Departmental Bulletin Paper Three Methods of Teaching Post-Modification Forms

Kochi, Norihiko

2pp.27 - 32 , 2015-07-02 , 駒場言葉研究会
ISSN:2188-5877
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This article attempts to explain and discuss how post-modification items are taught in three different methods: Graded Direct Method, Oral Method, and Oral Approach. Specifically, it focuses on three forms of post-modification that are supposed to be taught in Japanese junior high school: participial phrases (e.g. “the boy playing the guitar,” “the house built in 1985”); contact clauses (e.g. “the book I bought yesterday”); and relative clauses (e.g. “the man who saved the albatrosses”). Special focus is given to the order of introduction of the post-modification forms in these approaches.
文部科学省検定中学校英語教科書には、指導すべき5 つの後置修飾の形が登場する。本稿ではそのうち3 つ、すなわち、分詞句(例:the boy playing the guitar, the house built in1985)、接触節(例:the book I bought yesterday)、関係節(例:the man who saved thealbatrosses)による後置修飾が、代表的な3 つの教授法(Graded Direct Method, Oral Method,Oral Approach)でどのように指導されることが想定されているか議論し考察する。特に、各指導法における後置修飾の指導順序に焦点をあてる。
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