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Pre-service Teachers` Perceptions on the Seminar and a Case of the Development of Presentation Ability
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Pre-service Teachers` Perceptions on the Seminar and a Case of the Development of Presentation Ability
Han, Jae-Young; Yoon, Ji-Hyun;
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 Abstract
The college of education should support pre-service teachers to learn knowledge of their major and develop the ability of presenting or teaching the knowledge. The pre-service teachers may have many opportunities of presentations to develop the ability of teaching. Some college of education provide such opportunities in the `seminar` course. In this study we investigated the pre-service teachers` perceptions on the seminar where they present contents of their major, developed the framework to analyze and evaluated the seminar presentation ability, and explored the change of presentation ability through a case study. Pre-service teachers perceived that from the seminar they could develop the presentation skill and understand the scientific contents more deeply. However they pointed out the difficulty of understanding others` presentations, discussing on the contents and interpreting the English paper. We developed the presentation analysis framework including the evaluation elements, the evaluation items, and the evaluation methods according to the progress of a seminar presentation. Using this framework we evaluated and compared the development of seminar presentation ability of a per-service teacher both quantitatively and qualitatively. We discussed the educational implication of this study such as the suggestion for the effective management of a seminar and the usage of the presentation analysis framework.
 Keywords
Seminar presentation;Pre-service teacher;Perceptions on seminar;Presentation ability;
 Language
Korean
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