What Learners Think about in a Pronunciation Test:
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- Interviews after a Lesson Using Body Movements
This study aimed to clarify what learners think about during a pronunciation test, which comprised reading of words, sentences, and a picture story. The study was conducted to ascertain the learners' ability after a special morae lesson using body movements, and employed interviews to ask the learners about their thoughts while they were completing the test. The interview results found the influence of the use of direction only in the test involving reading of words and sentences. Furthermore, the results highlighted the necessity to bridge the gap between reading of words, sentences and doing a picture story.
- The journal of Japanese Language Education Methods
The journal of Japanese Language Education Methods 24 (1), 32-33, 2017
Japanese Language Education Methods