Purpose: The purpose of this study is to find out whether the flipped-learning class case applied to the foreign language subject <Japanese Service Practical Conversation> is a suitable teaching method, whether Google Classroom-based media classes are effective in achieving learning goals, and what specific factors affect student satisfaction. Method: The method of investigation was to analyze the study reflection diary and end-of-semester questionnaire posted in the class room for one semester with prior consent from the students(33 students) of the subject in the second semester of 2019. According to the analysis result, it was suitable as a teaching method and was very effective in achieving the learning goal, and the factors such as interaction, interest and motivation, media utilization efficacy, and learner satisfaction greatly influenced the evaluation of the class case. In the meantime, there have been only a few attempts to teach flipped learning and blended learning, which are a mix of on and off, in Japanese language courses in universities. Results: The case analysis by Google Classroom base and factor in Japanese subject was attempted for the first time, and it is expected that the learner-centered teaching method will be widely attempted by actively utilizing Corona 19 times and online digital contents and using Google Classroom-based mediums. Through this study, it is meaningful to provide basic data in predicting and implementing effective education in the future, and suggests that it is attempted by utilizing various digital contents. Conclusion: Flipped learning promoted the innovation of classroom instruction by converting the teaching-oriented teaching method into learner-centered participatory learning as a means of interaction of technology. This study is able to find out that it is an opportunity to build a new teaching culture such as improving the participation of learners in class, self-directed learning, mutual communication, and teaching ability in the language class(Japanese) using the Google class room-based medium.
2. Direction of Flipped Learning Classes
3. Class Content
4. Questionnaire Analysis