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How to emphasize your message.

    © Kathryn Tosney
    Chair of Biology
    The University of Miami

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3. Indicate the sequence.

Supply clues to help viewers follow your presentation.

    Use

    Why?

numbers
letters
arrows
logical sequence

Sequences are easier to follow if panels are also ordered visually.

Panels placed in regular columns are easier to follow than panels placed asymmetrically.

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examine positive series in order:
next: page 4 of positive examples

or compare corresponding examples:

negative example, page 3
1. negative
1. positive

2. negative
2. positive

7. negative
7. positive

8. negative
8. positive

3. negative
3. positive

4. negative
4. positive

9. negative
9. positive

10. negative
10. positive

5. negative
5. positive

6. negative
6. positive

11. negative
11. positive

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