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KCI등재 학술저널

한국어교육에서의 하이브리드 수업 사례 연구

Study on Hybrid Class Operation in Korean Language Education

This study is aimed to analyze the case of hybrid learning Korean class by applying the ACAD model, to emphasize its meaning, and to suggest application points so that teachers and curriculum designers can redesign classes according to their situations. In this study, ‘hybrid class’ is defined as ‘teaching and learning activities in which a teacher operates classes simultaneously in an offline classroom, which is a physical space, and online, which is a virtual space’. As an example of a hybrid class, an intermediate level Korean class at a university in Hong Kong was analyzed through an Activity-Centered Analysis and Design (ACAD) model. ACAD is a meta-theoretical framework for understanding and improving local and complex learning situations, which consists of Social Design, Epistemic Design and Set Design. As a result of the case analysis, in the case of Social Design, interaction was achieved by appropriately utilizing online class tools according to the proportion of students participating both on and offline. As for Set Design, it was confirmed the pattern changed according to the conditions of the classroom environment in conducting hybrid classes. Lastly, in Epistemic Design, Flipped Learning and Mobile-assisted Language Learning (MALL) were applied to help learners understand the contents in situations where online and offline classes were conducted simultaneously. The class targeted by this study was conducted in a space where a hybrid teaching and learning environment was prepared relatively early from the point of change to a hybrid education environment. Therefore, this study is meaningful in that it actually proposed considerations for the educational environment and teachers and learners for conducting a hybrid Korean class.

1. 서론

2. 하이브리드 러닝에 관한 연구

3. 수업 사례 연구

4. 결론

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