NON PROJECTED AV AIDS Presentation Transcript:
1.PRESENTATION ON NON-PROJECTED A.V. AIDS
2.Introduction of A.V AIDS Meaning of A.V Aids The A.V. Aids are sensory devices and provide sensory experience to the learner , i.e. the learner can see and hear simultaneously. Definition of A.V. Aids Audio-visual aids are any device which can be used to make the learning more concrete, more realistic and more dynamic.
3.Projected A.V. Aids
Non projected A.V. Aids.
Classification of non projected A.V.AIDS
Graphic aids- it includes graphs , charts , diagrams , flashcards, poster, maps photographs.
Three dimensional Aids-It includes objects , specimen , models puppets etc.
Display boards-includes black board ,white board.
Print material-the print material includes pamphlets, booklets, handouts ,leaflets etc.
Audio-Aids-it includes radio , recordings , television etc.
Activity Aids- it includes demonstrations, field trips , computer assisted instructions etc.
4.Purposes of A.V. AidsTo improve and make teaching more effective and interesting.
To serve an instructional role in it self through motion picture or television/
Enable the audience to look ,listen and learn.
A pamphlet is an unbound booklet .It may consist of a single sheet of paper that is printed on both sides and folded in half ,in thirds or in fourth ,OR it may consist of a few pages that are folded in half and stapled at the crease to make a simple book.
6.USES OF PAMPHLETS
The pamphlets are used when we want to give people somewhat detailed information for example ,to:
Explain an issue to the community.
Inform people of their rights.
Win support for a campaign .
Advertise for a product .
7.ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES
1. Pamphlets are easy to understand.
2.They are time saving as much information is provided in a single pamphlet.
3.They are very cheap to produce.
Success of a pamphlet is not assured . Objective of a pamphlet is accomplished only if:
It is distributed properly and is attractive enough.
A leaflet is a written or pictorial message on a single sheet of paper which may be folded in half, in thirds or in fourths . It may be printed on both sides of paper.
1.It provides people with brief information.
2.It can be used in any field.
9.ADVANTAGES and DISADVANTAGES
Cheapest to produce .
Easy to understand.
Easy to create.
Preferable over other printed material as they provide adequate information on a single sheet.
It does not provide detailed information .
Success of a leaflet is not assured ,proper distribution and attractiveness are essential.
A sheet or sheets of paper containing topical information , distributed to people attending a speech, lecture or meeting.
Features of a good handout:
1.Handout should be made such that people pay attention to the content of the handout, not its appearance.
2.It should be easy to navigate.
11.ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES
Advantage-Handout assists the audience in understanding the content of the presentation .
Disadvantage-It can be a source of distraction if a listener misses the first few minutes of a speaker’s presentation because of being busy in looking through the handout.
A field trip is defined as a planned and supervised visit of a group of students outside the class room to get the first hand educational experience.
Types of field trips-
Local school trip.
Aims of fields-
To get the first hand experience and direct contact with the things.
To have an in–depth study of an instructional unit.
13.Advantages of field trips
Field trips provide accurate information about objects, and systems in their real settings.
It provides meaningful direct experience .
Students enthusiasm for fields trips can be easily diverted to effective learning.
Field trips can effectively supplement the classroom learning through application and review of field trip experiences of students.
Field trips develop proper attitudes and social skills among the children.
14.USING THE FIELD TRIP AS INSTRUCTIONAL UNIT
Prepare yourself and students for field trip.
Identify the main purpose of the trip.
Take a manageable group of students for field trip.
Prepare a guide and activity sheet for the educational tour.
Inform the proper agency about the field trip.
Prepare activity and workshop sheet and distribute to the student.
15.LIMITATION OF FIELD TRIPS
They can be expensive and out of reach for many disadvantaged and poor children.
Field trips require proper and detailed planning.