外国口座税務コンプライアンス法導入の6カ月延期について : FFI契約発効日の延期で影響を受ける主要項目  [in Japanese] Study on the NCEA in Secondary Education in New Zealand:From the Perspective of ESOL Programs  [in Japanese]

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本研究は、 独自の言語発達能力指標を開発した国の 1つであるニュージーランドに注目し、 2010年に実施した授業見学をもとに、 2002年から後期中等教育で導入された資格認定制度である NCEA の成果と課題に関して、 ESOL 教育の観点から考察を加えたものである。 NCEA 導入により、 中等教育学校の早い段階から将来を見据えて履修する教科を選択する必要性が出てきたとともに、 移民や留学生を含めてどの生徒にも成功する可能性を広げることができた。 一方で、 学習者が 「何ができるのか」 を形式的に評価するだけでは、 十分な理解がなくとも暗記学習のみで課題をこなすことも可能な場合があるという問題点も明らかとなった。This paper puts its focus on the ESOL programs and the National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) in secondary education in New Zealand. NCEA is a new qualification system introduced in 2002. The assessment criteria shown in this paper is derived from a classroom observation conducted in 2010. It was found that the new system could provide plenty of opportunities for every student, especially for low achievers, to get a good grade in their English learning. In conclusion, the issue of implementing can-do statements into the evaluation of students' language ability is discussed.

This paper puts its focus on the ESOL programs and the National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA) in secondary education in New Zealand. NCEA is a new qualification system introduced in 2002. The assessment criteria shown in this paper is derived from a classroom observation conducted in 2010. It was found that the new system could provide plenty of opportunities for every student, especially for low achievers, to get a good grade in their English learning. In conclusion, the issue of implementing can-do statements into the evaluation of students language ability is discussed.

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  • The journal of Kamakura Women's College

    The journal of Kamakura Women's College 64(30), 28-32, 2013-08-12

    Kamakura Women's University

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  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    110009575136
  • NII NACSIS-CAT ID (NCID)
    AN00304079
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • Article Type
    Departmental Bulletin Paper
  • ISSN
    1345-3033
  • NDL Article ID
    024690134
  • NDL Call No.
    Z3-246
  • Data Source
    NDL  NII-ELS  IR 
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