Proceedings of The 4th International Conference on Innovative Research in Education
Digital story-telling in the specification of active and passive voice from high school English language education
Abhipriya Roy, Dr. Sumanjari.S
In current times the amalgamation of latest mechanics in scholarly institutions has surged globally as advanced web-based tools have enhanced instructors to utilize the augmented world. The advanced tools have given educators the chance to intensify their competency, and therefore amplify the quality of indoctrination. Apprentice absorption, accomplishment and inducement are supplemented through consolidation of web-based tools and storytelling. Nevertheless, coaching organizations yet face resistance of inflating postulant disposition to embellish better pedagogical outcomes. Ingenious tutoring has become imperative for enthralling freshers. Web-based storytelling is one of the experimental instructing arguments for alluring pupils in acute and crucial instruction. This research attempts to explore how digital storytelling can be an effective for both teachers and students for supporting learning. The research aims at analyzing and understanding the impact of integrating web-based tools in high school English language curriculum for teaching active and passive voice. It explores from the perspective of understanding the impact of story-telling, designed through web-based tools, on high school English curriculum.
keywords: web-based, tools, story-telling, secondary school, curriculum.