INTERACTIVE STORY DEVELOPMENT FOR THE UNIT OF TURKS ON THE SILK ROAD IN SOCIAL SCIENCES COURSE

Ayşen Karamete, Kıvanç Topraklikoğlu

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With this study, creating interactive story that includes interaction factors was purposed in order to support teaching of the unit of Turks on the Silk Road in Social Sciences course of 6th grades. The research method was defined as Design and Development Research and ADDIE pattern that is one of the teaching design pattern was based while developing interactive story. In accordance with this purpose, subject was defined, acquirements were examined and story process was written a script in line with acquirements. Dubbing, background and animations were created after characters who play a part in the story had been designed. Interactive story was finalized thanks to Actionscript 2.0 language and Adobe Flash program. Expert opinion about created interactive story was taken from training technologies expert and social sciences teacher. Recommended arrangements in accordance with expert opinions were made. Material usage of the group with 28 6th grades students was made available. Interactive story was found remarkable and interesting by students. Thus, it was stated that it increases motivational feeling.

 

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digital storytelling, interactive story, interactive narrative, social sciences, computer aided story

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