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japanese school students
  Japanese Education
.... Takashi 1). This analysis will address why it is so imperative that Japanese High School students who wish to enter university study the English language. .... (1932 8 )

Comparisons between Japanese Culture & American Culture
.... "Association of Age at Onset of Cigarette and Alcohol Use with Subsequent Smoking an Drinking Patterns Among Japanese High School Students." Journal of School .... (994 4 )

Competition in Japanese Education
.... For example, Japanese high school students study subject matter that will benefit them when they take their entrance examinations, but little emphasis is .... (3969 16 )

Methodological Approches to Japanese Students
.... concept of fun-in-learning to upper secondary school is still a step Japanese teachers hesitate .... The school is being forced to condition its students to pass .... (1412 6 )

Modern Japanese Education
.... By the age of 12, Japanese junior high school students have already begun to work feverishly toward a rite of passage known as "examination hell." At age 14 .... (3934 16 )

Eductional Amendment & Employement Relationship to Education
.... is much longer than America's. Japanese students are in school for 240 days compared with about 180 days for American students. .... (1625 7 )

Funding Issues on Japanese Schooling
.... 21). Thousands of Japanese school teachers, professors, and college students supplement their incomes by teaching at jukus. The .... (3806 15 )

Junior high school in Japan in Bruce S. Feiler's Learning to Bow
.... Training (104). Japanese students spend more time in school and outperform American students academically (104-105). However, as .... (1625 7 )

Japanese Criminal Justice
.... Dealing as they do exclusively with voluntary students, Japanese high school teachers are more firmly in control of their high schools, without the help of .... (6194 25 )

Japanese schools
.... amount of training for Japanese teachers to include English would allow for the introduction of the subject during Japanese students' primary school years, a .... (4037 16 )

The Impact of the Progressive Approach to Learning to Students
.... Elkind (1988, 59) supports this, noting: "For many Japanese school children, pursuit .... of subject matter by several teachers, requiring that students be rotated .... (1195 5 )

Yakudoku vs Communicative Methodology
.... Sheen's concern with the outdated Japanese school system is understandable .... consideration; if the only purpose of teaching English is to prepare students to pass .... (2846 11 )

Achievement Deficits of African-American Public School Students
.... Ethnic identities and patterns of school success and failure among Mexican descent and Japanese-American students in a California high school. .... (8298 33 )

A Way for Students to Express Themselves in School
.... rigidity stifles creativity in children, Japanese students probably receive .... forms first." Toward this end, Japanese elementary school children are .... (7688 31 )

A Better School Environment for an Academic Excellence
.... Japanese elementary school students exhibit such pride and ownership in their schools and classrooms that vandalism is rarely a problem: "In fact, while .... (3168 13 )

"Jumping Tracks"
.... I felt frustrated with the rigidity of the school system that limits the options that are available to immigrant students who do not fit into the school options .... (857 3 )

Sources of The Japanese Social Mold
.... bullying by both teachers and students, and not .... parents and children (and of the school) for educational .... to survive" inherent in the Japanese psychological and .... (1942 8 )

The Influence of Culture
.... Thomas P. Rohlen (1983) observes that in Japanese schools, this is the most critical factor. Almost as soon as students begin school, they start taking a .... (1939 8 )

The Best-designed Multi-track Systems
.... Ballinger maintains that schools should be operated for students' education, not .... P. Rohlen (1983) with some dismay that a Japanese high school diploma is .... (1583 6 )

The Purpose of Education is to Have a Better Future
.... Thomas P. Rohlen (1983) observes that in Japanese schools, this is the most critical factor. Almost as soon as students begin school, they start taking a .... (2107 8 )

Cultural Differences : Japanese and American
.... of a Japanese student's free time during school is spent in the classroom, which fosters a sense of ownership and empowerment: "While American students feel .... (2378 10 )

Relationship Between Test Anxiety and Academic Performance
.... is a valid and reliable measure of test anxiety among high school students. .... Construction and validation of a Japanese adaptation of the Test Anxiety Inventory. .... (3124 12 )

The Dynamics of a Society
.... as well as the relative congruence between Japanese culture and .... in terms of how Puerto Rican students relate to .... a Puerto Rican/Anglo junior high school in his .... (1626 7 )

The Education Models of Japan
.... of a Japanese student's free time during school is spent in the classroom, which fosters a sense of ownership and empowerment: "While American students feel .... (3969 16 )

Affirmative Action as a Cause of Problems
.... Japanese children in the early school years, the .... far more Burakumin children than Japanese children. .... the teacher, not the Burakumin students, are responsible .... (1190 5 )

The Relationship between Test Anxiety & Academic Performance
.... is a valid and reliable measure of test anxiety among high school students. .... Construction and validation of a Japanese adaptation of the Test Anxiety Inventory. .... (3689 15 )

Investigative Study on Test Anxiety Among Nursing Students
.... Construction and validation of a Japanese adaptation of the Test Anxiety .... Modeling test anxiety, self concept and high school students' academic achievement. .... (4545 18 )

The Impact of Police Foot Patrols
.... Dealing as they do exclusively with voluntary students, Japanese high school teachers are more firmly in control of their high schools, without the help of .... (8120 32 )

Balance Between Instructor Control and Student Participation
.... Japanese students are unable to learn on their own. .... Moreover, "Students are told that school prepares the young for a role of self-determination in a .... (2764 11 )

The successful integration of international students
.... Both students found themselves assigned the most arduous and .... but in the home and school setting, she was very much a subservient Japanese younger sibling .... (749 3 )

 


 
   
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