Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part. II, Arts and science education
Issue 63
Date of Issue:2014-12-19
current number
ISSN : 1346-5554
Publisher : Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University
Geoscience Teaching Using Local Geological Materials (6) : Utilization of Drilling Data Possessed by Schools as a Teaching Material in Combination with both Topographic Maps and Paper Models
PP. 1 - 8
Geoscience Teaching Using Local Geological Materials (7) : Slump Structures in the Cretaceous Takada Rhyolites Distributed in Oshiba Jima Island, Higashi-hiroshima, SW Japan
PP. 9 - 14
A Research Study on the Critical Thinking of Junior High School Students in Science
Kinoshita Hiroyoshi Yamanaka Shingo
PP. 15 - 21
Development of Learning Materials for Weather by Observing Cloud Using Timelapse Video
PP. 23 - 28
Mathematical Modelling by Using Computer(Ⅲ) : Using Laplace equation
PP. 29 - 37
A Study on the Reform of the Elementary Social Studies School-based Curriculum in Modern China : A case study on the“ School-based textbook” of the primary school attached to Northeast Normal University
Wan Biao
PP. 39 - 48
The Improvement of the Curriculum Analysis Ability and its Effect Attainted by the Pre-Servise Teachers : A Case Study on the Students Who Take the Class of “Curriculum Design of Geography and History Education”
PP. 49 - 58
A Study of Communication Type in Social Studies Class Based on the Transformation of Children's Thinking : Through the Interpretation of Elementary Social Studies Class in Korea
Kim Bo-Mi
PP. 59 - 68
A Study on the School Teacher’s Growth of Elementary Social Studies Teaching : A case study of Mr.Wataru Okada
Nakajima Tsunehiko
PP. 69 - 78
Strategy of Philosophy Education to Develop Thinking Children : An Analysis of Curriculum for Early Elementally School in the Program “Philosophy for Children”
Fukui Suguru
PP. 79 - 88
A Study on the Language Arts Course of Study (1947) : Based on the analysis of Conference Reports
PP. 89 - 97
A Sign of Thematic Unit Theory in Japanese Language Education : In the case of Takashi Hasegawa
Ikeda Masafumi
PP. 99 - 108
The Consideration about the Development of Instructional Material on the Education of Discussion : Focus on the transcript for use on post-discussion
Ueyama Nobuyuki
PP. 109 - 118
Expanding of Comprehension Strategies on Reading Expository Texts : With a focus on narrative explanation
Koga Yoichi
PP. 119 - 128
Discussion of Teaching Methods to Bring up Ability by Connecting Things Which are Similar : Use the three year curriculum to cultivate self reliance
Saito Takahiko
PP. 129 - 138
About the Relationship between the Act of “Reading” and “Self” : Clue to the reading that focuses on the narrator
Takeda Yuji
PP. 139 - 146
A Study on Formation of a Kanbun Textbook during the Meiji Era : Through analysis of “SENTEI TYUGAKUKANBUN”
Nishioka Satoshi
PP. 147 - 154
Study on the Related Teaching of "Narrative Creation" and "Narrative Reading" : Making use of "the method of narrative" as a common element
PP. 155 - 164
Foreign Languages Activities from the Viewpoint of Second Language Acquisition : In the case of Hibizaki elementary school
PP. 165 - 174
Changes in Learners’ English Listening Anxiety with Use of Difficult Materials
Yamauchi Yuka
PP. 175 - 182
Acquisition of Speech Acts by Second Language Learners : Suggestion for future research on Japanese language education
PP. 183 - 190
The Influence of Japanese Language on the Phonological Processing of Chinese Words in Chinese Students Learning Japanese as a Second Language : Operating the Orthographical and Phonological Similarities of Kanji-Words
Matsumi Norio Fei Xiaodong Cai Fengxiang
PP. 191 - 198
The Effect of Mental Lexicon When Proficient Chinese Learners of Japanese Process Kanji-Words : Using an auditory cross-lingual priming method
PP. 199 - 207
Use of Accent Information in Word Recognition by L2 Leaners of Japanese : Focusing on the learners who speak Seoul Korean as their native language
Yin Shuai
PP. 209 - 217
Email Speech Style of Japanese Learners : The Differential Use of "Masen" and "Naidesu"
Okazaki Wataru Inayoshi Mako Su Zhenjun Taniguchi Miho Nagata Riyouta
PP. 219 - 224
Effects of Prosody Shadowing of Japanese Sentences on Improvement of Production of Special Japanese Phonemes in Chinese Students Learning Japanese as a Second Language : From the View-Point of View of the Phonological Short-Term Memory Capacity and Trials Numbers of Shadowing
Guo Yu-xin
PP. 225 - 233
The Psychological Influence of Japanese Learners’ Beliefs in the Shadowing Training : Based on a longitudinal study about intermediate Japanese learners
Han Xiao
PP. 235 - 242
Factors Affecting the Choice of Word Order in Kaqchikel : Evidence from discourse saliency
Kubo Takuya
PP. 243 - 251
Factors Influencing Shadowing Performance of Japanese for Advanced Chinese Japanese Learners : From the perspective of working memory capacity and repetition trials
Xu Fangfang Matsumi Norio
PP. 253 - 260
Semantics of Sentence Adverb Mochiron
Chen Joting
PP. 269 - 277
Processing of Japanese Kanji-Words by Korean Learners of Japanese (2) : Effects of shape and phonological similarities in a lexical decision task of 2-kanji words
Matsushima Hiroe
PP. 279 - 287
The Spacing Effect on the Task of Memorizing Japanese Sentences in Chinese Students Learning Japanese as a Second Language : Experimental study on full processing hypothesis
PP. 289 - 295
The Investigation and Collection of Exported Robes and Development of Teaching Materials for Senior High School Clothing Learning
PP. 297 - 306
For the Purpose of Creating Model of the Program in Home Economics Teacher Training : Considering the bridges between academic subjects and their subject specialty in Hiroshima university
PP. 307 - 316
The Change of Locations and Social Contacts in Daily Activities Reflected in the Use of Time for 40 Years
PP. 317 - 325
The Samurai Image in Gunki Monogatari : Heike monogatari and Taiheiki
Yu Jun
PP. 336 - 328
Fanqie (反切) and Doon Jichu (同音字注) of "Chun Qiu Jing Zhuan Ji Jie (春秋經傳集解)" Written by Kiyohara Nobukata (清原宣賢)
Sakamizu Takashi
PP. 346 - 337
Why Did 東禅寺版 (the South Song Dynasty Edition of the Buddhist Canon) Have a Paper Which There Are Five Pages?
PP. 356 - 348