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ERIC Number: ED016454
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 29
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VIDEO TAPE--THE GREATEST INNOVATION FOR JUNIOR COLLEGE SPEECH COURSES SINCE CHALK.
SESSIONS, VIRGIL D.
THE USE OF VIDEOTAPE IN SPEECH CLASSES PERMITS IMMEDIATE REVIEW OF STUDENT PRESENTATION, ALLOWING THE STUDENT TO OBSERVE AND HEAR HIMSELF SIMULTANEOUSLY. REDUCTIONS IN EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEM COSTS HAVE PLACED THIS INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIUM WITHIN THE REACH OF MANY SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. USERS OF VIDEOTAPE FIND IT MORE CONVENIENT AND LESS EXPENSIVE THAN STUDIO TELEVISION AND REPORT CONSIDERABLE STUDENT SATISFACTION WITH ITS USE. RESEARCH REPORTS INDICATE THAT SUCH EQUIPMENT IS USED SUCCESSFULLY IN TEACHING SITUATIONS OTHER THAN SPEECH. PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED IN THE USE OF VIDEOTAPE INVOLVE (1) LACK OF STANDARDIZATION OF SPEED AND TAPE SIZE, WHICH LIMITS EXCHANGE OR RENTAL OF PROGRAMS, (2) CHOICE OF ZOOM OR TURRET LENSES, AND (3) FACULTY INVOLVEMENT, OR LACK OF IT. THROUGH VIDEOTAPE, PROGRAMS MAY BE TAPED AND SAVED FOR PRESENTATION AT CONVENIENT TIMES, STUDENTS WHO MISS CLASSES MAY VIEW TAPES, AND STUDENTS MAY KEEP RECORDS OF THEIR OWN WORK. IN GENERAL, VIDEOTAPE SHOULD BE A USEFUL TOOL FOR IMPROVING SPEECH CLASSES. (WO)
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Authoring Institution: Orange Coast Coll., Costa Mesa, CA.
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