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A flipchart is stationery consisting of a strip of large sheet of paper. Often attached to the top edge of a whiteboard and usually supported on a tripod or a four-legged ass. Such graphs are often used for presentations. A flipchart is probably the most used tool in the workshop. It is portable, easy to use and flexible. It's important that you know why you use the flipchart (headers, items on the agenda, recording information, etc.). Trainers should use the flipcharts in the right way to make sure they are performing as an essential training tool. You can first prepare flipcharts in advance, but you usually use your flipchart spontaneously in a workshop. The practice of using a flipchart is an essential training practice. First, they provide an easy way to communicate with your audience: you can not only show your own ideas and results to flip charts, but you can also use them to get input, feedback and ideas from your audience. In practice you can use flipcharts in seminars, tutorials, conferences and workshops. You can also use them in small postgraduate or undergraduate classes. Students may and should be encouraged to use flipcharts when displaying their project or group reports. The flip chart is a technology to enable discussion, printing and practice, after the practice of 'flip classroom' is a huge amount of debt in humble origin. Since all the time is saved because the content of the lesson is not in the word being copied and the notes are changed at home, students have the opportunity to do more exercises. Flip cards, such as blackboards and whiteboards, provide a degree of spontaneity. They are attractive for drawing concepts to enable better understanding and get direct input from one group. A variation in this option is to ask people to fill in cards or large "post-it" stickers and place them on different flipchart sheets during the brainstorming session. These cards can be used to stimulate more discussion and can easily be moved between sheets as needed. Sheets can also be hung on a wall at a meeting or workshop space to show current developments in discussions and to stimulate additional comments. Later, when the meeting is over, you can delete the sheets and copy the information in a digitized format. Flip cards are useful in teaching situations where you need to learn a number of people at the same time. They are used when books are unavailable, difficult or too expensive for individuals to have their own copy when other media such as overhead and slides are not available and where to study The group is the most culturally appropriate. A flipchart is a collection of large pages sealed on top. The pages are "flipped" or moved up and back when they are used. A flipchart is tied together at the top so that the pages can be easily restored and can be a lie.

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