Comics enhancing children learning (a case study new vision news paper magazine).
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The study was aimed at assessing whether children understand the characters and actions used in the comics of the New Vision Newspaper Magazine. This is because some children interpret things differently for instance the character may be walking and children interpret it as a running character. This study will provide evidence as to why kids should read comic strips. The significance of the study is mainly meant to help comic artists improve on areas where more clarity is required to understand the comic stories they illustrate in terms of characters and actions. Additionally, the significance of the study is to act as a referential value for future researchers about the same topic. The study used a qualitative and quantitative approaches of obtaining information. Data was collected using focus group discussion conducted by the researcher and pupils of Makerere primary school and 2 of their teachers, the interview guide that helped the researcher to get information from the children and as well as the observer method which was also helpful. The results will be presented using tables