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close this book Tools for teaching - A visual aids workshop, and instruction manual for health educators
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Open this folder and view contents Session 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"

ΒΌ 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