In which of the following steps in the
teaching process should the instructor
spend the most time and effort in
correcting students errors?
Learning Objective: Identify the
various types of audiovisual (AV)
aids normally used in the CRP
activities; determine the value
and uses of AV materials.
Aids that are used by instructors to help
communicate their ideas to their students
would be identified as what type(s) of
4. Each of the above
In answering questions 7-16 through 7-18, select
from column B the type of nonprojected aid that
would be the most appropriate for the purpose
or use given in column A.
Purposes/Uses B. Type of Aids
Used to show the 1. Graphs
7-17. Used to show
Used for review
Learning Objective: Recognize the
various types of projected aids
used by CRP personnel and determine
the proper use of each type.
7-19. Which of the following AV tools would
NOT be classified as projected aids?
What is the main disadvantage to the use
of filmstrips in CRP teaching and presen-
They cannot be repaired without losing
some of the information
2. They are too expensive
3. They are too difficult to operate
4. They cannot be easily repaired
16mm motion pictures are not widely used
in CRP presentations because of which of
the following characteristics?
1. They are-too expensive
2. They are too general in the nature
3. The material may become obsolete due
to policy changes
4. Each of the above
ALL EXCEPT which of the following
properties of 8mm films make it
advantageous to use that type of film?
1. They are less expensive to produce
2. The equipment is less expensive
3. The equipment is easier to operate
4. It is easier to present a single
concept with them
One of the advantages to video cassettes
is that they can be erased and reused
after the material has served its purpose,
making them less expensive than other
Learning Objective: Determine the
importance of audiovisual aids in
training and presentations; determine
the correct procedures for the care
and maintenance of AV materials.
One of the major advantages to the use
of audiovisual aids in CRP training is
that practically all of the training can
be accomplished by the audiovisual aids
themselves making it possible to use
If an audiovisual (AV) presentation is
being prepared for distinguished people,
at least how many dry runs should be made
before the actual presentation?