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Summary: This paper addresses the issue of enhancing what Palmer (1979) has termed integrated control (1) in English, which has been missing from the linguistic competence of the majority of Japanese students ( Kakita, 1984). The first part of this paper deals with some of the difficulties that impede students from the desired goal of integrated control in English. These difficulties include the matter of speech rate, levels of student language knowledge, and issues of background information regarding the teaching material. In addition, the lack of integrated control in English among Japanese students is discussed, with reference made to statistical data. The second part introduces the basic philosophy of the teaching materials and teaching procedures in the listening Course at Tottori University. Material preparation relates to the importance of written scripts in aiding student's comprehension in listening. the organization of each class is based on the theory put forward by Oka (1996), which is a modification of Krashen's Input Hypothesis.
Publisher
鳥取大学教育学部
Content Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
ISSN
02878003
NCID
AN00174596
Journal Title
鳥取大学教育学部研究報告. 人文社会科学
Current Journal Title
The journal of the Faculty of Education Tottori University. Cultural and social science
Volume
49
Issue
1
Start Page
103
End Page
112
Published Date
1998-06
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注があるものを除き、この著作物は日本国著作権法により保護されています。 / This work is protected under Japanese Copyright Law unless otherwise noted.
Citation
鳥取大学教育学部研究報告. 人文社会科学 1998, 49(1), 103-112.
Department
Faculty of Regional Sciences/Graduate School of Regional Sciences
Language
English