Manga in the Japanese Classroom: The Impact of Teaching with Manga
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The purpose of this study was to classify and measure the students' motivation, and to investigate whether manga enhance motivation and facilitate interest in learning Japanese for college Japanese students, and to evaluate manga's impact on Japanese language instruction. Participants in this study were five college students enrolled in the advanced Japanese class at the 450-level at a small private liberal arts college during the 2005 Spring semester. Two instruments: Motivational orientation Survey and The students' classroom activities survey were used.
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