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ERIC Number: ED044405
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 160
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A Comparative Study of Audio and Video Taping Techniques as Teaching Tools for Self Discovery in the Basic Speech Course (Voice and Diction).
Cortes, Beverly Claire Ketcik
Sixty college students were simultaneously audio- and video-taped to test the hypotheses that (1) the student who uses video tape for self-analysis in a basic speech skills course will show greater improvement in performing basic skills than will the student who uses audio tape for self-analysis; and (2) there will be a correlation among evaluations of student improvement by a panel of expert judges, the peer group, and the course instructor. One group of these students then received audio treatment in private conference for self-analysis, while another group received video treatment using the same conference technique. The results of a post test administered after 7 weeks of normal instruction and private conference were that (1) a significant statistical difference could not be found between the audio treatment and the video treatment; and (2) a positive correlation appeared among the evaluation of the panel of experts, the instructor, and the peer group. (Author/MF)
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Note: Ed.D. Dissertation, West Virginia University