米国におけるクローズド・キャプション研究の成果と日本の英語教育 [in Japanese] A Review of Closed Captions Research in the United States : What implications does it have for the EFL classroom in Japan? [in Japanese]
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This paper is intended to report on the results of research studies on closed-captioned television or video materials conducted during the past 15 years in the United States where this technology was originally developed, and suggests what implications this may have for the EFL classroom in Japan. The findings appear to confirm the view that captioned video materials are a powerful motivating tool and can be successfully used in Japan not only for improving students' listening comprehension, but also for reading and vocabulary development. Suggestions for further research are also included.
- Teaching English through movies : ATEM journal
Teaching English through movies : ATEM journal 3(0), 3-14, 1997
The Association for Teaching English through Movies