ERIC Number: ED037077
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1963
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A Description of SNAP Programming. Research Memorandum.
Shriver, Edgar L.; Trexler, Robert C.
Socratic Non-Anacoluthic Programing (SNAP) is designed as a simple way of producing programed materials (under certain conditions) rather than as a method for producing more refined programs. SNAP programing might be regarded as taking the questions and answers from the end of each chapter of a textbook and interspersing them throughout the chapter. The objective of this action would be to prompt the reader to respond to the text more often than he would otherwise. Other features of the SNAP programing technique are personal references and touches of humor designed to humanize the programed material. The directions for learning the SNAP method of programing are presented in programed form. (JY)
Descriptors: Guides, Human Factors Engineering, Programed Instruction, Programed Instructional Materials, Programing, Programing Languages
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Authoring Institution: George Washington Univ., Alexandria, VA. Human Resources Research Office.
Identifiers: Socratic Non Anacoluthic Programing