Departmental Bulletin Paper 非漢字系日本語学習者の漢字学習における阻害要因とその対処法 : 体系的な漢字学習の支援を目指して
Inhibition Factors in Kanji Study and Their Elimination for Learners of Japanese from a Non-Kanji Background: Supporting Systematic Kanji Study

ヴォロビヨワ, ガリーナ  ,  ヴォロビヨフ, ヴィクトル  ,  Galina, VOROBEVA  ,  Victor, VOROBEV

(12)  , pp.163 - 179 , 2017-01 , 国立国語研究所
ISSN:2186-134x print2186-1358 online
Learners of Japanese from a non-kanji background encounter inhibition factors that cause difficulty in kanji study; such factors require solutions to facilitate the study of kanji. This paper discusses the following inhibition factors that arise from the inherent characteristics of kanji: the large number of kanji to be studied, the complexity of kanji form, and the large number of kanji constituent elements. This paper defines a graded concept of kanji learning proficiency, and proposes a graded method to help learners overcome these inhibition factors. This paper applies a pattern recognition theory to the kanji forms, enabling learners to identify the characteristics of kanji by recognizing their constituent elements. In addition, this paper proposes the concept of "World View," a network of kanji meanings that allows flexibility for learners or teachers to choose the number and order of kanji to study. Finally, this paper discusses evaluation methods of kanji study proficiency, using the JF Standard for Japanese-Language Education as a foundation.

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