外国語教育における到達目標に関する日英比較 [in Japanese] A Comparative Study on the Attainment Targets for Foreign Language Education in Japan and England [in Japanese]
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The new system of evaluation has introduced into Japanese junior and senior high schools. It is the criterion-referenced evaluation. The criteria are drawn from the overall objectives of English Language Education presented in The Course of Study. Its introduction is quite meaningful. But unfortunately the concrete standard to each criterion has not yet been settled. In the settlement of it, The National Curriculum of England is sometimes referenced. The question is whether it is reasonable to use The National Curriculum when we settle the standard reflecting The Course of Study. In this paper, attainment targets in both documents are compared and the validity of the application of The National Curriculum is discussed. In conclusion, seven propositions are presented in using The National Curriculum as a model of attainment target.
- CASELE Research Bulletin
CASELE Research Bulletin 37(0), 81-90, 2007
The Chugoku Academic Society of English Language Education