If you teach grade school or high school, a transparency presentation can be a nice diversion from the typical spoken lecture or notes scrawled on blackboard. Typing up your notes, or using a combination of sketching and printing, putting them on a transparency and projecting them can make your lecture clearer and save you from the strain and potential messiness of writing on a chalkboard.
If you’re teaching at the college level, transparencies can work even better, as they allow you to show important information to the potentially wide audience of a lecture hall, and you can switch film sheets quickly so there is little disruption in your presentation.
Of course, if you’re giving a presentation in your office, either to your staff or to clients, transparencies can be a clean, easy way to get the information you need out there clearly and quickly, and there’s little need to worry about mechanical failure rearing its ugly head to slow you down, as can happen with computer-based presentations.
So if you’re ready to give some clear, memorable presentations to your classroom, clients or office staff without spending a lot of money, place your transparency order with Sam’s Club today.