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|Keywords: ||山腳公學校;皇民化政策;教師形象;日式宿舍群;Shan Jiao National School;Kominka Policy;Teachers’ Images;Japanese-style|
|Issue Date: ||2015-09-23 15:02:18 (UTC+8)|
This thesis focused on Miaoli Erbao Shan Jiao National School (so-called Miaoli Shan Jiao Elementary School today) as a studying case. We discussed from the development of the Shan Jiao National School, students’ source and performance, teachers’ performance and dormitories’ memories.
In Chapter 1, the development of the Shan Jiao National School, we introduced the changes of the education policy, the development of the school, the execution of the course activities ,and the status of the school development during the Kominka Policy. Due to the progress of national school, the related course activities were carried out accordingly. Therefore, the style of the traditional education from the Qing dynasty was changed. The new style of education had gradually permeated through the Taiwan community and changed the education area.
In Chapter 2, the Students’ Source and Performance, we analyzed the students’ database regarding the renamed names and the future plans ,discussed the performance and memories in the school for the graduated students as well. We summarized the vocations for the students’ parents with the students’ database from 1918 to 1945. We found that the people in the Shan Jiao area were mainly working on agriculture. In addition, there were high percentages of students to enter a higher school from the students’ future plans. Therefore, the data proved that the students under agricultural parents hoped to improve their career selections through the new style of education.
In Chapter 3, the Teachers’ Performance and Dormitories’ Memories, we discussed the teachers’ source and progress. Furthermore, we described the teachers’ images from Taiwan and Japan and the life status in teachers’ dormitories. The students in national schools during the Japanese Colonial Period were mostly positive for their teachers’ images, no matter whether they were from Taiwan or Japan. For instance, the teachers’ images from the most students in the Shan Jiao National School were teaching hard and following the morals.
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