Poster presentation

P-1 Aya Kitagawa, Akiko Watanabe and Hideyuki Kumaki    
  A Path to developing oral proficiency: speaking rate, silent pauses and fillers 261 - 268
P-2 Wakako Kobayashi    
  Individual Difference in Intellectual Development from Vygotsky's Sociocultural Perspective 269 - 270
P-3 Mun Koo Kang    
  How to prepare for an English Guidebook for Teaching English thru English in S. Korea 271 - 274
P-4 Bok-Myung, Chang    
  The Origin and Development of Asian Englishes 275 - 279
P-5a Eunpyo Lee    
  Gender difference in medical students' English competence 280 - 283
P-5b Eunpyo Lee    
  A Study on Examining Nursing Journal Abstract 280 - 283
P-6 Eun-Mi Yang    
  Association between English Learning Motivation and Language Proficiency by College Students in an EFL Context 284 - 287
P-7 Ho Han    
  Preferences in ambiguity resolution of relative clauses 288 - 289
P-8 Hye-ryeong Hahn    
  Acquisition through meaning negotiation, non-negotiated input and non-negotiated output in the Web-chat context 290 - 291
P-9 Junko Negishi    
  Measurement of Accuracy in Group Oral Interaction 292 - 297
P-10 Feifei Han    
  Inhibition or compensation: the role of lower level processing in FL reading and incidental vocabulary learning? 298 - 300
P-11 Mohammad Aliakbari and Akram Sadeghdaghighi    
  Investigation of the Relationship between Gender, Field of Study, and Critical Thinking Skill: the Case of Iranian Students 301 - 310
P-12 Yuya KOGA    
  Online Self-learning System for ESP Specializing in the Field of Intellectual Property Business 311 - 312
P-13 Masanori OYA    
  Syntactic Dependency Distance as Sentence Complexity Measure 313 - 316
P-14 Takako Machimura, Ayumi Wakasa and Kouichi Ano    
  Creating Learning Space to Supplement the English Curriculum 317 - 320
P-15 Matsusaka Nobuhiko and Horiguchi Kanji    
  The Effects of Classroom Oral Practice on Adolescent Novice Japanese EFL Learners' Grammatical Proficiency 321 - 324
Q-1 Nozomi Kato    
  The Common Features Among 'Japanese Englishes' 325 - 328
Q-2 Kazuharu Owada, Hajime Tsubaki, Eiichiro Tsutsui and Victoria Muehleisen    
  Grammatical and ungrammatical uses of intransitive verbs in essays written by Japanese learners of English: A large-scale corpus analysis 329 - 330
Q-3 Yuko Tominaga    
  A Pilot Study on Strategies for Reading -From the Viewpoint of Remedial Teaching 331 - 332
Q-4 Tomoka Noguchi and Nami Iwaki    
  Differences in student major on affective components of language learning 333 - 336
Q-5 Michiko Nakano, Naoki Sugino, Kojiro Shojima, Kenichi Yamakawa, Hiromasa Ohba and Yuko Shimizu    
  A reanalysis: a developmental study of intransitive verbs, transitive verbs, ditransitive verbs and logical subjects in Xcomps among Japanese learners of English based on Item Response Theory (IRT) and Latent Rank Theory(LRT) 337 - 344
Q-6 Michiko Nakano and Satoshi Yoshida    
  An Experimental Study of Critical Reading and Writing Program: an analysis of pre-task and post-task 345 - 352
Q-7 Hyesook Park    
  Genred-Based Instruction and the Development of Expository Writing in English 353 - 356
Q-8 Satoshi Yoshida and Michiko Nakano    
  A Pilot Study on the Relationship between Learning Climate in English Classroom and Students' Motivation toward the Classroom Activities 357 - 364
Q-9 Myeong-Hee Seong    
  University-level English Curriculum for High School Students in Korea 365 - 368
Q-10 Myeong-Hee Seong    
  Suggestions for the College Intensive English Camp Program 369 - 370
Q-11 Eiichiro Tsutsui, Kazuharu Owada, Norifumi Ueda, and Michiko Nakano    
  Giving tangible support to online EFL learners 371 - 374
Q-12 Norifumi Ueda    
  A case study of developmental process in L2 vocabulary acquisition: Image schema, inference and integration of concepts in the mental lexicon 375 - 380
Q-13 Norifumi Ueda, Kazuharu Owada, Eiichiro Tsutsui, Yusuke Kondo, Masanori Oya, and Michiko Nakano    
  A case study of developing a vocabulary testing (2): A progressive report 381 - 384
Q-14 Noriko Aotani, Naoki Sugino, Taichi Kameyama, and Yuya Koga    
  An Analysis on How Derivation Inferences Instruction Affects Acquisition of Polysemous Senses of Words of Japanese Learners of English 385 - 388

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