The Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Education Bulletin - Vol.13

Cover of Kokusai Koryu Kikin Nihongo Kyoiku Kiyo Vol. 13

(Japanese, with English summaries)

Research Paper

Beliefs and Learning Experience of Non-Native Japanese-Language Teachers
−Comparison of Quantitative Investigations in Fiscal Year 2004/2005 and 2014/2015−
KUBOTA Yoshiko

Practical Reports

Support for NIHONGO Partners with the Provision of Information by the Blog
−Support for the Forth NIHONGO Partners Dispatched to Thailand in 2016−
SATO Goro

Cooperative Learning in Two Types of Discussion After Watching a Movie
−A Practice of “Media Japanese-Teaching” in China−
SHIMIZU Miho

A Course Design and the Result of the Japanese-Language Program for Specialists Using “Marugoto: Japanese Language and Culture”
HABUTO Sono, NOHATA Rika, AZUMA Kentaro, TODA Toshiko, ADACHI Shoko

Course Design for Teaching Methodology Course Focusing on Task Performance: Teacher Training Program for Non-Native Japanese Teachers
KIKUOKA Yuka, SHINOHARA Aki

Development of Japanese Language Textbook for High School Students, “Nihongo ☆ Kira-Kira” Based on the National Curriculum of Indonesia in 2013
FURUUCHI Ayako, MITSUMOTO Tomoya, IGARASHI Yuka, HATTA Naomi, Evi Lusiana

Revision of “Akiko To Tomodachi”, Thailand's Secondary Education Textbook: Enhancing Communicative Competence
NAKAO Yuki, Prapa SANGTHONGSUK

Reports

Japanese Language Training Before Going to Japan for Refugees Under the Third Country Resettlement Program in 2015
IWASHITA Tomomi, KONISHI Hiroaki

‘JF Japanese e-Learning Minato’ − Features and Future
NOBUOKA Mari, WAGURI Natsumi, ITO Hideaki, YAMASHITA Yukino, KAWASHIMA Keiko, MIURA Takashi

Development of the “Marugoto (A1) Japanese Online Course” Site
TAKEDA Motoko, KUMANO Nanae, CHIBA Tomomi, KASAI Yosuke, ISHII Yoko, MAEDA Sumiko, KITAGUCHI Nobuyuki

An Attempt in Training Program for Filipino Counterpart Teachers: Course Design for Improving Japanese Proficiency and Knowing Japan and Japanese People
ARIMA Junichi, SHINOHARA Aki

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