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Verification of Japanese language classes that foster logical thinking skills
In this study, based on the hypothesis that it is effective to develop logical thinking ability in the Japanese language department, we will examine the reading comprehension and instruction of "strategy" at low, middle and high levels. By conducting lessons based on these hypotheses, the types of logical thinking and the characteristics of developmental stages were clarified. One is logical thinking as a process of interpreting the logic contained in the content of the story. The other is the logic of linguistic expression, or logical thinking as a process of interpreting the narrator or author of a story.
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