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高等學校 日本語 敎科書의 受動表現 分析

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Author(s)
정아원
Issued Date
2007
Keyword
日本語 敎科書 高等學校 일본어 교육 제3차~제7차 교육과정 Japanese
Abstract
It was February 4, 1973 that Japanese was adopted as the second foreign language in Korea. the Japanese curriculum was open in 1975, two year later, and Japanese was admitted as a subject in high school.
Since the third curriculum began in 1975, the Japanese language education in Korea has been established for 31 years until the 7th curriculum.
While Korea and Japanese have a lot of similarities in many aspect, they have more differences than anybody could easily convey some learning content in one language to the other one. passive expression in Japanese is a typical example of such case. Especially in passive expression, there are salient different between them, different expression which have no counter expression from the other language. passive expression in Japanese shows culture character of Japanese. therefore, the learning of passive expression play a significant part understanding the character of Japanese.
However, the high school Japanese text books put little emphasis on those expressions because they are not easy and simply.
But passive expression should not be taken lightly and should include in high school Japanese curriculum that such expressions are an important character of Japanese.
Analysis in this paper is to analyze the passive sentences in Japanese textbook to third curriculum from 7th curriculum to determine whether the passive expression study in high school is essential or not, and whether the current textbooks are adequate for that study, in other to help the efficient passive expression study.
In main subject, first, we reviewed the characteristic features and meaning of Japanese passive expression and categories of passive sentence by each scholar.
Second, we analyzed current textbooks by types, vocabularies.
The result was, in the prospect of passive expression study, that the current textbooks have some problem; first, if any school finish its curriculum with only JapaneseⅠ, there is no way to study passive expression without teacher´s curriculum reorganization.
Second, because there is no established standards for vocabularies, example sentence or types in passive expression in Japanese, the huge differences between textbooks resulted form the absence of such standards, could ruin equal opportunities in high school Japanese education.
The reason if current textbooks was the conception that beginner students have difficult in learning such expressions.
However, there should be continuing study by pedagogics on various learning methods as passive expression are frequently used in conversations.
Therefore, I shall continue to inquire into the methods of effective teaching and the current textbooks, supposedly communication-oriented ones, need to deal with more passive expression.
Alternative Title
A study on the Passive Voice in High school Japanese Textbooks : High School Japanese Text 3rd~7th
Alternative Author(s)
Jeong Ah Won
Affiliation
조선대학교 교육대학원
Department
교육대학원 일어교육
Advisor
김인현
Awarded Date
2007. 8
Table Of Contents
第 1 章 序論 = 1
1.1 硏究動機 및 目的 = 1
1.2 硏究對象 및 範圍 = 3
1.3 硏究方法 = 5
第 2 章 理論的 背景 = 6
2.1 受動의 意味 = 6
2.2 受動의 機能 = 9
2.3 受動의 分類 = 12
2.3.1 直接受動 = 14
2.3.2 間接受動 = 15
2.3.3 所有主受動 = 17
第 3 章 高等學校 日本語 敎科書 受動表現 分析 = 18
3.1 高等學校 日本語科 敎育課程의 變遷 = 18
3.2 敎科書 內容 分析 = 21
3.2.1 第 3次 敎育課程 교과서 분석 내용 = 21
3.2.2 第 4次 敎育課程 교과서 분석 내용 = 24
3.2.3 第 5次 敎育課程 교과서 분석 내용 = 31
3.2.4 第 6次 敎育課程 교과서 분석 내용 = 39
3.2.5 第 7次 敎育課程 교과서 분석 내용 = 47
第 4 章 結論 = 50
參考文獻 = 54
부록 = 56
Degree
Master
Publisher
조선대학교 교육대학원
Citation
정아원. (2007). 高等學校 日本語 敎科書의 受動表現 分析
Type
Dissertation
URI
https://oak.chosun.ac.kr/handle/2020.oak/4663
http://chosun.dcollection.net/common/orgView/200000234344
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Education > Theses(Master)(교육대학원)
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