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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
close this folder Handout 1.8.1 Making & using visual aids (Supplementary learning materials)
View the document Introduction
View the document 1. Chalkboard
View the document 2. Charts
View the document 3. Diagrams
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View the document 11. Games
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View the document 13. Masks
View the document 14. Slide presentations

9. Flyers

Flyers often serve the same purpose as pamphlets but on a smaller scale. Because they are printed on a single sheet, they are simpler to produce than the multipage pamphlet. Flyers can be presented flat or folded, depending on your needs. In addition to being a simple way to provide technical information or instructions, flyers can also be used to make announcements.

To make a flyer:

1) Decide what you are going to say and how you are going to say it.

2) Determine the size and format of the flyer.


Size and format

 

3) Make a dummy if you are planning a folded presentation. Make a rough sketch of the layout on the dummy.

4) Type or write the copy to fit the page size.

5) Develop any visual elements - drawings, diagrams, charts, etc. - that you are going to include.

6) Paste the copy and artwork in position on a sample layout.

7) Follow the layout to cut the stencil.

8) Mimeograph the desired number of copies. Fold if and as required.