Acts of Reading: Exploring Connections in Pedagogy of Japanese
Quantity:
ADD TO CART
352pp. September 2002
Acts of Reading: Exploring Connections in Pedagogy of Japanese
Author: Nara, Hiroshi; Noda, Mari;
Students who have completed a year of German read Brecht in their second year, those of Spanish read Cervantes. Teachers of first and second-year Japanese can often find nothing comparable. "Why aren't your students reading literature?" they are asked. "W
"Carefully argued yet eminently readable." —Journal of Japanese Studies

"Given that it deals with how Japanese language learning is different, yet how it is anchored by the same cultural framework that governs reading in all languages, this

Author: Nara, Hiroshi; Noda, Mari;
Hiroshi Nara is associate professor of Japanese language and linguistics in the Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures at the University of Pittsburgh. Mari Noda is associate professor of Japanese in the Department of East Asian
Read table of contents and/or introduction (PDF).



THIS SITE MAY BE RUNNING UNLICENSED ASPDOTNETSTOREFRONT.COM SOFTWARE!
CLICK HERE TO ACTIVATE YOUR LICENSE