The Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Education Bulletin - Vol.2

Cover of Kokusai Koryu Kikin Nihongo Kyoiku Kiyo Vol.2

(Japanese, with English summaries)

Research Papers

A Case Study of Teaching “the Rules of Turning Indonesian di-Sentences into Japanese Passive Sentences” to Indonesian University Students
MATSUMOTO Koji, Hasibuan ADRIANA

Acquisition of Vocabulary for Specific Purpose in the Japanese-Language Program for Foreign Service Officers and Public Officials
ISHII Yoko, KUMANO Nanae

The Significance of Resource-Gathering Activities through the Collaboration of Non-Native Teachers of Japanese and Volunteer High-School Students.
-Focusing on the Awareness of Volunteer High-School Students-
KITANI Naoyuki, MAEDA Tsunaki

Report on the Social-Contextualization of Japanese-Language Teaching in “Isolated Circumstances”
-A Case Study on Activities in the Uzbekistan Japan Center for Human Development-
FUKUSHIMA Seiji, Marina IVANOVA

Considerations on Japanese-Language Learners’ Beliefs in the Universities of the Philippines and the Manila Metropolitan Area
-From a Viewpoint of the Historical / Social Background-
TAKASAKI Michiyo

Practice Reports

Teacher-Training Programs for Facilitating the Development of Japanese-Language Teachers of Senior Secondary Schools in Indonesia
FUJINAGA Kaoru, FURUKAWA Yoshiko, Evi RUSIANA

Toward Cooperation on the Teacher Training Program between an Overseas Office and the JFJLI, Urawa
-The “Training Program for Thai Secondary School Teachers of the Japanese Language” -
IKUTA Mamoru, KITAMURA Takeshi

An Attempt to Build a Nationwide Network among Japanese- Language Teachers in Brazil through an Online Newsletter
-What Kind of Network among Japanese-Language Teachers CanWork Practically ?-
MIURA Takashi, YOSHIKAWA Mayumi Edna Iko, ENDO Cristina Maki

Reports

Developing Textbooks “Indonesia eYoukoso” for the Tourist Course of Vocational High Schools in Indonesia
Evi RUSIANA, YAMASHITA Miki, MORIMOTO Yukako

Present Status and Problems of Japanese Language Education in Ukraine
TATSUMA Satoko

The Development of the Non-Native Japanese-Language Teacher Education in China: “Ohira School” and Beijing Center for Japanese Studies
SHINOZAKI Setsuko, CAO Dafeng

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