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ERIC Number: ED046619
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Aug
Pages: 11
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The Use of Films and Filmstrips in the Teaching of Reading.
Sullivan, Lorraine M.
The communication of messages from teacher to student often includes visual representation of the material under study. The place of mass media in the classroom becomes increasingly important as materials are developed and made available. Films and filmstrips of all types can be utilized in many ways, some of which have been the subjects of research studies pointing to their effectiveness. Films of children's books can be used to present stories, to culminate units, or to introduce units. Both films and filmstrips can also be used in a variety of ways to teach skills, to supplement classroom activities, and to motivate reluctant readers. Teachers intending to use films and filmstrips should follow guidelines in selection to assure maximum success. (MS)
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Note: Paper presented at the Third International Reading Association World Congress on Reading, Sydney, Australia, Aug. 7-9, 1970