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ERIC Number: ED056506
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 56
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Visualize; Instructor Manual.
Anderson, David R.; Wilburn, Gary
VISUALIZE is a course in visual language that can be used as a part of any course where communication and self-expression are among the goals--in religion, art, photography, filmmaking or social studies classes. This instructor manual gives a step-by-step approach to four two-hour seminars and three out-of-class projects. During the course students put together a presentation made up of their own 35 mm. slides, and as a final course project, make a film. Each of the four seminars--scheduled at least a week to ten days apart--consists of three parts: presentation, demonstration, and participation. Seven appendixes list films for use in the demonstration section of each seminar, film sources, a bibliography, a glossary of terms, plus procedures for discussing films and for conducting brainstorming sessions. The manual is a part of a kit which includes a student manual (EM 009364) and a textbook (EM 009365), as well as a student-made film and a set of photographs. (JY)
Pflaum/Standard, 38 West Fifth Street, Dayton, Ohio 45402 ($1.20)
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Note: See also EM 009 364, EM 009 365