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Title: 物語能力の発達 : 児童期から青年期にかけて何が発達するのか
Other Titles: Development of the story-making ability : What develops from childhood to adolescence?
Authors: 田島, 啓子
Tajima, Keiko
タジマ, ケイコ
Keywords: storymaking
developmental change
Issue Date: Mar-2003
Abstract: This study aimed to clarify what kinds of ability develop in the story-making activity from childhood to adolescence. Totally 307 second, forth, sixth, eighth, eleventh graders and the sophomores at universities were required to make their own continuative story following the short task story. The quantitative and qualitative aspects of their stories were analyzed for identifying the developmental change and continuity. The results showed that the trial to represent their own originality, found in the indices such as the number of adventuresome episodes or artifices for the given problem-solving, increased developmentally, though the basic story schema, found in the indices such as the number of characters in their stories or psychological descriptions, did not show the clear developmental change. The students' attitude and skills to amuse readers or listeners with their story was discussed as what develops in story-making activities from childhood to adolescence.
URI: http://ir.jwcpe.ac.jp/dspace/handle/123456789/542
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