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Types of Instructional Materials
I. Non- Projected Displays
II. Printed and Duplicated Materials
III. Projected Displays
IV. Audio Materials
V. Linked Audio and Still-Visual
VI. Film and Video Materials
VII. Computer-Mediated Materials
all visual displays that can be shown to a
class, small group or individual student
without the use of an optical or
electronic projector of any sort.
•Chalk or Marker Board
Write or draw large enough for
everyone in the group to see.
Use colored chalk or marker for
Use a pointer when appropriate.
Erase all irrelevant material.
Stand to one side of the board to
avoid hiding the essential information.
all textual and handout materials to be
used by students or trainees which can
be run off in large numbers by printing
machines, photocopiers and duplicators.
motion pictures, filmstrips, slides of various
sizes, transparencies for overhead projection,
and specialized equipment such as rear
screen projection or an opaque projector.
Still Projected Displays
all the various systems whereby straight
forward audio material can be played to
a class, group or individual.
media that enable audio signals to be
combined with moving visual sequences, thus
enabling a further dimension to be added to
integrated audio visual presentations
FILM AND VIDEO
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all the various materials that require
a computer of some sort to enable them
to be displayed, studied or used.