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Title :オーダーメイドの英語学習指導法の構築を目指して -応用言語学からのアプローチ-
Title alternative :Towards Tailored Teaching in Foreign Language Instruction : Approaches from Applied Linguistics Viewpoints
Authors :東矢, 光代
Authors alternative :Toya, Mitsuyo
Issue Date :Oct-2003
Abstract :Teaching methodologies in English as a Second Language (ESL) have long sought "the best method," though the results never seem to be conclusive. In English classrooms in Japan, teachers use the socalled "eclectic method" as a result. It is still true that methodological trends basically shift according to the most popular theories at the time of teaching. For example, English education in Japan recently has undertaken a major reform, introducing the teaching of English in public elementary schools and further encouraging teachers to use mainly English in classrooms. In this paper, I argue that teachers, school administrators, and policy makers must not underestimate the magnitude of changes in their language-teaching policies and methods. That argument leads us to realize the necessity of examining empirically the effects of learning activities such as "reading-aloud," "rapid-material listening," "shadowing," and "dictation," among others. At the end of the paper, I listed several keywords with which teachers can use to access resources from different learning/teaching perspectives, which would be useful for teachers when analyzing the learner and the environment.
Type Local :紀要論文
ISSN :0919-4215
Publisher :琉球大学法文学部国際言語文化学科欧米系
URI :http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12000/2691
Citation :言語文化研究紀要 : Scripsimus no.12 p.23 -44
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