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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Remember that a visual aid is just a helper and not the whole enchilada.
Have you ever used the particular visual aid you will be working with before?
However, no matter how good you or your medical experts are at talking about medical issues, using a visual aid during your presentation will greatly increase your persuasiveness and ability to convey your case facts.
When they are placed on the job, workers in those groups for assigned a visual aid will be told that the sign is there to give them a step-by-step guide the assembly procedures.
In times like today, where young African American children can not image being denied entry into McDonalds, Red Lobster, or Pizza Hut, we need a story and visual aid to teach the lessons of the past.
Without any visual aid, while standing in the gallery, one can discern foliage blocking our view of her head.
The presentations were to the point, with good visual aid support.
Fans can treat themselves to a double dose of Truman Capote this month: A&E's television portrait of the writer serves as a remarkable visual aid to George Plimpton's new biography.
These prompts occurred at major changes in tack in the text and after the visual aid, that is, students were prompted to think aloud at six points for Science, six for History.
Most authorities recommend that one should not look repeatedly at the screen or read the text of the visual aid word for word along with the audience, rather, use a pointer or highlighter to keep the audience focused on the discussion points.
Two, Caesar should be revenged, which Anthony supports with visual aid -- Caesar's will, his bloody cloak and his body.