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INSTRUCTIONAL   MEDIA   MATERIAL Some  Navy  instructors  think  of  instructional  media  material  (MMM)  as  being  synonymous with   video   tapes.   Others   think   IMM   is   an   instructor   crutch   to   relieve   the   burden   of   teaching, and  still  others  consider  IMM  to  be  sources  of  entertainment.  Just  what  is  IMM?  It  is  any device   or   piece   of   equipment   that   is   used   to   help   the   student   understand   and   learn.   More specifically,  IMM  is  a  specially  prepared  chart,  poster,  illustration,  video  tape,  slide  picture, motion  picture,  model,  mockup,  recording,  or  piece  of  equipment  that  will  assist  student understanding   and   expedite   learning.   Showing   is   often   easier   than   telling.   Utilizing   the   sense of   sight   in   parallel   with   hearing   creates   more   effective   instruction   and   greater   retention   of information  by  the  students. PURPOSES   OF   INSTRUCTIONAL   MEDIA   MATERIAL The   most   important   purpose   of   IMM   is   to   increase   student   understanding.   Other   important purposes   are   to   increase   student   retention,   interest,   and   motivation   and   to   provide   uniformity in   training. Increases  Student  Understanding It  is  possible  and  quite  probable  for  a  group  of  students  to  form  entirely  different  ideas  about the  same  thing  as  a  result  of  a  verbal  description.  Although  you  might  describe  in  detail  a  piece of  navigation  equipment,  such  as  a  sextant,  unless  the  students  have  seen  one,  they  may  develop a  completely  wrong  idea  about  it.  To  form  a  more  complete  understanding,  students  need  to see  the  sextant  or  a  model  of  it  to  supplement  your  description. Students   may   have   problems   understanding   the   proper   relationships   of   the   various   parts   of an  object  from  a  verbal  explanation  only.  In  the  case  of  the  sextant,  you  would  have  difficulty making   students   understand   the   functions   and   relationships   of   the   parts   without   the   use   of   a working  model,  cutaway,  or  series  of  charts.  IMM  brings  subjects  into  perspective,  produces accurate  interpretations,  and  aids  in  the  understanding  of  relationships. Increases   Student   Interest   and   Motivation IMM   is   far   more   effective   in   attracting   attention   and   creating   interest   than   a   verbal description  given  without  the  use  of  an  aid.  Use  IMM  that  will  capture  your  students’  attention and   continue   to   hold   their   attention   as   the   lesson   progresses. Students  may  not  be  attracted  by  a  description  of  the  various  types  of  small  arms;  but  their curiosity   will   be   aroused   immediately   by   the   display   of   a   rifle,   pistol,   shotgun,   or   carbine. Focus   the   attention   and   concentration   of   the   entire   group   on   the   specific   part   you   are teaching   about.   Our   minds   tend   to   concentrate   on   the   thing   upon   which   our   eyes   are   focused (sense   of   sight). The  satisfiaction  of  having  done  a  job  well  is  a  feeling  familiar  to  everyone.  A  similar  reaction occurs  in  a  training  situation  when  a  student  feels  the  instruction  is  of  definite  value.  The 102

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