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Analysis of the Context of Inclusion and Awareness of Classical Literature Materials in Literature - With a Focus on High School Literature Textbooks (고전문학 제재의 수록 맥락과 교육적 인식의 탐색 -고등학교 문학 교과서를 대상으로-)

  • Choi, Hong-won
    • Journal of Korean Classical Literature and Education
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    • no.35
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    • pp.5-46
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    • 2017
  • This study aims to investigate the context of materials in literature textbooks and the awareness about the educational value of classical literature, as part of an interest in literature education phenomena. This study accepts the premise that textbooks affect the practice of classical literature education and, in particular, materials in textbooks are chosen according to the intentions, demands, and perspectives of education in specific social conditions. I divided the educational value of classical literature into two categories, classical and literary value, and investigated the actual conditions and context of materials of literature textbooks based on the 2009 revised curriculum and the 2011 revised curriculum. Classical literature is generally alienated and excluded; contemporary literature materials are mostly included and organized in the domains of 'the role of literature', 'reception and production of literature' and 'literature and life.' In addition, the tendency to heighten classical value and diminish literary value is deepening. In order to solve the problem that classical literature is only included as the product of the past, changes must be made not just to the curriculum, which are external changes, but to the awareness of the essence of classical literature, which are internal changes. Above all, generality as 'literature' and the sense of distance about space and time as 'classic' should be connected to various relationships which respond to problematic situations and the demands of learners. Based on the relationships, we can expect a rich diversity of contexts and aspects of included classical literature. In addition, an extension of the width and scope of included classical literature is anticipated. The reduction of workload, the advent of the concept of capability and the dissolution of traditional literature concepts are the changes of external environment, which is continuously requiring renewed investigation into classical literature beyond simple appropriateness.

Aspects of Classical Literary Materials in Secondary School Korean Textbooks and Literature Textbooks in the 2009 Revised Curriculum (2009 개정 교육과정 시기 국어·문학 교과서 고전문학 제재 수록 양상 연구)

  • Cho, Hee-jung
    • Journal of Korean Classical Literature and Education
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    • no.32
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    • pp.63-118
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    • 2016
  • The purpose of this study is to examine the change in literary materials in secondary school Korean textbooks and literature textbooks as per the 2009 revised curriculum. Literary materials in secondary school Korean textbooks have increased student awareness of literary canons because these have been taught and learned through public education. Seodongyo, Gemangmega, and Gasiri in classical poetry and the tale of Heungbu, Pongsan Mask Dance, the Tale of Ch'unhyang and the tale of Honggildong(by Heo Gyun) in classical prose are published in secondary school Korean textbooks and literature textbooks as per the revised curriculum of 2009. A three-verse Korean ode and a classical novel are the most chosen genres in classical literature.

Some Questions about Korean Literary Reader(1965) (Korean Literary Reader(1965)에 대한 몇 가지 물음)

  • Kim, sungchul
    • Proceedings of the Korea Contents Association Conference
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    • pp.141-142
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    • 2018
  • 본 발표문은 서두수의 Korean Literary Reader(1965)를 소개하고 영어를 중심으로 쓰인 한국문학 교과서로서의 면모를 파악하는 것을 목적으로 한다. '영어로 쓰인'이 아닌 '영어를 중심으로 쓰인'이라는 수식을 붙인 이유는 한국문학에 대한 개략적인 역사는 영어로 서술되었지만, 한글로 된 원문을 수록한 본문에서는 어렵거나 생소한 단어만 영어로 주석을 달았기 때문이다. 따라서 완전히 영어로만 서술된 한국문학 교과서라고는 할 수 없다. 하지만 Korean Literary Reader(1965)를 통해 초창기 미국-한국문학 교과서의 형태를 살필 수 있다는 점에서 의미가 있다고 하겠다. 또한 저자 서두수의 행적 안에서 미국에서 이 책을 발간한 목적 중 몇 가지를 유추하는 것으로 발표를 마친다.

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The Development and Application Web-Contents of Original Children's Stories Featuring in the Classroom for the Enhancement of Literacy Appreciation and Expression Abilities (문학 감상 능력 및 표현 능력 신장을 위한 교과서 원작동화 웹 콘텐츠 개발 및 적용)

  • Kim, Ji-Yong;Han, Kyu-Jung
    • 한국정보교육학회:학술대회논문집
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    • pp.127-136
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    • 2005
  • 지식 정보화 사회, 인터넷 매체의 시대로 접어들면서 컴퓨터와 관련 기술의 발달은 학습의 범위를 이라 불리는 가상공간까지 확대하였고, 교육에 있어서도 사이버 학교 시대가 도래하여 국어 교육도 변화를 필요로 하고 있다. 이에 본 연구에서는 학생들의 흥미를 유발할 수 있으며 즐겁게 학습할 수 있는 웹 콘텐츠를 제작하여 활용함으로써 교과서 속 원작동화를 찾아 읽어보고, 다양한 독후 표현 활동을 통해 학생들의 문학 감상 능력과 표현능력의 신장을 꾀 할 수 있도록 국어과 읽기 교과서에 있는 54편의 동화내용 중 각 학년 6편씩 36편의 동화내용의 원작 작품을 찾아 설계하고 구현하였다. 본 콘텐츠를 활용하면 학생들의 문학 감상 능력 및 표현 능력의 신장에 효과적일 것이라 기대된다.

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Need and Contents of Classical River Novels in Secondary Education - Focus on highschool literature textbooks (중등교육과정에서의 고전 대하소설 교육의 필요성과 내용 - 고등학교 『문학』 교과서를 중심으로)

  • Han, Gil-yeon
    • Journal of Korean Classical Literature and Education
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    • no.32
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    • pp.119-158
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    • 2016
  • In this thesis we set forth the reasons for teaching classical river novels in secondary education, and investigated the guiding principles for content design of high school literature textbooks. Although classical river novels have great significance in cultural and narrative histories, they were previously consistently disregarded in secondary education. First, we looked at the need for including classical river novels in the secondary school curriculum to create a well-balanced education of classical novels, to link this with modern river novels, to teach the narrative styles and esthetics of river novels, and to let students understand the various cultures of the late Joseon Dynasty. Second, we examined two ways of educating students about classical river novels. For exclusively teaching classical river novels, we recommended the means of teaching and provided detailed guidelines by which they can be taught, as well as provided complete information about the family tree, the story unit, and the scene deployment. To establish the link between classic river novels and their modern counterparts, we recommended the process of teaching accession and transition of tradition by introducing the commonalities and the differences across three generations stories, besides discussing the viewpoints of female writers. When classical river novels are introduced in literary textbooks, students will realize the existence of such novels though they may not understand all aspects of the novels. We suggest that teaching and introduction of classical river novels in secondary education as soon as possible.

An Analysis of Cultural Contents in High School English Textbooks (고등학교 영어교과서의 영미문화 내용분석: 2011년 개정 영어과 교육과정 중심으로)

  • Ryu, Da-Young
    • Journal of Digital Convergence
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    • v.11 no.11
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    • pp.71-83
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    • 2013
  • In a EFL situation, most Korean students and teachers are exclusively dependent on English textbooks to acquire the cultural factors of English. Therefore, it is necessary to analyze cultural elements in the English Textbooks. The results of the study are as follows: First, although all of the textbooks contain the culture part at the end of each lesson, it is insufficient for students to build a cultural schema. Second, in the analysis of cultural types, three types of cultures are presented in a similar percentage. Third, the culture elements were analyzed based on the 7th national curriculum revised in 2011. The most dominant is the culture regarding arts and literature. Forth, in nationality analysis, universal culture takes up the largest portion. Therefore, it is required more efforts to improve students' knowledge of the American and English culture.

The Effects of Mathematics Instruction Using Children's Literature on Mathematical Communication (아동 문학을 활용한 수학 수업이 수학적 의사소통에 미치는 효과)

  • Kim, Eun-Ha;Oh, Young-Youl
    • Journal of Elementary Mathematics Education in Korea
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    • v.16 no.1
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    • pp.97-124
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    • 2012
  • The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of mathematics instruction using children's literature on students' mathematical communication and attitude. To conduct this research, a total of 59 6th grade students were selected from an elementary school in Seoul, and three different types of teaching methods using children's literature were applied to the treatment group, while a traditional teaching method was adopted to the comparison group. Children's literature was used in the actual classroom environment for about 20 minutes in the course of 10 weeks treatment, and the results were analyzed to find the effects of using children's literature during mathematics teaching on students' mathematical communication skills and attitudes toward mathematics. The results of the present study were as follows: First, with respect to mathematical communication aspects, the treatment group achieved significantly higher mathematical communication skills than that of the comparison group. That is to say, this result shows that students learning mathematics using children's literature seem to have more mathematical communication abilities than students in the textbook-based mathematics learning group. Secondly, the results of this study point out that students in the treatment group have more positive attitude toward mathematics as a result of learning that the other group of students focused on textbook-based mathematics learning. In conclusion, the current study demonstrates that mathematics teaching using children's literature made more significant impact on students' mathematical communication ability and attitudes toward mathematics than the comparative method focused on a traditional textbook-based mathematics teaching method.

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Classic novel class criticism: teacher as a storyteller (고전소설 수업 비평 : "이야기꾼"으로서의 교사에 대한 주목)

  • Park, Su-jin
    • Journal of Korean Classical Literature and Education
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    • no.33
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    • pp.45-82
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    • 2016
  • Class, the fundamental unit of school education and the meeting place of teacher and students, plays an important role in study of the subject matter of education. Class criticism is material to the theory or method that helps researchers deeply understand and analyze class phenomena or teachers' actions during a class. In this study, I make a critique on the features of a classic novel class as attempt to expand on new prospects in the field of research on classical literature education. The classic novel class in this class criticism is typical one, which reads the work analytically. Nevertheless, the teacher turns the students' vague repulsion into empathy and helps them appreciate and internalize the work. Students' empathy and response are reflected in the interpreting-centered class because the teacher's insights about the work and experience, knowledge, and method of literature education are projected during the class. Especially, a situation in which the teacher spends a relatively long time narrating the background of the work clearly shows the value and meaning disseminated in a classic novel class. Based on the aforementioned, attempts to collect a variety of cases of a classic novel class and to understand the meaning of these cases have to be part of future research. The research on the attributes of a class such as criticism of classic novels enables us to renew introspection to discover classical literature education.

Issues and improvement plans for reading materials of high school English textbooks: From the communicative approach (고등학교 교과서 읽기 자료의 문제점과 개선 방안: 의사소통적 관점에서)

  • Lee, Jin-Kyong
    • English Language & Literature Teaching
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    • v.15 no.4
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    • pp.365-382
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    • 2009
  • This study aims to examine the reading materials of high school English textbooks to propose the integration of the literary texts into reading materials in the classroom for development of communicative competence. Five kinds of high school English textbooks were critically examined in terms of three factors -limited text types, deficit of emotional adjectives and non-authenticity- selected by the author as characteristics of non-communicative language teaching materials. With regard to text types, more than half of the reading materials were expository and simple narratives. This imbalance of text types led materials to the deficit of emotional vocabulary. These factors seem to be closely related to the issue of authenticity of reading materials. Compared to the authentic texts, fabricated texts are likely to make reading vapid and boring task. On the basis of these results, some pedagogical suggestions are made.

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An Analysis on the Environmental Ideology in Children's Literature: The Case of Elementary Korean Textbooks (아동문학 작품 속의 환경 이데올로기 분석: 초등 국어 교과서를 중심으로)

  • Chang, Hey-Jeong
    • Hwankyungkyoyuk
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    • v.18 no.2
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    • pp.44-54
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    • 2005
  • The emphasis in environmental education for children should be on awareness, appreciation, and sensory experiences. By offering children opportunities to experience the elements of nature that surround them, teachers elevate children's comfort level and familiarity with the natural world. But many children have little contact with nature, because of urban living, hurried schedules, TV's attraction, and the low value most schools place on outdoor activities. So, teachers have to expand the real out-of-door experiences into the classroom by sharing and making accessible books focusing on nature and the natural environment. Namely, quality children's literature is an excellent vehicle for extending a particular experience or introducing new ones. Building on outdoor experiences through stories encourages children to explore more deeply what they have observed and experienced-concepts are reinforced, new knowledge gained, vicarious experiences provided. There are three-fold classification of environmentalism, especially environmental ethics, and three-aspects of the history in children's literature. The analytical results of this study are as follow. The environmental ideology in elementary Korean textbooks varies from 'egocentrism-didacticism' to 'ecocentrism-fantasy'. This finding has implication for selecting children's books and teaching environmental contents in elementary school. Therefore teachers and parents need to get ready to receive ecocriticism.

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