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ERIC Number: ED028678
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 125
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Sight and Sound: The Sensible and Sensitive Use of Audio-Visual Aids. Reports of the Working Committees of the Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, 1969.
Edgerton, Mills F., Jr., Ed.
Included in this volume are the reports dealing with the effective use of audiovisual media in foreign language instruction and developed by the working committees of the sixteenth annual Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. Six individuals prepared the media descriptions and selected the demonstrations described in the systematic presentation of each of the principal kinds of audiovisual materials available for classroom use and of the more important ways in which each can be used to enhance student experience and insight into a foreign language and its culture. Taken into consideration in these evaluations are such media as (1) nonprojected visuals (analysis by Brenda Frazier), (2) sound recordings (Jermaine Arendt), (3) slides and filmstrips (Hilary Hayden), (4) overhead projectors (James J. Wrenn), (5) motion pictures (Allan Gundstrom), and (6) television (Joseph Sheehan). (AF)
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Authoring Institution: Northeast Conference on the Teaching of Foreign Languages, Inc., Madison, CT.