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ERIC Number: ED041453
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 230
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Aids to Teaching and Learning.
Coopen, Helen
The currently accepted theories about communication and perception are presented and interpreted in such a way that their practical application becomes apparent. The author describes the use of such audio aids as records, tape recordings, language laboratories, and radio. She also describes the use of projected and non-projected pictorial material as teaching aids. The more sophisticated aids of films and television are also considered as they are presented in the classroom. Some of the techniques which are useful in individualizing instruction, such as copying devices, duplicating processes, and programed learning, are discussed. In summation, the author advocates an integrated approach to providing a comprehensive learning environment. A bibliography of books and journals on audiovisual aids and a list of catalogs of material and equipment is appended. (JY)
Pergamon Press Inc., 44-01 21st Street, Long Island City, New York 11101 ($4.00)
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