Bulletin of the Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University. Part. II, Arts and science education

ISSN : 1346-5554
Publisher : Graduate School of Education, Hiroshima University
STEM Materials Derived from the Cycloid
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Effects of Tree Species and Surface Properties on Parental Selection of Wooden Blocks
PP. 11 - 16
Development of an Educational Equipment of a Network Router for Network Construction Based on the Concept of Physical Visualizations and Physical Direct Manipulations
Yoshihara Kazuaki
PP. 17 - 24
Legal Learning through the Experience of Lawsuit in Person: The Actual Case Study of Filing a Restrictive Injunction to Cutting High Trees in Private Common Garden
PP. 25 - 34
The Transformation of Young Japanese History Teachers Through Mentoring: Reflections on Teachers’ Perspectives of their Subject as a Basis for Changing Lessons
Ishikawa Teruko
PP. 35 - 44
Professional Development Theories of Teacher Educator: Drs A. Swennen and K. Smith
Hamamoto Aiko Osaka Yu Kusahara Kazuhiro Iwata Shotaro
PP. 45 - 54
Practice Tendencies in Disaster Prevention Education
Murata Sho
PP. 55 - 62
The Logic of Listening from the Viewpoint of Speech and Discussion Learning: Focus on analysis of children’s behavior that is often seen as having “difficulty"
Akeo Kasumi
PP. 63 - 71
A Study of the Relationship between General Listening Profi ciency and Musical Background from the Perspective of Japanese EFL Learners with Various Levels of English Learning Experience
Kawashima Hirokatsu
PP. 73 - 80
Effect of Multisensory Approach on Learning Participial Construction: Learning with Blocks
Chikayama Kazuhiro
PP. 91 - 99
An Analysis of Political Discourse on the Introduction of English Language Teaching for Children in Japan: Trends from the 1970s until the second report by the Ad Hoc Council for Education
Hiramoto Satoshi
PP. 101 - 110
PP. 111 - 118
Chiaki Imada and the Restoration of Toei Animation: From the Mid-70s to the Early 80s
Ichifuji Hirotaka
PP. 119 - 128
Effects of Shadowing on Listening Comprehension of Japanese Texts in Advanced Chinese Learners of Japanese: Manipulating Working Memory Capacity
Wang Jinzhi Wang Xiaowei Ito Kayoko Qi Jie
PP. 129 - 137
Effect of Combined Shadowing and Repeating on Speaking Performances for a Class of Chinese Learners Studying Intermediate Japanese: Manipulating Working Memory Capacity
Wang Xiaowei
PP. 139 - 147
Why are Fewer Sexual Expressions Used in the Chinese Media than in the Japanese Media: Chinese Sexual Attitudes and Media Regulations
Zhou Mi
PP. 149 - 156
Processing of Kanji Words in Reading Japanese in Chinese Students Learning Japanese: From the Viewpoint of Sentence Constraints
Xu Jie
PP. 157 - 166
Function of Working Memory in Processing of Auditorily Presented Sentences by Chinese Learners of Japanese Language: An Experimental Test Manipulating the Order of Context
Xu Chang
PP. 167 - 176
The Spacing Effect in Free Recall and Oral Production of a Sequence of Japanese Sentences in Chinese Learners of Japanese
Xiao Chang Matsumi Norio
PP. 177 - 184
Classifying Evaluative Strategies in Japanese Narratives: Extraction and Classifi cation Standards
Chen Zhen
PP. 185 - 194
Conditions that “Maa” is likely to Appear: Focusing on conversations between teachers and students
Feng Wenyan
PP. 195 - 203
Assessing Second-Language Learners’ Academic Speaking Skills in Japanese: Development of Valid Assessment Criteria
Yokoyama Chisato
PP. 205 - 214
The Patterns of Invitational Discourse in Japanese by Chinese Learners: Two Situations with Different Degrees of Burden
Li Chenxin
PP. 215 - 224
Attention Distribution of Perception and Meaning Processing in Japanese Learners’ Listening Comprehension: An Empirical Study Based on the Dual-Task Approach
Li Jingyi Mao Xuanxiu Xu Chang Yanamoto Daichi
PP. 225 - 232
Construction of Spatial Mental Representation in Japanese Learners’ Listening: An Experimental Analysis using Manipulation of Verbal and Visuo-spatial Working Memory Capacities
Lin Yun Chang Xiao Xu Jie Matsumi Norio
PP. 233 - 241
Current Conditions and Issues in Quality Assurance of Preservice Teacher Education in Japan: Suggestions from a Domestic Research Trend
Iwata Shotaro Hamamoto Aiko Shiraishi Tomoya Kakazu Kengo
PP. 243 - 252
Research Methods in Physical Education Teacher Education Research in Japan: The Relationship between Research Approaches and Questions
Maeda Kazuma
PP. 253 - 260
University Students’ Morningness‒Eveningness and Their Interpersonal Relationships
PP. 261 - 270
Mongolian Traditional Music Learning Infl uences on the Formation of Ethnic Identities: Folk Songs Education at the Inner Mongolia Academy of Arts
PP. 271 - 279
Preschool Music Education in the German Democratic Republic: An Instructional Guide, Musik im Kindergarten
Inoshita Beni
PP. 281 - 288
“Knowing What” in Music Learning based on “Knowledge”
Tsuji Yusuke
PP. 289 - 298
Sueo Kanemaki’s Dance Education: Purpose and Teaching Materials for Dance Education
Toe Mai
PP. 299 - 306
A Comparative Study of the Perspectives of “Song and Drama” in the Elementary School Affi liated to Hiroshima Teachers College and of “School Drama” in Seijo Elementary School: The Origin of Song and Drama and School Drama Education
Masuda Maiko
PP. 307 - 316
PP. 317 - 324
Lesson Study Consulting for the Professional Development of Textbook Developers: A case of social studies textbook development project for the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport in Cambodia
Moriya Fujihiko Osaka Yu Kuwayama Hisashi Sako Yuka Sasaki Takashi Maruyama Hiroaki
PP. 325 - 332
The Original Text of the Buddhist Canon from Kitanokyōōdō Hall(北野経王堂一切経)(1): About the main original text
PP. 342 - 334