맥락적 지식 중심의 한시 교육 - 두보의 「春望」을 중심으로 -

Title
맥락적 지식 중심의 한시 교육 - 두보의 「春望」을 중심으로 -
Other Titles
Teaching Chinese Poetry, ‘ChunMang (春望)’, Based on Contextual knowledge
Author(s)
정정순
Keywords
한시 교육; 두보; 맥락; 맥락적 지식; 생산 맥락; 번역 맥락; 맥락적 지식 중심의 외국 문학 교육; teaching chinese poetry; DuBo; context; contextual knowledge; context of production; context of translation; teaching foreign literature based on contextual knowledge; teaching chinese poetry; DuBo; context; contextual knowledge; context of production; context of translation; teaching foreign literature based on contextual knowledge
Issue Date
201112
Publisher
우리말글학회
Citation
우리말글, v.53, pp.203 - 226
Abstract
Context has been a new content in literature education since the 2007 revised curriculum. Students needs to be provided with two different contexts when reading foreign literature which they are supposed to learn. The first contextual knowledge which needs to be given to students is the knowledge about the context concerning the production of the work. DuBo(杜甫) created the work [ChunMang(春望)] when he was captured by rebels in 757. That's why the poem has the mood of patriotism and longing for family. The second contextual knowledge which is very important when it comes to foreign literature is the knowledge about the context of translation. Most students will read foreign literature translated in their first language. When they learn the conditions and surroundings of translation, they will understand and appreciate the work more deeply and meaningfully. [ChunMang(春望)] also has its context of translation in the history of Korean literature. It was translated during the Joseon Dynasty as a national project, and in 1920's by the poet, Kim SoWoel. If students know the context of the translation, they will feel more familiar with the work and learn more about it.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/24025
ISSN
1229-9200
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