Public Speaking for College & Career: Presentation Aids Flashcards


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Advantages of Visual Aids

  1. Can make ideas clear and understandable
  2. Can make a speech more interesting
  3. Can help an audience remember facts and details
  4. can make long complicated explanations unnecessary
  5. can help prove a point
  6. can add to you credibility
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Graphs

  • help audiences understand and retain statistical data
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Line Graph

  • uses a horizontal and vertical scale to show trends and the relationship between two variables
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Bar Graph

  • consists of horizontal or vertical bars that contrast two or more variables
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Pie Graph

  • a circle representing 100 percent and divided into segments of various sizes
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Pictorial Graph

  • visually translates information into a picture that can be grasped instantly
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Charts

  • provide information in an easily, digested form
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Information Chart

  • a convenient way of presenting main points or steps in a process
  • example:
    • table
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Table

  • numbers or words arranged systemically in rows and columns
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Flip Chart

  • a large book consisting of blank sheets that can be flipped over to present information sequentially
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Handout

  • material distributed to an audience as part of a speaker's presentation
  • the listeners can take these with them when the speech is over
  • can sometimes cause a distraction
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Visual presenter

  • a document camera/ELMO
  • is a camera mounted on a stand and pointed at a platform below
  • produces images of both 2-D and 3-D images
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Overhead Transparencies

  • clear sheets on which visuals are drawn or printed, and then viewed by light shining from an overhead projector