A Powerful presentation <br />By: Jillian Ginsberg<br />
Teaching Visually<br />Students start visually learning throughout their educational experiences<br /> A teacher must make sure they include specific material in the visual aid like : visual elements, visual text, and affective elements.<br />Visual elements would include graphics , pictures, organizational visual, and symbols<br />Visual text is the textual presentation : font size, words, colors and the size of the font<br />Affective elements are things that help the viewer to have a emotion about the visual presentation, like humor or saddness<br />
Machines That Help Visual Imagery <br />The next few slides will give teachers an example of tools they can use to teach students visually.<br />Each machine has a different visual purpose and is a wonderful tool for teachers.<br />
Using Overhead Projectors and Transparencies<br />The overhead projector and the transparencies that they project offer some different ways to learn in the classroom. <br />Transparencies offer teachers an easy way to keep an eye on their students <br />They give a teacher the option to create their own visual aids.<br />These visuals should be used as a supplement to each chapter in the book and can be fun for students to follow . <br />
Digital Projectors<br /><ul><li>Digital Projectors are beneficial to teachers as well because educators can show these slides to a larger group of students.
Even though this form of projection is costly whiteboards are effective because they are more interactive when dealing with students.
When using websites like www.prometheanplanent.com teachers can purchase training to help utilize the equipment in the classroom
Digital Projectors also make it easier for them to portray the information to students in an easier fashion.</li></li></ul><li>Creating Videos <br />Creating videos is a wonderful way to teach a group of older children maybe second –third grade as minimum.<br />Students can learn from other students by these videos and it might be easier to break down a chapter in the text this way.<br />It is a great tool to use to create a tight nit classroom. <br />
Impelenting Videos<br />When watching videos teachers should prepare the classroom by writing objectives keeping them engaged for the video .<br />Teachers should maybe create a study guide or ask them to write twenty facts or so about the film.<br />Turning off the movie during certain scenes to go into further detail about the film would be a wonderful way to keep students at attention.<br />Videos should have some structure off of the text or section of reading , Teachers are the ones who judge this because they are responsible for children’s education.<br />
Reference Page<br />www.prometheanplanent.com<br />Bringing Down the House: Sensational Knock-Your-Socks off Presentations, How to Deliver a Presentation Power and Pizzazz<br />Teaching and Learning with Technology <br /> Pages 328,333,349,350<br />