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    Title: 國小一年級硬筆字遊戲教學之行動研究
    Other Titles: An action research of grade 1 hard-pen writing through game instruction
    Authors: 李怡靜;Lee, Yi-ching
    Contributors: 淡江大學課程與教學研究所碩士班
    朱惠芳;Ju, Huey-fang
    Keywords: 遊戲教學;行動研究;硬筆字教學;課程發展;Game Instruction;Action Research;Hard-pen Writing;curriculum development
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-01-11 00:41:32 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 研究者自小即喜歡習字,喜歡欣賞漂亮的字體,因之任教後非常注意學生的習字情況,希望學生用正確的姿勢、認真的態度寫出漂亮的字體,但習字過程枯燥又辛苦,學生多為此感到挫折,逐漸降低學習興趣。研究者在國小一年級國語課生字教學常以書空、描紅為主,覺得此教學方式缺少變化,為突破現況,提升學習興趣,本研究以國民中小學九年一貫課程綱要為規準,設計國小一年級硬筆字遊戲課程,期使國語生字教學更生動有趣,使學生樂於習寫硬筆字,並寫出工整美觀的字體。
    The researcher has been interested in learning about writing Chinese characters and appreciating the beauty of hard-pen writing since childhood. Therefore, the researcher, an elementary school teacher, emphasizes the students’ hard-pen writing learning process and expects them to be able to write pretty hard-pen Chinese characters with correct posture and serious attitude. In the researcher’s experience, many students get frustrated and lose their interests because of humdrum teaching process. Writing letters in the air and delineation are two main methods the elementary school teachers used when teaching Chinese characters. This study is aimed to improve both teaching and learning hard-pen writing of Chinese characters more interesting and attractive by action research.

    The researcher plans, designs, and implements ″hard-pen writing curriculum via game″ for the elementary first-graders on the basis of Grade 1-9 Curriculum Guidelines. Interesting game instruction are designed by the researcher helps students to understand the shaped structure, word structure, and strokes of Chinese characters.

    This curriculum is confirmed to the first stage of writing competence indicator at Mandarin Learning Areas of Grade 1-9 Curriculum Guidelines. The results show the researcher needs to collect resources and analyze the competence indicators carefully to design this practical hard-pen writing curriculum. Also, the first-grade game instruction must be concrete and simple. To have fluent teaching process and good classroom management, it takes complete thinking to design the details of teaching procedures. The study also shows that the students may be impatient with the repetitive game activities. And varieties of game instruction should be designed and added.

    Adjusting posture in the hard-pen writing instruction is very difficult and time-consuming. The teacher must develop individual assistant strategies to achieve the teaching goal. The results show that the pen holding methods and the beauty of hard-pen writing are positively related.

    The researcher gains obvious growth on teaching and curriculum development specialty and confidence by research team teacher’s discussion and the guidance of scholars. This study promotes the interaction between the researcher and students and enhances effective classroom management.

    The study suggests the first-grade teachers insist in adjusting hard-pen holding and writing posture, and apply some game instruction in the teaching process when teaching Chinese characters. Appropriate amount of assignment can lead to the practice effects. For further research, literate teaching and calligraphy teaching can be progressed with the hard-pen writing instruction, or have deeper examination on certain aspect in hard-pen writing instruction.
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