非漢字圏学習者が文章読解の際に必要とする情報の分析 The Analysis of the words which Non-Kanji-Learners require in Reading Japanese
In the research of the reading process of Japanese language learners, we recognized the action which Non-Kanji learners (students who live in an environment where Kanji is not utilized) used the function to refer an electric dictionary extensively when they read Japanese sentences (See 1, 2). In this research, we planned an experiment to understand what kinds of word information do Non-Kanji Japanese language learners need in reading Japanese. The experiment consisted of analyzing words which learners accessed when they read Japanese sentences. The result showed that Non-Kanji Japanese language learners had a tendency toward requiring information "Na"-adjectives, "Sahen"-nouns, and complex verbs.