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Posters

  1. 1. These are similar in many ways to charts, but are usually smaller, simpler and bolder in content and style. Their main uses in the learning environment are as a means of providing decoration atmosphere and motivation, although they can also be used to make or remind students of key points.
  2. 2. SAMPLES OF POSTERS
  3. 3. PURPOSES: To provide general motivation To create an atmospheric effect To communicate a more general idea. For the classroom and community
  4. 4. FEATURES OF A GOOD POSTER  BREVITY- message should be concise.  SIMPLICITY- message should be easily understood  IDEA- should base on single idea and it should be relevant  COLOR- suitable color and combination should be used to make the poster attractive and eye catching.  DISPLAY- while displaying one should be sure to find a place where there is adequate light and where the larger population will see it.
  5. 5. ADVANTAGES  It attracts attention  It convey the message very quickly  It does not require a detailed study  Good poster leads to action with good motivation  It can stand alone and is self explanatory
  6. 6.  Having caught the viewer's attention, the poster should get across its message clearly and quickly; this message should therefore be a simple one, capable of being taken in at a glance.  poster should also be visually attractive, even though its subject matter may be anything but pleasant (warnings about health hazards, the dangers of equipment, etc).  Apart from these points,the techniques for producing posters are basically the same as those described above for producing charts and wallcharts.
  7. 7. DISADVANTAGES Posters does not always give enough information When a poster is seen for longer time, it may not be attractive. So it should be dynamic.
  8. 8. DISADVANTAGES Posters does not always give enough information When a poster is seen for longer time, it may not be attractive. So it should be dynamic.
  9. 9.  Having caught the viewer's attention, the poster should get across its message clearly and quickly; this message should therefore be a simple one, capable of being taken in at a glance.  A poster should also be visually attractive, even though its subject matter may be anything but pleasant (warnings about health hazards, the dangers of equipment, etc).  Apart from these points,the techniques for producing posters are basically the same as those described above for producing charts and wallcharts. PRODUCING YOUR OWN POSTERS
  10. 10. THANK YOU!

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