Read the scenario, and then answer the question about choosing effective visual aids. Angelo is preparing a presentation for a group of physical therapists about how to help elderly patients learn to use a cane or walker. Angelo will have a relatively small audience and plenty of room around the podium. What type of visual aid should Angelo choose? 35 mm slides showing people using canes and walkers 3 A slide presentation on the benefits of canes and walkers O A cane and a walker When designing visuals, your goal is to create an easy-to-read design that supports your main points without being overwhelming. A well-thought-out color scheme can provide unity for your visual aids. What should you remember when selecting colors? Check all that apply. Use similar colors for the text and the background. O Use cool, muted background colors for formal presentations. O Avoid using red and green to distinguish important points from each other. O Use a minimum of three colors per slide to trigger memory. Consider this presentation visual, and then answer the corresponding question about designing compelling slides. Which of the following would make a presentation slide more effective for a formal presentation? O Place slide titles in all capital letters to emphasize content O Use a high-contrast option, such as bright text on a bright background O Collapse relevant content into a few parallel bullet points Read the scenario about preparing presentation visuals, and then answer the corresponding question. Rosalia is a financial adviser who is creating a presentation to show a large group of clients the performance of the financial markets for the past 10 years. The presentation visuals will be projected on a large screen in an auditorium. Rosalia has created some slides with graphs and others with very detailed tables. To make the tables fit, Rosalia had to use small type. Rosalia shows you the presentation and asks for feedback. What suggestions would you give Rosalia? Check all that apply. O Make the font on the tables larger, and spread some of them over two slides, if necessary. Don’t use extremely detailed tables in your slides. If you must give clients the complex tables, use a handout. Color-code the tables to make them easier to read.
https://homeworkassign.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/logo-transparent-300x60.png 0 0 davie https://homeworkassign.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/logo-transparent-300x60.png davie2023-12-12 14:00:512023-12-12 14:00:51Angelo is preparing a presentation for a group of physical therapists about how to help elderly patients learn to use a cane or walker.