継承日本語教育のBibliography

日本語の継承語教育に関するリサーチのリスト (bibliography)です。

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  12. Chinen, K. & Tucker, G. R. (2005). Heritage Language Development: Understanding the Roles of Ethnic Identity and Saturday School Participation. Heritage Language Journal, 3(1), 27-59.
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  22. Douglas, M. O. (2002). Teaching heritage language: Individualized learning.  In K. Nakajima (Ed.),  Learning Japanese in the network.  (pp. 145-172). Alberta, Canada: University of Calgary Press.
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  24. Douglas, M. O. (2005). Pedagogical Theories and Approaches to Teach Young Learners of Japanese as a Heritage Language. Heritage Language Journal, 3(1), 60-80.
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  28. Douglas, M. O. (2008). A profile of Japanese heritage learners and individualized curriculum.  In D. Brinton, O. Kagan, & S. Bauckus (Eds.),  Heritage Language Education. A new field emerging.  (pp. 215-228). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
  29. Douglas, M. O. (2008). Curriculum Design for Young Learners of Japanese as a Heritage Language.  In K. Kondo-Brown & J. D. Brown (Eds.),  Teaching Chinese, Japanese and Korean heritage language students: Curriculum needs, materials, and assessment.  (pp. 237-270). New York, NY: Erlbaum.
  30. Douglas, M. O. (2009). Pedagological threories and approaches to teach young learners of Japanese as a Heritage language. Heritage Language Journal, 5, 1–26.
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  32. Douglas, M. O. & Chinen, K. (2015). アメリカの継承日本語教育.  (7). In Y. Tohsaku (Ed.),  アメリカにおける日本語教育の過去・現在・未来(Japanese Language Education in the U.S.: Past, Present and Future.  (pp. xx-xx). Tokyo, Japan: 国際交流基金.
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  51. Kanno, K., Hasegawa, T., Ikeda, K., Ito, Y., & Long, M. H. (2007). Prior language-learning experience and variation in the linguistic profiles of advanced English-speaking learners of Japanese.  In D. M. Brinton & O. Kagan (Eds.),  Heritage Language Acquisition: A new field emerging.  (pp. 165-180). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.
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