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研究生(外文):Tai, Yu-Wei
論文名稱(外文):Studies of Augmented Reality Assisted Picture Book with PEER Parent-Child Reading Strategy
指導教授(外文):Chang, Kuo-EnSung, Yao-TingLiu, Tzu-Chien
外文關鍵詞:Augmented RealityAugmented Reality picture bookPEER dialogue reading
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親子共讀對於兒童教育是相當重要的,過去研究發現,兒童若能從早期開始培養閱讀的習慣,對兒童未來的識字能力發展、口語表達相當有幫助。然而,卻有許多父母因工作忙碌沒辦法一起親子共讀,過去已有學者研究透過擴增實境閱讀能引起兒童的注意力,但在過去的研究中較多為如何提升學習者閱讀動機,較少學習成效的成果的探討。因此本研究主要目的為探討擴增實境結合PEER (Prompt提示、Expand擴大、Evaluate評估、Repeat重複)對話式閱讀,是否提升學習成效。
Parent-child reading is very important to children's education. Past studies have found that if children can develop reading habits from an early stage, it will be very helpful to children's future literacy and oral expression. However, many parents cannot read with their parents. In the past, scholars have studied how augmented reality reading can attract children's attention. In the past, more research focused on how to improve learners' reading motivation. Therefore, the main purpose of this research is to explore whether the combination of augmented reality and PEER (Prompt, Extension, Evaluation, Repeat) dialogue reading can improve the learning effect.
In this research, object is five years old learners effective sample size was 56. The parent reading picture book group (control group) and the augmented reality reading picture book group (experimental group). Both groups used the same picture book to read. In terms of reading content, the parent reading picture book group reads side by side in the form of parent reading; the augmented reality reading picture book group uses augmented reality plus PEER dialogue textbooks for reading.
According to the results of the study, when comparing the learning effects of the augmented reality reading picture book group, children’s reading learning is better than the parent’s reading picture book group learning. Augmented reality has a positive and good attitude to use. The delayed test results after two weeks showed that children who used augmented reality reading books also had good retention.
第一章 緒論 1
第一節 研究背景與動機 1
第二節 研究目的 3
第三節 研究假設 4

第二章 文獻探討 5
第一節 擴增實境 5
第二節 擴增實境在教學上的應用與實證 6
第三節 擴增實境運用在書上的實證(ARBOOK) 7
第四節 對話式閱讀 9

第三章 系統設計 11
第一節 系統設計理念 11
第二節 系統內容 11

第四章 研究方法 17
第一節 研究對象 17
第二節 研究設計 19
第三節 研究工具 20
第四節 研究程序 21
第五節 資料收集與分析 24

第五章 研究結果 25
第一節 學習成效分析 25
第二節 延宕測驗分析 27
第三節 擴增實境組閱讀即時反饋測驗 28
第四節 行為序列模式分析 31
第五節 訪談與回饋分析 33

第六章 討論與結論 37
第一節 討論 37

第七章 結論及未來建議 39
第一節 結論 39
第二節 建議 40
第三節 未來方向 41

參考文獻 42

附錄一 成就試卷 48
附錄二 訪談稿(實驗組) 49
附錄三 訪談稿(對照組) 50
附錄四 家庭閱讀背景調查表 51
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