Japanese-Language Education around the Globe - Vol.16

Vol.16 (issued on August, 2006)

The academic papers section


Personality Traits of a Japanese Language Teacher Training Course Students and their Influential Factors: Individual Experience, Self-Evaluation, and Professional Consciousness



2. Measurement of Reading Comprehension of Taiwanese Childrenin Japan in the Case of Chinese and Japanese Languages: A Comparative Analysis of Chinese and Japanese Native Speakers' Reading Comprehension LEE Mei-Chin
3. A Study of Japanese Compound Verbs Focusing on “tori-V2” Is the Core Schema Valid as a Pedagogical Device? MATSUDA Fumiko
4. Interactive Activities between Students in an Intermediate Japanese Writing Class: A Discussion on the Negative Factors Due to the Differences in the Language Proficiency between Students in Peer Response HARATA Michiyo
5. Trial of Communicative Language Activities Description Using Can-do-statements Questionnaire: Focus on the Examinees of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test SHIMADA Megumi
6. Potential Possibility through “Q&A” Session in a Japanese Language Oral Presentation Class KIM Hyogyung
7. What Modes of Expression Does a Person in Charge Use to Forbid Somebody from Committing a Prohibited Act?: A Case Studyof the Language Used by Doctors and Curators SEI Rumi
8. A Study of the Japanese Causal Connectives dakara LIU Yi-Ling
9. A Semantic and Structural Analysis of te-no Noun Phrases in Japanese MOGI Toshinobu
MORI Atsushi

The practical / current-status reports section


Adaptation of the CEF to Japanese Language Education: An Analysis of the Japanese Language Guidelines for Upper Secondary Schools in Berlin, Germany



11. An Outline of the Secondary School Japanese Language Teacher Training Program and a Report of Its Follow-up Survey: The Current Situation of Japanese Language Course Offerings in Thai Upper Secondary Education NOHATA Rika
Wipa Nagmchantakorn

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