A further discussion of the preparation of the visuals for a filmstrip will be found, combined with the preparation of sound, under Sound Slidefilm Projectors. The teaching learning programmes have also been affected by it. The next problem is the method whereby the speaker, in the course of giving his presentation, remembers to use the aids. What techniques might help you present your argument or results in a stimulating way? Slide 5 is a photograph of a map which can be reduced by a photographer at the 3:4 proportion ratio Slide 6 would be prepared by an art studio The artist takes a piece of celluloid which fits over the map and hand-letters the numbers on the celluloid. With the wise selection and use of a variety of instructional devices or audio-visual materials, experiences can b; provided that will develop understanding. When he explains the story that will unfold in the motion picture and how much it will cost to tell the message to the community, various civic groups may be willing to undertake the production as a public service venture.
A personal account at close range will never be replaced by any other method of conveying ideas, particularly when the audience must be convinced as well as informed. Encourage children to make their own visual aids and present them to the class as part of a hands-on project, such as a science fair experiment. Thus, different programs for various kinds of audiences could be prepared. Many motion picture producers now provide a wide variety of audio-visual services — from a 35 mm. At some universities, , , trees, and walls often become impromptu postering sites in areas where official boards are sparse in number. This type of continuity can be carried through all of a planner's different presentations, as well as the agency's publications.
An extra-long remote control cord and a lens to enlarge the picture dimensions would be of value to the planner. Used in the text as processed movie film. Let's look at a typical situation before a typical audience. Simplicity: Too many words should not be used on a paper. Some Rules to Follow when Using Visual Aids The following are some practices to use and some to avoid when using visual aids. Feature stories on the problems of planning, its basic goals and philosophy, or on the planners themselves, may come as an occasional publicity bonus.
Figure 7 Portable sound slidefilm projector and carrying case. The illustrations, of course, must be on completely flexible paper. However, remember to restrict their use to key moments in your presentation; an over use of visual aids can be hard to follow. Red-orange is the most eye-catching and attracting shade, but it is not always psychologically correct. However, once you have written something on the board you will either have to leave it there or rub it off - both can be distracting to your audience. For example, the average member of a public audience will understand that an area of the map covered with vertical lines represents residential areas, without going into details of apartment and single-family areas.
A list of topics, figures or other tabulated information may be discussed a line at a time by placing a sheet of paper over the transparency, and drawing it down only enough to reveal each item as it comes under discussion. A planner studies English before he attempts to write. Be creative and deliberate in your choice of images to achieve the most impact. A series of stiff cards, usually small enough to be held in the hands, each of which is imprinted with one or more key words. Negative to Positive The urban renewal example used above illustrates another principle of visual presentation.
Most presentations do not limit to just viewable content but the voice of the presenter has to reach to the audience through a well formulated arrangement. Equipment which will project the image contained on a small transparent slide, usually 35 mm. Public relations men in your area who are interested in public service may help add a professional touch to a presentation through advice and ideas. If a heart murmur sounds softer may indicate that the hole is larger. Each element must be analyzed in regard to the others as to size, weight, structure, form, color, texture, and the direction in which it tends to lead the eye. The commission reviewed many studies and made recommendations to our city council. The plotted points are connected to one another, instead of the base thus producing the curve.
Unless having the documents in front of your audience is absolutely critical to the success of the presentation, handouts should be distributed at the end of the presentation. Rather than expecting the audience to follow your spoken description of an experiment or process, write each stage on the board, including any complex terminology or precise references to help your audience take accurate notes. She makes sure everyone else is happy and safe before she is. Most tape recorders can be used to place the sound on the tape, as well as reproduce it. Given out in the middle and your audience will inevitably read rather than listen. Film World and A-V World.
In 1979, when he is graduating from high school, our town should look like this. Fortunately, many communities seem to consider the planning agency to be a speakers' bureau. Through the use of some excellent visual aids, they build anticipation and keen interest. The message on the cards must be brief and to the point. Consider the merits of passing round your handouts at the beginning, middle and end of a presentation.