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Audio-Visual Learning Media

Audio-visual based learning media is a type of instructional learning media that has audio (sound) and visual (picture) characteristics. The existence of these two characteristics, this type of media has a better ability.
Audio-Visual Learning Media

So the audio-visual based learning media is divided into two namely:
1) Audio-visual still, which is media that displays sound and still images such as sound frames, sound frame films, and sound prints.
2) Audio-visual motion, which is media that displays sound elements and moving images such as sound films and video cassettes.
Another division of this audio-visual based learning media is:
1) Pure audio-visual is both an audio element and an image element from one source, for example a video cassette film.
2) Audio-visual is not purely an element of sound and picture elements come from different sources such as sound frame films whose picture elements are from a slide projector and the sound elements are sourced from a tape recorder. (Haryoko, 2009)

Strengths and weaknesses of audio-visual based learning media.
Strengths (Harland Paningga, 2019)
1) Audio-visual based learning media are more effective on student discipline.
2) Audio-visual based learning media attract more attention of students in learning.
3) It is easier for students to understand.
4) Learning material is not monotonous on verbal communication through spoken words by the teacher
5) Learning will feel more innovative and not boring.

Weaknesses (Fadhil, 2015).
1) Limited teacher time to make media.
2) Limitations in mastering audio-visual editing (video) software, thus making teachers only utilize existing media.
3) Lack of facilities that support audio-visual media such as LCD projectors, DVDs, televisions, etc.