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That motion pictures are effective stimulators of the mind is a fact which seems to be generally accepted by many people. In accepting this belief school administrators have wisely turned to the sound film as an aid in teaching. However the question at once arises concerning the manner in which this program is to be put into practice. Furthermore can the results of this type of program be evaluated? In the ensuing pages will be given some of the basic facts and theory concerning good audio-visual practices. Following this will be an account of how such a program was put into practice in Apalachicola, Florida, during the school year 1949 and 1950. After this account of the operation is sketched an attempt to evaluate this program from several points is made.
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