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Title: 原住民文學閱讀教學對學生族群意象發展之效應
Other Titles: The Effects of Aboriginal Literature Reading Instruction on the Development of Ethnic Images: The Case of a Ninth Grade Class in Hualien County
Authors: 何緼琪
Issue Date: Jun-2008
Publisher: 教育研究與評鑑中心
Center for Educational Research and Evaluation
Abstract: 原住民青少年的族群意象會因個人環境與經驗的差異而不同,但其獨特與多元的樣貌較少受到研究者的關注。由於許多原住民文學作品都反映出原住民的母文化與主體經驗,因而相當適合做為探討原住民學生族群意象之材料。本研究以東部一班太魯閣族國三生為對象進行原住民文學閱讀教學,透過原住民文化及語言的學習、結合個人族群身分的思考、省思原住民刻板印象,以及原住民的文化創新與楷模學習,逐步強化學生的自我界定、族群歸屬感與族群態度。從課堂觀察、訪談、學習單及作文資料的分析,發現原住民國中生的族群意象發展從「正向」到「無法歸類」間,有著不同類型的多元樣貌。這些結果除例證原住民文學的應用價值,也對原住民學生的族群意象的發展有更為深入的認識。
Whereas it has been widely agreed that aboriginal adolescent’s ethnic images may dramatically vary due to individual’s living environment and daily experiences, its unique and diverse scenarios are rarely touched upon. Since most aboriginal literature often reflected the mother culture and experiences encountered by many aborigines, it is an adequate tool to probe the aboriginal students’ ethnic images and attitude. This study applied aboriginal literature reading to a ninth grade class mostly composed by the Truku in eastern Taiwan. The year-long teaching focused on students’ learning of their mother language and culture, rethinking individual’s ethnicity, ethnic stereotypes, aboriginal creativity in cultural expression, and positive models learning has gradually strengthened their ethnic self-definition, sense of ethnic belonging, and attitudes to their own tribe and community. The analyses of classroom observations, interview protocols, learning sheets and compositions by the students demonstrated the diverse ethnic images—ranging from “positive” to “unclassified.” This result not only exemplifies the value of aboriginal literature, but deepens our understanding of aboriginal adolescent’s development of ethnic images.
Other Identifiers: 83B857F2-D1FF-D237-D8E9-6B5C68E9E7EE
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