JALT Journal - Issue 21.1; May 1999

Volume: 21
Issue No. 1
Date of publication: May 1999
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JALT Journal

Using a Commercially Produced Proficiency Test in a One-Year Core EFL Curriculum in ]apan for Placement Purposes
by Brent Culligan, Seigakuin University; Greta Gorsuch, Mejiro University

Evaluating Six Measures of EFL Learners' Pragmatic Competence
by Ken Enochs, International Christian University; Sonia Yoshitake-Strain, Seigakuin University

Massive Input Through Eiga Shosetsu: A Pilot Study with Japanese Learners
by Michael "Rube" Redfield, Osaka University of Economics

Influence of Personality, L2 Proficiency and Attitudes on Japanese Adolescents' Intercultural Adjustment
by Tomoko Yashima, Kansai University

Research Forum: Evaluating Learner Self-Assessment
by Colin Painter, Prefectural University of Kumamoto

Perspectives: Raising the Quality of Discourse Using Local Area Networks in Returnee Classes
by John Herbert, Ritsumeikan University

Perspectives: The Relationship between Self-Efficacy and Language Learners' Grades
by Stephen A. Templin, Meio University

Perspectives: A Myth of Influence: Japanese University Entrance Exams and Their Effect on Junior and Senior High School Reading Pedagogy
by Bern Mulvey, Fukui University

by Robert Blaisdell, Ian Gleadall, Jim Ronald, and Kazuyoshi Sato, and Tim Murphey

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