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Include objects, models, pictures, graphs, charts, video, audio, and multimedia used alone or in a combination within the context of a speech. Help listeners see relationships among concepts and elements, store and remember material, and critically examine key ideas

Presentation aids

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A learning principle that suggests that we learn better from words and pictures than from words alone

Multimedia effect

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The conveyance of meaning by integrating the visual with the verbal message

Visual rhetoric

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Any live or inanimate object

Prop

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A 3D, scale representation of something

Model

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2D representations of people, places, ideas, or objects, including photographs, line drawings, diagrams, maps, and posters

Pictures

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Explains how something works or how it is constructed or operated

Diagram

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Represents numerical data in pictorial form

Graph

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Uses points connected by lines to demonstrate how something changes or fluctuates in value

Line graph

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Uses bars of varying length to compare quantities or magnitudes

Bar graph

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Depicts the division of a whole

Pie graph

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Uses picture symbols to illustrate relationships and trends

Pictogram

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Visually organizes complex information into compact form

Chart

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A diagram that shows step-by-step progression through a procedure, a relationship, or a process

Flowchart

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Illustrates the organizational structure or chain of command in an organization

Organizational chart

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A succinct display of comparative information or numerical data in rows or columns

Table

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A short recording of sounds, music, or speech

Audio clip

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Includes clips from movies, television, and other recording instruments

Video

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Combines several media into a single production

Multimedia

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An image printed on a clear sheet of acetate that can be viewed by projection

Overhead transparency

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A large (27-34 inches) pad of paper on which a speaker can draw visual aids

Flip chart

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Page-size items of information that is either impractical to give to the audience in another format or intended for audience members to keep after the presentation

Handout