ㆍ발행기관 : 인하대학교 아시아다문화융합연구소ㆍ수록지정보 : 다문화와 교육 / 1권 / 2호 / 99 ~ 110 페이지 ㆍ저자명 : Eunsil Park,Youngshin Park,Jihyeon An
The purpose of this study is to examine and analyze the social representation of English test, English score, English teacher and English class among Korean elementary school students. A total of 497 elementary school students (male=251, female=246) completed an open-ended questionnaire developed by Park (2010). The results are as follows. First, as for the social representation of English test, majority listed Easy, followed by Dislike, English study and Difficulty. Whereas majority of students who marked highest and high scores listed Easy, many of the students who scored mid-to-low scores listed Dislike. Second, as for English score, majority listed Good (61.5%), followed by Burdened and Average. Third, as for English teacher, Like listed the highest, followed by Dislike, Teach, Average, and English class. Majority of female students and students with highest scores responded Like, whereas majority of male and students with mid-to-low scores listed Dislike, Fourth, as for the social representation of English class, Interesting listed the highest followed by Diverse teaching method, Like and Boring, Majority of students with the highest scores responded Interesting, whereas majority of students with mid-to-low scores listed Dislike.