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Korean Journal of Child Studies 1982;3: 83-96.
텔레비젼 유아교육 프로그램에 관한 탐색적 연구
지옥정, 전경숙
Educational Television Programs for Early Childhood : Explorative Study
Ok Jung Gi,Kyeung Sook Jeun
TV has a very strong influence on various aspects of children`s life and development. In view of this influence, various problems related to the content and production of TV programs for early - childhood deserve a careful study. Recognizant of this significance, this study aims to suggest the direction in which the production of TV programs for early childhood in Korea will steer by defining the concept of TV programs for early childhood and by analyzing the current status and trends of producting TV program for early childhood at abroad. In this study, attempts were made to suggest some strategies for the production of TV programs for early childhood based on an expansive literature review. 1. The running time of TV programs for early-childhood ages of 4-5 year old is suggested to be 15 minutes. 2. In the process of producing the programs, a group of professionals including in-service teachers, researchers specializing in child development, psychology and sociology, idea-creators, script writers, media experts, producers, and monitors should provide concerted efforts throughout the process. 3. The running time of TV programs for early-childhood should be less than 20 minutes and therefore should have simple learning objectives. 4. The contents of programs should be organized in such a way as to enable children to view themselves as well as the environment in more positive ways and to fester desirable values and beliefs in them based on various constructive activities and plays. 5. The programs should adopt various techniques including repetition, to ensure the maximum learning effect in full consideration of children`s interest. 6. The programs should be continuously revised and supplemented based on the evaluation of the programs, children`s responses and monitor`s feedbacks.
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