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A Study on the Cultural Education Method for Korean Language Education - Focusing on Moon Soon-tae's "JingSori" -

  • Journal of Korean Hyo Studies
  • 2022, (36), pp.19-43
  • DOI : 10.34228/khyosa.2022.36.19
  • Publisher : The Korean Hyo Studies Association
  • Research Area : Humanities > Other Humanities
  • Received : December 15, 2022
  • Accepted : December 24, 2022
  • Published : December 31, 2022

Lee, Jung Hee 1 kim Ji An 2

1청량중학교
2성산효대학원대학교

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ABSTRACT

Background: Everyone has a hometown and there will be affection for where they were born and raised. Koreans have a particularly strong tendency. What this paper noted is the possibility that such literary works containing the sense of hometown of Koreans can be a good material for Korean culture education. Purpose: Through Moon Soon-tae's Jingsoori, Korean language learners feel and enjoy the consciousness of their hometowns together, and understand their hometowns in terms of comparative culture. Methodology/Approach: First, Moon Soon-tae's preceding study of "Jingsoori" is reviewed to reaffirm the sense of the subject of the work. In addition, prior studies using literary works are reviewed to confirm that literary works are useful materials in Korean language education. Second, "Jingso-ri" is analyzed by dividing it into characters, events, and backgrounds, and each of them is shared with the contents reflecting the subject consciousness. Third, as a cultural education of Korean language education, the contents of the activities are proposed by dividing literary works into activities before reading them and activities after reading them. Findings/Conclusions: As a result of conducting classes with this class plan, foreign Korean learners also expressed sympathy with their lives, even if they did not experience direct loss. Through this, it was possible to confirm the human attraction and universal consensus for hometown, even though the generation, nationality, and period were different. Implications:

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