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Developing Textbook of Producing Easy-to-read Materials for Individuals with Developmental Disabilities

발달장애인을 위한 읽기쉬운자료 제작 교재 개발 연구

  • Kim, Kyungyang ;
  • Nam, Boram
  • 김경양 (부산장신대학교 특수교육과) ;
  • 남보람 (이화여자대학교 대학원 특수교육과)
  • Received : 2021.04.06
  • Accepted : 2021.05.09

Abstract

The purpose of this study is to develop textbooks that can be used in education for developing easy-to-read materials for people with developmental disabilities. The textbook was developed through the steps of analysis of guidelines for making easy-to-read materials, confirmation of the course, development of textbook contents, and verification of validity. The final developed materials were developed as textbooks, including reader classification, vocabulary, symbols, layout, and production practice for the development of easy-to-read materials with a total of 7 sessions. The important characteristics of the textbook developed in this study are: First, it classified readers who read easy-to-read materials for the first time in Korea and introduced them as Plain Language readers and Easy to Read readers. Second, the guideline that can be referenced while developing easy-to-read materials was developed as a checklist, so that it can be checked by itself. Third, thematic activity sheets and workbooks were developed so that they can be used as activity-oriented textbooks.

본 연구는 발달장애인을 위한 읽기쉬운자료 개발 교육 시 활용할 수 있는 교재를 개발하는 것을 목적으로 하였다. 교재는 국내외 읽기 쉬운 자료 제작 지침서 분석, 차시 확인 및 교재 내용 개발, 타당도 검증의 단계를 거쳐 개발하였다. 최종 개발된 자료는 독자 구분, 어휘, 상징, 레이아웃, 제작 실습을 포함하여 총 7차시의 교재로 개발하였다. 본 연구에서 개발된 교재의 중요한 특성은 첫째, 국내 최초로 읽기 쉬운 자료를 읽는 독자를 분류하여 보통 읽기(Plain Language) 독자, 읽기 쉬운(Easy to Read) 독자로 소개하였다. 둘째, 읽기 쉬운 자료를 개발하면서 참고할 수 있는 지침을 체크리스트로 개발하여 스스로 점검할 수 있도록 구성하였다. 셋째, 주제별 활동지와 워크북을 개발하여 활동 중심 교재로 활용할 수 있도록 구성하였다.

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