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The purpose of this study is to seek into secondary school students’opinions on the use of digital storytelling in Turkish course. In this research, phenomenology, one of the qualitative research methods, was used. The study group was composed of 18 students in the 7th grade of a private secondary school affiliated to the Central District of Kars. Before starting the research, permissions of the ethics committee and governorship were obtained for the scale to be used in the research. Semi-structured interview form and personal information form were used as data collection tools. The interview form contained 7 questions. Content analysis was employed for the analysis of the interviews. As a result of analysis; it was concluded that students found this process entertaining and instructive; students did not have any challenges at all; they enjoyed creating music and recording sounds. But they wanted more different types of music, and more variety in text fonts and visuals. In short, it can be said that the opinions of the 7th graders learning digital storytelling about the process are positive.
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