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The Intelligence APP development for children`s Kanji character education using Block and Stop motion
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The Intelligence APP development for children`s Kanji character education using Block and Stop motion
Jung, Sugkyu;
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With the growing shift from traditional educational approaches and studying to the more digital classroom, using electronic textbooks and digital native`s demand, there is a growing need to develop new methods for learn Kanji characters for children. The purpose of this study is to help children learn the basic Kanji by using stop motion and block methods, and approaching the basic Kanji character education with a more innovative and interactive smart phone APP. In the development of this smart phone App for children`s Kanji character education proposed in this study, 100 basic Kanji characters for children are selected. These 100 characters are required for the stop motion animation production, where each selected Kanji is created as a stop-motion animation utilizing a variety of techniques, such as storytelling, to better engage children. The intelligent App is designed with image recognition technology, so that in the learning process children take a picture for the assembled block using their smart phone, the APP then recognizes whether it is assembled correctly, and then plays an animation corresponding to the assembled Kanji character.
Stop motion;Block Puzzle;Intelligence App;Kanji character image;Image recognition technology;
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