"Current Report on Japanese-Language Education around the Globe" Vol.1 - Vol.7

Current Report on Japanese-Language Education around the Globe Vol.7

Section1
Report on the Syllabus Guidelines for Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language
1. Remarks on Self-Expression in Japanese-Language Teaching and Syllabus Development
HONNA Nobuyuki
Section2
Report on the Development of Syllabus Guidelines for Japanese Language Education around the Globe
2. The Latest Trends in Japanese-Language Education Seen in the New Study Guidelines in Korea
YI Dok Bong
3. Japanese-Language Syllabuses for Primary and Secondary Education in China
TANG Lei
4. Teaching Syllabus and Bands 4 and 8 Examination Syllabuses for Japanese Majors in Chinese Collages and Universities
TAN JingHua
5. Curriculum of Japanese Language Education at High School Level in Indonesia
Sudjianto,M.Hum and KOBAYASHI Kayoko
6. Japanese Syllabus at the Senior Secondary-Level Education in Thailand
Prannee JONGSTJARITTAM
7. Japanese-Language Education in Australia: Current Initiatives
Deleece BATT
8. Japanese-Language Education and Curriculums in New Zealand
EHARA Yukiko and FUJIMITSU Yuko
9. Development of Standards for Learning the Japanese Language: Curriculums at Education Fields
OKAWA Toyoko
10. Japanese-Language Curriculums in the Canadian Public School System:Alberta and British Columbia
NORO Hiroko and TAZAWA Michiko
11. Guidelines for Japanese-Language Teaching in German Secondary Education
MOCHIDA Setsuko
12. The British National Curriculum and Japanese-Language Education
KITANI Naoyuki and ENOMOTO Naruki
Section3
Contributed Reports
13.A Study of Japanese-Language Education Via the Internet in China
MURAMATSU Yukiko, YAMAUCHI Keisuke, ZHENG Yuhe,DAI Wujun and QI Xiuru
14.About the Home-Visit Program for JSL Students of Japan Studies
SUZUKI Nobuko
15.Incorporating the Use of e-mail into a Language Program
Eiko Torii-Williams
16.Going Beyond the Classroom with Videoconferencing and Internet Discussion Forum: Effective Use of Peer Editing from Japanese Collage Students

Current Report on Japanese-Language Education around the Globe Vol.6

Section1
Report on the Current State of Japanese-Language Education in Various Countries
1. The Situation and Problems of Japanese Language Teaching in Italy
Aldo Tollini
2. Report on the Current State of Japanese Langauge Education in the UK
Helen Gilhooly
3. The Current State of Japanese Language Education in the Netherlands
Willem Jan Boot
4. Japanese-Language Education in Sweden : Present and Future
Noriko Takei-Thunman
5. Japanese Language Teaching in Spain
Ramiro Planas
6. Two Decades after the Rise : Situation and Problems of Japanese-Language Teaching in Germany Today
Kay Genenz
7. Report on Japanese-Language Education in France : Some Steps in History of One Hundred and Forty Years
Jean Jacques Origas
8. The Teaching and Study of Japanese in Belgium
W.F. Vande Walle
Section2
Report on Foreign Languages Policies and Future Prospects
9. Thailand's Policy on Japanese Language Education
Voravudhi Chirasombutti
10. Languages Policies in Australia
Karen White and KAKAZU Katsumi
11. Languages Policies and Japanese Language Education in the United States
KATAOKA Hiroko, Tosaku Yasuhiko and FURUYAMA Hiroko
12. Education in Brazil and the Teaching of Japanese as a Foreign Language
Tizuko Morchida Kishimoto
Section3
Contributed Report
13. OPAL : Japanese, A Japanese Language Course for Teacher-Retraining in Distant Education Delivery Mode
ASAOKA Takako
14. Making Dynamic Instructional Material : Okinawa and Hawaiian Cultural Karuta
OSHIRO Tomoko, SOKEI Hisako and HIJIRIDA Kyoko
15. Japanese Material Development for Secondary Education in Indonesia-Process of Developing Teaching Materials : Based on Japanese Language Curriculum 1994
SASAYAMA Michiko and
HIRAGA Makie
16.Teaching Japanese Education for the Era of IT : Research Findings from an E-mail Project Between Hong-Kong and Kagoshima
ITAKURA Hiroko and
NAKAJIMA Sachiko
17. Development of a Japanese Reading Resource Bank Using the Internet
KAWAMURA Yoshiko and
KITAMURA Tatsuya
18. Teaching of Foreign Language in French Secondary Education and Japanese
KUROKI Kyoko and Frédérique Sauron

Current Report on Japanese-Language Education around the Globe Vol.5

Section1
Report on the Current State of Japanese-Language Education in Various Countries : Focusing on Teacher Training
1. The New Movement in Japanese Language Education in Korea
YI Dok Bong
2. The Present State and Future Prospect of Teachers of Japanese in China
LIN Wei Long
3. The Present State and Future Prospect of Teachers of Japanese in Indonesia
Wawan Danasasmita and IKEZU Joji
4. LOTE programs in Victoria : Current Status of Japanese-Language Education , Teacher Training & Retraining
Marie Pitt
5. Trends and Issues in Precollegiate Japanese Language Teaching in the U.S.
Laurel Rasplica Rodd
6. The Present Situation of Japanese-Language Education in Brazil and its Prospects
WATANABE Akiko Kurihara and
IKO Mayumi Edna
Section2
Special Report
7. Perspectives of Native Speaker Teachers of Japanese Teaching Outside of Japan : A report of the Interviews with Teachers in Thailand
SAKUMA Katsuhiko
Section3
Contributed Report
8. Some Considerations Regarding the New International Baccalaureate Program : A report from a Classroom
OTAGAKI Akiko
9. The Combined Usage of Languages by Bilingual Learners in Daily Living and in Learning Japanese : A Focus on Singapore's Elementary Learners Who Use Both Chinese and English
OU YANG Yi Yun
10. Japanese Language Education in Sri Lanka
INOUE Ako
11. A Current Sate and Problems on the Instruction of Japanese in Taiwanese Universities : Focus on the Department of Japanese Language and Literature
SHIOIRI Sumi
12. Japanese Native Speaker Teacher Trainees in Australia
KATO Kumi
13. Peer Coaching : A Way of Teachers' Collaborative Self -Improvement
TERATANI Kimiko
14. A Case Study on Expansion of Japanese Teaching in Thai Upper Secondary Schools : Analyses of the Linkage between Thai Economic-Social Background and the Expansion of Japanese Teaching
KOGAWA Kazuto and YUYAMA Kayo
15. Developing a Written Japanese Curriculum
LEUNG On Yuk , Maggie and
UEDA Kazuko

Current Report on Japanese-Language Education around the Globe Vol.4

Section1
Report on the Current State of Japanese-Language Education in Various Countries
Japanese-Language Education at the Secondary Level in Indonesia : Focus on SMUs
Wawan Danasasmita
Japanese-Language Education in Thailand
Voravudhi Chirasombutti and
KITAMURA Takeshi
Japanese-Language Education in Finland
Kauko Laitinen and UEMURA Yukako
Section2
Reports Presented to the 7th International Colloquim on Program Manegement in Japanese Language Education
Japanese-Language Education in the Context of Korean Pedagogical Policy of Foreign Languages
IM Chang-Soon
The Present and Prospect of Japanese-Language Education in Korea
YI Dok-Bong
Japanese-Language Education in the Context of Chinese Pedagogical Policy of Foreign Languages
WANG-Shu Rong
The Current State of Japanese-Language Education in China
YANG An-Sheng
Japanese-Language Education in the Context of Hong-Kong Pedagogical Policy of Foreign Languages
SHIH Chiu-Chiung
Teaching Foreign Languages in Russia at Present
Lyudmila Nikolayevna Lisunenko
The Introduction of Japanese as a Foreign Language in Russia
Sergey N. Ilyin
Section3
Special Report
Language Education Policy for Australian Schools: Implications for Japanese Language Education
Michie AKABANE Suparman and
Catherine Jonak
Section4
Contributed Report
Intermediate Reading Materials in Technical and Scientific Japanese
SHINZATO Rumiko
Japanese Language Speech Contest in Australia : Its Development, Issues and Possible Improvements
ASAOKA Takako and YANO Jun
Leaning Basic Japanese for Science and Technology through Interactions with Japanese Students: A Case Study of the KIT-Summer Program in Japanese
FUDANO Hiroko
Japanese for Communication - A Teachers Guide : Participating in a Curriculum Development Project
YOSHIKI Hisako
Curriculum Development for Introductory Course in Spoken Japanese
LEE Duck-Young, YOSHIDA Shohei, and YOSHIKAWA Mariko

Current Report on Japanese-Language Education around the Globe Vol.3

Section1
eport on the Current State of Japanese-Language Education in Various Countries
Japanese-Language Education in Korea,1993-94
KIM Sook Ja
Present Situation and Problems of Japanese-Language Teaching in Mongolia
Tangaa Munkhtsetseg
Report on Japanese-Language Education in Nepal
Chandra Prakash Sharma
The Current State of Japanese-Language Education in Austria
Megumi Maderdinner and
Erich Holubowsky
Japanese-Language Instruction to Non-Japanologists in Swiss High Schools and Universities
Heinrich Reinfried
Japanese-Language Education in Denmark
Kirsten Refsing
Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language in Ukraine
Seredina Inna Nikolayevna and
KASAI Kumiko
The Status of Japanese-Language Education in Bulgaria
Lyudmila Holodvich
Japanese-Language Education in Romania
Iulia Waniek
Section2
Reports Presented to the 6th International Colloquim on Program Manegement in Japanese Language Education
Japanese in the Wider Context of Australian Language and Multicultural Policies
Joseph Lo Bianco
Secondary Japanese-Language Education in Australia
HAGA Hiroshi
Multiculturalism and Foreign Language Education in New Zealand/Aotearoa
Diane Patricia Crew
Japanese in New Zealand Secondary Schools
Louis Phillip Barrowman
Foreign Language Education Policy and Japanese
FUKAWA Masako
Japanese-Language Education Curriculum Guidelines at the Secondary Level in B.C.,Canada
TSURUMI Michiyo
Japanese-Language Instruction in the United States
Aubrey Ronald Walton
On the Communicative Framework for Introductory Japanese-Language Curricula in Washington State High Schools
Leslie Okada Birkland
Section3
Special Report
Results of a Survey of Japanese-Language Education in China,1993
Wang Hong
The Role of Multimedia in Foreign Language and Culture
Mitagawa Shigeru and IKEDA Masami
Section4
Contributed Report
A Study of the Current State and the Needs of Teacher Training in Japanese Immersion Education in the United States
KOSHIYAMA Yasuko
An Innovataive Course of Initial Training for Teachers of Japanese at the University of Nottingham,U.K.
Ann Convery and Helen Gilhooly
Japanese Language Teacher Proficiency Building through Telelearning
David Chapman
Development of Project-Work in a Small U.S. City
KISHIMOTO Toshiko

Current Report on Japanese-Language Education around the Globe Vol.2

Section1
Report on the Current State of Japanese-Language Education in Various Countries
Report on the Japanese-Language Education in Hong Kong
YUE Kwan Cheuk
Japanese-Language Education in the Philippines
Beatriz P. MOjica
Japanese-Language Education in Viet Nam
Nguyen Van Hao
Japanese-Language Education in Malaysia
CHIA Ham
Japanese-Language Education in India: Present and Future
Prem Motowani
The Status Quo and Issues Relating to Japanese-Language Education in Argentina
UCHIUMI Yoshiko
The Status Quo and Issues Relating to Japanese-Language Education in Colombia
Jaime Barrera
The Status Quo and Issues Relating to Japanese-Language Education in Paraguay
ISHIDA Tamotsu
85Years History of Japanese-Language Education in Brazil
FUKASAWA Lidia Masumi
The Status Quo and Issues Relating to Japanese-Language Education in Peru
GUSHIKEN Michiko
The Status Quo and Issues Relating to Japanese-Language Education in Mexico
AWAIHARA Yoshie
Japanese-Language Education in Spain
Maria Rodriguez del Alisal
Japanese-Language Education in Poland
Barbara Slomka
Japanese-Language Education in Russia
Evgeni V. Mayevski
95Years History of Japanese-Language Education in Far Eastern Russia
Sergey N. Ilyin
Japanese-Language Education in Egypt
Isam Reyad Hamza,TORAO Yoshinobu and HANADA Kumiko
Japanese-Language Education in Turkey
Plat Otkan
Section2
Special Report
A Repot on the Institute in Japanese Pedagogy at Columbia University
MAKINO Seiichi
Developments in Japanese-Language Education in Australia
Helen E.Marriott and
Robyn Spence-Brown
Trends in Japanese-Language Abroad and Implications for Training Programs at the Japan Foundation Japanese Language Institute
YAMADA Masaharu and SHIMAZU Taku
Section3
Contributed Theses and Report
Japanese-Language Education and Teacher Training through Partial Immersion in Australia
Tony Erben and KATO Yumiko
Japanese-Language Teaching at the Primary and Secondary School Level in Australia
KAWAKAMI Ikuko and FUJINAGA Kaoru
Learning Japanese through the Homestay Program with a Japanese Family Living in a Foreign Country: A Case Study of Thai Learners of Japanese
UEDA Teruko

Current Report on Japanese-Language Education around the Globe Vol.1

Section1
Report on the Current State of Japanese-Language Education in Various Countries
The Current State of Japanese-Language Education in Japan
TOKUGAWA Mumemasa
The State of Japanese-Language Education in South Korea
PAHK Hy-Tay
The Current State of Japanese-Language Education in China
LIU Yao Wu
Japanese-Language Education in Indonesia
Sheddy N. Tjandra
Japanese-Language Education in Thailand in 1992
Kanlayanee Sitasuwan
Policy,Practice and Prospects : Japanese-Language Teaching in Australia
Hugh Clarke
Japanese-Language Education in New Zealand, 1992-93
Paul. S. Knight
A Report on Japanese-Language Education in Alberta, Canada
SAEGUSA Yukiko
The Current State of Japanese-Language Education in the United States
MIYAJI Hiroshi and
TAKASHI Kyoko
Japanese-Language Education in Brazil: Focus on the University of SaoPaulo
SUZUKI Tae
The Status Quo and Issues Relating to Japanese-Language Education in Italy
Paolo Calvetti
The Status Quo and Issues Relating to Japanese-Language Education in Great Britain
Miriam Jelinek
The Status Quo and Issues Relating to Japanese-Language Education in the Netherlands
Willem Jan Boot
The Status Quo and Issues Relating to Japanese-Language Education in Sweden
Gunilla Lindberg-Wada
The Status Quo and Issues Relating to Japanese-Language Education in Germany
Kay Genenz
Japanese-Language Education in France: Present and Future
Jeabn-Jacques Origas
The Status Quo and Issues Relating to Japanese-Language Education in Belgium
Willy Vande Walle
Section2
Special Report
Results of a Survey of Japanese-Language Education in China,1990
Wang Hong
Section3
Contributed Theses and Report
A Japanese Interaction Course through Distanse Education
ITANI Yuli and Helen Marriott
Curriculum Development for Technical Japanese: A Case in the United States
TSUTSUMI Michio

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