Comedy As Arts Learning Method
Comedy can come from anywhere, a stimulus that makes people laugh. Events that are unusual, odd, strange, distorted, or unnatural often make people laugh. The stand-up comedy phenomenon has been a hot topic in recent years. The stories told are designed so that they are interesting to watch. The material can be crafted around a desired topic, even topics that are uncommon or are often considered taboo to be transformed into a liquid discussion and invite laughter. Theory material in certain subjects that are usually delivered verbally by educators could be improved using comedy methods – employing a deliberate and structured joke that both involves students and develops their understanding of the main material delivered. The ability of educators to deliver jokes is an important part of the success of this learning method. Students become more engaged, instead of merely spectators / listeners in the learning activities. An enjoyable learning atmosphere will build active interaction and create bright ideas in the learning process.
Keywords: Comedy Teaching Method; Teaching Using Comedy; Humor in Learning
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