ERIC Number: ED477569
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2002
Reference Count: N/A
The Language Teacher, 2002.
Long, Robert, Ed.; Gardner, Scott, Ed.
Language Teacher, v26 n1-12 Jan-Dec 2002
These 12 journal issues include articles on the following topics: cultural effects on learning and teaching English in Vietnam; a student guide to plagiarism; getting a master's degree in TEST at Temple University Japan; getting organized in Japan; conference reports; a discourse pattern for teaching the reminiscence story; student controlled learning; contagious storytelling; fairy tales and language learning; resources about storytelling; a study of attitudes and apathy in university students studying English; a model of SLA and its andragogical implications in teaching EFL to young Japanese adults; culture teaching and learning; a study of the application of phonics teaching in junior high school English classes in Japan; a comparison of Japanese and English suprasegmental pronunciation as an aid to raising learner awareness; reflective teaching through diary studies; biracials and bullying; the 2002 World Cup Korea/Japan; beliefs and professional identity; development of bicultural identities; identity formation through language learning; young Japanese women writing their life in English; acquiring a second dialect and social identity in Gunma, Japan; foundations for second language reading instruction; teacher talk in elementary English classrooms; ELT textbook rubrics; teaching ESL; developing reflective practice; developing visual literacy for the 21st century; collaborating with students; combining multimedia and classroom activities; training Japanese elementary teachers; the problem of possession; considerations for securing an English teaching position at a Japanese university; CALL in Japan; an elementary English partial immersion program; Japanese language education at the university level; becoming global citizens; learning listening comprehension skills in English; a corporate English program; a study on attitudes and motivations toward learning English of newly enrolled student nurses; extensive reading; implementing oral communication classes in upper secondary schools; interpersonal aspects of English in Japanese high school oral English textbooks; and what to know in Japan about short-term English study abroad. (SM)
Descriptors: Biculturalism, Bullying, Computer Assisted Instruction, Culturally Relevant Education, Dialects, Diaries, Elementary Secondary Education, English (Second Language), Females, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Immersion Programs, Interpersonal Relationship, Listening Skills, Masters Degrees, Multimedia Instruction, Nurses, Phonics, Plagiarism, Pronunciation, Racial Bias, Reading Instruction, Reflective Teaching, Second Language Instruction, Second Language Learning, Speech Communication, Story Telling, Student Attitudes, Study Abroad, Teacher Student Relationship, Textbooks, Visual Literacy
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Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Japan Association for Language Teaching, Tokyo.
Identifiers - Location: Japan; Vietnam