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Title: 你讀到什麼科學?──科學新聞閱讀回憶診斷工具發展與評析
Other Titles: What Science Have You Read? Developing and Investigating a Diagnostic Tool for Evaluating Science News Reading Memory
Authors: 黃俊儒
Chun-Ju Huang
Issue Date: Jun-2015
Publisher: 國立臺灣師範大學
National Taiwan Normal University
Abstract: 近代社會中的科技發展變化快速,若要持續地關心這些正在發生的科學相關議題,科學新聞文本就扮演一個重要的媒介角色。在眾多的科學新聞當中,「科學編譯新聞」是國內引進「科學新知」的最主要媒介,並且同時融合了科學的「說明文」及「故事文」兩種文類,是一個十分特殊及重要的科學知識文本。一般民眾如何對這類新聞文本進行閱讀與回憶,甚至足以影響科技社會的發展與成熟。本研究透過科學新聞閱讀回憶診斷工具的發展,經由自由回想及問題晤談的方法,探討大學生在閱讀科學編譯新聞時的閱讀回憶量、類型及相關的影響因素。研究結果發現,主題興趣是影響閱讀者掌握相關科學訊息的最主要因素,而閱讀者對於科學新聞的文本結構掌握地愈完整,愈有助於科學知識的吸收及整體意義的掌握。
In the current technological society, science news is a crucial mediator between people and developing science and technology. Among the various types of science news, compiled science news is the main source from which the latest scientific information from abroad is introduced. Compiled science news, which combines narrative and expository texts, is a unique type of scientific information. Because scientific information is increasingly prevalent, the manner in which people read and remember science news can affect the development and maturity of a technological society. This study explored students’ reading memory and style as well as the factors influencing reading by applying a developed diagnostic tool in combination with free recall tasks and interviews. The results revealed that the motivation of interest is the main factor affecting student monitoring of science news. When readers maintain more complete textual structures in their mind, they can more efficiently master the scientific knowledge and grasp complete concepts from the compiled science news.
URI: http://rportal.lib.ntnu.edu.tw/handle/77345300/77850
Other Identifiers: 04CEE120-8038-6DC2-BF8F-ADC48BC3B185
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