The Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Education Bulletin - Vol.8

Vol. 8

(Japanese, with English summaries)

Research Paper

Judgment Factors when Choosing the Relative Intransitive Transitive Paired Verbs
-In the case of Chinese University Students-
ITO Hideaki

Research Notes

Significance of Training Programs for Novice Non-Native Teachers of Japanese-Language: Suggestion from a Survey by PAC Analysis on Teachers' Beliefs of Thai Novice Teachers of Japanese-language
HATTA Naomi, OZAWA Ikumi, TAKEGATA Yukie, TSUBONE Yukari

A Study on learners' cultural recognition as recorded in the “Katsudo-kiroku”
-Aiming to involve the teacher in the development of learners' intercultural understanding-
NOHATA Rika

A Study on Young Japanese Learners in Hong Kong
-Focusing on Parents' Perspectives-
KIYAMA Tomoko, NOMURA Kazuyuki, MOCHIZUKI Takako

Research on Recognition of Portfolio among University Teachers in China:
Toward Introducing Portfolio Assessment in Teacher Training Course
MATSUURA Tomoko, SATO Osamu

Practical Reports

A case study of Hungary's development of education for intercultural communicative competence
-the design of Japanese language teaching materials
MATSUURA Yoriko, MIYAZAKI Reiko, FUKUSHIMA Seiji

Development of Coursebook of JF Standard for Japanese Language Education
KIJIMA Hiromi, SHIBAHARA Tomoyo, HATTA Naomi

Developing a Hiragana Textbook for elective Japanese courses in Thailand secondary education
Prapa SANGTHONGSUK, MIURA Takashi, SHIBUYA Miki

Putting the ILL approach into practice in Japanese classes: Results of teacher professional development seminar
[Film resource ‘Happy Family Plan’]
KISHIDA Rie, Cathy JONAK, AKAHANE Michie, NOBUOKA Mari, MORI Fumie, NAKAGAWA Yasuhiro

An Attempt at Implementing Japanese Language Education which aims for “Sustainability of the program” and “Continuity of learning”
- a Practice in Philippines Secondary Education-
OFUNE Chisato, WAGURI Natsumi, MATSUI Takahiro, SUMA Ayuko, Florinda Amparo A. PALMA GIL

The results of a minimal short-term program for non-native Japanese teachers
-Change of awareness through action-oriented Japanese language learning-
HABUTO Sono, NISHINO Ai

Report

Making Use of Anime and Manga in Japanese Language Education:
the cases conducted by the Japan Foundation, Madrid
KUMANO Nanae

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