WHAT’S THE POINT? This article provides descriptions of two more common presentation aids (Equipment and Props, and Computerised Presentations – e.g. PowerPoint); explains the pros and cons related to their application; and uses these insights to explain general principles that.
WHAT’S THE POINT? This handout explains why it is so important to use presentation aids; and describes the key principles you should apply when developing and using presentation aids. Overview – Developing Presentation Aids Some people will tell you that.
The Relational template provides a very effective means for covering a wide range of topics. In fact, the elements shown in Figure 6 provide an extremely handy checklist for relating any form of content that is not already covered by.
The Analytical template is widely used in teaching, to present information that will support logical analysis by your audience, so they can reach a conclusion. Figure 4 (overleaf) shows the three parts to this template. The types of information that.