visual aid


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visual aid

n.
An instructional aid, such as a poster, scale model, or video, that presents information visually.
Translations

visual aid

nsussidio visivo
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A visual aid is a clarification; it is the way we can translate or transforming verbal to visual information.
For a visual aid to work, your images must connect with your message.
05) between the pre and post mean scores of the experimental group (physical education students who were taught with visual aid presentation).
Low visual aids are useful in significant number of people.
The visual aid has three versions: snack foods, fruit, and game balls (copyrighted).
Neeraja: an audio visual aid is an instructional device in which the message can be heard as well as seen.
In conclusion, I would recommend this book to readers who want to actively participate in their care as a written and visual aid to our usual clinical rehabilitation advice.
Remember that a visual aid is just a helper and not the whole enchilada.
These authors have been working on terms such as origins of visual literacy, visual images, visual aids, advantages of using visual material and finding and showing visuals.
Have you ever used the particular visual aid you will be working with before?
A cake with candles would be a better visual aid, but admittedly less easy to carry up a garden path.
It provides a simple visual aid for illustrating and teaching color mixing relationships.