Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS)の日本語教育への応用を考える [in Japanese] A case study to examine the possibility for the application of VTS in Japanese education [in Japanese]
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Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) were developed by Abigail Housen and Phillip Yanawine. VTS is a new concept in the art education field, and it is considered to be an effective tool not only to develop students' artistic ability but also cultivate their critical thinking ability and communication skills. At the VTS session, a facilitator asks students one question, "What's going on in this picture?" The facilitator paraphrases their statements and helps them continue the discussion. This paper discusses the possibility for the application of VTS in Japanese education and a case study to examine it.
- The journal of Japanese Language Education Methods
The journal of Japanese Language Education Methods 19(1), 2-3, 2012
Japanese Language Education Methods