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    Title: 日本教育特区における教育課程の弾力化 : 義務教育段階の英語教育を中心に
    Other Titles: 日本教育特區下的課程彈力化 : 以義務教育階段的英文教育為中心
    Special zones for flexible curriculum in Japan : on elementary and junior high english education
    Authors: 趙佳玲;Chao, Chia-ling
    Contributors: 淡江大學日本研究所碩士在職專班
    闕百華;Chueh, Pai-hua
    Keywords: 構造改革特區;教育特區;教育課程彈力化;英文教育特區;教育之規制緩和;教育政策鬆綁;Special Zones for Structural Reforming;Special Zones for Education;Flexible Curriculum;Special Zones for English Education;Moderation of Japanese Education Systems;構造改革特區;教育特區;教育課程の彈力化;英語教育特區;教育における規制緩和
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:53:04 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 在全球化的風潮之下,提升國家競爭力已成為各國最主要且最迫切的課題。其中,攸關國家興盛最鉅的「教育」受到前所未有的重視與討論。在此背景下,向來本著機會平等理念及在嚴格法規規定下實施的日本義務教育也在教育制度及教育內容上進行諸多的變革。其中,又以小泉內閣時代的「教育特區」達到改革的巔峰。
    Globalization has recently made the issue of “ how to enhance a country’s competitiveness ”into a critical topic the world over. Education, as always the most important and influential task in a society, has therefore received unprecedented attention. Japan, which is well-known for its passionate equal opportunity and strict laws in education, is now undergoing dramatic changes .One very typical reform that has been carried out under Prime Minister Koizumi’s is the so-called “special zone for education”.
    This thesis focuses mainly on the “ flexible curriculum under special zones for education”. It not only touches the possibilities of the special zones, but also reveals the zones’ weaknesses, strengths and future prospects by introducing “special zone for English education”.
    There are 6 chapters in the thesis, including prelusion(chapter 1) and conclusion(chapter 6). Chapter 2 is about moderation of Japanese education systems and explains the purpose of “special zone for structural reforming”. Chapter 3 analyzes the flexible curriculum in special zones and introduces several examples for better analysis and understanding. Chapter 4 discusses special zones for education and provides examples to illustrate the current situation. Chapter 5 explores on categories/types of English education.
    The conclusion is presented in two parts. In the first, the following possibilities and consequent problems with special zones for education are laid out::
    (一)Possibilities of special zones for education:
    1.Diversity in education may contribute to regional development and is capable of meeting different educational needs.
    2.Education can be a useful tool for solving social problems,
    3. Unique problems in the different regions can be solved.
    4. Positive effects may be expected through cooperation with local government.
    5. Proper competition between schools may promote quality in education.
    (二)Problems of special zone for education:
    1.Local government’s unwillingness to reform.
    2. Education that only aims at efficiency is quite risky.
    3. Early competition and educational gap will be wider and more serious.
    4. Educational reform in junior high is not highly-valued.
    In the second part examples of special zones for English education are presented and the following suggestions for improvement are made:
    1.More specific goals should be made for English education in elementary school.
    2.An increase in hiring ALT and training for English teachers are urgent.
    3.In order to narrow regional gaps in English education, carefully graded, sequenced teaching materials (from elementary through to junior high) must be developed.
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