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言語
英語
属性
論文
著者
Carlton Michael Wade 英語コミュニケーション研究室
内容記述(抄録等)
Over the last couple of years, many English teachers and some part of the general public have been excited by news that the Mlinistry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture (hereafter referred to as Monbusho) will introduce English education in elementary schools in the future. English teachers who would like for students to have more practice in listening and speaking skills before facing the examination English generally taught in junior high schools and especially senior high schools were particularly enthusiastic about the initial reports. At this stage, the extent of English education that will be included in the new curriculum is still unclear. Exactly how much effect the changes will have on the listening and speaking abilities of incoming junior high school students in the future is obviously also unknown.
In this article, I will examine the state of English education in Japanese elementary schools today. First, the present situation regarding English education in Japanese elementary schools will be discussed Next, relevant sections of reports issued by the Ministry of Education will be examined and comments will be made. Looking at these reports, released over the course of the last couple years, gives an idea of the ministry's intentions regarding the way English will be taught in the future in Japanese public schools. After that, one incredibly different elementary school in Japan which has an English immersion program option for its students will be introduced. Finally, there will be a conclusion and topics for further research will be suggested.
掲載誌名
島大言語文化 : 島根大学法文学部紀要. 言語文化学科編
6
開始ページ
(87
終了ページ
110)
ISSN
13423533
発行日
1998-12-25
NCID
AA11147571
出版者
島根大学法文学部
出版者別表記
Shimane University, Faculty of Law and Literature
資料タイプ
紀要論文
ファイル形式
PDF
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出版社版
部局
法文学部
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