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|Authors: ||葉王婉君;CHUN, YEH WANG WAN|
|Keywords: ||客語生活學校;特色課程;客家藝文競賽;Hakka life school;Specialty courses;Hakka art and cultural competition|
|Issue Date: ||2019-09-03 15:01:10 (UTC+8)|
|Abstract: ||中文摘要 |
請訪談上湖國小校長及 2 位主任、2 位組長、3 位老師、10 位學生及學生家長和
上湖社區里長及社區耆老共 25 位。藉此訪談的資料，做為探客語生活學校推動
二、 透過 SWOT 分析了解上湖國小優劣勢及面臨困境 。
The study titled “Promoting Hakka Life School – An example from the ShangHu
Elementary School” aims to investigate the current status of learning Hakka-related
courses and understand how the Hakka Life School is planned and implemented in
ShangHu Elementary School.
This qualitative study applied participant observation, artifacts analyses and
interview methods. Twenty-five study participants were enrolled for the interview,
including, the principle, directors of academic affairs, teaching leaders, teachers,
students, parents, the chief of the village of ShangHu, and community members. A
home-grown semi-structure interview survey was developed by the researcher for the
purpose of this study.
The study aims to:
1. Understand the current status of how the ShangHu Elementary school
promoting Hakka language and Hakka culture on campus.
2. Use the SWOT framework to identify strengths, weaknesses, opportunities,
and threats related to promoting Hakka life experience in ShangHu
3. Develop strategic plans of promoting Hakka Life experience in ShangHu
The study results showed that ShangHu Elementary school emphasized students’
learning engagement through life experience; local community resources were
incorporated into student’s learning. The curriculum in ShangHu Elementary school is
non-standardized, instead, students’ individual ability and interests are taken into
consideration in course development. As a result, multiple individualized and
specialty courses were created to meet students’ needs. Additionally, ShangHu
Elementary school actively participate in Hakka Life School Project promoted by the
government of Taoyuan city. They put the concepts of “education is life” into practice
as well as enhance the aesthetic value of place and spaces on campus. Students are
encouraged to learn the native land stories in Hakka language, and participate in
diverse Hakka-related art and culture events. The process of learning Hakka culture
and language has become an internalized experience in students in ShangHu
Key words: Hakka life school, Specialty courses, Hakka art and cultural competition.
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