图书馆杂志

图书馆杂志 ›› 2020, Vol. 39 ›› Issue (11): 13-22.

• 理论探索 • 上一篇    下一篇

青少年课外自主阅读分级标准对照测评研究

申艺苑 袁曦临   

  • 出版日期:2020-11-25 发布日期:2020-11-25
  • 作者简介:申艺苑 女,东南大学图书馆,馆员。研究方向:阅 读研究、学科服务研究。作者贡献:论文撰写与修 改。E-mail:syy@seu.edu.cn 江苏南京 210096 袁曦临 女,东南大学图书馆;东南大学经济管理学 院,研究馆员,硕士生导师。研究方向:阅读研究、 信息素养研究、学术资源评价。作者贡献:提出研究 思路、修改意见及定稿。 江苏南京 210096

A Comparative Study on the Grading Standards of Adolescents’ Extracurricular Independent Reading

Shen Yiyuan, Yuan Xilin   

  • Online:2020-11-25 Published:2020-11-25

摘要: ? 自主阅读是指读者按照自己的兴趣自由独立地阅读。自主阅读能够促进青少年自主发展 能力的形成。囿于目前我国的教育国情和网络环境,青少年自主阅读不尽如人意。本文选择《语 文课程标准》课外推荐阅读书目中的外国文学译著,按照A-Z分级法、阅读发展评价体系(DRA) 和蓝思阅读框架(Lexile)三种国外分级标准对其英文原著分别进行阅读分级测评,结果表明既 有语文课标推荐书目是粗放型的,缺乏明确的阅读分级,也缺乏相应的阅读指导建议。因此,提 出促进青少年自主阅读的重要措施之一是应逐步建立中文阅读分级标准,促成学校、图书馆和出 版社开展广泛协作,使阅读分级研究真正落地,从而真正帮助青少年读者养成自主阅读的习惯。 

关键词: 青少年 自主阅读 分级标准 对照测评 ,

Abstract: Independent reading refers to the free and independent reading of readers according to their own interests. Independent reading can promote the formation of adolescents’ self-development ability. Limited by the current situation of our country’s education and the Internet environment, teenagers’ independent reading is not satisfactory. This paper makes a study of the foreign literary translations from the recommended reading bibliography of Chinese Curriculum Criteria. According to the three foreign classification criteria of A-Z grading, DRA and Lexile, it evaluates the English original works by grading. The results show that the recommended bibliography of the existing Chinese curriculum standard is too general. There is a lack of definite reading grading and corresponding reading guidance suggestions. Therefore, one of the important measures to promote teenagers’ independent reading is to gradually establish the Chinese reading grading standards, promote extensive collaboration among schools, libraries and publishing houses, and put the study of reading grading truly on the agenda, so as to truly help adolescent readers develop the habit of independent reading.

Key words: Adolescents, Independent reading, Grading standards, Comparative study