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Materials, Audio Visual, and Miscellaneous Requirements Audio Visual Needs: PowerPoint presentation Laptop computer Projector Screen Two flip charts and easels Colored pens Microphone according to need of instructor and size of group Theatrical Prop Need: Fly Swatter Materials Needed for Handouts: Copies of HSP document and CDs for each student in file folder CD-ROM with HSP template and model policies HSP Idea file (empty labeled file folder) Copies of student PowerPoint slides "run three up" Copies of "Somewhere County" map Ten 3" x 5" cards for each student Yellow highlighter for each student Sticky notes and sticky tags for each student (small pad of 25 sheets each) Seating Arrangement: Medallion or herringbone in classroom style with front table for instructor materials. Note that tables should be wide enough for participants to easily open all materials as needed. Room Arrangement: The following diagram presents the ideal room layout for the HSP workshop. 12

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Ideal Room Layout FRONT Flip Chart #1 Screen Flip Chart #2 Table and Table Top Podium Projector on cart or table. Tables and chairs in herringbone style. Table for extra materials. Fruit/Coffee/Tea Entrance to room. Sound: Portable or lavaliere mike as needed. Room size: Rooms that are too large as opposed to too small. A-V and Power: All cords and wires must be properly taped and secured for safety. 13