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ERIC Number: ED001835
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1959-Sep
Pages: 36
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AUDIO-VISUAL TECHNIQUES IN LANGUAGE TEACHING.
NEWCOMER, DONALD S.
RECORDED LESSONS OF TWO TYPES ARE DISCUSSED, DISCS AND TAPES. TAPE LESSONS CAN BE MADE FROM OUTSIDE SOURCES SUCH AS RADIO, OR READ FROM A BOOK BY THE TEACHER. METHODS FOR MAKING SUCH LESSONS ARE DISCUSSED. 16MM TEACHING FILMS ARE DISCUSSED, AND SUGGESTIONS ARE GIVEN FOR THEIR USE. FOR EXAMPLE, THEY MAY BE RUN SILENTLY, WITH THE SOUND ADDED BY THE TEACHER OR AN ADVANCED STUDENT, OR THE SOUND TRACK MAY BE PLAYED LATER. THE SILENT FILMSTRIP CAN BE USED BY ITSELF OR WITH A TAPE RECORDED BY THE INSTRUCTOR. INSTRUCTIONS ARE GIVEN FOR HANDLING, STORING, AND PLAYING THE RECORDINGS. RADIO AND TELEVISION PROGRAMS ARE SCHEDULED AND A TIME TABLE GIVEN FOR ITALIAN, GERMAN, SPANISH, JAPANESE, AND HUNGARIAN BROADCASTS. LISTENING INSTRUCTIONS AND RECORDING TECHNIQUES ARE PROVIDED. STUDY PICTURES CAN BE USED IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION. MAGAZINES ARE A GOOD SOURCE FOR PICTURES OF A LAND AND ITS PEOPLE, TRAVEL POSTERS CAN ALSO BE USED. VOCABULARY CARDS ARE HELPFUL. ROLE PLAYING IS A GOOD GROUP OR CLASSROOM APPROACH. THE APPENDIX INCLUDES LISTS OF AVAILABLE FILMS, FILMSTRIPS, STUDY PICTURES, AND EQUIPMENT.
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Authoring Institution: Burbank Unified School District, CA.
Identifiers: California (Burbank)