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ERIC Number: ED122838
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976
Pages: 7
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Teaching English with Audio Visual Technology.
Kundu, Mahima Ranjan
Audiovisual technology can change the teacher-learning situation if various types of visual aids are employed in teaching English in the secondary grades. The use of overhead transparencies is an excellent way to prepare and present the student's ideas. Student's assignments can be produced on transparencies and projected for evaluation by the teacher and the other students. Filmstrips are an ideal medium for independent study as well as small group instruction since both commercially-produced and student-produced filmstrips can create innovative ideas. Learning English through filmmaking can aid in studying subjects like literature and drama. A filmmaking project by an entire class can create a "live" atmosphere in the classroom where students can be engaged in a highly motivating activity while learning. The use of these three visual media would upgrade the teaching of English and give students with learning experiences in active participation in all phases of learning activities. (Author/DS)
Publication Type: Books
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