Perceived Effectiveness of Teaching Materials for Beginners of Japanese

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Siriwan Preechanarit
Piya Sailomraksa
Punsirie Chayuti


This research aimed to study the effectiveness of teaching and learning material usage as perceived by Japanese language beginners. The study utilized teaching and learning materials such as stroke order practice, pictures, and activities to assist the learning process, which involves memorizing Hiragana, Katakana, and Kanji characters. A total of 35 respondents who registered for the Reading and Writing Japanese Scripts course participated in the study, and 80% of them passed the course with grades ranging from A to C. The study also showed that the teaching and learning materials used were overall very beneficial to students. The study recommends the use of teaching and learning materials and activities to enhance the learning process for beginners of the Japanese language. The students also provided feedback that can be used to modify and improve future teaching and learning materials.

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Preechanarit, S., Sailomraksa, P., & Chayuti, P. (2023). Perceived Effectiveness of Teaching Materials for Beginners of Japanese. Journal of Multidisciplinary in Humanities and Social Sciences, 6(5), 2337–2348. Retrieved from
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