ショウガッコウ コクゴカ キョウカショ ニオケル ツマズキ コトバ ノ ブンセキ

Abstract

This study analyzes “difficult” words that appear in elementary−level Japanese language textbooks. The term “difficult words” here refers to words and expressions that are expected to be difficult to understand for children. This study first categorizes textbook terms based on two criteria : (1) how close or how removed is the term from the children’s everyday life and (2) whether or not the term is specific to the subject. It then analyzes how difficult the terms in each category are to understand. Finally, On the basis of the experiences of elementary school teachers, this study analyzes characteristics of 1,795 difficult words taken from elementary−level textbooks

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