Ict And The World Of Sense Objects

891 WordsJan 16, 20154 Pages
Audiovisual education has developed rapidly since the 1920’s by drawing on new technologies of communication. John Amos Comenius (1592–1670), a Bohemian educator, was one of the first to propose a systematic method of audiovisual education. (Audiovisual education, n.d.). Comenius, J. A. prepared a book known as orbit sensulium pictus (the world of sense objects) which contained about 150 pictures on aspects of everyday life. The book is considered to be the first illustrated textbook for children education. (Selvi.D, T. ,2007 & Sabarish, P. ,2014) In past educational system, technologies were not vast. In early 1920’s, people were not fully aware of how to make teaching learning environment successful. Even in today’s world, there are…show more content…
Audio-visual aids are the instructional materials through which a person can listen a message and along with that can see the presentation of the given message. Definitions of audio-visual aids: According to Merriam Webster Dictionary, Audio-visual aid is defined as a "designed to aid in learning or teaching by making use of both hearing and sight.” (Audiovisual, 2015) According to Good, C.V. “Audio- visual aids are those aids which help in completing the triangular process of learning i.e., motivation, classification, stimulation.” as cited Selvi.D, T. in 2007 & John, J. G. in 2014 Audio-visual aids include films, projectors, motion pictures, videos, overhead projectors, slide projectors, caption videos, DVD, cartoons etc. According to James, K.S. “Audio visual aids are any device which can be used to make the learning experience more concrete, more realistic and more dynamic” as cited Selvi.D, T. in 2007 & John, J. G. in 2014 In this research there are three basic things that have been focused, effect of audio-visual aids, speaking skills and listening skills. Listening is a basic and the first primary skill to which everyone should be familiar with that in order to getting the idea of speakers. Listening means to pay conscious attention to the sound or voice of the speaker. This skill is also known as passive or receptive skill. Whereas, speaking skill is a second basic primary skill. Speaking is also known as active or productive
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