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A Case Study of Classroom Activities in Junior High Biology Classroom
|Issue Date: ||2012-11-22T07:44:29Z
This study utilized the interpretative methodology, used symbolic interactionism and social constructivism as the main theories. In the study, the researcher described the classroom activities’features with social constructivism approach, and took the approach of symbolic interactionism to investigate how the students and teacher interact in the activities. The findings of the research were that, questioning, finger answering, close book instruction, open book for answers searching, discussion with classmates, stories telling or examples giving, student’s performances for demonstration, quiz and pictorial teaching are ten types of activities found in the biology class. Among those activities, the teacher used questioning to connect all the activities and cause student-teacher interaction. Besides, the teacher used pictures and maps to help students’understanding and be deep impression of the concepts, and used the language and examples that the students familiar with so they could accept easily and their concept construction wold be more fluently. After all, the arrangement of the activities was decided by the reactions students responded to the teacher.
|Relation: ||科學教育, 10: 327-343|
|Appears in Collections:||[科學教育研究所] 期刊論文|
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