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읽기 難易性에 關한 硏究
- 읽기 難易性에 關한 硏究
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- (A) STUDY ON REALABILITY : Diffrences between "Exclusive use of Hangul" and "Use of Hangul and Chinese characters"
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- 대학원 교육학과
- 읽기난이성; 한글전용; 한자혼용
- 이화여자대학교 대학원
- This study was undertaken to examine the differences of readability among various combinations of the two problems of exclusive use of Hangul as compared to the use of both Hangul and Chinese characters, and spacing based on actual words$ secondary words, and parts of speech.
The following hypotheses were tested for this study
1. "Exclusive use of Hangul" and "Use of the both Hangul and Chinese characters." make differences in reading speed and comprehension.
2. The degree of spacing makes differences in reading speed and comprehension.
Four types of reading material were constructed as following principles.
1. In one text employed both Hangul and Chinese character at the same time combining actual words with secondary words, and parts of speech.
2. In another text used Hangul exclusively, yet remained combination of actual words with secondary words and parts of speech.
3. In another text combined Hangul and Chinese and separated actual words, secondary words, and parts of speech.
4. In the last text employed Hangul exclusively and separated actual words, secondary words, and parts of speech.
To test these hypotheses, the data was gathered from college students and adult groups of both sexes, the number of subjects was 275.
The hypotheses were tested by the analysis of the data obtained from the subjects.
The results of the study are summarized as follows.
1. It was found that "exclusive use of Hangul" was read faster than that of "Use of both Hangul and Chinese characters".
2. It was found that the comprehension of "exclusive use of Hangul" was better than that of "Use of both Hangul and Chinese characters."
3. Reading speed was faster in the text of separated actual word, secondary words, and parts of speech than that of the other texts.
4. The degree of spacing has no signifinicant effect on reading comprehension.
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