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ORAL AND AURAL MEDIA

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uses of aural and oral media in classroom

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ORAL AND AURAL MEDIA

  1. 1. MEDIA MEDIA ARE THE MEANS FOR TRANSFERING AND DELIVERING MESSAGE MEDIA IS THE PLURAL OF MEDIUM
  2. 2. TEACHING MEDIA • TEACHING MEDIA MAY BE DEFINED AS THE CHANNELS OR MEANS OR MEDIUM THROUGH WHICH INFORMATION IS CONVEYED
  3. 3. IMPORTANCE OF MEDIA IN TEACHING Maintain interest Active learning Add variety in teaching Easiest way of learning Long lasting learning
  4. 4. TYPES OF MEDIA AUDIO MEDIA radio programs, audio cassets,tape recorder,mp3…..etc.  VISUAL MEDIA picture, photo, charts,….etc. Audio visual video and television Programs Multimedia pictures, animation, audio and visual programs
  5. 5. AURAL /ORAL MEDIA Meaning  AURAL  Aural refers to language as we hear it.  It is the basic learning style.  Information is transmitted by hearing and speaking.  ORAL  Oral refers to speaking what we say.
  6. 6. QUOTATION According to hoary adage “we are given two ears and one mouth, so we can listen twice as much as we talk.
  7. 7. EXAMPLES OF AURAL MEDIA
  8. 8. CHARACTERISTICS Aural  Critical thinking developed  Well hearing position  Grab the attention  Create image of the concept Oral  Clear information  Concrete knowledge  Audible volume  Level of students
  9. 9. AUDIO MEDIA Audio media refers to a sound coming from a recording, transmission or electronic devices. Audio delivery of learning Speed up learning time Easy to find and convenient
  10. 10. EXAMPLES OF AUDIO MEDIA
  11. 11. CHARACTERISTICS CLEAR VOICE RELEVANT TOPIC APPROPRIATE LENGTH CLEAR PITCH
  12. 12. STRENGHTS AND LIMITATION STRENGHTS  Cut the barriers  Easy to move  Affordable and accessible  Serve the need LIMITATIONS  One way communication Power failure issues  Extra resources needed  Can not offer images
  13. 13. CONCLUSION • Aural and audio make our teaching and learning process more effective and teachers can achieve their goals if its uses effectively.

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