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Analysis Study Research Paper | Pedagogy | Nigeria | Volume 12 Issue 5, May 2023
Development of a 2D Digital Animated Mwaghavul Folktale for Teaching and Learning of Oral Literature in Primary Schools
Peace Sorochi Longdet | Bizuum Yadok | Patrick Panle
Abstract: The forces of this globalisation have brought new ways of relaxation where the younger generation and adults alike no longer make use of their native folktales despite the socio-cultural, educational and recreational values encapsulated in the tales. This study aims at developing and testing Mwaghavul folktales as edutainment tools for teaching and learning oral literature in Nigerian primary schools with a focus on selected schools in Plateau State, Nigeria. To achieve this, the methodologies that adopted were experimental and evaluation. Experimental shall develop the tool and establish the relation between the use of the tool and teaching/learning outcomes while evaluation shall ensure the measure of the effective use of the tool. The research will employ the survey method in gathering data for this study. The major outcome of the work will be a 5-10 minutes 2D animation for pupils age 5-12 years old. The result of the study will be visible in the motivation of both teachers and learners of oral literature in the teaching and learning process; stimulation of interest in both teachers and learners; making available indigenous digital materials to ease delivery of subject content and understanding for both teachers and learners of oral literature in primary schools.
Keywords: edutainment, development, testing, teaching, learning, oral literature
Edition: Volume 12 Issue 5, May 2023,
Pages: 99 - 105