Audio Instructional Materials<br />Presented by:<br />Stanly Paul Lutao<br />AlzarinaAspero<br />
Audio Materials<br />Audio Media  - recording and transmitting of human voice and other sounds.<br />The Hearing/Listening...
Developing Listening Skills<br />Guide Listening<br />Give Directions<br />Ask Students to Listen for Main Ideas, Details ...
Audio Formats<br />Phonograph records<br />Audio tapes<br />Compact Disc<br />Open-Reel Audio Tape<br />Micro Cassette<br ...
Advantages of Using Audio Materials<br />Inexpensive<br />Readily availableand simple to use<br />Reproducible<br />Provid...
Limitations<br />Fixed Sequence<br />Does not monitor attention<br />Difficulty in Spacing <br />4. Difficulty in Locating...
Integration / Capabilities of Audio<br />Categories:<br />Teacher – Prepared  audiotapes<br />A. Direct Conditions<br />B....
Duplicating Audio Tapes<br />3 Methods:<br />Acoustic Method<br />Electronic Method<br />High-Speed Duplicator<br />
Editing Audiotapes<br />Electronic Editing<br />Mechanical Editing/Splicing<br />
How to record audiotapes?<br />Audio Technique<br />Physical Environment<br />Tape Recorder<br />Microphone<br />IV. Tape ...
Presentation<br />	A. Use informal notes<br />	B. Use Index Cards<br />	C. Use Conversational Tone<br />	D. Frequent Tone ...
Selecting Audio Materials<br />Utilizing Audio Materials<br />Preview the Material<br />Prepare the Material<br />Prepare ...
Require Learner Participation<br /><ul><li>Provide set of questions for listeners to answer (IELTS)</li></ul>Evaluate and ...
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  1. 1. Audio Instructional Materials<br />Presented by:<br />Stanly Paul Lutao<br />AlzarinaAspero<br />
  2. 2. Audio Materials<br />Audio Media - recording and transmitting of human voice and other sounds.<br />The Hearing/Listening Process<br />Hearing – Physiological<br />Listening – Psychological<br />
  3. 3. Developing Listening Skills<br />Guide Listening<br />Give Directions<br />Ask Students to Listen for Main Ideas, Details or Inference<br />Use Context in Listening <br />Analyze the Structure of a Presentation <br />Distinguish Between Relevant and Irrelevant Information<br />
  4. 4. Audio Formats<br />Phonograph records<br />Audio tapes<br />Compact Disc<br />Open-Reel Audio Tape<br />Micro Cassette<br />Audio Card<br />MP3, MP4<br />
  5. 5. Advantages of Using Audio Materials<br />Inexpensive<br />Readily availableand simple to use<br />Reproducible<br />Provide Verbal Message for the Non-Readers <br />Ideal for Teaching Foreign Languages <br />Stimulation<br />Repeatable<br />Portable<br />Ease for Lesson Preparation <br />Selection Easy to Locate <br />Resistance to Damage <br />
  6. 6. Limitations<br />Fixed Sequence<br />Does not monitor attention<br />Difficulty in Spacing <br />4. Difficulty in Locating Segment <br />5. Potential in Accidental Erasure<br />
  7. 7. Integration / Capabilities of Audio<br />Categories:<br />Teacher – Prepared audiotapes<br />A. Direct Conditions<br />B. Shorthand Practice<br />C. Listening Skills<br />Prerecorded Audio Tapes<br />A. Vocabulary Practice<br />B. Sales Information<br />C. Talking Books<br />III. Student-Prepared audiotapes<br /> A. Gathering Oral History<br />B. Oral Book Report<br />C. Self-Evaluation<br />
  8. 8. Duplicating Audio Tapes<br />3 Methods:<br />Acoustic Method<br />Electronic Method<br />High-Speed Duplicator<br />
  9. 9. Editing Audiotapes<br />Electronic Editing<br />Mechanical Editing/Splicing<br />
  10. 10. How to record audiotapes?<br />Audio Technique<br />Physical Environment<br />Tape Recorder<br />Microphone<br />IV. Tape Content<br /> A. Introduction of the subject<br />B. Exploration of the subject<br />C. Get your listener involved<br />D. Keep the tape short<br />E. Provide Variations<br />F. Avoid Repetition<br />
  11. 11. Presentation<br /> A. Use informal notes<br /> B. Use Index Cards<br /> C. Use Conversational Tone<br /> D. Frequent Tone Variation<br /> E. Cheerful and enthusiastic speaking<br /> F. Clear Enunciation<br /> G. Minimize Fillers<br /> H. Motivate Students<br /> I. Provide a musical or non verbal cues prior to any activities<br />
  12. 12. Selecting Audio Materials<br />Utilizing Audio Materials<br />Preview the Material<br />Prepare the Material<br />Prepare the Environment<br />Prepare the Learners<br />Provide the Learning Experience<br />
  13. 13. Require Learner Participation<br /><ul><li>Provide set of questions for listeners to answer (IELTS)</li></ul>Evaluate and Revise<br />- Rate the effectiveness of the material in teaching<br />
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