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논문검색은 역시 페이퍼서치

국어교육학연구검색

KOREAN LANGUAGE EDUCATION RESEARCH


  • - 주제 : 어문학분야 > 언어학
  • - 성격 : 학술지
  • - 간기: 계간
  • - 국내 등재 : KCI 등재
  • - 해외 등재 : -
  • - ISSN : 1225-8571
  • - 간행물명 변경 사항 :
논문제목
수록 범위 : 51권 5호 (2016)

Trends and Issues in Adolescent Literacy Theories and Research: An Integrative Review

( Jang Bong Gee )
국어교육학회|국어교육학연구  51권 5호, 2016 pp. 6-40 ( 총 35 pages)
7,500
초록보기
This paper aims to help clarify conceptual abstractness and inconsistency of adolescent literacy by providing a integrative review of recent literature related to adolescent literacy research and policies and by analyzing current trends and issues in adolescent literacy. Much of the current literature on adolescent literacy pays particular attention to evolving technology and digital contexts and their influences on a range of literacy outcomes. Most reports and teacher resource materials published by federal agencies were influenced by the cognitive and developmental perspectives. Future research and policy should incorporate more diverse and comprehensive approaches to adolescent literacy.

The Operation of Imagination in Reading Plays: Based on the Directing Notes of Hong-Dongji Is Alive

( Jeong Jin Seok )
국어교육학회|국어교육학연구  51권 5호, 2016 pp. 42-60 ( 총 19 pages)
5,900
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This study discussed the principles of the operation of imagination in ading plays in order to propose ways to educate students to read plays in the light of the genre-specific features. Reading plays need two sort of imaginations, the imagination as reading literature and performative imagination as the staging of plays. These imaginations are maximized in the course of directing a play. This study analyzed the directing notes a director writes for a performance after reading a play to examine how imagination works. Upon investigation, the structure of the operation of imagination, including `the display of the written world through imagination of awareness,` `the critical investigation of the revealed world through imagination of world ordering,` `the stylization of criticized world through imagination of world making,` and `the staging of the stylized world through imagination of representation` in reading plays was identified by discussing imagination and investigating theatricality in literature education. And the aspects of the operation of imagination were examined from Yoon-taek Lee`s directing notes for Kwang-rim Kim`s Hong-DongJi Is Alive in which the director`s imagination is revealed. The present study is significant in that it contributed to reading plays in the light of the genre-specific features by identifying the structure of how imagination operates in reading plays.

Trends and Tasks in Research on Writing Pauses

( Kang Donghoon )
국어교육학회|국어교육학연구  51권 5호, 2016 pp. 62-82 ( 총 21 pages)
6,100
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The present study have reviewed current trends concerning research on writing pauses, and identified three perspectives concerning writing pauses. In short, the deficient perspective views pauses as difficulties and failures writers experience while writing. On the other hand, the constructive perspective views pauses as the active construction of meaning. Finally, the neutral perspective focuses on informational values of pauses, including observations based on the previous two perspectives. In addition, the present study offer three important research issues will be evaluated. First, we need to study how we can diagnose the causes of writing pauses. As we saw in the deficient perspective, sometimes writing pauses indicate a condition of psychological and cognitive overload experienced by a writer. Accordingly, we need to consider how to quickly diagnose causes for subsequent action. Second, we need to study how we can promote the resilience of writers. As we saw in the constructive perspective, sometimes writing pauses indicate a writer`s active process in constructing meaning. Accordingly, we need to study ways to promote construction of meaning during the writing process. Third, we need to study a variety of occurrences of writing pauses according to writer characteristics. As we saw in the neutral perspective, we can obtain much information of a writer`s thought processes from research on writing pauses. The present study has reviewed prior studies in order to better grasp what we know about this important phenomenon in writing behavior. Obviously continued research is needed to develop our understanding about writing pauses.

Comparing Native and Non-native Rater Assessments of Korean Oral Proficiency: A FACETS analysis

( Kim Hyunah )
국어교육학회|국어교육학연구  51권 5호, 2016 pp. 84-113 ( 총 30 pages)
7,000
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Korean as a foreign language has experienced significant growth rates in the past few decades due in part to the worldwide popularity of Korean pop and entertainment culture, as well as its strengthening economic status. This new demand has led to a significant increase in the number of non-native Korean-speaking teachers. Despite their competence, many of these instructors report gaps in their confidence and abilities when it comes to evaluating students. Rater biases stemming from features present or absent in their linguistic and cultural backgrounds are of particular concern and may be more prevalent in assessments or oral proficiency. Despite the fact that rater bias in oral assessment has been explored extensively in the English-as-a-Foreign-Language context, there exists no relevant study of rater bias on speaking assessments in the Korean-as-a-foreign-language context. This paper reports the findings of an empirical study, which investigated possible systematic differences in evaluation of native Korean-speaking and non-native raters on speaking samples of learners of Korean and the effects of devices commonly used to enhance inter-rater reliability, such as detailed rubrics and rater training. The data were derived from four native and five non-native teachers of Korean, who were asked to evaluate five speech samples using both holistic and analytic rating scales. In the first round, the participants evaluated the samples without any rubrics. After being provided with detailed rubrics and rater training, the participants again engaged in the second round of rating using the same speech samples. The results, analyzed by many-facet Rasch measurement, revealed that the rating patterns of the two rater groups were significantly different in terms of severity, especially for holistic rating and accuracy and range features for analytic rating, while both groups maintained the acceptable level of rating consistency. The analysis also showed that rating criteria and rater training substantially settled the difference in rating severity between the two rater groups. The paper concludes with implications of the study on NNS raters` rating pattern and future directions for rater training for Korean oral proficiency test.
6,800
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The present study focused on the home literacy practice in childhood. In order to examine the role of fosterers who have the utter influence on children`s literacy, the study is targeted at fosterers presently nurturing children. Fosterers` perception of the widely popular children`s animation < Pororo > was investigated. Survey questionnaires including various factors related to fosterer`s selection and showing of children`s animation were developed, distributed and collected to conduct a frequency analysis and a correlation analysis. The results showed that 1) children`s animation is a tool for in-home fostering as well as an entertaining medium of literacy practice, 2) < Pororo > is a medium of literacy practice selected for fosterers to see if it entertains their children and to provide appropriate stimulation, 3) while the respondents with positive attitude toward children`s animation tended to focus on the contents of the animation, the respondents with negative attitude expressed concerns over media, 4) fosterers expect < Pororo > to help their children change and mature, 5) < Pororo > has an impact on adult fosterers` perception of children`s animation and helps heighten the understanding and sense of bonding between fosterers and their children, and 6) fosterers are more aware of the side effects when the number of days of viewing < Pororo > increased. The present study is significant in that it expanded the meaning of `parent` factor, which has been introduced as one of the relevant elements of out-of-school literacy, to `fosterer` and that it revealed the interaction of fosterers and their children in terms of their literacy practices.
6,400
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The purpose of this study was to identify middle school students` strategies-use patterns for critical reading and to discover discrepancies between the actual pattern and teachers` expectations. This study analyzed 56 self-reported data from ninth grade students after critical reading and 16 surveyed data from secondary school Korean language teachers. This investigation was based on an inventory of 21 specific reading strategies in three categories: identifying and learning text content, monitoring, and evaluating. Results showed considerable discrepancies between student strategies-use patterns and teacher expectations. Generally, The the students used the strategies evenly regardless of the three categories. In contrast, the teachers thought that these readers should use strategies in the Identifying and learning text content category to a lesser extent, and should instead use strategies in the Evaluating category to a greater extent. In addition, the students actively used strategies for predicting text and identifying explicit information, but they did not as much for adjusting strategy and inferring implicit perspectives, as contrasted with the teacher`s expectation. These discrepancies indicate that the strategy for critical reading is being instructed ineffectively in school classes.

Developing a measurement scale for Korean language Textbook Selection Using the Analytic Hierarchy Process

( Park Jae-hyun ) , ( Kim Ho-jung ) , ( Kim Eun-sung ) , ( Nam Ga-yeong )
국어교육학회|국어교육학연구  51권 5호, 2016 pp. 172-198 ( 총 27 pages)
6,700
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This study developed a measurement scale that uses the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) to help create an optimal textbook selection process for teachers. To this end, this study first established a logical three-layer structure to evaluate Korean language textbooks, and this structure is comprised of an evaluation domain (level 1), an evaluation category (level 2), and an evaluation item (level 3). 32 Korean language textbook specialists carried out a pairwise comparison to determine the relative weights of the factors for each level, and the AHP formula was then applied to calculate the relative weights. The results indicate that for the evaluation domain (leve1 1), `content` was relatively more important than `format` and `background`, and in the `content` category (level 2), `learning activities` and `texts` were given a higher importance. Also, the `appropriateness of volume`, `effectiveness of design in teaching-learning`, and `professionalism of author` were found to have high levels of relative importance. Finally, the relative importance of the evaluation items was found to be quite different even under the same evaluation category (level 2).
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