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    Title: 台北の幼稚園における日本語学習の実態調査 : 親たちへの意識調査を中心に
    Other Titles: 台北幼兒園之日語學習現況調查 : 以家長的意識調查為中心
    A survey of the situation of Japanese learning for preschool children in Taipei : focusing on the parental opinion
    Authors: 陳德涵;Chen, Te-Han
    Contributors: 淡江大學日本語文學系碩士班
    馬耀輝;Maa, Yaw- Huie
    Keywords: 日語教育;幼兒園;幼兒教育;幼兒外語學習;台北地區;Japanese-language education;Preschool;Preschool education;Preschool foreign language education;Taipei area;日本語教育;幼稚園;幼児教育;幼児外国語学習;台北地域
    Date: 2015
    Issue Date: 2016-01-22 14:39:34 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本論文是由台灣日治時期的日語教育之發展開始,到戰後一度中斷與近數十年再興之脈絡中,探討日語教育如何成為台灣學習者人數最多的第二外國語言。補習班、各級學校,甚至幼稚園都有提供日語學習之相關課程,日語學習者的人數不但年年增加,且其學習者年齡也有年輕化之趨勢。其中,以幼兒園的日語教育之現況為主軸展開下列之研究與調查。
    This study is about the situation of Japanese learning for preschool children in Taipei. Beginning with the development of Japanese-language education in Taiwan from Japanese occupation until now. This study investigates that how Japanese became the most popular second foreign language subject in Taiwan, even it had been suspended during the early post-World WarⅡperiod. Not only an increase in Japanese learners, but their average age has also been younger.
    Then, the development of preschool foreign language education which is arguable in Taiwan. The researcher investigated the preschools which teach Japanese in Taipei area through in-depth interview, and understood the parents’ thoughts by questionnaire survey.
    In the end, the researcher compared the parents’ expectations toward the goal of education with the preschools’ education policy, and concluded whether it should be amended or not. The findings will contribute to the potential development for Japanese-language education in the future.
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