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This study tried to solve the following research questions.
1. What indivisuality do each of 2, 4, 6 grade stude<nts expect from teachers?
2. What lesson conducting do each of 2, 4, 6 grade students expect from teachers?
3. What student guidance do each of 2, 4, 6 grade students expect from teachers?
I conducted a survey, using the method of writing freely on the questions, with 420 students of an elementary school in Seoul.
The results of the analysis of the survey are as follows:
First, on the point of the indivisuality, the ideal teacher was considered First of from three standpoints - personality, linguistic sense, and attire. all, ideal teacher's personality was rated as follows:
`$ 2 grade - kindness, generosity
a$ 4 grade - generosity, patience
b$ 6 grade - generosity, both strictness and generosity
And the linguistic sense of ideal teacher's was found as follows:
`$ 2 grade - kindness
a$ 4 grade - kindness
b$ 6 grade - kindness
Lastly, the ideal teacher's attire was rated as follows:
`$ 2 grade - neatness, gay custume
a$ 4 grade - neatness
b$ 6 grade - neatness
Second, on the point of the lesson conducting, the ideal teacher was considered from four standpoints - teaching method, subject matter, evaluation, and homework. Above all, the primary-school children's expectation of teaching method was rated as follows:
`$ 2 grade - interesting method, full explanation, large teaching in quantity, easy explanation
a$ 4 grade - full explanation, interesting method, easy explanation
b$ 6 grade - full explanation, repeating explanation
And the students' expectation of subject matter was rated as follows:
`$ 2 grade - interesting matter, easy matter
a$ 4 grade - easy matter, extensive matter, utility
b$ 6 grade - core, extensive matter
And the students' expectation of evaluation was rated as follows:
`$ 2 grade - rare examination, making questions out of only textbook, few questions in a test
a$ 4 grade - making questions out of only textbook, few questions in a test, certainty of questions
b$ 6 grade - making questions out of only textbook, prior announcement, no throwing open to parents, makig questions of important content
Lastly, the students' expectation of homework was rated as follows:
`$ 2 grade - easy homework, little homework, only activity
a$ 4 grade - little homework, easy homework
b$ 6 grade - steady and reasonable quantity, easy homework
Third, on the point of the student guidance, the ideal teacher was considered from three standpoints - the method of student guidance, the way of conducting children's mistakes, and guidance of cleaning classroom. First of all, the elementary-school children's expectation of the method of student guidance was rated as follows:
`$ 2 grade - understanding the position of students, treating students as one's friend
a$ 4 grade - understanding the position of students
b$ 6 grade - understanding the position of students, equitable treatment to students, respecting personality, enjoying mutual understanding
And the students' expectation of the way of conducting their mistakes was rated as follows:
`$ 2 grade - making it a rule to punish in advance, helping find out faults
a$ 4 grade - helping find out faults, no severe punishment, no overlooking faults
b$ 6 grade - no severe punishment, helping find out faults, no shaming in front of friends
Lastly, the students' expectation of the guidance of cleaning classroom was rated as follows:
`$ 2 grade - short and light cleaning, helping clean
a$ 4 grade - helping clean, short and light cleaning, commendation
b$ 6 grade - short and light cleaning, leaving its management in students' hands, fair division of cleaning
As a result, I hope that the elementary - school teachers understand the expectation classified by students' grades, and try to respond to the expectation of students'. Because I think it is one way to bear full fruits of education. And I hope, in teacher-training center, to educate prospective teachers by considering the results of this survey.~http://dspace.ewha.ac.kr/handle/2015.oak/173700;
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