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Modern Japanese Art in the EFL Classroom EFL • 授業の中での現代日本芸術

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498
Writer(s): 
Gwyn Helverson, Ritsumeikan University

 

Illustrations in EFL textbooks are already used as visual stimuli in controlled practice exercises for grammar or functional language points. Contemporary art, however, often has more impact on students because of its drama and intent. Given its intellectual and symbolic meanings, art also lends itself to content-based discussions with higher level students. This paper provides practical material for conversational lessons utilizing Japanese art that can be adapted to student levels ranging from false beginner to advanced. Lesson topics include future tense, comparisons, language-learning strategies, giving advice, and discussing cultural stereotypes.
 
サッカーをしている鎧姿の侍、江戸時代の東京に浮かぶ宇宙船、サーフしている骸骨など、これらの当惑させられる表現描写は、英語の授業に関心のない学生にも、強い衝撃を与えるに違いない。強烈なインパクトにより、見る者を引きつけ、その世界へと引き込む。この論文の目的は、芸術とEFLを融合させた実践的なレッスンプランを説明し、どう授業に応用するかを示す。比較級、外国語習得術、会話の中での助言や提案の方法、固定概念の文化的差異、未来形などの応用例を含む。
 
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