Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part. II, Arts and science education Issue 56
2007-12-28 発行

日本語文の聴解における予測の可能性 : 中級の日本語学習者を対象とした準SPOT課題による検討

Predictions in Listening Comprehension of Japanese Sentences:Using Quasi-SPOT to Intermediate-level Japanese Learners
Fukuda, Michiko
Furumoto, Yumi
Inami, Makoto
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abstract
This study aimed to examine how intermediate-level learners of Japanese predict the content of the following sentences when they listen to sentences in Japanese, by using a test that is quite similar to SPOT. The results were as follows: (1) the size of the recognition load had no influence on the test score. (2) They probably predict the content of the following sentences incrementally based on a small unit, such as _bunsetsu_ (that approximately corresponds to a word plus bound morphemes), so that they can minimize the recognition load. (3) It was also confirmed, as has been done in the literature, that the intermediate-level learners of Japanese can make great use of predictions when they listen to the sentences.
subject
Japanese language learners
real time processing
prediction
SPOT
日本語学習者
即時的処理
予測
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