Department Kyoto University of Foreign Studies Department of British and American Studies, Faculty of Foreign Studies Position Professor
|Peer Review||Peer reviewed|
|Title||On Learning Verbal Phrases in Movies and Lexical Memory|
|Contribution Type||Single author|
|Publisher||Associtation for Teaching English through Movies|
|Volume, Issue, Page||pp.17-28|
|Details||Ina second languagelearningi,tisinevitableforthelearnersto learnand memorize some phrasesand words used inthe targetlanguage.
Insuch aprocessoflearning,however,ithasnot beenmade clear inthe literatuhroew the lexicalmemory inthe brainworks forthe operation and what seems to be the most effective method forsuch learning.
InJapanese,forexample, bothof theaffixes and "-sa") in (`Lmi"
"arigata-sa" and "arigata-mi" seem to belongto the same lexicalcategory
(asuffix)and bedea]twith inthesame systematic process.
Consideringthe morphological of the two words, productivities
however,itseems that the formerisunmarked while the latteirsmarked in the view of word formationH.ence, itisnot plausiblethatbothof the two
suffixesbelongtothesame categoryandcanbeprocessedinthesame way. Inthispaper,Iwi]1 suggest a most efifective method forlearning
English words and phrasesby the use of a movie textbook on the basisof the Dual Mechanism Model.