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A Study on the Realization Aspect of "the Reading a Book per Semester" in the Learning Activities of High school Korean Textbooks

고등학교 『국어』 교과서 내 한 학기 한 권 읽기 학습활동의 실현 양상 연구

  • 소병문 (공주대학교 대학원 문헌정보교육학 전공, 우신고등학교) ;
  • 송기호 (공주대학교 사범대학 문헌정보교육과)
  • Received : 2018.08.20
  • Accepted : 2018.09.18
  • Published : 2018.09.30

Abstract

The primary purpose of this study is to analyze the learning activities of "the Reading a Book per Semester" with the goal of finding ways to collaborate with the school library. "the Reading a Book per Semester" is a program that requires students to read during the timetable-designated "Korean" class instead of encouraging students to read outside of class, as has been the case thus far. The program was designed by 3 parts: reading, sharing, and formulating. However, an analysis of 11 Korean textbooks and 22 approaches to the program showed that the model has shifted to . Under this new model, schools could expand each step in the following ways: utilize the school libraries more as the book search space during the selection process; include writing a reading diary in the reading process; and further encourage students to read outside of the classrooms in the formulating step. If these amendments were to be applied, they would strengthen the educational purpose of the school libraries within schools.

Keywords

the Reading a Book per Semester;Reading Education;Teacher Librarians;School Library;Learning Activity

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