Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part. II, Arts and science education Issue 50
2002-02-28 発行

韓国併合前後の日本語教育観 : 朝鮮及び日本の教育・一般雑誌の考察を通して

View of Japanese Language Education Before and After Annexation of Korea : Through Considerations of General and Educational Journals Issued in Korea and Japan
Lee, Jungsu
After Japanese schools were established in Korea in 1891, Japanese language was adopted in school education. This article aims to study on how teachers try to teach Japanese according to their own objectives in the 1891s-1920s. After the Russian-Japanese war, the educational objectives changed from civilization and practical use to assimilation. This happened through the change of language of instruction from Korean to Japanese language. This study focuses on the Japanese language teaching method from the teachers' point of view. Additionally, this study also aims to clarify what kind of assertions were discussed in the then Korean and Japanese educational journals.
Annexation of Korea
General and Educational journals
Japanese-language education view
Language of instruction