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標題: The Impact of Storytelling on Promoting Children''s Reading Interest:The Case of Aceh Province Public Library
作者: 賈雅婷
關鍵字: 閱讀計畫;說故事;公共圖書館;小學生;Reading program;Storytelling;Public Libraries;Elementary School Children
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Available from:
• 圖書館使用情形(例如到館次數)
• 閱讀量(例如圖書借閱量)
• 閱讀表現及興趣(例如閱讀頻率)
• 閱讀認知(例如辨識印刷品之特徵)
• 敘事技巧(例如描述閱讀內容的能力)
• 語文素養(例如詞彙數量)


The issue of low level of child motivation to read in Aceh Province combined with a lack of professional staffing within Aceh Province Public Library Service is the key factor to take into account when developing a new reading promotion program for elementary school children in the region. The aims of this study are to learn the limits of reading promotion programs provided by Aceh Province Public Library, design a new approach, namely Storytelling workshop, and observe the reading behavior of participants after attending the workshops. The research employs an action research approach - a combination of questionnaires, interviews, and observation used for data collection.
Six indicators are used in this study to measure the changes of reading behavioral intention after attending storytelling workshop:
• Library use (increasing the number of using library)
• Amount of reading (increasing the number of book borrowing in library)
• Reading performance and print motivation (thinking that books and reading are fun)
• Print awareness (noticing print, recognize that print has meaning)
• Narrative skills (the ability to describe things and events and tell stories)
• Vocabulary (knowing the names of things and understanding feelings and concepts)

The results show that choosing a topic related to the daily life and including the participants in topic selection process are techniques that could draw children's attention. Based on data gathered during the research process, there are positive outcomes by adopting storytelling techniques in reading promotion program. The results of six indicators present favorable outputs, including the numbers of library use, books borrowed are increased, the participants think reading is fun, not only could recognize different parts of printed materials, the participants also acquire enhanced narrative skills and have the ability to tell stories. They also learn more vocabulary relate to the stories.
Overall, the researcher could observe positive impact of storytelling on increasing children reading interest and promote reading.
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