紀要論文 歌を使った日本語文法教育(10) ―「疑問詞の歌」について―

溝口, 博幸

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The phrase "5W1H" (When, Where, Who, What, Why, How) is often used to explain composing interrogative sentences in English teaching. In addition to these six words, "Whose", "Whom", "Which", "How much", and "How many" are also used. Even in Japanese education, we borrowed and use the phrase "5W1H" when question sentences are taught. The six words of "5W1H" in Japanese are "itu", "doko", "dare", "nani/nan", "naze/dousite", "donoyouni", and others are "dareno", "dareni", "dore/dochira", "ikura","dorekurai", etc. As an effect of music use, Kobayashi (2016) and Shinohara (2016) said that “the balance between sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves improves and autonomic nerves are set up by listening to music". It also works very well in education as one of the learning strategies that Oxford (1990) mentions. In this article, the constitution of the "Question Word Song" that was created to enable learners to learn basic interrogative words and "interrogative words+ka" such as "itu-ka (sometime)", "doko-ka (somewhere)", and "dare-ka (someone)" are explained.
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