Digital resources for learning Japanese

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Digital resources for learning Japanese

a cura di Motoko Ueyama, Irena Srdanović


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PDF 2,41 Mb 240 Italiano 2018 - Stampa permessa, copia non permessa
LIBRO 14,5x21 240 Italiano 2018
978-88-6923-297-8

 

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SOMMARIO
Introduction
Motoko Ueyama, Irena Srdanović

 

Development of resources for pronunciation learning

1. Development of OJAD and its effectiveness to improve the naturalness of learners’ spoken Japanese
Nobuaki Minematsu, Hiroko Hirano, Noriko Nakamura

 

2. Automatic evaluation of accentuation of Japanese read speech
Hiroaki Hatano, Carlos Toshinori Ishi, Cheng Chao Song, Makiko Matsuda

 

Development of resources for teaching orthography and lexicon

3. Teaching kana to Croatian students through native language mnemonics and spaced repetition
Sara Librenjak
4. Development of a L2 Japanese lexical syllabus for students majoring in science and engineering
Makiko Matsuda, Yuka Ishikawa

 

Development and research application of corpora and language tools

5. Digital resources for Italian learners of Japanese
Patrizia Zotti
6. Collocations, digital resources and possibilities for Japanese language learners and teachers
Irena Srdanović
7. A study on interlanguage of L2 Japanese based on learners’ corpora: Japanese verbs in I-JAS
Kumiko Sakoda

Applications of resources in interactive and distant learning
8. A video annotation system for learners to observe educational activities

Masaya Yamaguchi

9. Online language exchanges: How can Skype support Japanese language learners?
Tiziana Carpi
10. Virtual study-abroad experience: JaJan, an application for the next generation

Takako Aikawa

 

The world is growing faster and closer, leading to increasing demands in linguistic and cultural mediation among speakers of various languages. Japanese is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world, currently studied by approximately 3.4 million learners in 137 countries. Under the above circumstances, how can research make contributions to Japanese language education? One natural direction is to provide broadly and easily accessible digital resources for learning Japanese. The current volume presents ten frontiers of the use or development of resources for learning Japanese in the digital age, thanks to a collaborative effort across diverse disciplines, such as Japanese language education, theoretical linguistics, applied linguistics, corpus linguistics, acoustic phonetics, speech engineering. The volume is intended for a broad audience including researchers in the fields above as well as lexicographers, translators, Japanese language practitioners and learners of Japanese.

Motoko Ueyama received her Ph.D. in applied linguistics at the University of California, Los Angeles. She has been working in the Department of Interpreting and Translation of the University of Bologna since 2002, where she is currently Associate Professor. Her research focuses mainly on L2 speech learning, in particular its prosodic aspects, and the use of digital resources to teach Japanese.

Irena Srdanović received her Ph.D. at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, and she is currently Associate Professor and Head of the Department of Asian studies at the Juraj Dobrila University of Pula. Her main research interests are corpus linguistics, Japanese language education and pragmatics. She has been also active in developing Japanese digital resources including corpora and corpus tools.

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