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Manga as a Second Language Educational Resource for Developing Appreciation of the Multi-faceted Japanese Writing System

Paper i proceeding
Författare Fusae Ivarsson
Publicerad i Proceedings of the Workshop on Japanese Language Education
ISBN 978-87-997463-6-1
Förlag Tokai University European Center
Förlagsort Vedbaek
Publiceringsår 2018
Publicerad vid Institutionen för språk och litteraturer
Språk en
Ämnesord Manga, Japanese writing system, metaorthographic ability, authentic texts, L2 Japanese classes.
Ämneskategorier Östasiatiska språk

Sammanfattning

The expressive potentialities of written Japanese can be expanded by selective uses of script types and intentional deviation from the standard way of script type mixing. However, there is hardly the time to spare for acquisition of metaorthographic ability (an ability to use abstract knowledge on orthographies and functions of writing systems in order to process written data) in L2 Japanese classes since limited hours of writing system lectures are spent on teaching the basic necessities. In recent years manga has been one of the important reasons for studying Japanese and there is a trend to use manga in L2 Japanese teaching. Nevertheless, most of existing manga-inspired teaching materials utilize manga not as authentic texts but as a content style, and cover areas such as vocabulary, grammatical expressions and cultural understanding. In view of the current situation, this presentation sorts out major metaorthographic features of manga and suggests (i) possible methods to utilize manga as authentic texts in L2 Japanese writing system classes for developing students’ appreciation of expressive potentialities of the multifaceted Japanese writing system and (ii) possible topics for future research.

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