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研究生:鍾念儀
研究生(外文):Nien-I Chung
論文名稱:公共圖書館說故事活動對幼兒閱讀素養發展之影響
論文名稱(外文):Effects of Public Library Storytelling Activities on Children’s Reading Literacy Development
指導教授:宋慧筠宋慧筠引用關係
口試委員:賴苑玲蔡天怡
口試日期:2020-01-30
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立中興大學
系所名稱:圖書資訊學研究所
學門:傳播學門
學類:圖書資訊檔案學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2020
畢業學年度:108
語文別:中文
論文頁數:89
中文關鍵詞:公共圖書館兒童說故事活動幼兒閱讀素養早期閱讀書寫能力質性研究
外文關鍵詞:Public librariesChildren’s storytelling activitiesPreschool childrenReading literacyEarly literacyQualitative research
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本研究旨以照護者、說故事者以及館員的觀點,探討幼兒定期參與公共圖書館說故事活動對其閱讀素養發展的影響。本研究為質性研究,以臺中市區四間定期舉辦說故事活動之圖書館為研究場域,以訪談法為主,觀察法為輔,探討照護者帶幼兒參與圖書館說故事活動的動機;照護者陪同幼兒參與圖書館說故事活動過程中的角色;照護者、說故事者與館員在圖書館說故事活動對於幼兒早期閱讀書寫能力影響的看法;以及圖書館說故事活動的困境。研究對象包含42位照護者、10位說故事者、4位館員。研究者利用質性內容分析法與主題分析法進行資料的整理與分析。本研究結果顯示:(一)照護者帶幼兒參與圖書館說故事活動的動機為:幼兒之館藏豐富、活動設計豐富、方便性以及環境佳。(二)照護者陪同幼兒參與圖書館說故事活動時角色出現的頻率由高至低為:陪伴者、旁觀者、等待者、指引者。(三)幼兒可以透過圖書館說故事活動之內容設計元素說、唱、讀、玩,促進早期閱讀書寫能力技能包含:口語表達、語音認知、認識字母、詞彙、認識印刷品與背景知識。(四)圖書館說故事活動的困境為:說故事活動的品質落差、說故事活動場次不足,以及宣傳說故事活動平台不固定。本研究建議未來圖書館說故事活動可以控管圖書館說故事活動的品質、提升館員對於說故事活動的認知、知識與技能,以及圖書館在固定的平台宣傳說故事活動。另外,本研究建議未來研究可以探討不同語言的圖書館說故事活動、比較受過培訓課程與未受過培訓課程之說故事者的說故事活動,以及以量化研究評估圖書館說故事活動對幼兒閱讀素養發展的影響。
This study aims to explore effects of children’s regular participation in public library storytelling activities on their reading literacy development from the perspectives of caregivers, storytellers, and librarians. This study was qualitative in nature, taking place at four public libraries in Taichung City that regularly held storytelling activities. Interviews and observations were employed to explore caregivers’ motivations for taking their children to participate in library storytelling activities; roles that caregivers played in accompanying children during library storytelling activities; opinions of caregivers, storytellers, and librarians regarding effects of library storytelling activities on early literacy; and dilemmas of implementing library storytelling activities. Study participants included 42 caregivers, 10 storytellers, and 4 librarians. The researcher employed qualitative content analysis and thematic analysis for organising and analysing the data collected. Results of this study show that: (1) Caregivers’ motivations for taking their children to participate in library storytelling activities included: abundant children''s collections, diverse activity design, convenience, and a pleasant environment. (2) Roles that caregivers played in accompanying children during library storytelling activities varied from high to low levels of frequency, including: caregivers who partnered, onlookers, caregivers who waited, and tutors. (3) Children’s early literacy skills (such as oral language, phonological awareness, letter knowledge, vocabulary, print awareness, and background knowledge) were observed to improve through library storytelling elements, which included speaking, singing, reading, and playing. (4) Dilemmas of implementing library storytelling activities included gaps of quality of various storytelling activities, insufficient storytelling sessions, and random platforms for promoting storytelling activities. Findings of this study suggest that libraries control the quality of storytelling activities; improve librarians'' awareness, knowledge, and skills for children’s storytelling activities; and promote their storytelling activitieies on regular platforms. Suggestions for future research include exploring library storytelling activities delivered in different langauges, comparing impacts of storytelling activities by trained storytellers and untrained ones, and quantitatively evaluating effects of library storytelling activities on children''s reading literacy development.
第一章 緒論 1
第一節 研究背景 1
第二節 研究動機 2
第三節 研究目的及研究問題 4
第四節 研究範圍與限制 4
第五節 名詞解釋 5
第二章 文獻探討 7
第一節 圖書館說故事活動的發展 7
第二節 照護者在圖書館說故事活動的角色 14
第三節 圖書館說故事活動與早期閱讀書寫能力的關係 18
第四節 總結 22
第三章 研究設計與實施 23
第一節 研究方法 23
第二節 研究對象 25
第三節 資料蒐集工具 29
第四節 資料整理與分析 33
第五節 研究信度與效度 37
第六節 研究倫理 37
第七節 研究流程 39
第四章 研究結果與討論 41
第一節 照護者帶幼兒參與圖書館說故事活動的動機 41
第二節 照護者在圖書館說故事活動時所扮演的角色 44
第三節 圖書館說故事活動對幼兒早期閱讀書寫能力的影響 48
第四節 圖書館說故事活動的困境 58
第五節 綜合討論 59
第五章 結論與建議 65
第一節 結論 65
第二節 研究貢獻 66
第三節 實務建議 66
第四節 未來研究建議 67
參考書目 69
附件一、研究日程表 82
附件二、照護者訪談大綱 84
附件三、說故事者訪談大綱 86
附件四、館員訪談大綱 87
附件五、觀察紀錄表 88
附件六、照護者研究說明同意書 89
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