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Korean Journal of General Education 2020;14(5):25-39.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.46392/kjge.2020.14.5.25    Published online October 31, 2020.
A Study on the Demand for Writing Education by Learning Type -Centered on the Basic Class of H University
Dukhyun Jeong
Lecturer in Exclusive Charge, Hannam University
학습유형별 글쓰기 교육요구도 연구 -H 대학교 기초반 중심으로
정덕현
한남대학교 강의전담교수
Correspondence:  Dukhyun Jeong,
Email: sun1496@hanmail.net
Received: 20 September 2020   • Revised: 20 October 2020   • Accepted: 22 October 2020
Abstract
This study was conducted to reflect the educational needs of college students, who play a most crucial role when it comes to conducting university writing education. By eliciting the types of learning required for writing education, and surveying and analyzing the educational needs by type, we were able to derive the factors needed for conducting future courses in writing education.
To this end, a questionnaire was produced for the study type, along with a questionnaire for the survey of the educational needs of university students for writing education. We analyzed 99 responses to the questionnaire. Frequency analysis, technical statistics, t-test, F-test, the Borich Demand Formula, and the Locus for Focus Model were used as methods for the questionnaire analysis.
The results of this study are as follows: First, the basic class learners of H University were classified into four types, focusing on learning motivation and self-control, after which the needs of each group were analyzed. As a result, the demand for Type 1 was high in the order of texting and outline writing, while those of Type 2 was high in the order of outline writing and topic writing. In addition, the demand for Type 3 was high in the order of subject matter and paragraph writing, whereas type 4 was high in the order of conception and SNS writing.
Second, the demand for writing in the basic class of H University was high in the order of “overview writing,” “writing reports,” “writing paragraphs” and “writing essays.”
Based on the results of this study, we proposed the development of a program that can produce a good overview in writing education, strengthen correction guidance, and introduce media-use writing.
Key Words: Learning type, Educational needs, Writing education, Borich requirement, Basic class


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