The Effect of Dialogue-Based Manga as Materials for Japanese Language Teaching
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The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of teacher-created manga as teaching materials in learning dialogues in elementary Japanese classes. Activities with a teacher-created manga were conducted in class. Students' reactions, performances, and perspectives were examined qualitatively based on the investigation of video record, questionnaire, and interviews. It was found that pictures of the manga helped the students to memorize the dialogue. The manga activities enhanced students' motivation, creativity, and class interactions. This study also discovered the limitation and challenges of the usage of the teacher-created manga in Japanese language teaching.
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