Journal of English Teaching through Movies and Media 2005;6(2):101-126.
Published online December 30, 2005.
A comparative analysis of children's English e-learning programs in Korea, China, and Japan
Hye Jin Cho, Jun Eon Park
한ㆍ중ㆍ일 3국의 e-learning 조기영어교육 프로그램 비교 분석
조혜진, 박준언
Abstract
This research attempted to make suggestions on the better production of online children's English learning programs in Asian countries based on the comparative analysis of representative e-learning programs in Korea, China, and Japan. For this study, an e-learning program evaluation checklist was developed after reviewing the existing domestic and foreign educational e-learning program evaluation checklists. Using this checklist, five representative e-learning programs for children in each country were analyzed. The comparative analysis of the e-learning programs in three countries revealed that Korean e-learning programs surpassed those of China and Japan in overall evaluations. The evaluations of the programs by categories showed distinct characteristics of online English learning programs of each country. On the basis of the analysis, suggestions for better e-learning children's English programs in East Asian countries were proposed.
Key Words: e-learning;evaluation


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