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Provisional Programme for the 20th BATJ Conference

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Day 1

Friday 25 August @ De Gray Court, York St John University

Time Venue
11:00-12:00

DG Foyer

Registration
12:00-12:20

DG Foyer

Opening Ceremony
12:20-13:50 Lecture Theatre (DG017)

Keynote Speech
Professor Hisashi Noda (National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics, Japan) <abstract>
'How Learners Comprehend Spoken Japanese in Real Situations'

13:50-14:15 DG Foyer Tea Break
14:20-14:50 Lecture Theatre (DG017)

Presentation 1 - Research
Akiko Murata (Hosei University) <abstract>
'An Analysis of the "Verbalizing Study-Abroad Experience in Japan" Project and Its Application in Japanese Language Education'

14:55-15:25 Lecture Theatre (DG017)

Presentation 2 - Research
Kazuko Tojo (J.F.Oberlin University) <abstract>
'A Study of "masuka" and "mashoka"'

15:30-16:00 Lecture Theatre (DG017) SIG Presentations
16:00-16:10

Break

16:10-17:10 Lecture Theatre (DG017)

Invited Speech
Professor Alessandro Benati (University of Portsmouth, York St John University) <abstract>
'Processing instruction and the acquisition of Japanese'

17:15-18:45 DG Foyer Wine Reception
19:30- Dining Hall Dinner (Optional)

Day 2

Saturday 26 August

 

Time Venue
09:00-09:20 DG Foyer Registration
09:30-10:30 Lecture Theatre (DG017) BATJ AGM
10:30-10:45 Break
10:45-11:15 Lecture Theatre (DG017)

Presentation 3 - Practical report
Kiyo Roddis (Cardiff University) <abstract>
'An Experiment of Effective Pronunciation Training in Japanese Beginners Classes: Learning through discovery and kinaesthetic modalities'

11:20-12:20 DG017, DG019

BATJ Forum

12:20-13:20 DG Foyer

Lunch

13:20-14:20 DG Foyer

Poster Presentations

Mikiko Inoue (The University of Manchester) and Kazuko Sorensen <abstract>
'An Experiment of Effective Pronunciation Training in Japanese Beginners Classes: Learning through discovery and kinaesthetic modalities'

Masakazu Kudara (Cardiff University) <abstract>
'Content and language integrated approach to a Japanese Studies module - A practical report at Cardiff University'

Kaoru Takahashi (Waseda University) <abstract>
'The Practice of Academic Japanese based on ARCS model Attempts for intermediate-advanced Japanese language learners with level difference'

Hanako Fujino (Oxford Brooks University), Junko Hagiwara (Oxford University), Kaori Nishizawa (Oxford University), Kazuki Morimoto (University of Leeds) and Yuka Oeda (University of Leeds) <abstract>
'Revisiting Japanese Language Education in the UK: A survey on learners’ and teachers’ perceptions regarding intercultural understanding'

Jane Lowe (York St John University) <abstact>
'Japan in a Textbook : Myth or Reality?
A study of the Genki textbook series'

Kikuko Yui (Kyoto University of Foreign Studies) <abstract>
'Describing Activity for Improving Proficiency in Japanese'

14:20-14:50 DG Foyer

+ Tea Break

14:50-16:05 Lecture Theatre (DG017)

Workshop
Professor Hisashi Noda (National Institute for Japanese Language and Linguistics, Japan) <abstract>
'Creating Materials for Listening Comprehension Lessons in Real Situations'

16:05-16:20 Lecture Theatre (DG017)

Closing Ceremony

 

11:00-12:00

Registration + Lunch

12:00-12:20

Opening Ceremony

12:20-13:50

Keynote Speech
Professor Junko Mori (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA)
‘Conversation Analytic Approaches to Second Language Acquisition Research and Japanese Language Education’

13:50-14:00

Break

14:00-14:30

Presentation 1 - Research

Kazuki Morimoto (University of Leeds)

‘Use of Collocations in English-Japanese Translation made by Intermediate-Pre-Advanced’

14:35-15:05

Presentation 2 - Research

Nami Matsuura (SOAS, University of London)

‘Overuse of Honorifics - Comparison of Advanced L2 Japanese Learners and Native Speakers’

15:05-15:30

Tea Break

15:30-16:00

Presentation 3 – Practical Report

Marina Sereda-Linley (Luton Sixth Form College)

‘Creating Differentiated Lessons: An Example from a Japanese Beginners Course’

16:05-16:35

Presentation 4 - Research

Noriko Uosaki (Osaka University)

‘Seamless L2 Learning Environment Using Learning Log System with E-book’

16:35-16:45

Break

16:45-17:45

BATJ Forum

18:00-19:00

Drink Reception

19:30-

The Library Restaurant

Dinner (Optional)

 
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