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Kanto Koshin'etsu Eigo Kyoiku Gakkaishi
This study examines utterance functions of teachers and students in English reading classes in a high school and captures their characteristics. Comparative analysis with Kaneda's (1984) CARES-EFL, which examined the quantity of teachers' and students' utterance function, were taken place in three classes taught the same text, obtained the following five main results: (a) a ratio of teacher's utterances was more than 80%, (b) teachers' utterances tended to continue and students' utterances weredoi:10.20806/katejournal.31.0_1 fatcat:7iihfyq7pvgwvc5ubd45lzkbmm