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The effect of shadowing training for Mongolian and Chinese learners of Japanese

  • ARONA
    Graduate school of Intercultural Studies, Kobe University
  • HAYASHI Ryoko
    Graduate school of Intercultural Studies, Kobe University

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  • シャドーイング練習による日本語発音の変化 : モンゴル語・中国語母語話者を対象に
  • シャドーイング レンシュウ ニ ヨル ニホンゴ ハツオン ノ ヘンカ モンゴルゴ チュウゴクゴ ボゴワシャ オ タイショウ ニ

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Abstract

In this study, the effect of shadowing and reading/repeating training on learners of Japanese was examined. The purpose of the present study was to clarify, (1) phonetic characteristics of learners' pronunciation during/after shadowing and repeating, (2) if the effect of shadowing training is different depending on the learners' mother tongue, and (3) what kind of phonetic characteristic are effectively improved by shadowing training. The results of experiments with Mongolian and Chinese learners of Japanese showed: a) both shadowing and reading/repeating training helped increase speech rate, b) accuracy rate of accent pattern rose during shadowing training differently in Mongolian and Chinese groups and c) the effect of shadowing training is more effective for acquiring prosodic features.

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  • IEICE technical report

    IEICE technical report 109 (451), 19-24, 2010-02-25

    The Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers

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