Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part. II, Arts and science education Issue 53
2005-03-28 発行

高等学校「リーディング」における読解過程に関する推論研究

A Study on Inferences of Reading Process in "Reading" Classes at High School
Hamaguchi, Osamu
Fujiwara, Yoko
Nakamura, Yoshito
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abstract
The aim of this study is to make clear the significance of inferences in high school English reading classes. The kinds of inference are mainly divided into these two. (1) bridging inferences (2) elaborative inferences. (1) are inferences with which one grasps text information correctly and reads the text consistently. (2) are inferences with which one reads a text more deeply and elaboratively. One does not necessarily use elaborative inferences. In many English classes, teachers tend to focus only on bridging inferences. Therefore, the effect of using elaborative inferences is examined in this study.
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推論
動機付け
プレリーディング活動
inferences
motivation
pre-reading activities
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