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한국어 교재에 나타난 학습 활동 연구 - 1960~1980 년대 중반까지 펀찬된 교재를 중심으로
A Study of the Learning Activity in Korean Language Textbooks from 1960s to the Middle of 1980's

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Authors
박건숙
Issue Date
2006
Publisher
서울대학교 국어교육연구소
Citation
국어교육연구, Vol.17, pp. 427-480
Keywords
학습 활동학습 활동의 유형과 기능한국어 교재연습문제반복 활동대치 활동문형 및 문법 학습어휘 학습Learning ActivityKorean Language TextbooksDrillExerciseRepetition DrillSubstitution DrillGrammar and Grammar Pattern LearningVocabulary Learning
Abstract
The purpose of this research is to analyze the type and function of the learning activity in Korean language textbooks from 1930' s to the middle of 1980' s. In those days, the audio-lingual method was the general trend in Korean language textbooks and it focused on repetitions and memorizing based on drills in the learning activity. In the concrete, the types of the learning activity appear the change of grammar patterns, substitution activity, dialogue activity, question-answer activity, making a sentence, filling in a blank, drawing a line and so on.

This shows that the function of the learning activity focused on grammar and vocabulary learning.

On the other hand, it appears that learning activity is not enough in the field of the language activity, namely speaking, listening, reading and writing. Especially, the learning activity in the field of listening is most insufficient. For these reasons, it needs to develop various learning activity for language activity.

It is possible for this analysis to know the trend and the educational objectives of the Korean language education. Moreover, it is possible for this analysis to present the background information for research of the historical change of the learning activity in Korean language textbooks.
ISSN
1227-8823
Language
Korean
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/87128
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College of Education (사범대학)Korean Language Education Research Institute (국어교육연구소)국어교육연구 (The Education of Korean Language)국어교육연구 Volume 17/18 (2006)
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