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『JACET九州・沖縄支部研究紀要No. 24』投稿論文の募集
Annual Review of English Learning and Teaching No. 24


締め切り: 2019年5月31日(金)
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『JACET九州・沖縄支部研究紀要No. 23』投稿論文の募集
Annual Review of English Learning and Teaching No. 23


締め切り: 2018年5月31日(木)   ※ 期限厳守 (6/1以降投稿は受理不可となります)

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送り先: 金岡 正夫(鹿児島大学)支部紀要編集委員長宛
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E-mail address: k7217169@kadai.jp
Note: Email subject: 「支部紀要No.23投稿論文」or
“Shibu-Kiyou No. 23 article submission”



Annual Review of English Learning and Teaching

(ISSN: 1343-3105)



No. 20 (2015)

No.19 (2014)

No.18 (2013)

No.17 (2012)

No.16 (2011)

No.15 (2010)

*No.1~No. 14の情報については、以下のリストをご覧ください。

No. 1 (1996) ~ No. 14 (2009)

No. 1 (1996)

To Celebrate Publishing the First Research Bulletin of the JACET Kyushu-Okinawa Chapter

Ikuo Koike…1

Witnessing the Birth of the Chapter Journal

Fumio Miyahara…2

In Celebration of the First Issue of The JACET Kyushu-Okinawa Chapter Journal

Mikio Namoto…3


Retesting Schachter's Hypotheses

Chieko Kawauchi…5

Perspectives on Pedagogic Grammar in English Language Teaching: A Study of the Acquisition of Ergatives by Japanese Learners

Yoko Shomura…17

心理特性と外国語習得の接点についての考察―Ambiguity Toleranceをめぐって―
(A Critical Study of the Relationship Between Ambiguity Tolerance and Second Language Learning)

林 日出男 (Hideo Hayashi)…37

Native Speakers' Reactions Towards Non-Native Speakers' Inappropriate Uses of Auxiliaries in Giving Suggestions in English

Koji Morishita…51

Relative Markedness and Contrastive Analysis: Dative Alternation and Passive Construction in Second Language Acquisition

Ron-Ron Kao…65

Tense in Indirect Reporting Discourse in Spoken English

Tomoko I. Sakita…83

A Study of Japanese Learners' Acquisition of English Subjacency in Wh-Movement and Topicalization

Toshihiro Shimizu …99

A Comparative Study of EFL Learning Motivation among College Students in China, Korea and Japan

Chapter Research Project Team…117

No. 2 (1997)


Tense Alternation in English Conversational Narratives

Tomoko I. Sakita…1

Designing and Testing Vocabulary Training Methods and Materials for Japanese College Students Studying English as a Foreign Language

John Paul Loucky…15

Increasing Opportunities for Interaction and Facilitating Learner Autonomy by the Use of the Internet

Chizuko Suzuki, Julie Keaten-Reed, & Koichi Nozaki…37

Research Report:

The Relationship Between Field Dependence/Independence and Discrete Grammar Test Performance

Yoshino Futemma …53

No. 3 (1998)


Comparative Study of a Traditional Grammar-translation Method Task and a Simulation Task

Yasuo Nakatani …1

Strategies for Teaching Second Language Writing to Japanese EFL College Students: Process Approach vs. Product Approach

Akihiko Higuchi…13

The Influence of Proficiency in English Pronunciation on a Phonological Change in Japanese (Shi)

Keiko Hirano …29

On the Emotive Facet of Focalisation in Joyce's 'A Little Cloud'

Tatsuaki Tomioka …51

No. 4 (1999)


A Study on Teaching Listening to Korean University Students Learning English as a Foreign Language

Junil Oh & Yangkeun Park …1

Zibun in SLA Studies: A Survey on the Translation of English to Japanese

Hideki Matsuo…15

(A Comparative Study of Textbooks in Japan and the Republic of Korea: Focusing on Continuity from Junior through Senior High School)

清永 克己 (Katsumi Kiyonaga)…29

A Developmental Process of Interactional Strategies and Discourse Production through the Internet Communication Practice

Chizuko Suzuki, Koichi Nozaki & Julie Keaten-Reed…39

(A Study of Personality Change and English Proficiency: A Report on Japanese College Students in a One-Month English Intensive Program in America)

磯田 隆啓 (Takahiro Isoda)…51

Perspectives on Communicative Language Teaching in the Ecosystem of Japanese Culture

Hideo Hayashi…63

Word Association Patterns of Japanese Novice EFL Learners: A Preliminary Study

Mitsuru Orita…79

No. 5 (2000)


Japanese Novice EFL Learners and Features of the Stream of Speech: Replication Activities

Mitsuru Orita…1

A Preliminary Case Study in the Application of Group Work in English Classrooms in Japan

Yumi Inoue & Takako Shimizu…17

An Analysis of Reading Comprehension Strategies in First and Second Languages

Kathy Johnson…33

Me or Myself: A Cognitive Approach to the Difference between Pronouns and Reflexives

Hideyuki Yoshinaga…51

Item Facility, Item Discrimination, and Reliability of the English Diagnostic Test

Jan E.J. Stewart…65

Teaching English in Elementary Schools in Korea: Present and Future

Mae-Ran Park…85

The Relationship between Word-association and Students Lexical Development

Chizuru Shimotori…99

(A Study on EFL Learning Strategies among Japanese High School Students: Using Needs Analysis)

中谷 安男 (Yasuo Nakatani) & 高瀬 文広 (Fumihiro Takase)…119

A Comparative Study on English Listening and Reading Comprehension between Japanese and Korean High School Students

Masayoshi Kinoshita, Hiroshi Shimatani, Terry Laskowski, Hiroki Yamamoto & Masashi Takemura…131

No. 6 (2001)


Rethinking Class Discussion: The Role of the Teacher in the Generation of Classroom Interaction

Reiko Mori…1

Synonymously-used Translation Equivalents as Evidence of Language Separation by an English-Japanese: Bilingual Infant at the One-word Stage

Yasushi Mitarai…19

Pedagogical Value of Not-Contractions: A Computer Corpus Analysis

Kimihiro Irie…33

A Quantitative Analysis of Reading Difficulty in Japanese and Korean: Junior High School English Textbooks

Robert J. Fouser & Katsumi Kiyonaga…47

The Role of Native English-Speaking Teachers in the Korean EFL Education System

Hwa-ja Lee…61

Awareness of Reading Strategies and Reading Proficiency in EFL

Miki Hashiguchi…79

Curricular and Extracurricular Indicators of Foreign Language Performance

Jan E.J. Stewart…95

No. 7 (2002)


A Comprehensive Analysis of Lower Secondary English Textbooks Used in Malaysia and Indonesia, and a Comparison with Japan

Jan Stewart & Mikio Namoto…1

The Development of an Interpretation

Reiko Mori…19

Korea's Recent History of Reformation in English Education at the College Level

Hoo-Dong Kang…31

Current Situation of English Education in Japan: Compared to the Innovations of English Education in Korea

Tsuyoshi Kanamori…45

CALL Teaching Materials and the Teacher's Roles

Hideko Nakano…57

Development of On-line Software for Checking Vocabulary Level

Hisako Yamauchi, Ichiro Takenaka, Shohei Kawaramoto & Katsuhiko Nakano…69

No. 8 (2003)


Comparing the Reading Sections of the National Unified Exam English Tests of Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan

Hiroshi Shimatani, Masayoshi Kinoshita, Atsushi Otsu, Terry Laskowski, Yuji Okuda & Hiroki Yamamoto…1

Assessing an Electronic Textbook through Student Usage Patterns and Attitudes and Instructor Feedback

Stephen F. Culhane & Hisayasu Ito…19

Vocabulary Learning Strategies of Japanese EFL Learners: Their Actual Use and Perception of Usefulness

Mitsuru Orita…27

Investigating Teachers' Theories on Computer Assisted Language Learning

Larry Kimber…43

An Analysis of the 10th Grade Korean English Textbooks Under the 7th Curriculum Revision

Mae-Ran Park & Kang-Oak Suh…59

Research Report:

A Retrospective Micro-evaluation of ELT Materials

Timothy Stewart …85

No. 9 (2004)


Investigating the Potential of the 2000 Word Level Test as a Placement Test for Elementary-Level Japanese EFL Learners

Mitsuru Orita…1

Finding a Balance between Accuracy and Communicative Competence in Student L2 Production: The Role of Teacher Questions

William Collins & Shinji Ogasawara…15

Analysis of Fm Theta Rhythm in L2 English Rhythm Acquisition

Hideko Nakano, Natsuko Yoshida & Kiyohisa Natsume…31

(A Pilot Study of Interaction Patterns and Communication Training in One Elementary School Class)

森 礼子 (Reiko Mori) & 山鹿 真人 (Makoto Yamaga)…37

No. 10 (2005)


Creativity-Developing Activities in Engineering-Focused ESP Class

Masao Kanaoka…1

L2 Acquisition of WH-Movement and Subject Auxiliary Inversion by Japanese-Speaking Learners of English

Yoko Shomura-Isse & Masahiko Dansako…17

Korean Students' Pronunciation of Minimal Pairs of English Words with a Fricative

Byunggon Yang…35

Research Reports:

Grammar Consciousness-Raising Activities and Interpretation Grammer Activities in Second Language Learning

William Collins & Shinji Ogasawara…47

(A Review of Empirical Research on Dictation in Foreign Language Learning Teaching: Suggestions for a "Diagnostic Dictation Test")

東矢 光代 (Mitsuyo Toya)…59

No.11 (2006)


(The Effects of Learner's Native-language Proficiency on Their English Learning)

長 加奈子 (Kanako Cho)…1

Research Report:

(A Pilot Study of the Technique of Repeating for Improving University Students' Listening Proficiency)

小笠原 真司 (Shinji Ogasawara)…13

(Needs Analysis of English Language after Graduating from University: What the Results of Interviews with University Graduates Who Need a Command of English at Work Tell Us)

津田 晶子 (Akiko Tsuda)…27

A Vocabulary Analysis to Investigate Authentic Speaking Expressions in the University Testing Center Examinations of English

Asuka Saruwatari, Chizuko Suzuki & Steven Donald…43

No. 12 (2007)


Video Materials with Follow-Up Tasks in the EAP Class: Pedagogical Impact

Masao Kanaoka…1

Research Reports:

The Study of Akira Kurosawa: Insights for EIL Educators and Learners

Rie Karatsu…19

Asia TEFL, TESOL, Multiculturalism, and Teacher Development

Reiko Mori…31

Extended Abstracts:

The 21st Annual Conference Symposium:
In search of Good Practice: Learning Strategies and Learning Tasks in EFL/ESL

Why Was Our Symposium Entitled "Learning Strategies and Tasks"?

Hiroki Yamamoto…39

Metacognition and EFL Learning: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives

Osamu Takeuchi…41

What Makes Successful English Learners?: Answers and Questions in Language Learning Strategy Research

Kim Shinhye…45

A Critical Look at Learning Strategy Research and Some Ideas about Task Structures

Chieko Kawauchi…55

Project Work Designed to Develop Learners' Metacognition

Naoko Ozeki…61

How to Introduce Listening Strategies into EFL Classroom Contexts

Yasuo Nakatani…67

No. 13 (2008)


Raising Students' Awareness of Clause Relations and Lexical Repetition in Persuasive Writing: Reports from Group Activities

William Collins & Shinji Ogasawara…1

第二言語習得における「名詞句の接近度階層」の妥当性検証: なぜ属格は高い正確度で解答されるのか
(Determinig the Validity of the Noun Phrase Accessibility Hierarchy (NPAH) in Second Language Acquisition: Why Second Language Learners Comprehend GEN in Grammaticality Judgement Tests More Accurately Than the NPAH Initially Predicts)

伊藤 彰浩 (Akihiro Ito)…17

(A Study on the Scoring Methods of a Cloze Test)

長 加奈子 (Kanako Cho)…33

(The Intelligibility of English Diphthongs Produced by Japanese Learners)

上斗 晶代 (Akiyo Joto)…45

(A Comparative Study of Japanese, Korean and Taiwanese Official Curriculum Guidelines for Senior High School English)

清永 克己 (Katsumi Kiyonaga)、小川 直義 (Naoyoshi Ogawa)、平井 清子 (Seiko Hirai)、ロバート・ファウザー (Robert Fouser)…61

Research Reports:

The Effectiveness of Blended Learning: CALL and Paper-Based Materials

Hisako Yamauchi & Mariko Oda…71

Corpus Analysis of Written Hedging Devices Used by Japanesee Teachers of English, Japanese EFL Learners and Native Speakers of English

Tetsuya Kashiwagi…83

Pedagogical Impacts of Using a Self-Reflection Sheet in EFL Classes: Aimed at Self-Awareness for Successful Language Learning Strategies

Masao Kanaoka…95

A Corpus-Based Analysis of English Verb Collocations: Basic Data for More Authentic Spoken English Textbooks for Japanese EFL Learners

Asuka Saruwatari…111

(Making Better Use of CALL and LAN System: An Example at the University of Nagasaki)

内田 智子 (Tomoko Uchida)…131

No. 14 (2009)


学習者の語彙を増強させる: 課外CALLと復習テストによる難語学習の効果
(Developing Learners' Vocabulary: Effects of Self-Study CALL and Review Tests on Difficult Words)

河内 千栄子 (Chieko Kawauchi)…1

(Two Versions of the TOEIC® Test: A Comparative Study Based on the Rasch Model)

島谷 浩 (Hiroshi Shimatani)、法月 健 (Ken Norizuki)、伊藤 彰浩 (Akihiro Ito)、木下 正義 (Masayoshi Kinoshita)…17

A Self-Focused College EFL Course: Exploration of Its True Meaning beyond School

Masao Kanaoka…33

Process-Oriented Modelに基づく日本人大学生の英語学習動機づけについて―定量的・定性的調査から見えてくるもの―
(L2 Learning Motivation of Japanese College Students Based on the Process-Oriented Model: What the Results of Quantitative and Qualitative Studies Suggest)

長 加奈子 (Kanako Cho)…53

Invited Contributions:

Axioms for a Theory of Intercultural Communication Competence

Brian H. Spitzberg…69

(Effectiveness of the Concept of World Englishes in English Education in Japan)

吉川 寛 (Hiroshi Yoshikawa)…83

Note: The titles of the articles written in Japanese and their authors' names are shown in Japanese with their English translations in parentheses.