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close this book Tools for teaching - A visual aids workshop, and instruction manual for health educators
close this folder Session 1. Introduction to the visual aids workshop
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1.7 Master plan

10 Minutes

PROCEDURE

1) Ask a representative from each team to announce the team's projects and proposed schedule.

2) Write all the projects on a large piece of paper so that everyone will be aware of what other teams are doing, and in what order. Example:

TEAM

PROJECT # 1

PROJECT # 2

PROJECT # 3

PROJECT # 4

A

comics

personal hygiene

card game

nutrition

diagram

backyard garden

silk screened display poster

B

brochure

toilet construction

puppet show

venereal disease

flip chart

diarrheal diseases

 

C

flannelboard

nutrition

comparative posters

environmental sanitation

chart

food habits

 

D

sequence posters

water purification

board game

health/ sickness factors

flash cards

food values

 

 

3) The fourth and final project will be a silkscreened display poster.

• Ask participants to suggest topics for this poster.

• Discuss the merits of each topic.

• Request a concensus through mutual agreement or vote.

• Write this topic on the master plan under Project #4.