PREPARATION AND USE OF AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS

PREPARATION AND USE OF AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS
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PREPARATION AND USE OF AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS

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Preface A good instructor will regard audio-visual aids are aids. Such aids are not intended to displace good instructional techniques they are most effective when they are employed to supplement the personality and the teaching skills of the instructer or to assist in student assimilation and application. Instructional skill that combines good audio-visuals, good textbooks and tested teaching techniques creats an ideal learning situation. This book shows how to combine all these elements to bring about the most effective kind of instruction and learning. An outstanding development in modern education is the growth in the use of audio-visual aids for instruction. It is natural that in education we should appeal to the mind chiefly through the visual and auditory sense it is possible that 85 of our learning begins at those terminal points. The chief objective of this book is to indicate how to prepare and use certain audio-visual aids to greatest advantage.Not only are the values of audio-visuals more precisely understood, but such aids have been accepted as an important adjunct to modern educational and training. Individuals may leran by engaging in a variety of activities. For example, a person can learn from reading books and journals, doing exercise, solving problems found in his daily work, writing presentations, planning his work, listening to explanations, observing activities around him, describing things he sees, answering questions, dramatizing a situation, preparing a demonstration, watching a demonstration, seeing or hearning an instructional aid or device. It is important to remember, however, that learning will occur through participation in these activities only if the activity has the attention of the individual. Attention is secured by making learner ready to learn, making learning pleasant and enjoyable, and aiding the learner to assimilate, exercise, or use the thinghs being taught. The best attention compellers are aid zest, interest,
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unusual in three respects. First, the content is based on thoroughly tested experience with audio-visuals in individual organizations, and commercial business. It should be of positive value to educators, instructors, teachers, and groups, individual organizations, and commercial business. It should be of positive value to educators, instructors, teachers, and group leaders in all