Translating Information

Sometimes lots of text can be very overpowering for someone to read, and most of the time they will skim over the text to try and pick out the key words.

Graphic Facilitation is a great way for information, whether it be complex or basic, to be translated into images that are universal and can be understood by anyone.

Research has shown that we remember visual images much easier and better than words. Plus, using imagery can make learning more fun and interesting.

Articles explaining why “A picture is worth more than a 1000 words”

Example: Making a cup of tea

Our example of translating information is going to be “How to make a cup of tea”.

Instructions:

These instructions can seem very boring.

Now see them translated into Graphic’s

Its easy to understand and memorable.

 

Picking out the right information

When translating information, it is always good to go through the text you are translating and highlight the key information. This will then make it easier to break down the paragraphs and translate in to easy reading graphics.

Example:

To make tea, you need a kettle first, where you will fill with enough water for your drink. And then put it back on its stand and press the button to boil the water, you will know when its ready as it will click.

And then you have to wait until the water gets boiled. When the water is boiled, you should get a clean cup and put your tea bag in it. Add sugar if you would like then. Pour the boiling water in to the cup, After a couple of minutes, the water will turn as reddish. Your tea is ready. Now you just need to serve milk.

Learn More

If you would like to learn more about Graphic Facilitation why not try out our Graphic Facilitation E-Learning Course

 

 

 

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