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Q: Explain the purpose of using different types of presentation and equipment to provide information
A: The purpose of using different ways to present information is because people have different learning styles. [ For example, some learn better from reading/writing, others from hearing the info, others from seeing a diagram and others from 'kinetic' learning which is for example by moving physical objects. Search for 'learning styles' on google for more info on that. Procedures to be followed -
there's a logical sequence to planning a presentation. Start with number of people, age/ability, space available for the presentation, possible resources, time constraints... think which resources would best get your message across, remember most people have maximum attention span of 20 minutes, consider activities involving working in pairs/groups. Then plan the structure eg introductions, purpose of the presentation, brief intro to the subject, pairs activity, feedback on activity, powerpoint presentation, summing up, hand out prepared leaflets. ]
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Weegy: The purpose of using different ways to present information is because people have different learning styles. [ For example, some learn better from reading/writing, others from hearing the info, others from seeing a diagram and others from 'kinetic' learning which is for example by moving physical objects. Search for 'learning styles' on google for more info on that. Procedures to be followed - there's a logical sequence to planning a presentation. Start with number of people, age/ability, space available for the presentation, possible resources, time constraints... think which resources would best get your message across, remember most people have maximum attention span of 20 minutes, consider activities involving working in pairs/groups. Then plan the structure eg introductions, purpose of the presentation, brief intro to the subject, pairs activity, feedback on activity, powerpoint presentation, summing up, hand out prepared leaflets. ]
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