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fumbles   around   with   the   visual   aids. AFTER   THE   LESSON You  have  a  responsibility  to  your  fellow  staff  members  to  return  all  IMMs  to  the  proper storage   area   in   an   orderly,   organized   condition.    If   you   find   missing,   defaced,   or   broken   items, inform  the  proper  persons  to  initiate  action  to  correct  any  discrepancies. INSTRUCTIONAL    TECHNIQUES The  instructional  techniques  you  employ  in  the  use  of  IMM  can  greatly  add  to  or  distract from  their  effectiveness.  This  section  provides  suggestions  on  techniques  to  consider  when  using the   IMM. Slides When   you   are   going   to   use   slides   to   support   your   lesson,   first   ensure   all   slides   are   in   the carousel  in  the  proper  sequence,  right  side  up,  and  not  backwards.  Preview  the  entire  slide  run to   verify   correctness   before   going   into   the   classroom   to   teach.   Preview   in   the   classroom   where you  will  teach  using  the  slide  projector  you  will  use  during  the  lesson.  That  allows  you  to become  familiar  with  the  operating  controls  and  characteristics  of  the  slide  projector  and  the physical  setup  of  the  classroom.    For   best   visibility,   place   the   projection   screen   in   a   corner   of the   room   and   angle   it   toward   the   center.   Check   for   visibility   from   all   areas   of   the   classroom. During  class,  display  slides  as  called  for  in  your  lesson  plan.  Explain  each  slide  as  you  show it.  When  you  finish  your  explanation,  move  on  to  the  next  slide  or  turn  the  projector  bulb  off. Use  a  pointer  to  direct  student  attention  to  specific  information  on  the  screen.  Be  cautious  not to   block   the   projector   image. Transparencies Although   transparencies   are   easy   to   use,   many   instructors   have   problems   using   them effectively.  However,  many  of  the  same  instructional  techniques  used  for  slides  also  apply  to transparencies. Verify  correctness  before  going  into  the  classroom  to  teach.  Become  familiar with   the   operation   of   the   overhead   projector   and   the   physical   setup   of   the   classroom.   Be   sure to  position  the  overhead  projector  so  that  everyone  can  see  the  transparencies.  Measure  the required  height  of  the  screen  and  the  distance  of  the  projector  from  the  screen.  Then  put  a  piece of   masking   tape   on   the   floor   so   that   you   can   quickly   put   the   projector   in   the   correct   position before   the   class   begins. During  your  instruction,  face  the  class  while  talking,  but  don’t  stand  in  front  of  the  screen. Since   transparencies   can   be   seen   in   a   regularly   lighted   room,   don’t   turn   off   the   lights.   A darkened   room   creates   an   atmosphere   in   which   people   sit   back   and   listen   passively.   You   can, however,  dim  the  lights  slightly  if  you  want. Keep   your   transparencies   in   focus.   Place   the transparency  on  the  glass  before  turning  on  the  projector.    When   showing   the   transparency, block   off   unnecessary   detail   with   a   piece   of   paper   or   a   card. 105

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