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dc.contributor.authorLarsari, Vahid Norouzi
dc.contributor.authorWildová, Radka
dc.identifier.citationInovace a technologie ve vzdělávání: časopis o nových metodách a inovacích v technickém a přírodovědném vzdělávání. 2020, č. 2, s. 14-22.cs
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dc.publisherZápadočeská univerzita v Plzni, Fakulta pedagogickács
dc.rights© Západočeská univerzita v Plznics
dc.subjectčtení s porozuměnímcs
dc.subjectschopnost čtenícs
dc.titleThe psychological effect of motion info graphics on reading ability of primary school studentsen
dc.description.abstract-translatedNowadays, rapid changes in technology have remarkable effect on students’ educational life. The technological devices of information and communication are improved to deliver valuable knowledge quickly, regardless of the place and time, novel media demonstration formats emerged. Infographics are examples of this format, which use graphic visual pictures to show the information, knowledge or data effectively. Infographics are utilized in instruction, particularly in instructional design which is more challenging to design an education. Therefore, teaching by infographics helps students to internalize and comprehend visual knowledge and provide a wider body of learning and grasp in teaching and learning. Motion graphics (MGs) are utilized in different venues for the aims of informing and entertaining audiences. Motion infographics are graphic visual representations of information, intended to present information quickly and clearly. Improving reading knowledge has always been an important concern to Primary school learners, so far much attempt, devoted to improve reading knowledge in various methods. Nowadays, it is time to forget the stereotypical methods of reading learning which rarely engage the readers’ mind in the learning process and focus their attention on utilizing multimedia and visualizations in form of infographics in reading abilities. The present study was designed to investigate the effect of using motion infographics on reading ability of primary school students. The main objective of this study is to investigate the primary school students’ perceptions about using infographics in education. The research is designed as a quantitative study. The total number of students participating in this research was 60. Data were accumulated by the researcher during this study. The gathered data were analysed via the descriptive analysis and inferential statistics approach.en
dc.subject.translatedreading comprehensionen
dc.subject.translatedreading abilityen
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