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BATJ Journal No.19 2018

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Contents

Part I: Short Paper

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An Experiment of Effective Pronunciation Training in Japanese Beginners Classes:
Learning through discovery and kinaesthetic modalities?<abstract>
Kiyo Roddis

Part II: Annual Conference Presentation Reports

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?Communicating in Japanese: A course in listening and speaking skills?
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Part III: BATJ 2017-2018 Activity Reports

The 20th BATJ Conference: Keynote Speech
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The 20th BATJ Conference: Invited Speech
Processing Instruction and the Second Language Acquisition of Japanese
Alessandro Benati
The 20th BATJ Conference Programme

Abstracts from the 20th BATJ Conference Presentations


Revisiting Japanese Language Education in the UK:
A survey on learners and teachers perceptions regarding intercultural understanding
Hanako Fujino
Junko Hagiwara
Kaori Nishizawa
Kazuki Morimoto
Yuka Oeda
Content and Language Integrated Approach to a Japanese Studies Module:
A practical report at Cardiff University
Masakazu Kudara
Japan in a Textbook: Myth or Reality
A study of the Genki textbook series
Jane Lowe
An Analysis of the "Verbalizing Study-Abroad Experience in Japan" Project
and Its Application in Japanese Language Education
Akiko Murata
An Experiment of Effective Pronunciation Training in Japanese Beginners Classes:
Learning through discovery and kinaesthetic modalities
Kiyo Roddis
In and Out of the Classroom with Multi-media Coursebook Kazuko Sorensen
Mikiko Inoue
The Practice of Academic Japanese Based on ARCS Model:
Attempts for intermediate-advanced Japanese language learners with level difference
Kaoru Takahashi
A Study of "masuka" and "mashoka"
From the viewpoint of the actual status of the usage and the pedagogical grammar
Kazuko Tojo
Describing Activity for Improving Proficiency in Japanese Kikuko Yui
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