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A Study of Grade 7 Students’ Learning Experience on Geography Curriculum: “Geography for Life?”
interpretation of students
Geography is a discipline that is connected with life. However, students as a subject of learning, how to shape the learning experience in the process of studying geography, and how to interpret the connection between geography learning and life experience, but rarely to school geography education concerns. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to understand the experience of grade 7 students in learning geography, and to understand how students interpret the connection between geography and life experience. This study uses a class of geography classrooms in the northern region in Taiwan as a research field and case, conducts a semester classroom observation and learning document collection, and integrates in-depth interview data from two research participants to explore students’ learning experience of geography and interpretation of the connection between geography learning and life experience. The conclusions of the study are as follows: (1) The appearance of the two students' geography learning experience is reflected in the differences in their assumptions, participation and description; (2) The two students' interpretation of the connection between geography learning and life experience presents multiple levels from concrete to abstract.
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