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An Evaluation Of The Effectiveness Of Instructional Television As Applied To Learning Beginning Golf Skills, Everett Lowayne Brewer Aug 1969

An Evaluation Of The Effectiveness Of Instructional Television As Applied To Learning Beginning Golf Skills, Everett Lowayne Brewer

All Master's Theses

This study compares the golf skills of a class viewing its own videotape replays to those of a class who was videotaped but did not view the replays. All other relevant variables were equalized between the two groups. In addition, a test was made of the attitudes of the experimental group toward videotape as a learning aid, and finally, an attempt was made to reduce the number of trials necessary in the post-test, in order to make the test more functional.


A Study Measuring The Effectiveness Of Visual Recall Provided By A Videotape Recorder In Teaching Golf Performance Skills, Rodney G. Morrow Aug 1968

A Study Measuring The Effectiveness Of Visual Recall Provided By A Videotape Recorder In Teaching Golf Performance Skills, Rodney G. Morrow

All Master's Theses

This is a study to determine if beginning golf students who view a videotape replay of themselves practicing a full swinging golf shot with an instructor's critique will improve their golf performance skills significantly more than students whose full swinging golf shot is videotaped but who are not exposed to a videotape replay of their performance; however, they were provided an instructor's critique.


Teaching Of The Fiction And Film Unit In The High School With Melville’S “Bartleby The Scrivener” And Bluestone’S Bartleby As Models, Michael Paul Lions Jun 1968

Teaching Of The Fiction And Film Unit In The High School With Melville’S “Bartleby The Scrivener” And Bluestone’S Bartleby As Models, Michael Paul Lions

All Master's Theses

Because literature teachers have little understanding of the art of film, they often consider the film to be a frill rather than an aid to learning. The author contends in this study that literature teachers must be convinced that the motion picture is an art, and that the motion picture teaches the student to appreciate and understand literature more thoroughly. The problem is to convince the literature teacher of the art and the power of the film.


The Development Of Self-Teaching Aids For Library Skills For Morgan Junior High School, Reva Dale Bayless Aug 1967

The Development Of Self-Teaching Aids For Library Skills For Morgan Junior High School, Reva Dale Bayless

All Master's Theses

The problem was the development, organization, and sequential use of visual materials in a junior high program of teaching library skills. The emphasis in the use of these materials was placed upon individual self-teaching.


The Construction And Use Of Eight Millimeter Single Concept Films In Industrial Arts, Lyle R. West Aug 1966

The Construction And Use Of Eight Millimeter Single Concept Films In Industrial Arts, Lyle R. West

All Master's Theses

It is the purpose of this study (1) to investigate the local production and use of silent eight millimeter loop films and (2) to construct a film to demonstrate the possibility of local production.


A Study Of Audiovisual Programs In Selected Liberal Arts Colleges, Eldon Eugene Forsyth Sep 1965

A Study Of Audiovisual Programs In Selected Liberal Arts Colleges, Eldon Eugene Forsyth

All Master's Theses

The purpose of the study is: (1) to determine the nature, scope, and operation of the present audiovisual services and programs in selected liberal arts colleges, (2) to identify pertinent problems in such programs by comparing the programs with a standard guideline, and (3) to develop recommendations for an effective audiovisual program in the form of guidelines to enrich the audiovisual program.


An Evaluation Of Instructional Materials For Use In Teaching Electronics, H. Allen Shockley Aug 1963

An Evaluation Of Instructional Materials For Use In Teaching Electronics, H. Allen Shockley

All Master's Theses

Through this study the writer will attempt to: (1) evaluate selected instructional materials for teaching electronics that are available through the facilities of Central Washington State College, University of Washington, and Washington State University; (2) develop a list of those materials worthy of use in teaching electronics in grades seven through twelve; and (3) make recommendations for improvements in this area.


A Study Of Teacher Production Of Two By Two Inch Photographic Projection Slides For Classroom Instruction, Samuel Wesley Peach Aug 1952

A Study Of Teacher Production Of Two By Two Inch Photographic Projection Slides For Classroom Instruction, Samuel Wesley Peach

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to investigate the area of teacher-constructed photographic slides: to consider the feasibility of such projects, the qualities desirable in teaching slides, and the techniques of production.


A Study Of Teacher Constructed Audio-Visual Aids, Marvin Joseph Schroeder Jun 1950

A Study Of Teacher Constructed Audio-Visual Aids, Marvin Joseph Schroeder

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study is to determine which teacher constructed audio-visual aids, as evaluated by a sample of audio-visual coordinators, are considered to be the most valuable for classroom use and which materials and equipment are needed for the construction and utilization of these aids.