International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

A Chameleon in the Classroom! ... of Books that has Changed its Physique to Audio
Oyewusi Lawunmi Molara

I once looked around for a book that I read many years ago as a secondary school girl. Decades past, I stumble on it at a bookshop and jumped at it. When I got home and I opened the package, it was an audio book. It has changed in colour and even physique. I became disheartened, but while still contemplating, a friend collected it and never returned with it. Seems as if he knows the importance much than I do. I became curious and went in search of another copy. This time around I guided it jealously. This study equalled a book to a chameleon that is changing. It identifies some of the features of a chameleon in the reptile kingdom and compares these with features of a book in the class of media. It identifies some of the classroom advantages of audio books. It recommended the adoption of audio books in schools and institutions most especially for children and students that are physically challenged.

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