The Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Education Bulletin - Vol.9

Vol. 9

(Japanese, with English summaries)

Research Note

Meaning of Portfolio in Teacher Training Courses: Teacher Training Course Portfolio and Teaching Portfolio
MATSUURA Tomoko, SATO Osamu, YANAGATSUBO Sachika

Practical Reports

Attempts to Form Students' Identities through Learning Activities
−A Practical Report on Learning Activities of “enTree-Halina! Be a NIHONGOJIN!!-”, Teaching Materials for Philippine High Schools−
MATSUI Takahiro, OFUNE Chisato, WAGURI Natsumi, SUMA Ayuko

Training the Instructors for Professional Development of Japanese Language Teachers at Secondary Schools in Indonesia
−Autonomy in Professional Development by Collaboration of the Centre for Development and Empowerment of Language Teachers and Education Personnel, Ministry of Education and Culture and Japanese Teachers at High Schools−
Evi LUSIANA, OZAKI Hiroko, AKIYAMA Kayo

How Is the Website “Erin” Accepted by Learners of Japanese around the World?
−User Evaluation as Observed from Surveys−
HABUKI Miyuki, NAGATA Yuko, ISOMURA Kazuhiro

Level Certification Test (A1) Development for JFS Japanese-Language Courses Based on JFS/CEFR
KUMANO Nanae, ITO Hideaki, HACHISUKA Makiko

An Attempt to Improve the “Japanese for Teachers” Course Using the JF Standard for Japanese-Language Education
FUJINAGA Kaoru, NAKAO Yuki

Practical Use of JF Standard for Supporting Places of Education in Thailand
−Producing the “Akiko to Tomodachi Can−do Handbook”−
SHIBUYA Miki

Designing an Elementary Level Japanese Language Program Introducing “moodle” for Non−native Japanese Language Teachers of the Elementary and Secondary Schools: An Attempt at Introducing a Blended Learning to a Teachers’ Course in India
TAKEMURA Norimichi

Development of Coursebook for Elementary Japanese Language Course (General Purposes Course in Russia)
Irina Vladimirovna PURIK, Lyudmila Olegovna MIRONOVA, YAMAGUCHI Noriko

Reports

Ongoing Care Following the Opening of a Website for Learners of Japanese
−The Approach of the Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Institute, Kansai−
TANAKA Tetsuya, KAWASHIMA Keiko, MAEDA Sumiko

Information Literacy Education for Japanese Language Learners
−Report of Information Retrieval Practice for Japanese Studies−
HAMAGUCHI Miyuki, HATAKENAKA Tomoko

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