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A Study on the Use of Reading Corners among Elementary School Students
frequency of use
The focus of this study was to investigate the use of reading corners of elementary school students in New Taipei City, including the current state of use, usage requirements, and usage satisfaction. The participants of this study were students who had used the reading corners of the school among the third to sixth grades of an elementary school in New Taipei City. The questionnaire survey method was used to conduct research, and 500 valid questionnaires were collected. The data collected were analyzed by independent samples t-test, one way ANOVA, paired sample t-test, chi-square test, and Pearson correlation analysis. The results were as follows: 1. With regard to the the frequency and the current status of using the reading corners, the average rating of space , collection, and theme activities were between fair and good. 2. The willingness of students to keep using the reading corner is not low. They prefer to use the space and seats in the reading corners to read books or to chat with each other, or to look for books of personal interest in the reading corners. 3. In terms of the elementary school students' needs and feelings about the use of reading corners in the school, the students have moderately high usage requirements and satisfaction. As for the comfortable and relaxing space, beautiful design, chatting, convenient location, and looking for books of personal interest, students are more inclined to feel the requirements and satisfaction in use. 4. Accordingto the results of t-test and ANOVA analysis, the grade of students made significant differences in the use of requirements and satisfaction in the reading corners, and there were also significant differences in the use of requirements and satisfaction in the reading corners. However, the gender of students made no significant differences in the use of requirements and satisfaction in the reading corners. 5. According to these results of the Chi-square test and Pearson analysis, the grades of students are significantly positively correlated with the reading corner that most commonly used, the frequency of use, the requirements of use, and the satisfaction of use; requirements and satisfaction of use are also significantly positively correlated with each other. The results of this study provide a reference for educators and future research.
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