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JALT99 Proceedings Contents Listing

JALT99 Proceedings Contents Listing

A PDF file of the Proceedings can be found at the bottom of the page.

Table of Contents

  • p. 8... Responding to Writing: Learning from Action Research — Tim Ashwell, Komazawa Junior College; Andy Barfield, University of Tsukuba; Neil Cowie, Saitama University; Mike Nix, Chuo University; Dorothy Zemach, Central Michigan University
  • p. 20... Using Assessment Models to Raise Cross-Cultural Awareness — Kristofer Bayne, International Christian University
  • p. 26... Professional Pursuits: Publishing, Peers, and Power — Jacqueline D. Beebe and Amy Yamashiro, Nihon University; Christine Pearson Casanave, Keio University, SFC; Brent Culligan, Aoyama Gakuin Women's Junior College
  • p. 31... Teach English by Telephone? — Caroline Bertorelli, FIA Language Training
  • p. 34... Global Education: Challenges For The Future — Kip A. Cates, Tottori University; Michael Higgins,Yamaguchi University; Dorothy Dufour, Kokugakuin Junior College & David Peaty, Ritsumeikan University
  • p. 40... Teaching Functional Grammar — Chris Gallagher, International Christian University; Damian Lucantonio, Josai International University
  • p. 47... The Teaching of Language Learning Techniques - Is it possible in Japan? — Matthias Grünewald, Matsuyama University
  • p. 54... Linguistic imperialism: a problem for Japan? — Edward Haig, Nagoya University
  • p. 59... A Comparison of Japanese English Teachers' Beliefs and Native English Teachers' Beliefs about Language Learning — Shin-ichi Inoi, Ohu University
  • p. 64... Developing English Speaking Skills and Confidence through Content — Laurel Kamada, Kyoto Sangyou University
  • p. 69... Songs in Language Teaching: Theory and Practice — Kim Robert Kanel, Kinki University
  • p. 76... Developing Critical Thinking Using Media Reports on Japan — Akiko Katayama, Osaka Jogakuin Junior College
  • p. 79... L1 and L2 Academic Reading Practices: Similar or Different? — Sheilagh Kelly & Jacquie Widin, University of Technology, Sydney
  • p. 85... Feedback as feedforward: Action logs and class newsletters — Duane Kindt, Nanzan University & Tim Murphey, Nanzan University
  • p. 90... Crossing Borders - An Intercultural Approach — Kunihiko Kobayashi, Ibaraki National College of Technology
  • p. 98... The Synergistic Integration of Iintercultural Communication and English Language Teaching — Kimi Komisarof, Tokyo Foreign Language University & Reitaku U iversity; Adam Komisarof,Shobi University & Keio University
  • p. 105... 20/20 Hindsight: Teacher Change in Japan — Robert W. Long III; Kyushu Institute of Technology
  • p. 112...The Role of Modeling in Language Learning — Damian Lucantonio, Josai International University
  • p. 118... Organizing and Evaluating Student-led Seminars — Errol MacDonald, The Women's Junior College of Tokyo Kogei University
  • p. 123... Story-time Cafe: Meaningful Classroom Activities — Shelley Mikula, Canadian Cascadia International College, Vancouver, Canada (JALT 99 Scholarship Recipient)
  • p. 126... University-Level Team Teaching: Advantages and Disadvantages from the Teachers' Perspectives — Kyoko Miyazato, Hakuoh University
  • p. 132... Evaluating Study Abroad Programs — Giles Parker, Nagasaki University
  • p. 136... Feasibility of Language Learning Strategies Instructional Approaches in Japanese High Schools and Universities — Anthony S. Rausch, Hirosaki University
  • p. 142... Setting-up processing, and evaluating discussions — James Riedel, Gregory Anderson, David Bodner, & Gerald Williams, Kwansei Gakuin University
  • p. 149... Student springboards for speaking — Lesley D. Riley, Kanazawa Institute of Technology
  • p. 153... Teacher Perceptions of Student Vocabulary — Paul A. Riley, Obirin University & Bruce Whistler, Mission College
  • p. 160... Interpreting students' nonverbal behavior: A case study — Peter Ross, Tokyo Keizai University
  • p. 165... Learning to Learn and the KASA Model — Lois Scott Conley, School for International Training at Tokyo Jogakkan Junior College; Gina Thurston, Asia University
  • p. 172... Vocabulary for academic writing: hit and miss? — Richard Smith, International University of Japan
  • p. 182... Maxmizing English in the Classrooms: A Framework for Action — Gina Thurston, Asia University; Morris Kimura, Tokyo Jogakkan Junior College/School for International Training
  • p. 185... Corpus Analysis: Accessing Enjoyment in Reading — Maurice Ward, Toyo University
  • p. 193... Stressing the NBA — Christopher Weaver, Trinity Academy
  • p. 196... Fluency in Second Language Speech: What and How? — David Wood, Carleton University
  • p. 202... Negotiating a Syllabus — Emiko Yanagida, Tokiwa University
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