Proceedings of The 8th Conference of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics

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ALIAKBARI, Mohammad Ilam University On the limitation of SLA/ SCA parallelism: A case for cultural recognition vs. cultural production p.1
ANO, Kouichi Waseda University Fluency and Accuracy in the Spoken English of Japanese High School Learners p.9
BANG, Young-Joo Myongji University Developing Communicative Competence through Drama-oriented Activities in an EFL Classroom p.19
CHANG, Bok-Myung Namseoul University English Textbook Analysis for Developing the 8th National Curriculum: Focused on Discourse Study Using Discourse Completion Tasks p.35
CHOI, Kyunghee Korea University A discourse analysis of students' interaction for reading comprehension p.50
CHU, Hera Korea University A study of negotiation of meaning in Synchronous Computer-mediated Communication Between Non-native Speakers of Japanese and Korean p.64
FUJINAGA, Fumihisa Waseda University A Pilot Study: The relationship between reading-aloud performance and reading proficiency in English p.76
HARAGUCHI, Yuko Waseda University The Acquisition of Aspiration of Voiceless Stops and Intonation Patterns of English of Adult English Learners: Pilot Study p.83
HAYANO, Kaoru Waseda University Utterances With a Discourse Marker ‘But’ and Their Nuclear Tones -From a Relevance Theoretical View- p.92
HONG, Young-Ji Korea University Interactional Sociolinguistic analysis of Argumentative Strategies: between Japanese and Korean graduate students p.98
KANG, Sun-mi, Jae-young, Song & Kee-ho, Kim Korea University Intonational Characteristics of Korean Focus Realization by American Learners of Korean p.125
KODACHI, Kota & Yuki Katayose Waseda University A study of the relationship between the topics of discussion and students' motivation in cyber conferences p.130
    A Study of Compliments across Cultures: The Effect of Sociolinguistic Transfer on EFL Learners p.138
KIM, Hyun-jin Korea University    
KIM, Jonghee Cheonan Foreign Language College Presentation Strategies in Conference English p.148
KIM, Jinah Korea University Considerations for Testing Speech Acts in TOEFL p.159
KIM Jinhee & Joo-yeon Wee Korea University Politeness Strategy of Koreans and Americans p.163
KIM, Jin-seok KICE On Developing EFL Learner's Readability Based on the Learner-Centered Curriculum p.170
KIM, Jung Hwa Korea University EFL writing problems in the Korean students p.180
KIM, Jungmi Korea University A Study on Negotiation of Meaning in NNS-NNS Interactions -Focusing on Synchronous CMC- p.190
KIM, Ki-Soo Semyung University The Role of Similarity and Familiarity in the Metaphor and Simile Preference p.211
KONDO, Yusuke Waseda University Factors of listening comprehension evaluated by dictation p.223
LEE, Eun-pyo Eulji University English Curriculum in Korean Medical Colleges p.591
LEE, On-soon Korea University The Case of Apology: Comparison between Korean and Japanese as NNS p.580
LONG, Chris Sophia University Teaching Critical Thinking in Western and Non-Western Contexts: Cultural Imperialism and Practical Necessity p.229
MATSUOKA, Rieko National College of Nursing An Analysis of the Oral Academic Discourse in Discussions p.235
MIZUNO, Chizuko University of Queensland A Comparative Study of Teacher Education in Japan, Korea and Australia p.247
MURAKAMI, Ikuyo Waseda University Distinctive Features of L2 Writings by Japanese Senior High School Students p.575
NAKANO, Michiko et al. Waseda University Preliminary Analysis of Grammatical Judgement Test: dative constructions and their passive forms p.253
NAKAYAMA, Kenji Waseda University A Case Study of Developing Autonomy in a Portfolio-Oriented English Class at a Japanese Senior High School p.304
NAKAYAMA, Kenji Waseda University A Case Study of Developing Autonomy in a Portfolio-Oriented English Class at a Japanese Senior High School--- Focusing on two students’ portfolios p.314
NEGISHI, Junko Waseda University Strategic and Discourse Competence of Japanese Junior High School Students p.317
OKITA, Yoko Tokyo Medical & Dental University On-line chat and Web based composition: a case study of combining two text based Internet activities p.330
OTSUKA, Ken'ichi Waseda University The problem of Japanese High School Midterm and End of term Tests p.336
OYA, Masanori Waseda University On the Properties of Japanese Case Marker ‘-ga’: An LFG Account p.349
PARK, Heesuk NamSeoul Univerisity A study on diphthong and low vowel pronunciation lengths of Chungnam and Gyungnam collegians p.361
PARK, Kyeong-min, Ok-hwa Lee, and Jong-mi Kim Kangwon National University English Rhythm in foreign Language Education for Korean Learners p.368
PARK, Kyung-ja & Min-kyung Park Korea University Inter-language Development of Korean Learners of English p.373
PARK, Kyung-Ja, Nack-Seung Baek, & Kyung-Mi Chung Korea Univ. & Kangwon National Univ. The Role of CCDL in the EFL Classroom p.381
SAHRAGARD, Rahman Shiraz University A Cultural Script Analysis of a Politeness feature in Persian p.399
SAWADA, Osamu Waseda University The Two-dimensional Scale of the Concessive Conditional Construction: The Case of English Even if Construction p.424
SHIN, Jeong-hwa Korea University What makes less fluent learners differ from fluent speakers?: Individual learner differences, learning style, and learning strategies p.434
SHIN, Jeong-hwa & Se-jin, O Korea University Communication Strategies in Text-Based Interaction between NNS & NNS p.444
SUNAGA, Minako Waseda University A Study of Interviews: The Roles of Interviewer and Interviewee p.452
TSUTSUI, Eiichiro Waseda University What can EFL Learners Learn from Computer-Mediated Communication Activities? p.473
TSUTSUI, Eiichiro Waseda University Analysis of Mean Length of Utterance in Computer-Mediated Communication p.481
TSUTSUI, Eiichiro Waseda University An Implementation of the CCDL Project at Waseda University and its Affiliated Universities p.491
TSUTSUI, Eiichiro Waseda University Conversational Features of Text-based Computer-Mediated Communication p.503
TSUTSUI, Eiichiro Waseda University Graphic Features of Text-based Computer-Mediated Communication p.519
UEDA, Norifumi Waseda University How do the SLA Learners Understand the Deictic Verb, Come? - A case study from the perspective of cognitive semantics p.524
WATANABE, Akane Waseda University The language recognition ability of four-month-old infants in English and Japanese spoken by a bilingual and Japanese monolingual woman p.529
YAMAZAKI, Tae Waseda University Distributional Analysis of Tense and Aspect Morphology in L2 Input with Relation to Lexical Classes of Verbs p.547
YAMURA-TAKEI, Mitsuko & Miho FUJIWARA Hiroshima City University & Willamette University Understanding Zeros and Coherence in Japanese p.561