Unformatted text preview: Chapter Fourteen Quiz: Using Visual Aids Section Ifyou were showing statistical trends in a speech, the best visual aid to use would
probably be a pie graph. . .
(«ﬂ/Jae: c, Your textbook recommends that you use presentation technology to illustrate each point
in your speech. Research has shown that an average speaker who uses visual aids will come across as
more credible and better prepared than a speaker who does not use visual aids. When you are going to give an audience material to take home ﬁ'om a speech, you should usually distribute the material at the beginning of the speech.
' ~ .. A d In most circumstances, you should keep your visual aids on display throughout your
speech. Research has shown that visual aids can increase both the clarity and the persuasiveness
of a speaker’s message. Printing your visual aid in ALL CAPITAL letters: is aqgood way to make sure it will be
easyforthe audiencetoread. 9’01“ ‘7 O IQQJK A visual aid is only as useful as the explanation that goes with it.
Using visual aids can help a speaker combat stage ﬂight It is important to maintain strong eye contact with your audience when you are presenting
a visual aid. ...
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