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Korean J Child Stud > Volume 22(1); 2001 > Article
Korean Journal of Child Studies 2001;22(1): 227-240.
유아의 이야기 이해에 관한 연구들에 대한 고찰
채종옥
Assessment of Children`s Story Comprehension : A Review of Research
Jong Ok Chae
Abstract
This review examined trends in research on the assessment of Korean children`s story comprehension. Specific areas that were analyzed included types of questions asked in the assessment and variables treated as relevant to the assessment of story comprehension. Literal, inferential, and critical questions were identified. Among the 33 studies reviewed, 20 used all 3 types of questions, the other 13 used only literal questions. The studies using only literal questions interpreted comprehension of a story as "comprehension of letters and/or components of a story." The other studies interpreted it as "comprehension of implied meaning of a story." Other relevant variables were "teaching strategies" (29 studies) and "structural components" (4 studies). None of the studies treated "children`s internal variables related to story comprehension."
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