Design a Pilot Program Based on the Storyboard to Teach an Iraqi Displaced Children: Experimental Study


The storyboard is a world-class art that uses storytelling to use scenes or sequential drawings to express text written in a specific script to play an important role in spreading visual culture.This important of this research is to use the impact of this art to provide a pilot program specialized based on the storyboard to teach displaced children at Iraq,The research aims at designing a program for pre-school children between (3-6 years) who have not been allowed schools because of the bad situation which caused by the war and unstable situations in Iraq, to attend to the school, and attempt to secure their rights to education.The researchers seek to prepare a curriculum appropriate to the first stage of the children mentioned above in order to reconstruct their behavior positively and teach them the principles and basics of reading and writing.

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Mohannad K.Sabir Al-Lami, University of Baghdad, Iraq
Muntaha Abdulkareem Jasim Al-Kaabi, University of Baghdad, Iraq
Zahraa Mohannad K. Sabir Al-Lami, Amerling Gymnasium, Austria

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Conference: ACE2017
Stream: Professional Training, Development & Concerns in Education

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