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Sally plaza

  1. 1. AUDIO VISUALFILM,VIDEO & TVPrepared by: SALLY G. PLAZA BSEd II-A
  2. 2. • Audiovisual – using both sound & vision, as in teaching aids• Film – a flexible cellulose material covered w/ a light sensitive substance used in photography; a motion picture• Video – transmission or recording of television programs or films, using a television set & a video recorders & tape
  3. 3. • Audio visual film & video– are the audio visual aids w/c can supply added impact & clarity to your presentation- can visually reinforce the points made verbally in your presentation- to summarize the points you will make as well as those you have already made- to visually clarify important concepts and analogies
  4. 4. Why do we think we need to use audio-visual aids in our lesson?a. To maintain a high level of interest in the lessonb. To get students to use the language, especially at the beginning stagesc. To promote greater student participationd. They can be used at all levels of learning
  5. 5. OBJECTIVE / AIMS:• After completing this section, the students will be able to use audio visuals effectively in presenting information.
  6. 6. GUIDELINES:• CHECK the room layout & locate light switches & dimmers. Films & slides must be shown in a darkened room.• DO use them to summarize or show the sequence of content• DO use them to illustrate and reinforce your support statements.
  7. 7. • DO use them to add visual clarity to your concepts and ideas.• DO use them to focus the attention of the target group on key points.• DONT project copies of printed or written text. Instead, summarize the information and show only the key points on the visual aids. If the group must read every word, use handouts for reading, either before or after your presentation.
  8. 8. • DONT put yourself in the role of aiding your visuals: A presentation is primarily an oral form of communication. If your only function is to read the information on your overheads or slides, the target group will become easily bored.• MAKE sure that the images & sound are clear free of static & other interference.
  9. 9. • BE familiarize the equipment & know how to use it.• IF you are using slides, check to make sure that they are all in order & facing in the right direction (not upside down)• CHECK your equipment. Make sure it can project the media you want to use, in the manner that you want to use it. Verify that it is in good
  10. 10. working condition & that all cables, wires, plugs, etc. are in place & ready to go.● PLAN what you will do if the equipment breaks down.
  11. 11. Advantages:1. Immediate confirmation2. Your student are motivated to learn3. Authentic language4. Global awareness and understanding5. Environmentally friendly6. Allow both audio & video communications7. Facilitate personal feelings8. Enable high levels of interaction
  12. 12. Disadvantages:1. Technical problems2. Student distractions3. Expenses4. Time5. Space6. Convenience

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