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2020, Vol.5, No.

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    Korean Language Teaching and Learning Plan for Global Citizenship Education in a Multicultural Society

    강서원 | 2020, 5() | pp.1~31 | number of Cited : 0
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    Multi-cultural Society and Education Studies 5, 1-31. This paper aims to develop Korean language teaching and learning plan for global citizenship education in a multicultural society. Since the 1990s, Korea has rapidly changed into a multicultural society. By establishing a multicultural education policy, it helped to adapt students from multicultural families to school. Korea's multicultural education policy does not provide general education for multicultural understanding. It has many things in common between global citizenship education and multicultural education. The 2015 revised curriculum contains many elements for global citizenship education. In addition, the characteristics of global citizenship education can be found in the nature of Korean language subjects. Therefore, it is proposed to apply global citizenship education for multicultural society understanding education. We expect that global citizenship education will cultivate multicultural sensitivity.
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    A Study on the problem of entering public education for multicultural youth in korea

    kim Myeong Ja | 2020, 5() | pp.33~54 | number of Cited : 4
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    Based on the experiences of youth who went on to public education and factors for adapting to public education this study believes that it is possible to examine the importance of the role of preparatory schools by revealing the factors of their impact on entering public education. this study aims to draw policy implications through literature research on the factors of their experiences in preliminary schools and how their experiences in preliminary schools affect public education adaptation. Until now, a proper status survey has not been conducted in Korea. because it is difficult to calculate accurate statistics due to the diverse status of children from multicurtural families. Through cooperation from government ministries and private organizations, the government should conduct a nationwide survey on the status of youth and make accurate statistics. The expansion of multicultural pre-schools is needed to help multicurtural youth enter public education.
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    A Study on the Revitalization of Korean Overseas Residents

    Kim Min jung | 2020, 5() | pp.55~77 | number of Cited : 0
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    Multi-cultural Society and Education Studies 5, 55-77. In this study, the government aims to actively seek social integration and the use of overseas manpower with strong ethnic homogeneity as a solution to the nation's manpower shortage as the low birthrate and aging population progress rapidly. Overseas Koreans have a lower illegal immigration rate and a stronger homogeneity compared to foreign workers under the employment permit system, which can be expanded into production personnel available for long-term use. In particular, the government plans to come up with possible problems and measures to utilize H-2 overseas Koreans if they unify their qualification as overseas Koreans (F-4) and expand the scope of their employment activities.
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    A multicultural analysis on the stress factors of Acculturation to korean culture according to the purpose of stay; Especially focused on Vietnamese Students and Vietnamese Married Immigrant Women

    Bae Kyung-Ran , Yong-Shik Shin , ung Mi-Kyung | 2020, 5() | pp.79~108 | number of Cited : 1
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    Multi-cultural Society and Education Studies 5, 79-108. This study intends to analyze the main stress factors by which Vietnamese students and Vietnamese married immigrant women hinder the acculturation process in Korean culture. Main Purposes of stay in Korea are for the academical purpose in Korean university, for general purposes(esp. inclusive marriage) and for the occupational purposes. Especially in relation to the academical and the general purposes, this study conducted qualitative studies with “Narrative Inquiry” of three Vietnamese women. They make various efforts to adapt themselves to Korean society, but they complain of accuturational difficulties due to the limitations of Korean language-centered education and the patriarchal and closed culture of Korean families. Through this narrative inquiry, the study aims to overcome these limitations as such and to reveal what is needed to build a multicultural society.
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    Analyze the effect of religious education program on the multiculture acceptance of elementary students

    Bae Jae hyeon | 2020, 5() | pp.109~137 | number of Cited : 2
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    Multi-cultural Society and Education Studies 5, 109-137. The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of religious education program on the multiculture acceptance of elementary students. To accomplish this, an religious education program was developed from references to domestic and foreign books, studies, and programs. This study was designed by 3 religious education programs for Creative experience activities, Korean, Social studies. The subjects of the study were 20 elementary students in one 3rd grade class of G elementary school located in Busan City. Pre- and post-questionnaire surveys were conducted with these students. The main contents of this religious education programs are so far beyond religious education centered on religious life, religious conflict, history, content, culture and religious prejudice of various religions. The effects of the program on the multicultural acceptance of these students were analyzed. Analysis results, Significant changes were observed in all terms of multicultural acceptance: diversity, relationships, universality. In particular, it has had a great effect on reducing stereotypes and discrimination in diversity areas. Religious education in public education has been taboo so far that it has not known much about other religions, and such ignorance has led to prejudice, rejection and fear. Until now, religious education has been dismissed as an individual's religious life, but religious education in a multicultural society is a necessary education to understand others. Through this religious education, we can foster religious tolerance and achieve multicultural coexistence. Expecting more religious education programs to be developed, I would like to suggest the following for future research on multicultural acceptance and the development and effectiveness of religious education programs based on the basis of the results of this study. First, religious education should be conducted more systematically and continuously as a topic of multicultural education. Second, it is necessary to develop various programs linked to more diverse subjects in follow-up studies.
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    A Study on the Korean Language Education of North Korean Elementary School Students

    Jeong Nam Hun | 2020, 5() | pp.139~160 | number of Cited : 0
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    The purpose of this study was to examine the Korean language education problems of North Korean defectors at school sites and analyze the factors behind their participation in Korean language classes and difficulties in class to discuss solutions. Accordingly, we analyzed the learners characteristics of the two North Korean defectors and specifically observed their participation in Korean language classes to study the Korean language education plan for North Korean defectors. As an incumbent teacher, I first met North Korean elementary school students four years ago. I became interested in North Korean defectors when I met elementary school students. While preparing for this paper, I became interested in how North Korean elementary school students can learn Korean well and adapt to the future as members of the Republic of Korea. Elementary schools are the backbone of public education. Based on his experiences in teaching North Korean students in elementary schools, which are the backbone of public education, he decided to study the factors of difficulty in Korean language classes for North Korean elementary school students, and to help improve his learning and vocabulary. Teaching Korean to North Korean defectors is not easy. Furthermore, it is not easy to teach Korean when one's father is a Chinese, and he entered Korea halfway through school in China. I think all subjects can be understood smoothly, progress quickly, class can be concentrated, and class can follow. Based on their experiences in homeroom and Korean mentoring, the researcher tried to study why North Korean defectors are not good at following Korean language classes. Though we have looked at ways to educate North Korean students for North Korean language, we need more discussions, more administrative support for education, and continued follow-up research along with various case studies.
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    A Study on Measures to Improve Multicultural Education Policies; With a focus on bilingual education policies

    Ham Yunju | 2020, 5() | pp.161~184 | number of Cited : 6
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    The purpose of this study is to analyze the developmental processes of bilingual education policies in South Korea, identify their problems, and search for their improvement measures. This study found problems in the ongoing shortage of teachers and teaching materials for bilingual education and the insufficient foundation for effective education despite the fact that bilingual education policies have been implemented for ten years as part of the multicultural education policies in the nation. The study thus conducted a critical analysis of actual bilingual education in the nation from the perspectives of representative theorists that emphasized a need for bilingual education and did research on its positive effects in the field of multicultural education. The study recognized the value and importance of bilingual education in the context of multicultural education and explored policy directions to respect language diversity and provide equity pedagogy, thus holding its significance. It has, however, its share of limitations by remaining at the level of proposing comprehensive directions and making comprehensive proposals. Future studies will need to propose specific policy plans based on the survey and analysis of actual conditions to figure out the environment of multicultural students' language use and bilingual literacy.