歴史意識の連続的形成を図る初等・中等接続研究-ドイツ教科書の分析をもとに-  [in Japanese] A Study on Primary and Secondary Education Consistency with an Attempt at Sequential Development of Historical Consciousness: Based on an Analysis of German Textbooks  [in Japanese]

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本稿は,歴史意識を視点としたドイツの初等と中等の教科書の分析を通して,歴史学習における両段階の接続を考察することを目的とする。<br>教科書の分析から,各段階における歴史意識の形成過程の特色を明らかにし,その連続的形成を考察した。この考察から,歴史意識の歴史性と社会性の各次元を相互に関連づけた意味形成に基づき,子どもの歴史に関する語りを段階的に精緻化するという歴史意識の連続的形成がなされていることを明らかにした。<br>本稿での考察から,日本の歴史学習への示唆を得ることができた。歴史意識の育成という学習目標が学習内容の接続も実現させていること,学習目標としての歴史意識は教授学的理論でなくてはならないこと,歴史学習固有の目標が両段階の接続を可能にする有効な方策であるという3点である。

This study examined the consistency of historical learning in primary and secondary school education in Germany through the analysis of textbooks that focused on historical consciousness.<br>   The study first clarified the characteristic pattern of historical consciousness as to how hit was developed at each educational stage through an analysis of the textbooks and then examined the sequential progress in the building of such consciousness. It revealed that historical consciousness is developed continually in a way that children's narratives on history were progressively elaborated through interrelating both historical and social dimensions in the consciousness.<br>   The study indicated that the following could be applied to historical learning in Japan: (1) the goal of historical learning, i.e., fostering historical consciousness, would make it possible to ensure consistency in the study content; (2) historical consciousness as a learning goal had to be a pedagogical theory; and (3) the aim unique to historical learning was an effective means of enabling a consistency across primary and secondary school education.

Journal

  • The Bulletin of Japanese Curriculum Research and Development

    The Bulletin of Japanese Curriculum Research and Development 39(1), 73-83, 2016

    Japan Curriculum Research and Development Association

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    130005292321
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AN00247430
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • ISSN
    0288-0334
  • NDL Article ID
    027560267
  • NDL Call No.
    Z7-1475
  • Data Source
    NDL  J-STAGE 
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