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Developing Story Game Cards for Elementary School Students
Many studies show that students can improve their oral expression, logical thinking or other abilities through participating in storytelling activities; thus, encouraging students participating in storytelling activities has its significant necessity. However, students’ concentration and learning interests are difficult to maintain, so this study combines the features of storytelling and graphics to enhance students learning motivation through game-based learning. The practical approach of this study is to cite appropriate graphics and refine a set of story game cards of the board game.The reviews of related literature are probed at the pre-design stage. And according to pictogram communication theories, the story game cards are designed concerning three main facets: figure styles, event categories, and image identities. These facets are used as guidelines in designing appearance, content, and the game rules of the game cards. A questionnaire on user satisfaction was given after user experiencing process to understand students’ levels of satisfaction. The results indicated that 1) Students achieve high satisfaction with all designs of story cards, 2) The average score of the game mode is the highest, which shows that students like to play the add-on story game with teammates, and 3) Students like the plots and the contents of the story which they created with classmates. And students also agree that participating storytelling board game can improve their storytelling ability. According to the above results, some suggestions are provided for refining the story game cards, including the diversity of figure styles, the applicability of dimension, and the commonality of appearance. And future researchers can further explore students’ usage conditions and learning effects, as a reference for relevant research in the same field.
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