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Research on Reflection-Action Philosophy-Based Development of Minority Children in Early Reading Ability —Practical Research Based on a Nu Ethnic Population Village

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ABSTRACT

Based on the individual case of a Nu Ethnicity Village in Yunnan Province of China, this paper used the philosophy and methods of Reflection-Action to unfold a practical research meant to promote the development of early reading ability of Nu Ethnicity’s children. This paper consists of three major sections: the first section is about the researchers gaining knowledge about the level of Nu Ethnicity’s children’s early reading ability through questionnaire survey; in the second section, using the philosophy of Reflection-Action, the researchers unfolded a two-year-long practice of promoting the early reading ability of the Nu Ethnicity’s children in Laomudeng Village; finally, based on the practical research, this paper concluded some experience that is worth spreading and taking reference from.

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Sun, Y. and Li, S. (2014) Research on Reflection-Action Philosophy-Based Development of Minority Children in Early Reading Ability —Practical Research Based on a Nu Ethnic Population Village. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 2, 4-12. doi: 10.4236/jss.2014.212002.

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