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Current Implementation Status and Topics of Second Foreign Language Education for Senior High Schools in Taiwan: Focusing on Korean Language Education
second foreign language education for senior high schools;Korean language education
|Issue Date:||2022-01-04 16:24:17 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract:||近年來韓語修讀的人數大幅成長，高中韓語學習的相關制度與規範卻還停留在相當原始的階段。本研究的焦點 將放在近年來高中第二外語修讀人數的變化與其因素，進而從中找出韓語修讀人數增加的歷史脈絡。並以大臺 北地區開設韓語課程的高中做為研究目標，就各高中的課程計畫、教材及教師做一通盤性的檢討，期望能從中 找出問題的癥結，為高中韓語教育制度的建立提出一個解決的方向。|
The emergence of the Korean wave phenomenon has not only increased the prevalence of South Korean culture in Taiwan but also contributed to record-high performance in the volume of trading and tourism activities between Taiwan and South Korea. South Korea has gradually attracted global attention, and this phenomenon is verified by the increase in the demand for learning the Korean language. However, Korean language education systems and regulations for senior high schools in Taiwan are still at a primitive stage. To address the aforementioned problem, the implementation of Korean language education as second foreign language for senior high schools in Taiwan must be re-examined. This study therefore focuses on the changes in the number of people studying a second foreign language in senior high schools and the factors related to it, and subsequently identify the historical context relating to the increase in the number of Korean language learners. Using senior high schools in Taipei that offer Korean language courses as the research subject, this study provides a comprehensive review of senior high school course planning, teaching materials, and the Korean language teachers. Through this study, the author hopes to identify the cause of the problems and thereby provide a solution to the establishment of an effective Korean language education system for senior high schools.
|Relation:||高雄應用科技大學人文與社會科學學刊, Vol.3, No.2, pp.1-12|
|Appears in Collections:||[韓國語文學系] 期刊論文|
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