小学校入門期の授業における教師と子どもの相互作用の実態 : 国語科と算数科授業で重視される目標の違いに着目して
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Characteristics of Interaction Between Teachers and Children in the First Term of Elementary School Classes: Focusing on the Differences in Goals that Teachers Emphasize in Japanese Language and Mathematics Classes
The transition from pre-school to elementary school education
Beginning of elementary school
Teachers’ understanding of children’s learning
Recent studies examine how a smooth transition can be achieved from early childhood education to elementary school education. In early childhood education, direction targets are emphasized, and in elementary school, achievement goals are often emphasized. In elementary school, there is a difference in the balance between the achievement goals and the direction targets in Japanese language classes and mathematics classes. The purpose of this study is to clarify the characteristics in the interaction between teachers and first graders in these two classes.
In this paper, we observed the Japanese language and mathematics classes for the first grade from April to July, and collected some episodes of the interactions between teachers and children. These episodes were categorized according to subjects into those that focused on achievement goals versus direction targets.
As a result, it was found that there was a difference in interactions between teachers and children depending on the subjects and the type of achievement goal or direction target. In Japanese language classes, the interaction between teachers and children develops toward the goal according to the situation of children, while in mathematics classes, the interaction often develops toward achievement goals. When teachers talked to children in a way that gave them directions, they were more likely to learn a variety of knowledge and skills as well as content related to their achievement goals. The primary aspect of this paper was to clarify what children were learning at the beginning of elementary school from the perspectives of teacher-child interaction and subject content.
Journal of elementary education and curriculum
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