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THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE INEFFECTIVE Presentation Aids and why just because you use power point doesn’t mean you’re doing it right
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WHY SHOULD WE USE THEM? Really presentation aids Focus attention of audience Makes ideas easier to understand Aids in memory Can add professionalism (ethos) “Visuals can spark interest, build emotional connections, clarify your words, explain abstract ideas, help draw conclusions, or increase understanding”. 13-2
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the rhetorical situation should apply Think about your audience and their needs and abilities What resources will you have at your disposal? Always have a back up plan
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TYPES OF VISUAL AIDS personal appearance We talked about this with delivery Again, think about the rhetorical Situation Dress to impress? Dress to not distract
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TYPES CONT. objects and props
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Unformatted text preview: posters and flip charts audio and video handouts slideware TIPS don’t talk to V.A. Make sure everyone can see them Font size Color and type should support argument/idea but not make it one visual aid for one argument don’t clutter show when tell TIPS, CONT. body placement don’t pass around (rule of 3) practice w/ it Select visual aids that will have the greatest impact on your audience. Design visuals so they can be understood within 3 seconds Read Chapter 13 of your text … there’s more! don’t use chalkboard Take 2-3 minutes: a. Where in your speech are there a lot of Numbers? b. Is there somewhere in your speech where You talk about an object? c. Is there somewhere in your speech where You want to emphasize a point?...
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