- 日本語教育方法研究会誌 (ISSN:18813968)
- vol.20, no.1, pp.80-81, 2013-03-09 (Released:2017-05-24)
Sentences written by students for self-promotion in job application forms (entry sheets) to companies are analyzed. Implicit patterns and common expressions in the forms are investigated. The genre analysis (Swales, 1990) reveals the following components in student's essays on their past efforts. The moves are (1) answers, (2) episodes, and (3) applications. The steps of move (1) are (i) title and (ii) answer. Move (2) comprises (i) setting, (ii) goal, (iii) difficulty, (iv) reason, (v) attempt, and (vi) outcome. The steps of move (3) are (i) state, (ii) usefulness, (iii) appear, and (iv) hope.