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outdated  or  incorrect  visuals  defeats  the  purpose  of  displaying  IMM.  You  cannot  adequately explain  away  inaccuracies--students  remember  what  they  see  more  than  what  they  hear.  If  your IMM  is  not  accurate,  none  of  the  other  characteristics  will  matter. Simple The  simplest  version  that  will  do  the  job  is  best.  Visual  aids  that  contain  unnecessary  data confuse  students  and  may  arouse  their  curiosity  in  a  direction  contrary  to  the  one  intended. Visible The  IMM  must  be  visible  for  all  students  from  all  areas  in  the  training  environment.  The  two preceding   characteristics   (accurate,   simple)   will   be   of   no   value   unless   all   students   can   see   all aspects  of  your  visual  aid.  The  use  of  bold  block  letters  best  ensures  readability.  Readability also  depends  on  the  spacing  between  words  and  lines,  which  should  be  uniform  and  appropriate to  the  size  of  the  lettering.  You  can  estimate  the  size  of  lettering  students  can  easily  see.  As  a general  rule,  comfortable  reading  from  the  back  of  a  32-foot  long  room  requires  lettering  at  least 2  inches  high. The   IMM   must   support   specific   learning   objectives.   It   must   meet   one   or   more   of   the purposes  for  using  IMM.  Do  not  use  IMM  as  a  time  filler  just  because  it  is  available. USE   OF   IMM When  you  are  going  to  use  IMM,  you  must  plan  in  advance  exactly  how  it  is  going  to  fit  into your   lesson.   The   techniques   discussed   in   this   section   provide   clear-cut   guidelines   for   using instructional   media   materials. BEFORE   THE   LESSON Refer  to  your  lesson  plan  to  determine  exactly  what  IMM  you  need  to  support  each  lesson. Obtain  the  IMMs  you  need  and  then  preview  each  one  you  plan  to  use  to  ensure  it  is  complete, readable,  and  in  a  useable  condition.  Organize  the  IMMs  in  the  proper  sequence.  Make  sure all  needed  supporting  equipment  is  available  and  working.  Make  proper  preparations  for  the use   of   IMMs   so   that   you   can   detect   possible   problems   and   make   alternate   plans   if   required. DURING   THE   LESSON Display  the  IMM  in  a  timely  manner  at  the  point  called  for  in  your  lesson  plan.  Direct  the students’  attention  to  specific  portions  of  the  IMM  either  verbally  or  by  using  a  pointer  whwn necessary. After  using  it  to  support  your  lesson,  remove  it  from  sight.  Use  the  IMM  as naturally  as  possible.  One  of  the  greatest  distractions  in  the  classroom  is  an  instructor  who 104 Necessary

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