Departmental Bulletin Paper 初めて手縫いを学ぶ小学生に向けた指導方法の考察 : 大学生の知識・技能の実態分析から
ハジメテ テヌイ オ マナブ ショウガクセイ ニ ムケタ シドウ ホウホウ ノ コウサツ : ダイガクセイ ノ チシキ ギノウ ノ ジッタイ ブンセキ カラ
A study on teaching methods for elementary school students learning hand sewing for the first time : Based on the analysis of hand sewing knowledge and skill of university students

宇野, 妙恵  ,  雙田, 珠己  ,  ウノ, タエ  ,  ソウダ, タマミ  ,  Uno, Tae  ,  Soda, Tamami

66pp.347 - 354 , 2017-12-19 , 熊本大学
The purpose of this research was to clarify the level of university students' hand sewing skills and knowledge, andto examine the retention of the learning up to the high school. Moreover, teaching contents necessary for elementaryschool students to acquire hand sewing skills are also considered. This research was composed of a questionnaireon hand sewing knowledge, a questionnaire on the memory of courses and confidence in skills, a practical examination to evaluate hand sewing skills and a survey of the actual state of basic skills such as how to handle a needle andcloth. The research was conducted on 417 university students. 209 men and 208women, the survey being conductedin June and December 2015. and in June and November 2016. The following results were obtained: 1) There weremany items regarding which the students only half understood regarding hand sewing knowledge. The problem in thequestionnaires was a low response rate and a low percentage of correct answers. 2) The evaluations for hand sewingskills were significantly higher for women than for men with ball knots, ball beads, plain stitch, half backstitch, andback stitches. Around 10 percent of all students could not sew a half backstitch, a backstitch or a hem stitch. 3) Abouthalf the students could not sew a straight stitch. Moreover, about half the students could not hold cloth suitably toperform a plain stitch. It was found that students who could hold cloth correctly were able to perform a straight stitch.4) Furthermore, basic skills such as how to handle a needle and cloth were found to be related to the skill evaluations.

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