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Using Presentation Aids

(Def) Presentation aid Anything tangible (drawing, charts, graphs, video images, photographs, sounds) that help communicate an idea to an audience
Reasons presentation aids are useful: (5) They help your audience understand your understand and remember your message. They communicate the organization of your message. They gain and maintain audience attention and illustrate a sequence of events or procedures.
(Def) Visual rhetoric the use of images as an integrated element in the total communication effort a speaker makes to achieve the speaking goal
(Def) Model A small object that represents a larger object
(Def) Chart a display that summarizes information by using words, numbers or images
Downside of chalkboard/white board usage back to the audience while write
How to develop effective power points visuals (5) make visuals simple and unified. Choose fonts and colors carefully and make your visuals well in advance of your presentation
Created by: kccroy