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Abstract

In today;'s fast-paced world where messages conveyed through many forms of media, television as a form of entertainment, television as a from of entertainment has enjoyed much popularity It has grown in recent years as a method of instruction through entertainment.

Television can be used effectively for learning, especially if used regularly. Kelly (1964) has shown that when television is used regularly as a source of instruction in the form of lectures and demonstrations, students do as well and sometimes significantly better on tests than when it is not used regularly. Another requirement for learning by television is that its used must be planned and organized efficiently. It is most effective as a tool for learning when the children are involved in related learning activities.

Year of Submission

1974

Degree Name

Master of Arts

Department

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

Department

Division of Library Studies

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Date Original

1974

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Language

en

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