The Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Education Bulletin - Vol.10

 Cover of Nihongo Kyoiku Kiyo Vol. 10

(Japanese, with English summaries)

Research Notes

Process of Students' Attitude Change toward Portfolios Introduced in the JF Language Courses: An Analysis of Interview Data of Students
KATAGIRI Junji

Consideration on Characteristics of Japanese-Language Learners in Mexico
−Regarding the Survey Results of Their Learning Beliefs−
TAKASAKI Michiyo

Practical Reports

Japanese Training Utilizing e-learning for Non-native Teachers in India
−Attempt at Blended Learning for Teachers in Remote Locations−
TAKEMURA Norimichi

Results and Future Possibilities of Preparatory Japanese-Language Training for the Indonesian and Filipino Nurse and Certified Care Worker Candidates under Economic Partnership Agreements
NOBORIZATO Tamiko, YAMAMOTO Akihiko, SUZUKI Eri, MORI Miki, SAITO Satoko, MATSUSHIMA Yukio, AONUMA Kunio, IIZAWA Nobuaki

Teacher Training for a Coursebook Conforming to the JF Standard for Japanese Language Education
−Implementation of the Teacher Training for the Coursebook of Marugoto: Japanese Language and Culture (Starter A1 - Coursebook for Communicative Language Activities)−
HAYAKAWA Naoko, Carmencita BISCARRA, NAKAGOME Tatsuya

Development Process of a New Textbook for Learners to Learn Japanese with little time
−Textbook for Japanese Elective Course in Secondary Education in Thailand−
MIURA Takashi, Prapa SANGTHONGSUK

Significance of Observational Teacher Training Course in Secondary Japanese Teacher Training Programs in China: Awareness of Teacher Escorting Participant of Project Work for High School Learner in Northeast China and Inner Mongolia
MATSUURA Tomoko, YANAGATSUBO Sachika, SUZUKI Kyoko

An Attempt to Teach Japanese as a Foreign Language in Marugoto: Japanese Language and Culture
KIJIMA Hiromi, SHIBAHARA Tomoyo, HATTA Naomi

A Study of Japanese Use of Foreign Graduate Science and Engineering Students
HABUKI Miyuki, SHINOHARA Aki

Report

Report on the National Symposium: Japanese Language Education 2012 “Creating the Future”
NAKAJIMA Yutaka

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