Public Speaking : DUELING FLIP CHARTS

Great Public Speaking

Here is a very interesting way to use flip charts. You can have an audience member volunteer at each flip chart helping your record input from other audience members. You are not limited to doing this with flip charts. You could have duel overhead projectors for larger crowds. You could even have flip charts placed all around the room so they are ready when you break up into smaller groups.

Tip: You and your visuals

Pivotal Public Speaking

This can apply to objects you want to display, the remote control for projecting equipment, the pens for flip charts or overhead projectors or a whiteboard, or to slides or overhead transparencies. Think about how you will work with the laptop or the overhead projector – standing beside, or behind? Using visuals of any sort in a presentation has to be as unobtrusive as possible. The first step here is being prepared.

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Bring In Some Quiet Achievers To Ensure Your Presentation Is A Success

Pivotal Public Speaking

Five or six lines on a slide, flip chart page or transparency is adequate, and they will create far more impact that a mass of written material. This can apply to objects you want to display, the remote control for projecting equipment, the pens for flip charts or overhead projectors or a whiteboard, or to slides or overhead transparencies. Think about how you will work with the laptop or the overhead projector – standing beside, or behind?

Bring In Some Quiet Achievers To Ensure Your Presentation Is A Success

Pivotal Public Speaking

Five or six lines on a slide, flip chart page or transparency is adequate, and they will create far more impact that a mass of written material. This can apply to objects you want to display, the remote control for projecting equipment, the pens for flip charts or overhead projectors or a whiteboard, or to slides or overhead transparencies. Think about how you will work with the laptop or the overhead projector – standing beside, or behind?

There's no such thing as a boring subject

Max Atkinson

writing and/or drawing stuff up on a blackboard or flip chart as you go along) for years, I also used to enter the caveat that people in big audiences may not be able to see what you're doing. But Steve Bee used a visualiser, a technologically slicker version of the old blank rolls of acetate on overhead projectors.