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Proceedings of The 17th Conference of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics (PAAL 2012 in Beijing)

Proceedings of The 16th Conference of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics (PAAL 2011 in Hong Kong)

Proceedings of The 14th Conference of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics (PAAL 2009 in Kyoto)

Proceedings of The 12th Conference of Pan-Pacific Association of Applied Linguistics (PAAL 2009 in Pattaya)



 
 
Aliakbari, M.*, Mashhadialvar, J.** (2006)
*Ilam University, **Islamic Azad Science and Research University Ahvaz Branch
Does it matter who makes comprehension questions? A comparison between the levels of comprehension obtained from Author-generated questions and Student-generated questions pp. 1-7
Al-Sharoufi, H. (2006)
Gulf University for Science and Technology, State of Kuwait
Critical Discourse Analysis of Political Editorials in Some Arabic Newspapers pp. 8-27
Atai, R. M. (2006)
Assistant Professor of TEFL, Islamic Azad University, Qazvin Branch, Iran
EAP Teacher Education : Searching for an effective model integrating Content & language teachers'schemes pp. 28-41
Atai, R. M.*, Sadr L.** (2006)
*Teacher Training University,Tehran,Iran, **Khatam University, Tehran, Iran
A Cross-Cultural Genre Study on Hedging Devices in Discussion Section of Applied linguistics Research Articles pp. 42-57
Chen, Y., Sun, C. (2006)  
Arizona State University
Language Proficiency and Academic Performance pp. 58-72
Furuya, R. (2006)
Nagoya University
Becoming Truly Bilingual and Bicultural n Japan pp. 73-85
Kodachi, K. (2006)
Shiba Junior/Senior High School
A study of the effect of learners' L1 in the process of learning the usages of prepositions from the perspective of cognitive linguistics pp. 86-97
Kondo, Y.*, Ueda, N.*, Tsutsui, E.**, Owada, K.***, Nakano, M.* (2006)
*Waseda University, **Hiroshima International University, ***Ritsumeikan University
Towards a new model of speech evaluation system within the framework of World Englishes in Asia pp. 98-103
Matsumoto, K.*, Kumamoto, T.** (2006)
*Tokai University, **Nagoya Univ. of Foreign Studies
A Study on Rater-related Variables in the Evaluation of L2 Writing pp. 104-115
Matsumoto, N. (2006)
Doshisha Women's College of Liberal Arts
Applying Cognitive Grammar to Pedagogical Grammar: The Case of "To" pp. 116-130
Matsuoka, R. (2006)
National College of Nursing, Japan
Computer Assessment System for English Communication pp. 131-140
Muehleisen, V.*, Shimizu, H.** (2006)
*Waseda University, **University of Colorado
Creating a Community through Asynchronous Communication: Blogging vs. E-mail pp. 141-153
Nakata, T. (2006)
The University of Tokyo, Graduate School
English collocation learning through meaning-focused and form-focused activities: Interactions of activity types and L1-L2 congruence pp. 154-168
O'Grady, W. (2006)  
University of Hawai'i
The Problem of Verbal Inflection in Second Language Acquisition pp. 169-190
Ohba, H. (2006)
Joetsu University of Education
The Acquisition of the Surface Morphological Properties of Relative Clauses and Wh-questions in English by Adult Japanese Speakers pp. 191-201
Okita, Y. (2006)
Tokyo Medical and Dental University, International Student Center
Examining two extreme cases of kanji recognition by Japanese using magnetoencephalography pp. 202-211
Putintseva, T. (2006)
Koryo Intl College, Aichi, Japan
Combining Cooperative Learning and Individualized Approach in a Japanese College EFL Course pp. 212-217
Sato, M. (2006)
School of Education , Waseda University
Exploring Effective English Teaching Method using film scripts among poor learners of English Pilot Study pp. 218-231
Sutthichatchawanwong, W., Luksaneeyanawin, S. (2006)
Graduate Program in English as an International Language, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand
A Study of the Translation of Thai Serial Verb Constructions with Directional Verbs and Their Semantic and Syntactic Equivalence in English pp. 232-244
Switzer, S. (2006)
East Stroudsburg University
A "Triangulated Data" Approach to Assessing Academic English of English Language Learners pp. 245-257
Tan, J., Li, A. (2006)
Northwestern Polytechnic University, Xi'an, China
Study on College Students' Discourse Analysis Competence and their Comprehension and Translation Performance pp. 258-265
Tang, Y. E. (2006)
National Taiwan Normal University
Linguistic Environment as a Determinant of English Countability pp. 266-280
Tsutsui, E.*, Owada, K.**, Kondo, Y.***, Nakano, M.*** (2006)
*Hiroshima International University, **Ritsumeikan University, ***Waseda University
A diagnosis of Japanese EFL Learners' Individual Differences pp. 281-289
Vanniarajan,  M. S. (2006)  
San Jose State University
Human Factors in Holistic Assessment of Writing A Heuristic (Pilot) Study pp. 290-306
Wang, X. (2006)
Department of Chinese, Translation and Linguistics, Language Information Sciences Research Centre, City University of Hong Kong
Different Medium of Instruction, Different Destiny of Language Shift? A Pilot Study in Kuala Lumpur pp. 307-317
Yamaguchi, T. (2006)
Waseda University
Vocabulary Frequency in University Entrance Examination in Japan pp. 318-332


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Koichi Ano Ibaraki University p. 1
The Influence of Learning Strategies in Senior High School Days on English Level of Japanese University Students
Takuma Arai Waseda University p.15
Teaching Politeness in Lower Secondary Schools in Japan Text Analysis of Politeness
Mahmood Reza Atai*, Beheshteh Meratzadeh** *Islamic Azad University of Karaj, Iran, **Khatam University, Tehran, Iran p.31
The Impact of Self, Peer, and Teacher Evaluation on Iranian EFL Students' Writing Performance
Mahmood Reza Atai, Simin Falah Teacher Training University, Tehran, Iran p. 41
A contrastive genre analysis of result and discussion sections of applied linguistic research articles written by native and non-native English speakers with respect to evaluated entities and ascribed values
Kyunghee Choi Hanyang Women's College p. 57
Needs Analysis of Students of Tourism English
Reiko Furuya*, Andrea Carlson** *Nagoya University, **Canterbury Christ Church University College p. 69
Computers, Children and Biliteracy: Research into a Networked Learning Community
Yuko Haraguchi Waseda University p. 81
The acquisition of the sound qualities of /I/ and /i/ by Japanese English learners
Yvonne Pratt-Johnson St. John's University p. 95
Guiding Asian Students through Acquisition of a New Writing Model
Kota Kodachi Shiba Junior/Senior High School p. 105
A Study of Prototype Formation of the Meanings of Prepositions by Japanese and Filipino Learners of English from the Perspective of Cognitive Linguistics
Yusuke Kondo Waseda University p. 129
A Study on Relationship between Language Anxiety and Proficiency: In a Case of Japanese Learners of English
Susumu Kubo Matsuyama University p. 139
On a Japanese speech act Enryo": an analysis of an X-sociative and X-regulative speech act
Rieko Matsuoka National College of Nursing, Japan p. 151
Willingness to Communication among Japanese college students
Michiko Nakano, Norifumi Ueda, Kazuharu Owada, Masanori Oya, Eichiro Tsutsui, Junko Negishi, Makoto Yoshimoto and Yusuke Kondo Waseda University p. 161
Networked English Language Education at Waseda University: Toward creating Asian-Pacific Intelligence (1)
Michiko Nakano*, Matt Bonham**, Kazuharu Owada*, Norifumi Ueda*, Masanori Oya*, Junko Negishi*, and Yusuke Kondo* *Waseda University, **Syracuse University p. 173
Networked English Language Education at Waseda University: Toward creating Asian-Pacific Intelligence (II)- CCDL and Cyber Seminars
Junko Negishi Waseda University p. 185
The Effects of Intensive Communication Activities To Improve Novice Learners' Oral Interaction Skills
Hyesook Park*, Adam R. Lee** *Kunsan National University, **Concordia University p. 197
L2 Learners' Anxiety, Self-Confidence and Oral Performance
Osamu Sawada The University of Chicago p. 209
The Cognitive Patterns of Construals in Comparatives
Yuko Shimizu (Ritsumeikan University), Ken'ichi Yamakawa (Yasuda Women's University), Naoki Sugino (Ritsumeikan University), Hiromasa Ohba (Joetsu University of Education), Michiko Nakano (Waseda University) p. 227
Developing a Sample-Free Grammatical Proficiency Test for SLA Research
Yukinari, Shimoyama Waseda University p. 237
What a CALL Environment Provides Students With
Mitsuyo Suzuki Ehime Prefectural University of Health Sciences p. 245
Seeking for Effective Strategies at Medical Interviews
Eiichiro Tsutsui, Norifumi Ueda, and Michiko Nakano Waseda University p. 257
A multi-dimensional approach to analyzing individual differences of Japanese language learners of English
Norifumi Ueda*, Kota Kodachi** *Waseda University, **Shiba Junior/Senior High School p. 265
Vocabulary Acquisition Process in Second Language Acquisition
Swathi M. Vanniarajan San Jose State University p. 271
Native-nonnative differences in word defining tasks in timed and untimed conditions: An experimental study in interactive model perspective.
Chun, Moon-Young Korea University p. 287
Culture-Specific Concepts of Politeness for Offering Advice
Kimiko Zamma Waseda University p. 297
Contribution of phonetic information to the formation of chunks for Japanese learners of English


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ALIAKBARI, MohammadIlam Universityp.1
The Place Of Culture In The Iranian ELT Textbooks In High School Level
ALINE, David & Yuri HOSODAKanagawa University & Showa Women's Universityp.15
English Activities in Japanese Public Elementary Schools: An Observational Study
BALINT, MartinKwansei Gakuin Universityp.26
Assessing Students' Perceived Language Needs in a Needs Analysis
CHANG, Bok-Myung & Jaekeun LEENamseoul University & Korea Nat'l Univ. of Educationp.44
Korean Curriculum Reforms and the Progressivism
CHENG, Fei-WenNational Chiayi Universityp.56
Audience strategies used by EFL college writers
CHU, HeraKorea Universityp.67
Critical Thinking through Asynchronous On-line Discussions
EIAMPAILIN, JanidaNorth Bangkok Collegep.79
The Phonological Interference of Swatow in Standard Thai by Chinese Speakers in Bangkok
FUJINAGA, FumihisaWaseda Universityp.94
Effects of Oral Reading on EFL Reading Comprehension
HOWARD, Jocelyn & Jae MAJORChristchurch College of Educationp.101
Guidelines for Designing Effective English Language Teaching Materials
JIAN, LiNorthwestern Polytechnical Universityp.158
The Conception of a Flexible EFL Teaching Kit Through Applying Flexible Assembly Theories
KONDO, YusukeWaseda Universityp.300
Language Anxiety as a Predictor for English Proficiency and its Change
KUBO, SusumuMatsuyama Universityp.332
Pragmatics of Vocatives -a speech act theoretic analysis of vocatives
LEE, NariKorea Universityp.132
Is the Chatting between Students Spoken Form, Written Form or Something Else? -Analysis of KWCCDLP (Korea University Waseda University Cross-Cultural Distance Learning Project) Data-
LEE, On-soonKorea Universityp.149
Error Types and Feedback of NNS-NNS Interactions
MATSUOKA, RiekoNational College of Nursingp.165
Willingness to communicate in English among Japanese college students
MIZUNO, ChizukoMukogawa Women's University p.177
Non-native speakers of English teaching English in Japan -Critical Perspectives on TESOL in an Educational Context-
NAKANO, Michiko et al.Waseda Universityp.386
Preliminary Analysis of Grammatical Judgement Test: dative constructions and their passive forms
NAKAYAMA, KenjiWaseda Universityp.185
A Case Study of Using Portfolios to Make Language Learning More Visible at a Japanese Senior High School
NEGISHI, JunkoWaseda Universityp.191
Some Grammatical Features of Junior High School Students' Oral Interactions
NEGISHI, JunkoWaseda Universityp.206
How Do Beginners of English Develop Their Oral Interaction Skills? From A Sociolinguistic Point of View
NEPOMUCENO, Sheila M. De La Salle Universityp.290
An Analysis of Interpersonal Meaning in a Computer Mediated Conversation Using the Systemic-Functional Grammar Approach
OH, Kwan-Young Yosu National Universityp.219
The Phonological Role in English Pronunciation Instruction
OTSUKA, Ken'ichiWaseda Universityp.228
How to determine the optimal number of listening opportunities for listening comprehension tests among Japanese high school learners of English
OYA, Masanori, Norifumi UEDA, & Eiichiro TSUTSUIWaseda Universityp.383
Research of Grammaticality Judgment of Dative Shift by Japanese Learners of English Based on Optimality Theory
OWADA, KazuharuWaseda Universityp.411
The Effective Use of Videoconferencing in Cross-Cultural English Language Instruction
PARK, HyunjuUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-Champaignp.246
English as Fashion : English Mixing in Women's Fashion Magazines
SAHRAGARD, RahmanShiraz Universityp.258
In search of research methodology for Applied Linguistics
SAWADA, OsamuWaseda Universityp.273
The cognitive characteristics of the idiomatic comparative constructions: the case of the no more/less...than constructions
SAEIDI, Mahnaz & Larry CHONGIslamic Azad University of Tabriz & Gyeongju University p.280
Focus on Form Approach in an EFL Context
SHIN, Jeong-hwaKorea Universityp.305
Sentence Production Process in L2 Learning
SII, Hui Ging JeanneCurtin University of Technologyp.110
Genre Analysis & Cultural Variations:A Comparative Analysis of British & Chinese TEFL/TESL Application Letters
SIMS, James M.Tunghai Universityp.314
Changes in the Language Ability of Incoming Freshmen in Taiwan
SUGINO, Naoki et al.Ritsumeikan Universityp.322
The Development of Grammatical Competence of Japanese EFL Learners: Focusing on Dative Alternation
TIAN, ShiaupingNational Taiwan University of Science and Technologyp.360
Data-Driven Learning: Do Learning Tasks and Proficiency Make a Difference?
TSUTSUI, EiichiroWaseda Universityp.395
Exploring Learner Preferences in Cross-Cultural Distance Learning
UEDA, NorifumiWaseda Universityp.406
Correlations between English Preposition and Verbs in understanding the sentences by Second Language Learners of English
VANNIARAJAN, SwathiSan Jose State Universityp.345
Predicting from Introductory Paragraphs: A Pilot Study in Holistic Assessment of College Level Academic (Remedial) Writing
YOSHIMURA, Noriko, Yasushi TERAO, & Chika IKEDAUniversity of Shizuokap.372
What Can We Learn From Students' Test Scores?:"Surface" versus "Deep" Competence
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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 eButf 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
KIM, Hyun-jin
Korea University
A Study of Compliments across Cultures: The Effect of Sociolinguistic Transfer on EFL Learners
p.138
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 studentsf 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 e-gaf: 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

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Benedict Lin Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization Regional Language Centre p.1
English as an International Language: Discourse as an Answer to What to Teach & How to Teach it
Yoji Tanabe Waseda University p.17
Can We Really Teach English As a Global Language?
Yasukata Yano Waseda University p.29
Communicative Competence and English as an International Language
Hye-Young Kim, Jeong-Mi Kim and Kyung-Ja Park Korea University p.37
Who Takes the Leading Role in Peer Group Conversation Between NSs and NNSs of English?- Focusing on Question Form & Frequency.
Kyunghee Choi Korea University p.45
A Study on the Effects of Socioaffective Strategies on Reading Comprehension
Noriko Ishihara University of Minnesota p.62
Formal Instruction on the Speech Act of Giving and Responding to Compliments
Susan Grohs Iwamura and Hye-Young Kim Korea University p.79
Practical English: from Text Chat to Free Speech
Kota Kodachi Waseda University p.85
Error Coding and Error Analysis:for A Better Teaching Method
Taeko Koya Waseda University p.101
Collocation Research based on Corpora Collected from English Textbooks for Japanese Upper Secondary Schools
Maeng, Un Kyoung Korea University p.112
Learners' Memory and Learners' success in Learning English.
Tomoe Mega Waseda University p.122
Evaluation of Public Speech in English
Junko Negishi Waseda University p.131
A Study of English communicative competence of Japanese junior high school students as beginners of English
Kwan-Young Oh Yosu National University p.144
Several Consonant Clusters Phenomena rising in Pronunciation
Nobuko Osada Waseda University p.158
Analysis of Temporal Variables in Modified Speeches: How Native Speakers of English Slow Down Their Speeches?
Masanori Oya Waseda University p.167
An LFG Account of Contrastive Particle -wa in Japanese
Min-Kyung Park and Kyung-Ja Park Korea University p.181
Middle Construction Processing of English by Korean Learners
Osamu Sawada Waseda University p.189
The Scalar if Not Construction: Syntactic, Semantic and Pragmatic Conditions of its Two Readings
Myeong-Hee Seong Seoul Health College p.199
Teaching Model for the Improvement of Oral Communication Skills-Focused on tourism English
Norifumi Ueda Waseda University p.202
Image Schemas and Second Language Learning: A Case Study
Tae Yamazaki Waseda University p.208
Syntactic and Semantic Information in Composition Written by Japanese L2 Learners of English
Naoko Yoshiga, Hiroaki Homma Waseda University p.237
A Comparison of Listening to Time-Compressed Speech and Normal Rate Speed -An Effective Teaching Tool for Foreign Language Listening
Zahra Mustafa Department of Applied English Studies, Faculty of Arts and Science, University of Science and Technology Irbid Jordan p.244
Non-courseware Factors Involved in Using Multimedia in Foreign Language Instruction
Kenji Nakayama Waseda University p.260
Assessing Cultural Learning: A Study of Portfolios
Jeong-hwa Shin Korea University p.266
Topic Initiation and Topic continuation in Computer-mediated Discourse- A Case of native English Speaker vs. Non- native English Speaker
Kyung-ja Park*, Michiko Nakano** *Korea University, **Waseda University p.289
CCDL Project: Learning through Cooperation and Collaboration

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