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Title: A How-To Guide for Using PowerPoint as a Presentation Aid


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How to Use Audiovisual Presentation Aids
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Sources
  • Beebe and Beebe (2006). The Concise Public
    Speaking Handbook.
  • Franklin and Clark (2001). Essentials of Speech
    Communication.
  • The St. Martins Guide to Public Speaking (2003).

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Audiovisual Aids
  • Anything that audience members can see or hear
    (in addition to your speech) that helps them
    understand and remember your speech topic.

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Audiovisual Aids
  • Value in audiovisual aids
  • Types of audiovisual aids
  • Guidelines in preparing audiovisual aids
  • Guidelines in delivering audiovisual aids

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Value in Audiovisual Aids
  • Audiovisual aids can enhance understanding and
    simplify a complex message.
  • Facts and concepts are more likely to be learned
    / remembered if they are accompanied by visual
    cues.

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Value in Audiovisual Aids
  • Audiovisual aids can help keep an audiences
    attention.
  • Audiovisual aids can help illustrate a sequence
    of events or procedure.

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Value in Audiovisual Aids
  • Brainstorm some examples when Audiovisual aids
    has improved or clarified a presentation.

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Audiovisual Aids
  • Value in audiovisual aids
  • Types of audiovisual aids
  • Guidelines in preparing audiovisual aids
  • Guidelines in delivering audiovisual aids

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Types of Audiovisual Aids
The Speaker
  • The speaker sometimes becomes a visual aid when
    an explanation requires modeling.
  • -- Physical movement
  • -- Clothing

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Types of Audiovisual Aids
Physical Objects
  • Any physical object can be a visual aid.

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Types of Audiovisual Aids
Assistants
  • Use an assistant when a demonstration might cut
    into speech time or decrease interaction with
    audience.

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Types of Audiovisual Aids
Maps, Charts Graphs
  • Map a visual representation of geography.
  • Chart any graphic representation that summarizes
    information and ideas.
  • Graph usually employed to show a quantitative
    relationship.

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Types of Audiovisual Aids
Drawings and Photographs
  • Use a drawing or photograph to depict what is
    being described orally.

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Types of Audiovisual Aids
Computer Technology PowerPoint
  • Use software programs to create tables, charts,
    and graphs.
  • PowerPoint can help visualize text, illustrations
    and photographs.

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Types of Audiovisual Aids
Audio Aids
  • For audio aids consider CDs.
  • Some presentations may benefit from multiple
    audio aids.

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Audiovisual Aids
  • Value in audiovisual aids
  • Types of audiovisual aids
  • Guidelines in preparing audiovisual aids
  • Guidelines in delivering audiovisual aids

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Guidelines for Preparing Audiovisual Aids
  • Be sure that the audiovisual aid supports your
    point.
  • Consider your audience analysis when deciding
    what audiovisual aids you will use.
  • Make sure your audio aid is loud and clear.
  • Make sure your visual aid is large enough to be
    seen.

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Guidelines for Preparing Audiovisual Aids
  • Make sure your visual aid is legible and easily
    understood.
  • Follow the rules of contrast.
  • Use dark colors against light backgrounds and
    light colors against dark backgrounds
  • Keep the message of the audiovisual aid simple.
  • Do not create the audiovisual aid while you speak.

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Is this a good Visual Aid?
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My Family
  • William and Allison at the cabin

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  • Allison fishing

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  • Summer 2009

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  • William at the Twins game

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Audiovisual Aids
  • Value in audiovisual aids
  • Types of audiovisual aids
  • Guidelines in preparing audiovisual aids
  • Guidelines in delivering audiovisual aids

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Guidelines for Delivering Audiovisual Aids
  • Make sure your audiovisual aid is accessible to
    everyone in your audience.
  • Control audience interaction with your
    audiovisual aid.
  • Do not use the visual aid as an excuse to avoid
    looking at your audience.

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Guidelines for Delivering Audiovisual Aids
  • Remember the role that the audiovisual aid plays
    in your speech.
  • Visual aids should be displayed only during the
    time that you are using them to make a point in
    your speech.

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PowerPoint Contest
  • 3 - 5 slides
  • Whatever main points you want for an informative
    speech but explain how your visual works into
    your speech

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Informative Speech on
  • Interlaken, Switzerland
  • Cinque Terre, Italy
  • Dingle Peninsula, Ireland
  • Bayeux, France
  • Salzburg, Austria
  • Barcelona, Spain
  • Bruges, Belgium

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