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Author
Iwanaka, Takahiro
Abstract
This study aims to investigate how realizing problems during translation from Japanese to English and noticing fonns in written model sentences encoumge learners to internalize linguistic items. Thirty nine university students, classified into 3 proficiency levels, took part in an experiment, in which they wrote down problems they had realized while translating Japanese into English and also took notes of what fonns they had noticed in looking at model sentences. A post test was given in the following week to examine how the participants internalized target linguistic items. The results are: 1) realizing problems and noticing forms prompt the immediate internalization of linguistic items and play an important role in mapping already learned foons with the new meanings in all proficiency levels, and 2) realizing problems and noticing fonns make advanced learners internalize more linguistic items.
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This is the institute's copy, as published in Annual Review of English Language Education in Japan, Mar 2006, Volume 17, Pages 21-30.
Published Date
2006-03
Publication Title
Annual Review of English Language Education in Japan
Volume
volume17
Publisher
Japan Society of English Language Education
Publisher Alternative
全国英語教育学会
Start Page
21
End Page
30
ISSN
1344-8560
NCID
AA10890588
Content Type
Journal Article
language
英語
Copyright Holders
全国英語教育学会
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Refereed
True
Submission Path
english_languages_and_literature/2