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Audio-visual methods in teaching.

Author: Edgar Dale
Publisher: New York, Dryden Press [1954]
Series: Dryden Press professional books in education.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : Rev. edView all editions and formats
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This is a book about the use of audio-visual materials in teaching -- materials that do not depend primarily upon reading to convey their meaning. It is based upon the principle that all teaching can be greatly improved by the use of such materials because they can help make the learning experience memorable. We have said "all" teaching because audio-visual materials, when used intelligently, can promote the most  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Méthodes audiovisuelles
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Dale, Edgar, 1900-
Audio-visual methods in teaching.
New York, Dryden Press [1954]
(OCoLC)577950006
Online version:
Dale, Edgar, 1900-
Audio-visual methods in teaching.
New York, Dryden Press [1954]
(OCoLC)607873177
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edgar Dale
OCLC Number: 250718
Description: 534 pages illustrations 26 cm.
Contents: Theory of audio-visual instruction. Good teaching and communication --
Education for permanent learning --
Making experiences usable --
The cone of experience --
What can audio-visual materials do? --
Using and evaluating audio-visual materials --
Basic sources of audio-visual materials --
Materials for audio-visual instruction. Direct, purposeful experiences --
Contrived experiences --
Dramatized experiences --
Demonstrations in teaching --
Field trips --
Exhibits --
Educational television --
Motion pictures --
Still pictures --
Radio and recordings --
Visual symbols --
Verbal symbols --
Color as an aid in teaching --
Classroom applications of audio-visual methods. Planning, organizing, and evaluating --
Human relations in education --
Arithmetic and mathematics --
The social sciences --
Industrial and vocational arts --
English and reading --
The natural sciences --
The humanities --
Health, safety, and physical education --
Administering an audio-visual program.
Series Title: Dryden Press professional books in education.

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This is a book about the use of audio-visual materials in teaching -- materials that do not depend primarily upon reading to convey their meaning. It is based upon the principle that all teaching can be greatly improved by the use of such materials because they can help make the learning experience memorable. We have said "all" teaching because audio-visual materials, when used intelligently, can promote the most effective kind of learning, in adults as well as children, in college as well as in grade school -- everywhere. - p. 3.

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