Reading education in actual reading situations
Research into school reading was conducted nationwide and Hiroshima University Junior High School first-grade students were asked “about the reading reality, questioning,” and the state of lending in a school library. Four problems were identified: (1) The students only read popular books favored by their peers. (2) Entertaining books with light contents were preferred. (3) The percentage of first-grade students at Hiroshima University Junior High School with zero books borrowed from the school library was higher than the national average. (4) Reading was only pursued by individuals, but did not spread to outside activities. Based on the guidelines for teaching guidelines and administrative efforts, the necessity of reading education was confirmed. The practice of reading education and its effects were introduced to solve these four problems.
Bulletin of theory and practice in secondary education
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