Publication Date

1976

Abstract

This paper aims at offering some information on the background of Japanese students to native teachers of English. Japanese students have a unique background in English education, which it is advisable for teachers of English to know about if they are to be as effective as possible when teaching them.

CHAPTER I touches on why the Japanese learn English, and CHAPTER II examines the kind of English education that is taught at Japanese high schools. CHAPTER II covers linguistic differences between Japanese and English, and CHAPTER IV deals with the psychology of Japanese students.

Disciplines

Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education | First and Second Language Acquisition | Phonetics and Phonology | Teacher Education and Professional Development