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A Study on the Active Knowledge Construction of Japanese Learners -Phase III class that uses questionnaires-

KIM TAE HEE 1

1중앙대학교

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ABSTRACT

A Study on the Active Knowledge Construction of Japanese Learners -Phase III class that uses questionnaires- This study adopt key insight from behaviorism, cognitivism and constructivism so as to construct a learning environment required for Korean learners of the Japanese. The “active learners” proposed by constructivism signifies that they are beings who actively select information, and if learners recognize in class “the boundary between what they know and what they do not” on their own, such a recognition plays a role of “a social context,” helping leaners identify necessary information. The proposed classes were executed based on such a hypothesis that this recognition helps learners’ active selection among information on offer. As an example in which class activities can help integrate and regularly introduce both traditional lecture-based and constructivism-based classes, the study in Phase I conducted a survey with a questionnaire so as hep learners recognize the boundary between what they know and do not know. In Phase II, the study used a traditional lecture-based class, and in Phase III, the study had the learners complete the questionnaire used in Phase I again so as to confirm the result of knowledge construction. Through the “Phase III class that uses questionnaires,” the study reported and evaluated the result.

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