Journal of elementary education and curriculum Issue 6
2018-03-31 発行

「子どもの論理」にはたらきかける小学校国語科実践の研究 : 「見えていること(表意)」と「隠れていること(推意)」を中心に

Research on Japanese language class at Elementary school to Encourage “Child’s Logic”: Focusing on Focusing on “What is expressed” and “What is not expressed”
Haruki, Yu
A target of this research is to solve the problem of children who cause external problem behavior and pose a dilemma in themselves fundamentally. First, I built the national language department class based on the knowledge I obtained from previous study. Next, I practiced the national language department class and analyzed the result quantitatively. I then considered the tendency of the whole with regard to “child’s logic”. The importance of three points became clear as a result. (1) Target: Be aware that a motivation target, a skill target and a value target are consecutive. Establish contents by which a child will notice the logic different from own “child’s logic,”accept it and feel diversity. (2) Way: Establish a process in which the existence of various opinions is understood, common points in a point of difference are noticed, and experiences are accepted by others and others’opinions are accepted. (3) Teaching materials: Keep a moderate distance between the characters and events in stories and the child’s experience in real life.
“Child’s logic”
Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy
Elementary school language arts
Literary text teaching materials
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