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    Multimedia & Contiguity Multimedia & Contiguity Presentation Transcript

    • Multimedia & Contiguity…Made Simple
      • Chris Frey
    • Instructional objectives
      • After viewing presentation, learner will be able to get 100% of examples of the Multimedia Principle correct
      • After viewing presentation, learner will be able to get 100% of examples of the Contiguity Principle correct
    • Multimedia Principle “People learn more deeply from words and graphics than words alone.”
      • Rule #1 – “Graphics and text are used to present instruction content”
      Great! Try Again!
    • Multimedia Principle “People learn more deeply from words and graphics than words alone.”
      • Rule #2 – “Graphics are relevant to instructional purpose, rather than decorative”
      Great! Try Again!
    • Contiguity Principle “People learn more deeply when corresponding printed words and graphics are placed close to one another on the screen or when spoken words and graphics are presented at the same time.”
      • Rule #1 – “Screens that place printed text next to the portion of the graphic it describes”
      Great! Try Again! Click this link for directions then click back for visual then back for directions LCD
    • Contiguity Principle “People learn more deeply when corresponding printed words and graphics are placed close to one another on the screen or when spoken words and graphics are presented at the same time.”
      • Rule #2 – “Feedback that appears on the same screen as the question and response”
      Great! Try Again! Of the following people who has been election president? A.) Mickey Mouse B.) Captain Obvious C.) Bill Clinton Correct Answer! LCD Of the following people who has been election president? A.) Mickey Mouse B.) Captain Obvious C.) Bill Clinton Click here for correct answer LCD
    • Quiz Time!
      • Question #1– Good or Poor Example of Multimedia Principle?
      Of the following people who has been election president? A.) Mickey Mouse B.) Captain Obvious C.) Bill Clinton Click here for correct answer LCD Answer Key displayed after quiz How to Rebound 1.) Once you receive the ball, instinctively assume the triple-threat position to protect the ball. The triple threat position gets its name from giving you the option to pass, shoot or dribble. In the triple threat position, stand with your legs shoulder-width apart, knees bent, shooting hand on top of ball, and the off hand on the side of the ball. Your elbows should be bent outward at 90-degree angles. LCD
    • Quiz Time!
      • Question #2– Good or Poor Example of Multimedia Principle?
      LCD Of the following people who has been election president? A.) Mickey Mouse B.) Captain Obvious C.) Bill Clinton Click here for correct answer LCD Answer Key displayed after quiz Rebounding 1.) Grab the basketball with two hands and don't let go even if others are bouncing into you or slapping at the ball.
    • Quiz Time!
      • Question #3– Good or Poor Example of Contiguity Principle?
      LCD Of the following people who has been election president? A.) Mickey Mouse B.) Captain Obvious C.) Bill Clinton Click here for correct answer LCD Answer Key displayed after quiz
    • Quiz Time!
      • Question #4– Good or Poor Example of Contiguity Principle?
      LCD Of the following people who has been election president? A.) Mickey Mouse B.) Captain Obvious C.) Bill Clinton Click here for correct answer LCD Answer Key displayed after quiz Tigers are dangerous
    • Answer Key
      • Question #1- Bad example, there is no image to correspond to the text, a novice would have a difficult time understand what to do.
      • Question #2- Good example, the graphics is relevant to instructional purpose, rather than decorative. The visual could be more effective, but its still a good example of the multimedia principle.
      • Question #3- Good example, graphic is placed near the printed text.
      • Question #4- Bad example, corresponding printed words and graphics are not placed close to one another on the screen
      Of the following people who has been election president? A.) Mickey Mouse B.) Captain Obvious C.) Bill Clinton Click here for correct answer LCD
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