Lecture Aids, Continued
Use an easel when a lecture or brief is short or requires audience
participation. Lecture paper pads fit into the top of an easel and are easily
tom off and discarded when you complete the brief. When writing on a
lecture pad or drawing a chart or diagram, place an extra sheet of paper
between the top paper sheet and the next sheet to prevent the marker ink from
bleeding through. Write large and legibly on the lecture pad. Make sure the
markers are fresh and full of ink before you address the audience.
Figure 5-9 shows an easel with a lecture pad attached to it.
Figure 5-9. An easel with lecture pad