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    題名: 植民地期臺湾における修学旅行研究 : 特に昭和期の初等教育を中心として―
    其他題名: 日治時代臺灣修學旅行之研究 : 以昭和時期初等教育為中心
    A study on school excursions in Taiwan during the Japanese colonial period (1926-1945)
    作者: 梁廷瑜;Liang, Ting-Yu
    貢獻者: 淡江大學亞洲研究所碩士班
    關鍵詞: 修學旅行;日治時代;昭和時期;教科書;台灣日日新報;初等教育;school excursions;Japanese colonial period;Showa period;textbook;Taiwan Daily News(Taiwan Nichi Nichi Simpo);primary education;修学旅行;日本統治時期;昭和期;教科書;台湾日日新報;初等教育
    日期: 2011
    上傳時間: 2011-06-16 21:40:19 (UTC+8)
    摘要: 本論文以日治時代昭和時期為時代背景,探究台灣初等教育(小學校、公學校)是如何實施修學旅行,以及實施的過程是否受到政府的安排而有所不同。並且透過相關的文獻與史料,重現當時的修學旅行。
    This research aims to explore the management and the purpose of “school excursion” practiced in the primary education system of the Showa period. Through inspecting historical materials, the article reconstructs the journeys and education under Japanese domination.
    School excursion originated in Japan, and was carried out in Taiwan in 1895 through promotion of modern education. This new teaching style, different from traditional schooling, not only combines education and recreation, but also applies the textbook material in to real world context. In time, this new style of teaching slowly becomes an integral part of the primary education system.
    According to school children’s drawings, reports and presentations, students overlay classroom knowledge with trips and demonstrations coordinated by their teachers. Moreover, visits to modernized architectures, including developed cities and novel public facilities broaden students’ horizons and reveal the progress of the country. Students, as a result, gained admiration to those developmental advancements and became content with the Japanese rule.
    Additionally, in order to strengthen children’s infatuation with Japan, educators arouse students with previous excursion by constantly arranging courses and teaching materials related to the trip. This repeated conveyance successfully educated people and imprinted the good of the dominator.
    The excursion seems education-oriented in nature, but it subliminally advocates Japanese policy and solidifies the ruler’s governance. The colonialist carry out patriotism through national assimilation, build of affection, and identity. The managed school excursion is a practice of consolidating the colony from the bottom up.
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