Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part. II, Arts and science education Issue 59
2010-12-24 発行

日本語文の視覚呈示がシャドーイングの遂行成績に及ぼす影響

The influences of visually presented sentence on the shadowing of Japanese
Iwashita, Masumi
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abstract
The present study investigates the effects of the introduction of visual text in the shadowing of Japanese. The study involved one group of native speakers of Japanese (experiment 1) and a second group of advanced learners of Japanese whose native language was Chinese (experiment 2). Both groups were asked to perform two types of shadowing tasks: one with a text (parallel reading) and one without (shadowing). Performance was measured for the degree of comprehension, oral response time and oral accuracy. The main results were as follows: (1) In parallel reading, the comprehension level of both the native speakers and advanced learners was as high as for shadowing; (2) The Japanese learners required a longer response time in parallel reading than in shadowing; and (3) For the Japanese learners, parallel reading was performed with greater accuracy than shadowing.
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shadowing
parallel reading
native Japanese speakers
L2 learners of Japanese
シャドーイング
パラレル・リーディング
日本語母語話者
日本語学習者
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