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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2001;22(1): 241-249.
유아의 이야기 짓기와 극화 활동의 연계가 유아의 이야기 구조 및 탈상황적 언어 발달에 미치는 영향
The Effect of Dictation and Dramatization on Children`s Story Construction and Decontextualized Language.
Moom Jung Lee
This study examined the effect of story dictation and dramatization on children`s story construction and decontextualized language. For 12 weeks, the 22 five-year-old children in the experimental group participated in story dictation and dramatization activities while another 22 same-age children participated only in story dictation. The instruments were the children`s Decontextualized Language Test(Foley, 1992) and children`s Story Analysis(Knipping, 1987), revised to fit Korean grammar. Story dictation and dramatization facilitated high level story construction by children: it raised levels of story coherence and narrative form. Story dictation and dramatization also enhanced decontextualized language of children, raising their use of decontextualized language on a picture description task.
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