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근대 이후 국어과 교재 개발에 대한 사적 검토
A Study on the Development of Korean Textbooks in the Modern Times

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Authors
김혜정
Issue Date
2004
Publisher
서울대학교 국어교육연구소
Citation
국어교육연구, Vol.13, pp. 403-437
Keywords
Korean Textbookscurriculummodernization"Dokbon(Reading)""Kukmun(Korean)"Gyobon
Abstract
The aim of this is to investigate development of Korean textbook according to curriculums of Korean language education from pre-modem times to now. This study is related to curriculum of Korean language education in pre-modem times. Through this general survey from the time of enlightenment, whole aspects of Korean language education in the predecessor of modem will be reconstructed In the time of enlightenment, Korean textbooks are called 'Dokbon', 'Kukmm', which mean 'Reading', 'Korean' or 'Korean language'. Korean textbooks show their features that ; contents of subjects are modemistic, but its style is not modem, chinese letter-driven style, without consireration of school level or study level of language education. In this time, macro goals of Korean language education are to learn and use korean letters. And in time of US military govemment, 'a syllabus of lectures' promulgated by US military govemment office is principal items. This times, 'Gyobon' is made, which contains the main teaching points, purpose of korean language education, specially a division of contents. Andn so Korean textbooks have communicative construction-principles. They have many subjects relative with real living. According to this argument, korean language education in pre-modem times come in products of its hard work to modemization.
ISSN
1227-8823
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/87081
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