Begins the in-depth teaching of (sh) by teaching the first step: learning to blunt the tongue. Follows the learning process through the "Presentation Stage" to the "Imitation Stage," after the teacher's evaluation of the pupil's main error in blunting. Demonstrates two teaching devices.
Depicts a second pupil beginning to learn (sh) through in-depth teaching, starting with Step 1--blunting--at Face A of the speech model. Examines the pupil's blunting error (pulling the whole tongue back) and his first approximate correction of the error, achieved through shaping.
Continues work on the first step of learning (sh), blunting the tongue, at the "Imitation Stage." Shows the pupil achieving a better approximation of pulling the tip into the body of the tongue, and finally achieving correct blunting by keeping the tongue blunted and forward.
Continues in-depth work on (sh) with tongue blunting on Face A of the speech model. Shows kinesthetic practice on blunting. The pupil has reached the "Production Stage" of tongue blunting and is ready to learn the second step of (sh): closing the mouth to the right degree while maintaining the blunted tongue. Progresses through Step 2 on Face A of the speech model, consisting of the "Presentation Stage," "Imitation Stage," and "Production Stage." Presents a teacher evaluation of the pupil's errors at Step 2.
Examines the third step in producing (sh) in isolation: blowing air across the high blunted tongue. Progresses from the "Presentation Stage" through the "Imitation Stage" to the "Production Stage," using two teaching devices.
Presents an integrative device for the general teaching (as contrasted with the specific speech lesson) of language and speech. Describes the entire pattern as well as attempting a speech correction. Explains the GLGSP framework for making a learning situation for language or speech or both out of every communication between pupil and adult.
Characterizes the land that lies along oceans and large lakes in terms of physical features and uses of the land. Points out that differences in the physical appearance of land near shorelines may be caused by natural forces such as wind and erosion, or by man building inland waterways and constructing recreational facilities. States that nature sometimes ruins what man has built, but that man often destroys the beauty of land that nature has taken a very long time to develop.
Tells the dramatic story of two young people whose lives are interrupted and threatened by tuberculosis. Shows modern tuberculosis case-finding, diagnosis, hospitalization, and rehabilitation after the cure has been effected.
Develops a general understanding of the nature, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis. Portrays conditions under which individuals are first infected, and describes, by means of animated drawings, the process of primary infection and reinfection. Demonstrates tuberculin tests and X-ray examinations, and portray effective hospital treatment.