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Research on Gratitude Teaching Implementation in Pre-school
preschool/kindergarten, gratitude, gratitude teaching
|Issue Date: ||2011-12-01 11:25:42 (UTC+8)|
The research is to probe into the influence of how ”Gratitude Teaching Activity” elevates children’s active gratitude behavior. Research targets are 44 children ranging from five to six years old, studying at the affiliated preschool class in an elementary school in Kaohsiung City, divided into EG(experimental group) as well as CG(control group). EG has taken the 4-week course of gratitude teaching activities, lasting forty minutes, whereas the CG has not. This research aims to evaluate the reliability and validity of gratitude behavior scale, applying it as an information collecting method. Adopting the approach of standard deviation and average, this research describes the statistic analysis of current children gratitude activity; One-Way ANCOVA is employed to examine the effect, and qualitative research analysis is also applied on individual visiting of five parents after the gratitude teaching activity.
The research comes to reveal the fact that children in EG in terms of the average scale of gratitude behavior after the gratitude activity are far more distinguished that those without it. In consequence, this proves that the gratitude teaching activity applied on children’s gratitude behavior has been elevated to an outstanding extent. Along with five parents’ interview, the gratitude teaching activity further demonstrates its function in changing and influencing children’s attitude in leaning unobtrusively and imperceptibly.
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