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Korean Journal of General Education 2020;14(5):55-65.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.46392/kjge.2020.14.5.55    Published online October 31, 2020.
A Study on the Role of ‘Co-Duction’ Activities in Book Review Writing Education -Focused on Courses and Surveys for the First Semester of 2020
Min-ae Ra
Teaching Associate Professor, Seoul National University
서평 쓰기 교육에서의 학습자 분석과 ‘공동-추론’ 교안 연구 -2020년 1학기 운영 강좌 및 대학 신입생 설문을 중심으로
서울대학교 기초교육원 강의부교수
Correspondence:  Min-ae Ra,
Email: kaeruna@snu.ac.kr
Received: 20 September 2020   • Revised: 20 October 2020   • Accepted: 22 October 2020
The aim of this study was to examine the level of writing for university freshmen, and to propose a book review writing class model based on learner identification in order to strengthen university culture education. We have long understood that writing education can also be developed in depth, based on both the curriculum and the connection of the learners. In particular, it is important to understand the writing experience and the level of college freshmen, who just graduated from secondary education institutions and entered higher education institutions. The field of writing noted in this paper was “book review” writing. Book review writing is a genre that is widely regarded as valid for developing critical thinking skills in universities, and furthermore, it has proven to be advantageous in ensuring the connectivity between writing and education. In order to understand the students' experience and level of awareness, this paper analyzed the S University Writing class cases and surveys. As a result of the analysis, this paper emphasized the need for ‘Co-Duction’ to expand the efficiency of book review education and to strengthen the weaker areas among the learners. ‘Co-Duction’ is a kind of debate that enables critical reading and makes self-reliant opinions sound. Through this course, students will be able to compare their personal experiences and views with other readers, thus allowing them to form and sharpen their critical attitudes. Therefore, we are going to introduce available book review teaching methods to increase the efficiency in actual book review classes.
Key Words: book review, Co-Duction, connectivity, Learner-Centered Curriculum, genre writing


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