JALT2000 Proceedings Contents Listing

JALT2000 Proceedings Contents Listing

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Section One: Change and the Future

  • English Language Education in Japan: Issues and Insights Towards the New Millennium — Kumiko Torikai
  • Challenges for the New Millennium in Korea: English Education — In Lee
  • The Sociolinguistic Situation in Hong Kong: A Case Study — Qin Jiang
  • Three Problems Confronting Japanese Higher Education — Michael H. Fox, Brian J. McVeigh, Shiozawa Tadashi, Steve Brown
  • Teacher Action: Changing the system from within — Susan Carbury
  • オーストリア政府公認ドイツ語能力検定試験の概要とそのドイツ語授業に与える示唆. — 森田昌美
  • Foreign Language Teaching in the 21st Century — Jean-Noel Juttet , Georg Schmidt, Rudolph Reinelt, Olivier Urbain, Kip A. Cates (Moderator)
  • Has Esperanto a Chance in the 21st Century? — Alain Lauffenburger

Section Two: Children and Language Education

  • A Short-Term Language Immersion Case Study — Mitchell Clark
  • A Virtual Classroom for Bilingual Children — Andrea Carlson, Reiko Furuya
  • Elementary School EFL in 2002: Role of Phonics in Achieving Fluency — Laurel D. Kamada
  • Motivating Junior High School Students to Participate Through Directed Consciousness-Raising Activities — David Coulson

Section Three: Curriculum Concerns

  • Critical Pedagogy, Language Classrooms and Gender: The Case of Textbook Representation and Classroom interaction — Jane Sunderland
  • Attending to ESL Concerns in Content-Based Instruction — V. Michael Cribb
  • Starting an Extensive Reading Program — Lois Scott-Conley
  • コーパスに基づいたリーダビリティの測定とその教育的応用. — 長沼 君主
  • Expectation and Imagination in FL Literacy — Andy Barfield, David Dycus, Jane Joritz-Nakagawa
  • Teaching Language through Interpretation Training — Miyuki Tanaka, Chikako Tsuruta
  • The Global Issues Language Classroom — Don Hinkelman, Olivier Urbain, Gillian Giles, Brian Teaman

Section Four: Interactions

  • Teachers As Learners: Exploring Collaborative Action Research — Anne Burns, with Steve Cornwell, Ethel Ogane and Shin'ichiro Yokomizo
  • Understanding Classrooms: A Qualitative Approach — Steve Cornwell
  • Collaborative Action Research with L2 Writers — Tim Ashwell, Andy Barfield, Neil Cowie, Alan Milne, Mike Nix, Moderator: Dorothy Zemach
  • Action Research in an Academic Skills Course — Gregory Strong, Jennifer Whittle, Vivian Cohen, Simon Himbury, and Richard Kringle
  • Increasing Autonomy with Recorded Conversations — Duane Kindt
  • Implementating Learning Strategies — Miriam Black

Section Five: Across Cultures

  • Intercultural Dimensions of the Foreign Language Classroom: Communication Style Differences — David Brooks, Yashiro Kyoko, Donna Fujimoto, Hamilton Cruz
  • A Curriculum for Student Ethnography — Eton Churchil, Rani Vivathanachail
  • "Cultural Knowings": The Patrick Moran Framework — Valerie Hansford, Mary Sandkamp, and Jaimie Scanlon
  • Techniques in the Culture-Based Classroom — Brian Cullen, Kazuyoshi Sato

Section Six: The Practical Teacher

  • 日本語教育のためのショートエクササイズ. — 斉木ゆかり, 林伸一, 石田孝子, 二宮喜代子
  • The Use of Transcripts with Audiotapes: Five Statistical Studies — Michael Redfield, Steven Larsen
  • Trends in Pronunciation Teaching in Japan — Veronika Makarova
  • Evaluation and Assessment of Video Movie Tasks — Stephen Petrucione
  • Using Movies to Teach Speaking — Damian Lucantonio
  • Letters to the Editor: Critical Thinking Input — Akiko Katayama
  • Conversational Storytelling in the Language Class — Bob Jones
  • The Children's Book Project: A Classroom Activity — Akira Nakayama
  • Using Authentic Materials to Motivate Students — Charles Kelly, Larry Kelly, Mark Offner, Bruce Vorland
  • The Projects of the Internet TESL Journal — Charles Kelly, Larry Kelly
  • Raising Student Investment: Using Conversation Circles in Small Conversation Classes — Kim Parent
  • Reading and Writing for Discussion Groups — Gregory Strong