Application of PPT Playing System in the General City Planning Course under a Multimedia Teaching Environment
Keywords:PPT presentation system, course of General City Planning, teaching, multimedia
By analyzing the defects and shortcomings of PPT technology application in college specialty teaching, the present paper designed a new PPT playing system that is characterized by remote control, multipath playing, and timely demonstration. This system can transform PPT text and image signals to video signals for playing and create multiple windows in different areas to achieve multipath playing. Thus, sixty teaching objects were randomly grouped into experimental class and control class. The General City Planning Course was taken as an example. PPT playing system was adopted for the students in the experimental class, whereas the traditional teaching method was applied for the students in the control class. Results reveal that various learning indexes of the experimental class are superior to those of control class. The application of PPT playing system in the General City Planning Course obtains a favorable teaching effect.
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