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Part: TWO TEACHING THE STRATEGIC PRESENT... > Match the Visuals to the Words

Chapter 7. Match the Visuals to the Words

To be effective, visual aids must be appropriate, clear, consistent, and dynamic. They do not, however, require an advanced degree in Presentation Software to prepare, and you do not need extensive knowledge in computer technology to teach preparation of visual aids.

Your purpose in this section of the training class is to teach four critical elements for visual aid design and use, not how to actually use PowerPoint or some other presentation software. If you happen to be technologically proficient, you certainly can answer their questions or demonstrate techniques in your own presentation, but your students can take a computer class to learn the mechanics. The four elements—appropriateness, clarity, consistency, and dynamism—are important to all forms of visual aids, and the rules apply at all levels of proficiency.


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