Visuals for Public Speaking Flashcards

Visuals for Public Speaking Flashcards
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Using Pictures in a Presentation
The pictures included have to be visible to the audience members so that the images can enhance their understanding of the material presented in your speech.
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Following Fair Use Laws
To do this, you should only use very limited parts of a recording or quote from a textual work to help you to make a point for academic purposes, criticism, or news reporting.
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Following Copyright Laws
To do this, you can look for video recordings, audio recordings or pictures or photographs that are available for free on the Internet on what is known as the public domain.
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Flashcard Content Overview

This flashcard set covers how to select images that can be used in presentations for free. You can also explore what props and learning materials you can add to engage your audience. Learn what you can do to give a presentation with low-tech visual aids, such as an outfit that matches the time period you are going to discuss. Additionally, find out more about enlarging and colorizing your images so that the audience can see them. Also learn how to select audio clips you can play during your presentation.

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To learn more about public speaking and giving an effective presentation, please refer to the following lessons:

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Following Copyright Laws
To do this, you can look for video recordings, audio recordings or pictures or photographs that are available for free on the Internet on what is known as the public domain.
Following Fair Use Laws
To do this, you should only use very limited parts of a recording or quote from a textual work to help you to make a point for academic purposes, criticism, or news reporting.
Using Pictures in a Presentation
The pictures included have to be visible to the audience members so that the images can enhance their understanding of the material presented in your speech.
Choosing Pictures for Your Speech
While conducting research, you can try to identify pictures that match the main points you plan to make in your speech.
Low-Tech Supporting Materials
These can include things like poster boards with diagrams, outfits that match the theme of the presentation, or small items that the speaker can hold and use as props
Giving Visual Aids to the Audience
Asking audience members to pass around items during a speech may prevent them from paying close attention, and they could miss a significant point being made by the speaker.
Using Color Graphics and Diagrams
To leave a lasting impression of your presentation to an audience, include diagrams in color to make them inviting, as opposed to black-and-white images, which seem dull and monotonous.

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