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A study on the sustainable classical literature education based on the knowledge reproducing process of learners

Title
A study on the sustainable classical literature education based on the knowledge reproducing process of learners
Authors
ChungS.-Y.HyunY.-R.
Ewha Authors
정소연
SCOPUS Author ID
정소연scopus
Issue Date
2015
Journal Title
International Journal of Applied Engineering Research
ISSN
0973-4562JCR Link
Citation
vol. 10, no. 18, pp. 39354 - 39357
Keywords
Classical literatureCombinationDigital mediaExternalizationInternalizationInternetKnowledge creationKnowledge creatorKnowledge distributerKnowledge reproductionLearnerLiterary placePublishingSocializationSustainability
Publisher
Research India Publications
Indexed
SCOPUS scopus
Abstract
This research has investigated educational ways to sustain the classical literature by drawing learners as assertive subjects to reproduce and distribute related knowledge of the classical literature. The central point is for learners to recognize and explore their living places as the places where the classical literature had actually been created. It shows the process of how learners externalized their reproduced works on a cyber space through combining process in a classroom, internalizing and socializing process through exploring the literal places. The summary of the discussion in the research is as follows. First, it investigates an educational approach to apply the model of knowledge reproducing process to sustain the classical literature. Second, it investigates learners' contribution and roles to sustaining the classical literature by playing an assertive role in knowledge distribution and creation. Third, it investigates possibilities to sustain the classical literature by focusing on the 'place' and its contribution to the literature history. © Research India Publications.
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