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Effects of Films in German Lessons
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NDC
Education
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In Japan, the introduction of films into German lessons is not often discussed, because the students usually do not have enough language skills to understand the film without subtitles. However, students can learn a lot from watching subtitled films. For this purpose, it is necessary to consider which films to show, how to show the films, and which accompanying tasks to use.

At Hiroshima University, we are offering a German course for second-year students. In this course, students participate in a project known as the “Film-Viewing-Marathon”. The students have to watch at least one film DVD in German every month and write out film protocols, in which the title of the film in German and Japanese, the protagonists, the plot of the film, etc., are recorded.

A survey was conducted with the intention of gaining insights into the learning effects of films. A questionnaire was administered to 15 students, who participated in the Film-Viewing-Marathon in 2016. The results of this survey show that watching films gives students a valuable opportunity to gain knowledge about topics such as German history, politics, and daily life, and that it motivates them to learn.
journal title
Hiroshima Studies in Language and Language Education
issue
Issue 20
start page
307
end page
319
date of issued
2017-03-01
publisher
広島大学外国語教育研究センター
issn
1347-0892
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language
jpn
nii type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
HU type
Departmental Bulletin Papers
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application/pdf
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Copyright (c) 2017 広島大学外国語教育研究センター
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Institute for Foreign Language Research and Education
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