Enhancing Japanese Kanji Acquisition In Non-Native Readers
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This research shows the effects of a 4-session literacy-acquisition program for non-native readers of Japanese through development of cognitive processes and morphological awareness. This includes an assessment of logographic vs. non-logographic morphemes, description of the training and testing processes, statistical results, and an overview of necessary metalinguistic skills to encourage a functional level of literacy for cognitively mature learners of Japanese.