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How Teaching Video Production Develops Other Skills in Elementary School Children; A Case Study: Children's 'Making TV Program' Project in Wakasa Takahama, Fukui Prefecture

公開日:2014.10.03

発行日
2012年03月31日
概要
That media literacy can be developed in children by teaching video production skills has already been documented. In this paper, the author claims that teaching video production techniques develops a much wider range of abilities in children, including important social skills. The elementary school children
involved with the 'Making TV Program' project in Wakasa Takahama, Fukui Prefecture, became better communicators, were able to work more cooperatively with each other, and could articulate goals and methods more clearly. It wasn't just the elementary school children who benefited from this project: The university students who mentored and supported the children in this project were shown to have developed a better appreciation of the emotional impact that video can have on audiences, superior analytical abilities, clearer communication skills, more effective teaching techniques, better people management skills and a much improved ability to concentrate in the presence of loud and insistent distractions.
キーワード

Media Literacy

Video Production

'Making TV Program' project in Wakasa Takahama

Social Skill

Communication Skills

Ability Development

文献等

掲載誌名・書名:

CJPSCS/JJPC(総合政策研究), Vol.20, pp.37-48

公開者・出版社:

中央大学総合政策学部

書誌コード類:

ISSN: 1341-7827

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日本語
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