From Tale to Reality to True: Creative Expression Technique (Yantek)

Nurcan Şener, Zekerya Batur, Murat Başar

Abstract


The purpose of the present study is to determine the effectiveness of creative narrative technique on students’ listening comprehension skills. The current study employed action research. The study group consists of 21 second grade students, six of whom were refugee students, at second grades in the school chosen through convenience sampling. In the study, the activities were conducted through 4 tales from Aesop Tales. It has been observed that creative narrative technique fosters students’ listening comprehension skills. Through the technique, students were able to adapt the place, plot, time, characters and topic of the tales they listened into daily life. The technique helps students make interdisciplinary correlations in consistency with the philosophy of constructivist learning and to improve their creative writing skills. It has been concluded that creative narrative technique enhances students’ listening and creative writing skills.

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Creative Narrative Technique, Tale, Listening Skill, Comprehension Skill, Adaptation

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