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Provisional Programme for the 22nd BATJ Conference

<Provisional Programme> 

Day 1

Thursday 5 September @ Old Library Building, Newcastle University

Time Venue
12:00-13:00 OLB Ground Floor
Reception desk
in front of Court Yard
Registration
13:00-13:20 OLB2.21 Opening Ceremony
13:20-14:50 OLB2.21

Keynote Speech
Dr Shinji Sato (Japanese Language Program, Princeton University) <abstract & biography>
'Language Education for the Social Future: Community Involvement and Japanese Language Education'

14:50-15:15 Atrium in front of OLB2.21 Tea Break
15:20-15:50 Venue A: OLB2.21 Presentation 1 - Practical Report
Mika Takewa, Martin Ward and Kazuki Morimoto (University of Leeds) 'Collaborative Activities in a Japanese-English Bi-directional Translation Class for Undergraduate Students at a British University'
Venue B: OLB2.20 Presentation 2 - Research
Aiko Sano (Sapporo International University)
'What parents do to support the development of high level biliteracy in children: Comparing heritage language families in Canada and the UK'
15:55-16:25 Venue A: OLB2.21 Presentation 3 - Practical Report
Jonathan Bunt (University of Manchester) and Richard Harrison (Kobe University)
'‘Linguistic Landscape’ E-portfolio Fieldwork for Residence Abroad Students'
Venue B: OLB2.20 Presentation 4 - Research
Nobumi Nakai (Meikai University) and Chiga Hayashi (Josai International University)
'Japanese Grammar Conveying Kizukai'
16:25-16-35 Atrium in front of OLB2.21 Break
16:35-17:50 OLB2.21 BATJ Forum
18:00-19:00 OLB1F Courtyard Wine Reception
19:30 County Hotel
(Venue: County Suite)
Dinner (Optional)

Day 2

Friday 6 September 2019 @ Old Library Building, Newcastle University

 

Time Venue
09:00-09:20 OLB Ground Floor
Reception desk
in front of Court Yard
Registration
09:30-10:30 OLB2.21 BATJ AGM
10:30-11:00 Atrium in front of
OLB2.21
Tea Break
11:00-12:00 OLB2.21 Invited Speech
Prof Sugata Mitra (Newcastle University) <abstract & biography>
'A New Literacy'
12:00-13:30 Atrium in front of
OLB2.21
Lunch+Poster Session
12:30-13:30

Poster Presentations (alphabetical order)

Shihoko Aoki (Kyushu University Graduate School of Integrated Science for Global Society)
'Aspects of the Japanese-Brazilian Immigrant Community Viewed from "Colonia-go" - Analysis of the works Published in the Literally Magazine, コロニア文学-'

Toshihiko Kitagawa (Regent's University London)
'Report on trials of continuous participation of students from Japan to the Japanese language class'

Yukihiro Ohashi (University of Latvia)
'A Practical Report on Poster Presentation at University of Latvia -What did Presenters and Audiences Obtain? -'

Dinusha Rambukpitiya (Kurume University)
'Gratitude Expressions by Sinhala And Japanese Native Speakers: Reference to the PAC Analysis'

13:40-14:10 Venue A: OLB2.21 Presentation 5 - Practical Report
Masakazu Kudara (Kansai University of International Studies)
'The Introduction of a Master Text Approach to Elementary Japanese Curriculum -A Practical report at Cardiff University -'
Venue B: OLB2.20 Presentation 6 - Research
Chiga Hayashi (Josai International University) and Nobumi Nakai (Meikai University)
'Connecting Japanese Language Education to Actual Work Situations: Contextualized semantic function in set phrases for customer service'
14:15-14:45 Venue A: OLB2.21 Presentation 7 - Practical Report
Yuko Yamato (Osaka University), Katsuo Tamaoka (Nagoya University) and Nobuhiro Saito (Kyushu University)
'Multi-evaluation criteria for story-writing and their relations to Japanese proficiencies'
Venue B:
OLB2.20

Presentation 8 - Practical Report
Kazuko Sorensen, Toshiko Ishizaki (Nagoya University), Noriji Fujimoto (Yale Gakuen), Sachiko Hida (Siam University)
'THE BIG TREE: Business Talk in Japanese'

14:45-15:15 Atrium in front of
OLB2.21
Tea Break
15:15-16:30 OLB2.21 Workshop
Dr Shinji Sato (Japanese Language Program, Princeton University) <abstract>
16:30-16:45 OLB2.21 Closing Ceremony
 
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