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ERIC Number: ED413732
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1996
Pages: 377
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
Japan Association for Language Teaching (JALT) Journal, 1996.
Swenson, Tamara, Ed.
JALT Journal, v18 n2 1996
The two issues of the journal for teachers of English as a second language in Japan include these articles: "What Do JTEs Really Want?" (Wendy F. Scholefield); "Do EFL Learners Make Instrumental Inferences When Reading? Some Evidence from Implicit Memory Tests" (Suzanne Collins, Hidetsugu Tajika); "Function and Structure of Academic English" (Martha C. Pennington); "Writing on Academic Topics: Externalizing Rhetorical Processes in an Intercultural Context" (Jack Kimball); "American English, Japanese, and Directness: More Than Stereotypes" (Kenneth R. Rose); "High School English Textbooks and College Entrance Examinations: A Comparison of Reading Passage Difficulty" (Shinji Kimura, Brad Visgatis); "Detecting Cross-Linguistic Difficulties in Learning English: Using a Text Reconstruction Program" (Regina Lo); "Professors' Expectations of Foreign Students in Freshman-Level Courses" (David Kehe, Peggy Kehe); "Global Issues in EFL: Why and How" (Daniel McIntyre); "Imagery, Verbal Processes, and Second Language Learning (James W. Ney); "Testing English Tests: A Language Proficiency Perspective" (Akihiro Ito); "Assistant Language Teachers in Junior High School" (James Sick); "Motivational Differences Between Chinese and Japanese Learners of English as a Foreign Language" (Bill Teweles); "Teacher Preferences of Student Behavior in Japan" (Catherine L. Sasaki); "The Essential Role of Negotiation in the Communicative Classroom" (Teresa Pica); "Change of Interactive Contact Situations and Social Strategies" (in Japanese) (Satoshi Miyazaki, Jun Pirotta-Maruyama);"But I Don't Want To Be Rude: On Learning How To Express Anger in the L2" (Mitsuyo Toya, Mary Kodis); "The Role of Teachers and Students in Academic Writing Tutorials" (Adrienne Nicosia, Lynn Stein); "Teaching Suprasegmentals to Japanese Learners of English Through Electronic Visual Feedback" (Janet Anderson-Hsieh); and "Teaching Sociolinguistic Knowledge in Japanese High Schools" (Kiwamu Izumi). Book reviews are also included in each issue. (MSE)
JALT Central Office, Urban Edge Bldg., 5th fl, 1-37-9 Taito, Taito-ku, Tokyo 110 Japan.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: EnglishJapanese
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Japan Association for Language Teaching, Tokyo.
Identifiers - Location: Japan