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Unformatted text preview: 6. The material for your visual aid should be easily transportable, easy to setup and take away, easy to understand, and easy to grasp the concept. 7. If you are going to use equipment that you need to set up, you should rehearse and prepare your materials ahead of time. 8. If you use audiotape as your visual aid, cue the tap to the exact point at which you want it to begin, before you arrive so that there is no interruption in your presentation. 9. When using PowerPoint, make sure that the presentation doesn’t upstage the speaker and overpower the message. 10. PowerPoint presentations should not be used to cover up weak content or take the place of a speech instead of enhancing it. By limiting the number of slides you use and making sure you’re not reading word from word from your presentation, the slides will enhance, rather than overshadow the presentation....
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This note was uploaded on 07/13/2011 for the course SPEECH 151 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at Cornell.
- Spring '11