The Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Education Bulletin - Vol.6

Vol. 5

(Japanese, with English summaries)

Research Paper

Can Japanese Pop Culture Enthusiasts be Considered as Potential Japanese Language Learners?
KONDO Yumiko, MURANAKA Masako

Research Note

Analysis of Can-do Statements Indicating Language Proficiency : Towards the Development of Guidelines to Create JF Can-do
SHIOZAWA Maki, SEKIJI Eri, SHIMADA Noriko

Practice Reports

Designing a Japanese-Language Program for Care Giver Candidates from Indonesia : Connections between Specialized Japanese Language Education for Medical, Nursing and Care Giving Fields and the Japanese Language Education Policy of The Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Institute, Kansai
NOBORIZATO Tamiko, ISHII Yoko, IMAI Hisae, KURIHARA Yukinori

Teaching Non-Native Japanese-Language Teachers How to Train Interpreters
NAGASAKA Miaki

The Japanese Exchange Student Dispatch Program for Korean Secondary Education Schools : An attempt to Dispatching Japanese Native Speakers from The Japan Foundation, Seoul
OSADA Kanako, NAKAZAWA Noriko, KITAMURA Takeshi, SOGO Shunsuke

Criteria Development for “The Japanese Speech Contest of Far East Russia and East Siberia”
NARITA Takahiro, IKARI Hidemi, MORIMOTO Yukako, SAKAMOTO Yuko

Analysis of “Grammar” Questions in the Japanese-Language Proficiency Test : The Relation between the Way to Ask “verb + TEIRU” Questions and the Degree of Difficulty
KUWANA Shota, ONOZAWA Yoshie, KITAMURA Naoko

Development of Resources for Secondary Learners to Read about Life and Culture in Japan : “CHIKARA for READING, ” a Japanese Language Resource for Secondary Learners in the UK
KIJIMA Hiromi

An Attempt at Designing a Learning Environment that Promotes Autonomous and Collaborative Learning through Peer Learning : The “Japanese Conversation Club, ” Exchange Activities between Japanese Language Learners and Japanese Residents in Azerbaijan
TATSUMA Satoko

Report

International Workshop on Japanese Studies for Students from Poland, Slovakia and the Czech Republic
URYU Kayo, Aleksandra SZCZECHLA, Stanislaw MEYER, Anna TRZASKA

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