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Korean Journal of General Education 2021;15(5):129-142.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.46392/kjge.2021.15.5.129    Published online October 31, 2021.
A Study on the Strategy of Non-face-to-face Writing Lectures in the Post-Corona Era -Based on PBL-based Thinking and Expression
Nam-kyu Kim
Lecturer, Korea University
포스트 코로나 시대의 비대면 글쓰기 강의 전략 연구 -PBL을 기반으로 한 <사고와 표현> 중심으로
김남규
고려대학교 교양교육원 강사
Correspondence:  Nam-kyu Kim,
Email: knk1231@naver.com
Received: 20 September 2021   • Revised: 20 October 2021   • Accepted: 25 October 2021
Abstract
The liberal arts lecture called “thinking and expression” aims to provide a foundation for improving basic and professional communication skills to be used in universities and societies.
However, it is true that “thinking and expression” is being developed as a writing-oriented lecture at each university, and online lectures in the current non-face-to-face situation expose various limitations due to the nature of writing. As a result, the following conclusions were obtained by reviewing the PBL lecture module of K University.
First, theory-oriented writing classes do not stimulate students' interest in non-face-to-face situations, and existing writing textbooks also need to be extensively supplemented suitable for non-face-to-face situations. In non-face-to-face situations, writing lectures face contradictions that have no choice but to return to theory rather than practice, so it is imperative to develop online writing lecture modules in the university itself to improve the quality of lectures.
Second, discussion classes based on PBLs are a priority to forestall various problems that can occur in non-face-to-face classes. It is important to consider using the video conference platform to facilitate communication between students in non-face-to-face situations as much as possible, but to encourage direct conversation to build intimacy rather than chatting. In order to become a PBL differentiated from the existing group learning, we pay more attention to the problem-solving process itself, and lead cooperative learning to more actively respond to social problems and find practical solutions through the ‘living lab’ method.
Third, in non-face-to-face writing, the interaction between students and professors is absolute, and the process of writing and correcting together is important to form communication. Along with real-time lectures using video conferencing platforms, it is very important for professors to continue to show interest in students' writings and feedback them one by one.
Key Words: covid-19, post-corona, non-face-to-face lectures, online lectures, writing lectures, thinking and expression, professors’ correction(feedback)
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