The Language Teacher - Issue 22.6; June 1998

Volume: 22
Issue No. 6
Date of publication: June 1998
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Introduction

  • by Laura MacGregor, Editor

Interview

  • Teachers in the Classroom: An Interview with Jack Millett - by Wayne K. Johnson

Features

  • The Language Teacher as Seen by Japanese Female and Male University Students - by Veronica Makarova & Stephen Ryan
  • Content and Consciousness Raising in a Women's Studies Workshop - by Sarah Wringer
  • Gender Stereotypes and Children's Literature - by Sugino Toshiko
  • Spoken Grammar: Easing the Transitions - by Michael Guest
  • Learning about Japanese Culture and Society through Japanese Language Training: Potential for a Program (In Japanese) - by Masamune Suzuka

Opinions & perspectives

  • Critical Approaches to Language: A Reply to Sower - by Alastair Pennycook

Report

  • Boston University Conference on Language Development - by Noriko Akimoto Sugimori

My share

  • Students Explaining How to Do Something - by James W. Porcaro
  • Teaching Exotic Japanese Culture in English Class - by Arao Hiroko
  • "Elbow, Elbow" -- A Vocabulary Game - by Kevin Miller

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Contents


The Language Teacher

Introduction
by Laura MacGregor

An Interview With Jack Millett
by Wayne K. Johnson, Ryukoku University

The Language Teacher as Seen by Japanese Female and Male University Students
by Veronica Makarova, The University of Edinburgh, UK; Stephen Ryan, Eichi University, Japan

Content and Consciousness Raising in a Women's Studies Workshop
by Sarah Wringer, Nanzan University

Gender Stereotypes and Children's Literature
by Toshiko Sugino, The National Defense Academy

Spoken Grammar: Easing the Transitions
by Michael Guest, Miyazaki Medical College

Critical Approaches to Language: A reply to Sower
by Alastair Pennycook, University of Melbourne

Boston University Conference on Language Development
by Noriko Akimoto Sugimori, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

My Share

Students Explaining How to Do Something
by James W. Porcaro, Sundai Kanko Gaigo Semmon Gakko

Teaching Exotic Japanese Culture in English Class
by Arao Hiroko, Nanzan University

"Elbow, Elbow"'- A Vocabulary Game
by Kevin Miller, Trldent School of Languages, Nagoya

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