A number of studies have looked at the relationship between instructional design models and instructional media productions in language education. The author used the studio arts teaching strategy(SATS) to examine the role of computer multimedia material in a rural summer camp in order to explore the students' perceptions of how the digital technology motivate rural students came to their understandings of traditional Taiwanese proverbs learning. The summer camp was supported by the Ministry of Education in Taiwan for the purpose of reducing digital information differences between urban and rural areas in Taiwan. The auther in this study designed an animation for a lesson of Taiwanese proverbs. Results indicated that the author used the animation to lead rural learners not only discussed the idea of Taiwanese proverbs in groups, but also helped the young learners had more positive attitude toward Taiwanese proverbs learning.
Proceedings of the Confernece of the Pcific Association for Computational Linguistics 2009
2009.09.01~04 Sapporo, Japan