小学生を対象とした木材の性質や加工法の学習に関する実践 : パズルとその収納ケースの製作を通して
Practice of Learning Method of Properties of Wood and Wood-Working Methods for Elementary School Children: Through the Production of a Puzzle and Storage Case
physical and mechanical properties of wood
elementary school children
knowledge and skills
This study describes a course for acquiring knowledge and skills in the properties of wood and wood-working methods in an elementary school manufacturing class. A puzzle and its storage case were produced during this course. Knowledge and skills about the properties of wood and wood-working methods were added during each manufacturing process. Teaching materials were used to explain the materials used in the production of the puzzle and case; i.e., the fiber direction and strength (anisotropy of strength) of wood and the diff erence between wood and plywood (structure and strength of plywood). The external features of wood (fiber direction, grain, tree rings, cross-grain surface, end-grain surface, sap side, heart side, and edge grain surface) were explained during the correct assembly of the puzzle pieces. Methods for the safe use of hand tools (e.g., ruler, double-edged saws, clamp, gimlet, sandpaper, adhesives, and screwdrivers) in each wood-working process were explained. The results of the questionnaire showed that many participants acquired wood-working knowledge and skills, but their ability to use their knowledge about the properties of wood could not be learned.
広島大学大学院教育学研究科紀要. 第二部, 文化教育開発関連領域