A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Types of Visual Aids

Artefacts or Props
Artefacts or Props

Different types of visual aids. There are many different types of visual aids. The following advice will help you make the most of those most commonly used. PowerPoint (or equivalent) Microsoft PowerPoint is probably now the most commonly used form of visual aid.

source: le.ac.uk
Demonstrative Speeches
Demonstrative Speeches

In the past, transparencies displayed with overhead projectors, posters, and flip charts were common visual aids, but these have mostly been replaced with computer technology. For many people, the term “visual aids” for presentations or speeches is synonymous with PowerPoint (often long, dry, painful PowerPoint at that), but this is just one type of visual aid.

Flip Chart
Flip Chart

Flip Charts. A flip chart is a popular, low cost, low tech solution to recording interactive meetings and brainstorming sessions. A flip chart can be prepared in advance and is portable, it requires no power source and no technical expertise. Flip charts are ideal for collecting ideas and responses from the audience and are good for spontaneous summaries.

Informative Speeches
Informative Speeches

Visual aid speech topics can vary widely. Whether you plan to use visual props in a persuasive, informative or demonstration speech, they allow you to simplify complex ideas for your audience. Visual presentations are particularly useful in assisting audience members to understand abstract ideas.

Inspirational Speeches
Inspirational Speeches

Ensure that the visual aids you use are relevant to your speech. This sounds obvious, but many speakers make the mistake of providing "additional information" handouts during a speech. This is one of the worst mistakes a speaker can make.

Overhead Projector Slides/Transparencies
Overhead Projector Slides/Transparencies

Overhead projector slides/transparencies Overhead projector slides/transparencies are displayed on the overhead projector (OHP) - a very useful tool found in most lecture and seminar rooms. The OHP projects and enlarges your slides onto a screen or wall without requiring the lights to be dimmed.

source: le.ac.uk
Paper Handouts
Paper Handouts

Visual Aids Visual aids can include paper handouts, PowerPoint slides, video and /or audio media, and physical props. For classroom presentation purposes, visual aids typically are limited to PowerPoint slides. The visual presentation should include, at minimum: a title slide, an agenda slide, appropriate body text slides, and a conclusion slide. ...

Persuasive Speeches
Persuasive Speeches

What are some ideas for persuasive speech topics with visual aids? What are some ideas for speech topics about things you believe in? What is a better version of the topic and what would be a great visual aid for this persuasive speech?

source: quora.com
PowerPoint
PowerPoint

Using power point as a visual aid 1. PowerPoint PowerPoint is a useful tool to help integrate key words and pictures/graphs/relevant visual resources into your speech. Let’s discuss: Design tips What NOT to use PowerPoint for… PowerPoint Tutorials How to Save your PowerPoint so it will OPEN! Things to remember when using PowerPoint 2.

Video (DVD or VHS)
Video (DVD or VHS)

Different types of visual aids. There are many different types of visual aids. The following advice will help you make the most of those most commonly used. PowerPoint (or equivalent) Microsoft PowerPoint is probably now the most commonly used form of visual aid.

source: le.ac.uk
White or Black Board
White or Black Board

White or black board. White or black boards can be very useful to help explain the sequence of ideas or routines, particularly in the sciences. Use them to clarify your title or to record your key points as you introduce your presentation (this will give you a fixed list to help you recap as you go along).

source: le.ac.uk