At the end of the first semester a talking motion picture on molecular physics was shown twice to Section A in College Physics. Section B did not see the picture. The following day the Nation-wide examination in College Physics was given to both groups and about twenty questions were selected for analysis from the examination covering material reviewed in the pictures. Also a supplementary examination of 13 questions was given to cover material not covered in the final examination. An analysis of the results shows that this talking motion picture was a very effective means of reviewing molecular physics.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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Lapp, C. J. and Poppy, W. J.
"Some Experiments on the Teaching Value of Talking Motion Pictures in College Physics,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 41(1), 256-256.
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