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Visual Presentation  Tutorial For  A Speaker’s Guidebook: Text and Reference,  2/e ©2004 Bedford/St. Martin’s
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Presentation Aids Objects, models, pictures, graphs,  charts, video, audio, and multimedia  used in the context of a speech. Help students see relationships among  concepts, store and remember material,  and critically examine key ideas.
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Seeing (and Hearing) Is Believing Audiovisual aids can enhance  understanding and retention of  concepts. Facts and concepts are more likely to  be learned if they are accompanied by  visual cues. Audiovisual aids should be relevant to  the speech topic.
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Types of Presentation Aids The speaker sometimes becomes a  visual aid when an explanation requires  modeling. Physical movement Clothing The Speaker
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Types of Presentation Aids prop  can be any live or inanimate  object that captures audience attention  and emphasizes key points. model  is a three-dimensional scale- size representation of an object. Props and models
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Types of Presentation Aids Picture :   two-dimensional  representation of people, places,  ideas, or objects produced on an  opaque backing.  Diagram:  explains how something  works or how it is constructed or  operated. Pictures (photographs, drawings, diagrams,  maps, posters)
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Map :   a representation of a whole or a  part of an area on a flat surface.  Poster:  A large, bold, two-dimensional  design incorporating words, shapes,  and if desired, color, placed on an  opaque backing. Types of Presentation Aids Pictures (photographs, drawings, diagrams,  maps, posters)
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Types of Presentation Aids Graph:  represents numerical data in  visual form. Line graph:  displays one measurement,  usually plotted on the horizontal axis, and  units of measurement or values, plotted on  the vertical axis.  Bar graph:  uses bars of varying lengths to  compare quantities or magnitudes.  Graphs and Charts
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Graphs and Charts Pie graph:  depicts the division of a whole.   The pie, which represents 100 percent, is  divided into portions or segments called  slices. Each slice constitutes a percentage  of the whole. Pictogram:  shows a comparison in picture  form.  Types of Presentation Aids
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Types of Presentation Aids Chart:  visually organizes complex  information into compact form. Flowchart:  a diagram that shows step- by-step progression through a  procedure, a relationship, or a process.
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