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|Title:||「沒有字怎麼讀? J :幼兒閱讀無字圖畫書中之圖像語言|
|Other Titles:||Young Children's Reading of Visual Elements in Wordless Picture Books|
Center for Educational Research and Evaluation
|Abstract:||本研究旨在探究幼見對於無字圖畫書中圖像元素的觀察及解讀。鑑於在圖像、影像充斥的科技世代，國內仍將識讀(literacy) 的重點放在文字的閱讀及書寫上，鮮少以幼兒對圖像元素之閱讀反應做為探究圖畫書的研究議題，因此研究者選定三本無字圖畫書一一《狼來了〉、Rainstorm' 以及The Grey Lady and the Strawbery， Snatchef做為共讀書籍，並以八名幼稚園大班幼兒為研究對象，與幼見進行圖畫書故事述說、半結構式訪談，以及讀後繪畫作品創作及討論，試圖探究幼見如何觀察、解讀無字圖畫書之圖像元素以建構圖像故事之意義。研究結果發現:一、幼兒對於圖畫書封面觀察細微，但忽略其他近文本設計內容;二、幼兒對於顏色、線條、形狀等多項圖像元素觀察豐富，且在讀後作品中能重現個人對於無字圖畫書內容及構圓的觀察結果;三、幼見對於框架、線條、形狀、肢體動作等圖像元素，能依循故事情節並有多元的解讀。最後，並將研究結果與國外交獻對照，以期能開啟國內對幼兒圖像閱讀研究之對話。|
Visual messages are the dominant form of communication today, and the meaning of literacy has been broadened to include the language of images and othermodes. Yet, in most early childhood education settings in Taiwan, the emphasis of literacy education is still on the reading and writing of words. This study aimed to fill this gap by investigating how Taiwanese young children observe and interpret images in wordless picture books, and compared the fmdings to studies done in the West. Eight 6-year-old children read three wordless picture books-Wolf, Rainstorm and The Grey Lady and the Strawberry Snatcher-with the investigator individually.They read the pictures and told the stories in their own words, followed by interviews which asked about their interpretation of the pictorial elements in the books. The children also drew pictures of the things that impressed them the most from the books, and this activity was followed by interviews with the about the drawings. The findings showed that young children's reading experiences played an important role in how they read the peritextual features of picture books.Young children observed more than ten different kinds of visual elements in the wordless books. Both the stories they told and their drawings showed how they perceived the visual elements and pictorial compositions in the books. Moreover, the children made sense of the wordless books by constructing a coherent plot, and they had diverse interpretations towards certain elements in the books.researcher
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