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Instructional Technique Part D - Visual Aids

UK, 1966 (MIFF 1967, Programme D)

Director: Richard Need

This is a demonstration of the methods an instructor can use in his teaching through the medium of vision. The film itself becomes a model for instructional films.

First Prize, Venice Festival; First Prize, British Industrial Film Association.

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