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close this bookTools forTeaching - A Visual Aids Workshop and Instruction Manual for Health Educators (Peace Corps, 1987, 227 p.)
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Open this folder and view contentsSession 1. Introduction to the visual aids workshop
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Suggested list of supplies

1 set for each team

T-square, calibrated
14" 30/60 degree triangle
scissors exacto knife, #11 blade
colored marking pens - broad tip
colored marking pens - fine tip
black marking pen - ultrafine tip
masking tape

For 12-16 participants

newsprint or brown paper, 50 sheets
box board (or other inexpensive poster board), 50 sheets
tracing paper, 16 sheets
medium grade sandpaper, 12 sheets
white glue, large
gloss varnish
lacquer thinner
silkscreen ink (red, yellow, blue, green, black), 1 each

To make 4 silkscreens, 24" x 36"

¼ plywood, 28" x 42" (x4)
1" x 2" lumber: 12 @ 28", 8 @ 40"
22" squeegee (x4)
4 yards silk, nylon, or other fine mesh fabric - minimum 45" wide nails
8 small pin hinges
stapler/staples
4 yards blue film