. Use visual variety Rehearse Keep it moving Pause for discussion Avoid irrelevant images Test visually

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