JALT Journal - Issue 29.1; May 2007

Volume: 29
Issue No. 1
Date of publication: May 2007
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  • Japanese Female Professors in the United States: A Comparative Study in Conflict Resolution and Intercultural Communication (Masako Hamada) Reviewed by Justin Charlebois
  • Language Learners in Study Abroad Contexts (Margaret A. DuFon & Eton Churchill, Eds.) Reviewed by Michael Thomas
  • Interlanguage Pragmatics: Exploring Institutional Talk (Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig & Beverly S. Hartford, Eds.) Reviewed by Gregory P. Glasgow
  • Connecting Reading & Writing in Second Language Writing Instruction. (Alan Hirvela) Reviewed by Christian Perry
  • CALL Research Perspectives (Joy L. Egbert & Gina Mikel Petrie, Eds.) Reviewed by Nicolas A. Gromik
  • The Greek & Latin Roots of English (3rd ed.) (Tamara M. Green) Reviewed by Stella Yamazaki & Tatsuroh Yamazaki
  • An Introduction to Psycholinguistics (2nd ed.) (Danny D. Steinberg & Natalia V. Sciarini) Reviewed by Jesús Garcia Laborda


JALT Journal

Factors associated with the notion that native speakers are the ideal language teachers: An examination of elementary school teachers in Japan
by Yuko Goto Butler, University of Pennsylvania

Classroom management in Japanese EFL classrooms
by Keiko Sakui, Kobe Shoin Women’s University, Japan

英語学習者の内発的動機づけを高める教育実践的介入とその効果の検証—The effects of educational intervention that enhances intrinsic motivation of L2 students
by 田中博晃 & 廣森友人

日本人学生とのやり取りを通した作文授業の影響—PAC分析による学習者理解—Influence of a writing course with interpersonal interaction in L2: Understanding learners’ attitudes through Personal Attitude Construct (PAC) analysis
by 藤田裕子(ふじた ゆうこ) 桜美林大学

The Impact of a U.S. teacher training program on teaching beliefs and practices: A case study of secondary school level Japanese teachers of English
by Yuka Kurihara & Keiko K. Samimy, Ohio State University

Exploring the Dialectic: An Interview with James P. Lantolf
by Deryn P. Verity, Associate Editor, JALT Journal


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