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"The development of school libraries is an indication of the increasing awareness among our schools of the value of instructional materials in a good school program. With a better understanding of the teaching-learning process has come the realization that library materials should include audio-visual as well as printed materials. Many of the teachers, principals and supervisors did not have the opportunities to learn about audio-visual materials because it is comparatively new. Many of these people have used these kinds of materials once or twice with little or no success and given up hopes of further use. Just get the teachers to use these materials correctly and the quality of the educational program will be greatly improved. This paper is prepared in an attempt to show the simplicity or ease with which these materials may be used and the benefits derived from using them by making teaching more effective. It is also a justification for the use of audio-visual materials in the school program. This has been justified, for reading matter on audio-visual materials is volumnous"--Introduction.
Includes bibliographical references (leaves 27-28).
Florida State University
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