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So visual aids can be extremely useful if you avoid cluttering your presentation with them and include only those that serve a clear purpose. 51 52 A variety of visual aids is available for speakers. In Lesson 10, "Visual Aids," we covered the process of evaluating the number and types of slides for your presentation. In this lesson we look at how to present your visuals most effectively. I l@ve RuBoard I l@ve RuBoard Make Your Visuals Work Whether you use traditional visuals such as flip charts and models, or the cutting-edge technology of PowerPoint, how you present them is key to how well they work in your presentation.
Or you can begin with the central message, then ask the question. 45 46 Open-ended questions can also be used almost anywhere in the body of a presentation where they seem to work. You might even ask an open-ended question in the closing of your presentation. Then restate your central message and follow up with a call to action. This is a powerful sequence for your listeners to experience just before they leave the presentation. Plan and Refine Dialogue Questions If you decide to use dialogue questions in your presentation, here are a few points to keep in mind: • Prepare the questions carefully during the planning stage of your presentation.
The rule of thumb is this: Project the slide onto a screen and stand in the back of the room. If you can read the information easily, then the type is large enough. Use a type size of 16 to 24 points. Also, keep the typeface simple. Usually a sans serif works best. Plain English 48 49 Sans serif is a simple typeface that does not have little lines (serifs) projecting from the top or base of the letters. The text in this box is sans serif. • The colors are simple. Desktop presentation programs like PowerPoint give you such a wide variety of colors to use in your visual aids that the choices may seem overwhelming.