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THE EFFECTS OF CONCEPT CARTOONS AND ARGUMENTATION BASED CONCEPT CARTOONS ON STUDENTS' ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS

Feyzi Osman Pekel
2021 Journal of Baltic Science Education  
concept cartoons was higher than the group using concept cartoons.  ...  This research is the first to compare the effects of concept cartoons and argumentation-based concept cartoons on students' academic achievement in teaching sixth grade RGDLT subjects.  ...  Acknowledgements Thanks to the teachers and students who contributed to the advancement of science by participating in this research, and to the parents who gave consent for their children to participate  ... 
doi:10.33225/jbse/21.20.956 fatcat:6agws74nhnaojgce4huh2blhqi

Learning via Television Cartoon

Normaliza Abd Rahim, Hazlina Abdul Halim, Roslina Mamat
2014 Asian Social Science  
The subjects viewed 8 episodes of Upin and Ipin for 1 hour a week for a total of 8 weeks. The subjects were interviewed based on their views about the cartoon.  ...  Cartoons began with paper drawing and have evolved to the highest technology of dissemination in the form of movies; apart from that, cartoons have become a teaching tool for second language learners.  ...  Furthermore, according to Keogh & Naylor (1999) , concept cartoons are learning and teaching tools that are used primarily in science education in order to explore scientific concepts.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ass.v10n15p8 fatcat:qtmvz2us3nfcxbes5kzq5askom

Tips and Tricks [chapter]

Tim Jones, Barry Kelly, Allan S. Rosson, Dave Wolfe
2007 Foundation Flash Cartoon Animation  
Laos, like many other developing countries dependent on agriculture and natural resources for the subsistence of a mostly rural population, has used land use planning (LUP) as a core policy instrument  ...  to achieve sustainable development.  ...  International Forestry Research (CIFOR, Indonesia) and funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC); and the Comprehensive Analysis of the Trajectories of Changes (Catch-Up) Program  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4302-0481-7_12 fatcat:4yshx4yvtfdqhapiq6dmsmjcvu

Media Cartoons: Effects on Issue Resolution in Environmental Education

Michael A. TOLEDO, Rosanelia T. YANGCO, Allen A. ESPINOSA
2014 International Electronic Journal of Environmental Education  
In this regard, the researcher encourages the use of media cartoons as an alternative teaching strategy as it improved the issue resolution skills of students.  ...  Students had an active participation in sharing insights and opinions in evaluating the message of media cartoons.Based on the findings of this study, the researcher concludes that exposure to media cartoons  ...  As this strategy is an exercise in visual literacy, it is a critically important skill as social interactions rely on symbolic representations. . . .  ... 
doi:10.18497/iejee-green.99250 fatcat:hkk35rpiungktfccyxbt7z5mcy

Teaching primary grade students perfectionism through cartoons compared to bibliotherapy

Miranda L. Zousel, Audrey C Rule, Stephanie R. Logan
2013 International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education  
The authors recommend that both bibliotherapy and cartoon analysis be used in lessons about perfectionism to maintain student interest and comprehension of concepts.  ...  This experimental study compared concept acquisition and enjoyment of learning about perfectionism under two conditions: bibliotherapy (control) and analysis and construction of cartoons (experimental)  ...  Acknowledgements The cartoons shown in this article for teaching about perfectionism were made by Melissa Wolf, Susan Boatwright, and Miranda Zousel.  ... 
doaj:a81cf560d1f744b7821eb5a1c0c99051 fatcat:r72hodk4drhtnalwlyzkgrknam

Addressing the Poor Performance of Ghanaian Junior High School Pupils in selected science concepts through the use of Concepts Cartoons: A Study of Okai-Koi District, Accra

Rosemary Naana Kumi-Manu
2021 International journal for innovation education and research  
Concept cartoons are instructional tools designed to generate scientific thinking among learners.  ...  This study explored the use of concept cartoons to enhance the performance of Junior High School pupils in selected science concepts by using pre and post intervention test.  ...  research approach because it is an interactive method of collecting information that is used to explore topics of teaching, curriculum development and student behavior in the classroom (McCallister &  ... 
doi:10.31686/ijier.vol9.iss9.3352 fatcat:gpotsvws6vb5bb2do7zp5qd36u

Effect of Concept Cartoons on Kindergarten Pupils' Numeracy and Science Performance in Sagnarigu-Tamale, Ghana

Alexander Hero Yawo Asare, Adam Mumuni Jeremiah, Frederick Ameyaw, Daniel Nti
2022 EAST AFRICAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION AND SOCIAL SCIENCES  
The study established that the use of concept cartoons significantly improved the pupils' achievement in natural science and numeracy lessons.  ...  Therefore, the use of concept cartoons as a teaching aid is a powerful approach to improve the performance of pupils in sciences and numeracy.  ...  Concept cartoons elicit ideas from learners and are an effective tool for developing students' ideas.  ... 
doi:10.4314/eajess.v3i3.179 fatcat:j4vlrlf4jbb6tgcu4oz2hvqbke

PRECEDENCE AS A CATEGORY OF A POLICODE TEXT OF POLITICAL CARTOONS IN THE ARABIC AND FRENCH LANGUAGES

Natalia M. Dugalich, Luisa N. Gishkaeva
2019 RUDN Journal of Language Studies, Semiotics and Semantics  
It should be noted that a political cartoon is always a reflection of the opinion of society or an individual's reaction to a significant public event, and it is its universal feature, which makes it possible  ...  The relevance of this work is due to the description of the precedence in a polycode text in a comparative aspect due to the lack of a sufficient number of scientific papers affecting this issue.  ...  A political cartoon is an universal instrument of dialogue between the government and the society, a reflection or reaction of the society to a certain political event, a series of events, or a person  ... 
doi:10.22363/2313-2299-2019-10-2-418-434 fatcat:62c5e5ypzfgavkasrlpt3hxace

Cartoon as support material in education for biodiversity conservation: The feasibility of using "the Tom and Jerry show", "Mickey Mouse Clubhouse" and "Masha and the Bear" series in elementary school

Wender da Silva Caixeta, Guilherme Malafaia, Lucas Benites Doretto, Ivana Felipe Rosa, Rafael Henrique Nóbrega, Aline Sueli de Lima Rodrigues
2021 Case Studies in Chemical and Environmental Engineering  
Acknowledgment The authors are grateful to the Brazilian National Council for Research (CNPq) (Brazilian research agency) (proc. no 426531/2018-3) and to Instituto Federal Goiano for the financial support  ...  In addition, our study can be used as a strategy for exploring various scientific concepts and related to environmental issues within the scope of Science teaching in basic education.  ...  [42] who used an instrument for the rapid assessment of rivers and streams (at adapted language) by elementary school students (6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th years).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cscee.2021.100123 fatcat:etmy4dzxqngehnawauq7smku3q

The Effectiveness of Teaching Vocabulary by Using Cartoon Film toward Vocabulary Mastery of EFL Students

Fathul Munir
2016 Journal of English Language Teaching and Linguistics  
It indicates that cartoon film is suitable to teach vocabulary. So from the result the researchers suggest to the English teacher that cartoon film is effective to teach vocabulary for young learners  ...  This article investigates the suitable media to develop students' vocabulary in elementary level is audio visual media especially cartoon film media, the problems of the study are: (1) How is the students  ...  As a result, they need an environment rich in printed materials that stimulate the development of language and literacy skills.  ... 
doi:10.21462/jeltl.v1i1.20 fatcat:mppf65ieuffrzo5ujb7fnyeb7y

Black and White in Ink: Discourses of Resistance in South African Cartooning

Andy Mason
2002 African and Asian Studies  
Acknowledgements Acknowledgements are due to my supervisors, Professors Lynn Dalrymple and Keyan Tomaselli, for their guidance and patience.  ...  interacting on an ongoing basis with like-minded artists around the world.  ...  text to create an extremely effective educational tool aimed at low-literacy readers.  ... 
doi:10.1163/15692090260450038 fatcat:t5p45qbqn5djdb4d4qgc77zvdi

The development of emergent literacy in Serbian kindergartens: Basic resources and related practices

Nada Seva, Jelena Radisic
2013 Psihološka Istraživanja  
This study explores the basic resources available in kindergartens and practices of kindergarten teachers that literature recognizes as supportive for the development of emergent literacy in 3-5 year-old  ...  Although children mainly watch TV 1-3 times per week, it is used mostly for entertainment, with only 34% of teachers using it as an educational tool in the interaction with children.  ...  Given that the educational programmes in Serbia do not explicitly support the concept of emergent literacy for the age 3-5, we wished to explore how the concept is recognized in practice, among kindergarten  ... 
doi:10.5937/psistra1302159s fatcat:jw3d26svsnc6dh7w6uxwcfssam

A CHAT Approach of Light and Colors in Science Teaching for the Early Grades

Eleni Kolokouri, Katerina Plakitsi
2016 World Journal of Education  
In this sense learning of scientific concepts has been proved a creative component of methods, interactions and social practices.  ...  Within this frame, a narrative about light, colors and shadows was written as part of an Innovative Science Curriculum for the early grades.  ...  It is the second part of a Science Curriculum for the early grades that was developed in order to introduce teaching scientific concepts by using cartoons.  ... 
doi:10.5430/wje.v6n4p1 fatcat:j3wqsg4fmzehfj2gipyriik4oq

The Effect of Inquiry-Based Science Comics on Primary Learners' Scientific Literacy Skills

Muhammad Randy Fananta, Tria Umbara, Nena P Valdez
2019 Global Journal of Business & Social Science Review (GJBSSR)  
Three levels of learners' scientific literacy which covers scientific concepts and phenomena (LTC-1), thinking (LTC-2), and scientific inquiry processes (LTC-3) were quantitatively measured by using problem-set  ...  This finding indicates that inquiry-based science comics provide a support platform in developing the fundamental scientific literacy skills of primary graders.  ...  The series of comics that were developed emphasized visual and textual representations to build the knowledge of science in interesting daily life contexts through dialogue, humorous cartoons, scientific  ... 
doi:10.35609/gjbssr.2019.7.4(1) fatcat:tfwv5o3uknbpfdbpt4iqfhhoje

A Cultural Historical Activity Theory Approach In Natural Sciences Education Laboratory Lessons Towards Reforming Teachers Training

Eleni Kolokouri, Xarikleia Theodoraki, Katerina Plakitsi
2012 World Journal of Education  
Scientific concepts are taught as part of the natural curriculum of natural sciences education at the early grades which is strongly connected with CHAT.  ...  At this level scientific learning is connected with inquiring in authentic environments, practicing skills of observation, classification, communication etc., and making sense of the relations and interactions  ...  developing scientific concepts.  ... 
doi:10.5430/wje.v2n2p23 fatcat:3txsoqzx2neh7j4fb67kdm3gqu
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