Provisional Programme for the 21st BATJ Conference
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Provisional Programme for the 21st BATJ Conference

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Day 1

Friday 31 August @ Priory Road Complex, University of Bristol

Time Venue
11:00-12:00

 

Registration
12:00-12:20

 

Opening Ceremony
12:20-13:50 Lecture Theatre

Keynote Speech
Professor Isao Iori (Hitotsubashi University, Japan) <abstract>
'How should grammar be written for production? : A case study of passive, causative and (in)transitive'

13:50-14:15
Tea Break
14:20-14:50 Lecture Theatre

Presentation 1 - Practical report
Martin Ward, Kazuki Morimoto and Mika Takewa (University of Leeds) <abstract>
'A Practical Example of a Japanese Translation Module for Undergraduate Students at a British University
-Characteristics and challenges-'

14:55-15:25 Lecture Theatre

Presentation 2 - Practical report
Jonathan Bunt (The University of Manchester) <abstract>
'Developing Translation Skills through E-portfolios
A Journey through Real Fiction on Hankyu-densha'

15:25-15:35
Break
15:35-16:05 Lecture Theatre

Presentation 3 - Research
Nobumi Nakai (Meikai University) and Chiga Hayashi (Josai International University) <abstract>
'On “Sassi” as Linguistic Knowledge for Learners of Japanese:Pragmatic processes involved in looking after guests'

16:10-16:40 Lecture Theatre

Presentation 4 - Research
Masakazu Kudara (Cardiff University) <abstract>
'Sense of plausibility revisited
Japanese language education and its implication for teacher education'

16:40-16:50
Break
16:50-17:50
BATJ Forum
18:00-19:00 Foyer Wine Reception
19:30- Goldney Hall Dinner (Optional)

Day 2

Saturday 1 September

 

Time Venue
09:00-09:20
Registration
09:30-10:30 Lecture Theatre BATJ AGM
10:30-11:00 Tea Break
11:00-12:00 Lecture Theatre

Invited Speech
Dr Ian Foster (University of Bristol) <abstract>

12:10-12:40 Lecture Theatre Presentation 5 - Practical report
Takako Toda (Waseda University) <abstract>
'Japanese Online Pronunciation Course on Global MOOCs -Blended Learning using English Subtitles and Translation Files-'
12:40-14:00

Lunch + Poster Presentation

13:10-14:00 Foyer

Poster Presentations (alphabetical order)

Yukari Hashimoto (Yokohama National University) <abstract>
'Analogy activating teaching materials for multi-sense words'

Yutaro Odo (Waseda University) <abstract>
'Production of Japanese Special-Morae and Contracted-sound by British-English-native-speakers and German-native-speaker'

Rie Oguma (The University of Tokyo / Ghent University) <abstract>
'Acquisition of Japanese Pronunciation by Russian University Students'

Yukihiro Ohashi (University of Latvia) <abstract>
'Conjunctive Particles “Kara” and “Node” Representing Cause and Reason -From Structural and Phonetic Aspect-'

Kazumi Tachikawa (Ryutsu Keizai University) <abstract>
Developing Intermediate and Advanced Level Japanese Learners’ Ability to Act Spontaneously in Disasters: Cultivating Self-help and Mutual -help'

14:10-14:40 Lecture Theatre

Presentation 6 - Practical report
Sakie Chiba (University of Edinburgh) <abstract>
'Attempt to make use of course evaluation questionnaires to improve classes -Course design revision through continuous needs analysis-'

14:45-15:15 Lecture Theatre Presentation 7 - Research
Chiga Hayashi (Josai International University) and Nobumi Nakai (Meikai University) <abstract>
'Discourse Analyses for Expressing the “Spirit” of Omotenashi in Hospitality and Customer Service Industries: Perspectives from semantic formulas'
15:15-15:40 Tea Break
15:45-17:00 Lecture Theatre

Workshop
Professor Isao Iori (Hitotsubashi University, Japan) <abstract>

17:00-17:15 Lecture Theatre

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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