CHAPTER 13
Adapting (Verbally) and Visually
Speech Action Steps
1. Choose a Topic & Goal
2. Develop Content
3. Organize and Develop Material
4. Adapt Material to Audi...
Speech Action Steps
Step 4
Adapt
LO2:
Developing
Visual Aids
LO3:
Displaying
Action Step 4: Adapt – Visual Aids
LO2: Developing
Benefits
Types
Choosing
Designing
Action Step 4: Adapt – Visual Aids
Benefits:
• Clarifies message
• Retain information
• Different learning styles
• Speake...
Action Step 4: Adapt – Visual Aids
• “Presentation AID”
Types of Presentation Aids
Objects Models Photographs
Diagrams Maps Charts
Graphs Audio Audiovisual
Types of Presentation Aids
•Seen
•Simple
•Safe
•Self or another
Objects or Models
Types of Presentation Aids
•Student examples
•Bees
Photographs
Example: Photograph
• Cape Hatteras
Lighthouse
Source: National Park Service
Types of Presentation Aids
•Student examples
•Palm reading
Diagrams
Figure 1. Source: waiting.com
Types of Presentation Aids
•Size
•Relationships
Maps
Example: Maps
Types of Presentation Aids
•Visual display
•Complex info
•Shows relationships
Charts
Word Chart
Tuition per semester - 2011
Lenoir-Rhyne $13,262
Gardner-Webb $11,560
UNCC $2,720
Mitchell $1,064
http://www.so...
Types of Presentation Aids
•Bar
•Line
•Pie
Graphs
Word Chart
Tuition per semester - 2011
Lenoir-Rhyne $13,262
Gardner-Webb $11,560
UNCC $2,720
Mitchell $1,064
http://www.so...
Bar Graph
$0
$2,000
$4,000
$6,000
$8,000
$10,000
$12,000
$14,000
2007 Tuition
Lenoir Rhyne
Gardner Webb
UNC Charlotte
Mitc...
Line Graph
$0
$2,000
$4,000
$6,000
$8,000
$10,000
$12,000
$14,000
$16,000
1995 2000 2005 2011
Tuition
Change in Tuition
GW...
Pie Graph
Funding Sources
State
County
Institution
Types of Presentation Aids
•Short clips
•TEST!!
Audio /
Audiovisual
Choosing Presentation Aids
Important
Ideas
Complex
Ideas
Adds
Interest
Limit
Number
Audience
Size
Easy to
Use
Time &
Expen...
Preparing Presentation Aids
• Print
• Layout
• Color
Preparing Presentations Aids
Layout
• Limit the reading required of the audience. The
audience should not spend a long time reading the visual
aid; you...
Simplify: The Rule of Six
• Six lines of text
• Six words across
• Write as phrases
• Do not use sentences
Print
• Keep the typeface easy to read
• Use Upper and Lowercase letters
• Keep the typeface easy to read
• Use Upper and ...
Print
• Easier to read:
• Tahoma
• Arial
• Verdana
• Less easy to read:
• Times New Roman
Color
• Use same color background
• Black, deep blue for lettering
• Use bright colors to highlight info
• No more than fo...
Example
• Approximately 28% of adults in Iredell County have an
Associates Degree or higher
• 2010 US Census Data
In Iredell County
28
72
Degree
AA or higher
Less than AA
Action Step 4: Adapt – Visual Aids
LO3: Displaying
Posters • Stations
Whiteboard • Collaboration
Handouts • Complex info, ...
Speech Action Steps
Step 4
Adapt
LO2:
Developing
Visual Aids
LO3:
Displaying
Step 5
Delivery
LO6: Handling
Presentation
Ai...
COM 110 Ch 13 Step 4 Visual Aids
COM 110 Ch 13 Step 4 Visual Aids
COM 110 Ch 13 Step 4 Visual Aids
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COM 110 Ch 13 Step 4 Visual Aids

  1. 1. CHAPTER 13 Adapting (Verbally) and Visually
  2. 2. Speech Action Steps 1. Choose a Topic & Goal 2. Develop Content 3. Organize and Develop Material 4. Adapt Material to Audience (Visual Aids) 5. Practice
  3. 3. Speech Action Steps Step 4 Adapt LO2: Developing Visual Aids LO3: Displaying
  4. 4. Action Step 4: Adapt – Visual Aids LO2: Developing Benefits Types Choosing Designing
  5. 5. Action Step 4: Adapt – Visual Aids Benefits: • Clarifies message • Retain information • Different learning styles • Speaker credibility & confidence
  6. 6. Action Step 4: Adapt – Visual Aids • “Presentation AID”
  7. 7. Types of Presentation Aids Objects Models Photographs Diagrams Maps Charts Graphs Audio Audiovisual
  8. 8. Types of Presentation Aids •Seen •Simple •Safe •Self or another Objects or Models
  9. 9. Types of Presentation Aids •Student examples •Bees Photographs
  10. 10. Example: Photograph • Cape Hatteras Lighthouse Source: National Park Service
  11. 11. Types of Presentation Aids •Student examples •Palm reading Diagrams
  12. 12. Figure 1. Source: waiting.com
  13. 13. Types of Presentation Aids •Size •Relationships Maps
  14. 14. Example: Maps
  15. 15. Types of Presentation Aids •Visual display •Complex info •Shows relationships Charts
  16. 16. Word Chart Tuition per semester - 2011 Lenoir-Rhyne $13,262 Gardner-Webb $11,560 UNCC $2,720 Mitchell $1,064 http://www.soicc.state.nc.us
  17. 17. Types of Presentation Aids •Bar •Line •Pie Graphs
  18. 18. Word Chart Tuition per semester - 2011 Lenoir-Rhyne $13,262 Gardner-Webb $11,560 UNCC $2,720 Mitchell $1,064 http://www.soicc.state.nc.us
  19. 19. Bar Graph $0 $2,000 $4,000 $6,000 $8,000 $10,000 $12,000 $14,000 2007 Tuition Lenoir Rhyne Gardner Webb UNC Charlotte Mitchell CC
  20. 20. Line Graph $0 $2,000 $4,000 $6,000 $8,000 $10,000 $12,000 $14,000 $16,000 1995 2000 2005 2011 Tuition Change in Tuition GW UNCC
  21. 21. Pie Graph Funding Sources State County Institution
  22. 22. Types of Presentation Aids •Short clips •TEST!! Audio / Audiovisual
  23. 23. Choosing Presentation Aids Important Ideas Complex Ideas Adds Interest Limit Number Audience Size Easy to Use Time & Expense
  24. 24. Preparing Presentation Aids • Print • Layout • Color
  25. 25. Preparing Presentations Aids
  26. 26. Layout • Limit the reading required of the audience. The audience should not spend a long time reading the visual aid; you want them listening to you. Limit the total number of lines on an aid to six or fewer, and write points as short phrases rather than complete sentences. There should be as little text on the screen as possible to communicate the ideas.
  27. 27. Simplify: The Rule of Six • Six lines of text • Six words across • Write as phrases • Do not use sentences
  28. 28. Print • Keep the typeface easy to read • Use Upper and Lowercase letters • Keep the typeface easy to read • Use Upper and Lowercase letters • ALL UPPERCASE IS HARD TO READ
  29. 29. Print • Easier to read: • Tahoma • Arial • Verdana • Less easy to read: • Times New Roman
  30. 30. Color • Use same color background • Black, deep blue for lettering • Use bright colors to highlight info • No more than four colors • Use the “templates” • Student example
  31. 31. Example • Approximately 28% of adults in Iredell County have an Associates Degree or higher • 2010 US Census Data
  32. 32. In Iredell County 28 72 Degree AA or higher Less than AA
  33. 33. Action Step 4: Adapt – Visual Aids LO3: Displaying Posters • Stations Whiteboard • Collaboration Handouts • Complex info, need for reference Projected • Almost all visual aid types available
  34. 34. Speech Action Steps Step 4 Adapt LO2: Developing Visual Aids LO3: Displaying Step 5 Delivery LO6: Handling Presentation Aids

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