Method of Information Technology Enhanced Japanese Vocabulary Learning and Evaluation


  • Duen-Huang Huang Hsuan Chuang University, Hsinchu city, Taiwan Yuanpei University of Medical Technology, Hsinchu city, Taiwan
  • Hao-En Chueh Chung Yuan Christian University, Taoyuan city, Taiwan
  • Huai-Te Huang National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei city, Taiwan
  • Hong-Fa Ho National Taiwan Normal University, Taipei city, Taiwan
  • Chang-Yi Kao Soochow University, Taipei city, Taiwan



Language learning, Japanese vocabulary quotient, technical evaluation system


Japanese vocabulary proficiency is directly related to Japanese language proficiency, and the learning and evaluation of Japanese vocabulary is vital in Japanese learning. To evaluate the learners’ Japanese vocabulary proficiency, in this study, we propose an effective method for evaluating Japanese vocabulary and implement it into a system. To prove the evaluation ability of the proposed method and implemented system, we conducted an experiment involving 80 students from the Japanese Group of the department of applied foreign languages of a senior high school to investigate the effectiveness of the method and system. The results of this study confirmed that (1) the reliability and validity of the proposed Japanese vocabulary evaluation method and system are favorable; and (2) the correlation coefficient between the experimental results and the students’ academic performance is higher than 0.80. Theoretically, the multidimensional Japanese vocabulary quotient model proposed herein can be the basis for Japanese vocabulary detection. Practically, the low-cost and rapid Japanese vocabulary evaluation system developed is applicable to educational evaluation, whereas the technical evaluation method and system for Japanese vocabulary can improve the efficiency and effectiveness in evaluating the Japanese vocabulary of learners.




How to Cite

Huang, D.-H., Chueh, H.-E., Huang, H.-T., Ho, H.-F., & Kao, C.-Y. (2021). Method of Information Technology Enhanced Japanese Vocabulary Learning and Evaluation. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning (iJET), 16(12), pp. 233–245.