Developing and Creating Multimedia for Learning Values of Thai Literature


This qualitative research aimed to create effective multimedia for learning values of Thai literature and producing it as an innovative media. Processes of developing the required media resulted from discussions of five scholars analyzing and sorting out effective ways of making the multimedia. Findings of the research were concluded as these: 1) contents of the media should focus on stories and values of the literature, and 2) storyboards showed clear details of the contents and emphasized on three main values of Thai literature, including aesthetic and social aspects and the moral. Six classical Thai literature selected for creating multimedia were: Niras Phukaotong; Pra Apaimanee; Lilit Talengpai; Mathana Phatha; Khunchang Khunpan; and Sam Kokh. Processes of developing the multimedia were: 1) writing scripts and drawing storyboards; 2) storyboards were checked by scholars; 3) reviewing storyboards; 4) discussions between content writers and media producers; 5) gathering of resources for media production, including drawing characters; video filming; games designing; animation cartoon making; graphic designing; collecting of related motion pictures, stage performances, and television dramas for parts supporting; and sound making, including narrations, conversations, and prose and poetry chanting; 6) multimedia production of the six classical Thai literature; 7) reviewing of the multimedia by scholars; and 8) revising of the multimedia and the completion media as teaching materials for schools and universities.

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Kittipong Phumpuang, Naresuan University, Thailand
Patcharin Buranakorn, Huachiewchalermprakiat University, Thailand

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Conference: ACE2018
Stream: Design, Implementation & Assessment of Innovative Technologies in Education

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