Presentation 2014-06-21
Tablet-based English Listening practice with longer listening materials
Yasushi TSUBOTA, Masatake DANTSUJI,
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Abstract(in English) When teachers introduce listening and speaking activities in school education, they are no choice but use relatively short materials due to short class-time length. But the ordinary length of lectures or talk shows is more than 20 to 30 minutes.It implies that in real world, people are required to have the ablitiy to listen to longer English materials. In this paper, we examine the speech items which Japanese students are hard to acquire, and countermeasures such as shadowing, repeating, rapid reading where the text of contents are shown word by word, slash-listening. We have conducted an experiment that four subjects did a suggested listening activity. We have confirmed the effect of this activity with the interview and the recording of the subjects.
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Keyword(in English) English listening / Tablet / shadowing / repeating / slash listening / rapid reading
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Conference Date 2014/6/14(1days)
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Title (in English) Tablet-based English Listening practice with longer listening materials
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Keyword(1) English listening
Keyword(2) Tablet
Keyword(3) shadowing
Keyword(4) repeating
Keyword(5) slash listening
Keyword(6) rapid reading
1st Author's Name Yasushi TSUBOTA
1st Author's Affiliation ACCMS, Kyoto University()
2nd Author's Name Masatake DANTSUJI
2nd Author's Affiliation ACCMS:Graduate School of human and environmental studies, Kyoto University
Date 2014-06-21
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Volume (vol) vol.114
Number (no) 100
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 6
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