The Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Education Bulletin - Vol.1

Cover of Kokusai Koryu Kikin Nihongo Kyoiku Kiyo Vol. 1

(Japanese, with English summaries)

Theses

Research on Second Language Teacher Education -With a Focus on In-Service Non-Native Language Teachers-
YOKOYAMA Noriko

Research Papers

The Change of Awareness of Non-Native Teachers of Japanese in the Graduate Program -Through the Analysis of Students' Journals-
KITANI Naoyuki, YANASHIMA Fumie

How L2 Learners Read a Text -Activating Knowledge and Forming Consistency in Reading omprehension-
OSUMI Atsuko

Three Viewpoints for Creating Japanese Learning Materials
-Application of Instructional Design, Attention to Learning Process, Task Analysis-
SHIMADA Noriko, SHIBAHARA Tomoyo

The Process of Setting Research Questions in JSL Research by Non-Native In-Service Japanese Language Teachers -A Case Study of the In-Service Japanese Teacher Master Course of the Beijing Center of Japanese Studies-
SHINOZAKI Setsuko, HAMADA Mari

Beliefs about Language Learning of Japanese-Language Learners in the Philippines
-From the Survey of Japanese-Language Learners at the University of the Philippines-
KATAGIRI Junji

Practice Reports

An Interim Report of Supporting Program for Developing Network of Japanese Language Teachers and Institutions in Sumatera, Indonesia
MATSUMOTO Koji

The Possible Outcome of Introducing Native Japanese Speakers into Secondary Schools in South Korea
SAWABE Yuko, KIM Hoegyeom

An Approach Combining Lectures and Lesson Demonstrations in Teaching Methodology Class in Multi-National Teacher Training Programs -Focusing on ‘Teaching Japanese Scripts and Vocabulary’-
KIDA Mari, FURUKAWAYoshiko

A Pre-Class Meeting Focusing on Grammar by Incorporating Error Analysis -Drawing on the Strength from Both Japanese and Malaysian Teachers in Teachers' Training-
MORI Michiyo, TODA Toshiko, TAMURA Yumie

A Report on the Use of Technical Japanese Subjects for the Japanese-Language Program for Librarians
NOBORIZATO Tamiko, KAMEI Motoko

Developing Evaluation Criteria for the Oral Communication Test for Basic Level Japanese-Language Program for Specialists -For Foreign-Service Officers / Public Officials-
KUMANO Nanae, ISHII Yoko, KAMEI Motoko, TANAKA Tetsuya, IWAZAWA Kazuhiro, KURIHARAYukinori

An Attempt to Interpret Japanese Grammar in Serialized Articles on a Newsletter for Non-Native Japanese Language Teachers -AfterWriting the Series, “Approachable Japanese Grammar” of NIHONGO-KYOÔIKU TSÛSHIN
ARAKAWA Midori, KIYAMA Tomoko

Producing Materials for Developing Organized Speech Skills -What Have We Learned Out of Developing and Producing “Speech for Basic Level Japanese for Organized Oral Presentation of One’s Country, Culture, and Society”-
IZUMIMOTO Chiharu, UOZUMI Etsuko, KUMANO Nanae, HABUTO Sono, MIURA Takashi

A Report on the “Ready Steady NihonGO!” Project -Japanese Language Education at Primary Level in the U.K: from Research to Provision-
NAKAGOME Tatsuya, Kornelia ACHRAFIE

Reports

Aims of the Advanced Training Program for Teachers of the Japanese Language Abroad
-Constructing and Sharing the Learning Community-
Abe Yoko, Hatta Naomi

A Report on Development of "SUSHI-TEST”, the Online Japanese Language Test for Young Learners of Japanese
HIROKAGA Masayo, UEDA Kazuko, OSHIO Kazumi, TOSHIMORI Maki

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