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  • Symbol Systems (G. Salomon) – the effects of media on learning
    • The meaning extracted from a given medium depends upon the learner;
    • In this lesson - we will compare two media of presenting information: reading vs. animation.
  • Subject: Interjection (medium 1)
    • Interjection is a part of speech that can stand alone to express emotion or a reaction.
    • Although an interjection can form a complete sentence, one can often also be inserted within a sentence, usually parenthetically or separated by commas from the rest of the sentence.
    • In written English, an interjection frequently is used with exclamation marks.
  • Subject: Interjection (medium 2)
    • Please click on the link to view the video about Interjections
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RhHpJ45_zwM
  • Functional Context (T. Sticht)
    • The learning of new information is facilitated by making it possible for the learner to relate it to knowledge already possessed and transform old knowledge into new knowledge
  • Subject: Interjection
    • What do you say when you are hurt?
    • And when you are sad?
    • What about happy?
    • Really surprised?
    Ouch! Oh! Hurray! No way!
  • Subject: Interjection
    • You just learned Interjection!
    • That was easy!
    Congratulations! Wow!
  • Recourses:
    • http://tip.psychology.org/theories.html
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rP4N27kbMdk
    • http://www.lessontutor.com/eesinterjection.html