A clear and concise demonstration of a process or activity. : A clear and concise demonstration of a process or activity Time: Six minutes (no more, no less)
• You must make effective use of a visual aid
• You must sustain eye contact consistently throughout the speech
• You must deliver your speech before an audience of five adults Notes: It seems like everyone assumes that if you have to use a visual aid, then the only visual aid you can use is Microsoft PowerPoint. But that is just one type of visual aid.
You can use objects, models, and other practical items as a visual aid as well.
Also, it is important that you remember that you don’t have to use a visual aid constantly during your speech.
Think of your visual aids like tools: you just use them when you need them. And when you don’t need them, you put them away.
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