中国語を母語とする日本語学習者の文章聴解に及ぼすメモ行為と作動記憶容量の効果

広島大学日本語教育研究 Issue 26 Page 35-40 published_at 2016-03-25
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Title ( jpn )
中国語を母語とする日本語学習者の文章聴解に及ぼすメモ行為と作動記憶容量の効果
Title ( eng )
Effects of Note Taking and Working Memory Span on Listening Comprehension of Japanese Sentences among Chinese Students Learning Japanese
Creator
Xu Chang
Source Title
広島大学日本語教育研究
Bulletin of the Department of Teaching Japanese as a Second Language, Hiroshima University
Issue 26
Start Page 35
End Page 40
Journal Identifire
[PISSN] 1347-7226
[NCID] AA11531831
Abstract
We examined the effects of note taking on listening comprehension of Japanese sentences in an advanced class of Chinese students learning Japanese as a second language. We conducted an experiment to examine how working memory capacity is related to the performance of listening comprehension when note taking. We divided the participants into two groups: one group took notes during the listening comprehension; the other group did not. The main results were as follows: (1) participants with low working-memory capacity demonstrated better performance when note taking; (2) participants with high working-memory capacity showed better performance when they were not taking notes. Because the rehearsal effect occurs with visualized language information in note taking, it leaves a stronger memory trace than when not taking notes; this is particularly true for learners with low working-memory capacity. The results suggest that Chinese students learning Japanese with a high working-memory capacity can appropriately distribute their attention to processing and maintaining auditory language information by taking or not taking notes.
Keywords
中国人学習者
聴解
メモ行為
作動記憶容量
NDC
Education [ 370 ]
Language
jpn
Resource Type departmental bulletin paper
Publisher
広島大学大学院教育学研究科日本語教育学講座
Date of Issued 2016-03-25
Rights
Copyright (c) 2016 広島大学大学院教育学研究科日本語教育学講座
Publish Type Version of Record
Access Rights open access
Source Identifier
[ISSN] 1347-7226
[NCID] AA11531831