Publications

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NanKyu Publications

NanKyu JALT's main publication is Selected Papers from SUTLF, which contains proceedings from the Sojo University Teaching & Learning Forum. For questions regarding this publication contact Larry Xethakis at sutlfproceedings@nankyujalt.org.

SUTLF Selected Papers


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ISSN: 2435-2381Published in Kumamoto City, Japan

SUTLF 5 x JASAL Selected Papers

With a focus on making connections outside, as well as inside, the classroom, the papers in the journal represent research papers relevant to both self-access learning in self-access centers and beyond, practice reports offering a detailed description of practice in a particular setting, and three short, reflective pieces written by three of the recipients of the JASAL student grants. Click on the links below to access each full-length article.

  • Complete volume (PDF Link) (Page Link)
  • Bankole, A. (2019). Making Peer Support a Part of the SAC Experience. SUTLF5xJASAL Selected Papers, 78-87. (Link)
  • Chiba, M. (2019). How Student Staff Members Can Make “the All Rooms” a Better Place . SUTLF5xJASAL Selected Papers, 102-105. (Link)
  • Fukutome, M. (2019). Connection Over a Cup of Tea: How to Enhance Authentic Communication Skills. SUTLF5xJASAL Selected Papers, 58-77. (Link)
  • Lavolette, E. (2019). A Very Brief Introduction to US Language Centers. SUTLF5xJASAL Selected Papers, 4-25. (Link)
  • Namaizawa, K. & Noguchi, N. (2019). Administrative Support for Student Involvement in the SALC. SUTLF5xJASAL Selected Papers, 88-101. (Link)
  • Oikawa, T. (2019). Report of My Presentation at JASAL2018XSUTLF5. SUTLF5xJASAL Selected Papers, 106-109. (Link)
  • Remmerswaal, R. (2019). Blended Learning—Theory Practiced in an ELL University Classroom. SUTLF5xJASAL Selected Papers, 26-42. (Link)
  • Rowberry, J. &, Hirschel, R. (2019). Teacher Talk in Japanese Elementary School English Classes: Making Connections. SUTLF5xJASAL Selected Papers, 43-57. (Link)
  • Toyoshima, N. (2019). A Reflection on My Experience Attending the Conference. SUTLF5xJASAL Selected Papers, 110-111. (Link)
SUTLF5xJASAL_Selected_Papers.pdf

SUTLF 2018 Selected Papers

With a focus on English Beyond the Classroom, the published papers represent a range of approaches that are both theoretical and innovative, while remaining relevant to day-to-day life in the language learning classroom. Click on the links below to access each full-length article.

  • Complete volume (PDF Link) (Page Link)
  • Cullen, B., & Mulvey, S. (2019). Magic moments: Positive psychology in action in the classroom. SUTLF2018 Selected Papers, 1, 1-11. (Link)
  • Lambert, G. (2019). Scripted versus unscripted English conversation: Student voices. SUTLF2018 Selected Papers, 1, 12-21. (Link)
  • Ostman, D. (2019). Reinterpreting empathy in intercultural competence. SUTLF2018 Selected Papers, 1, 22-34. (Link)
  • Ott, C. (2019). Personalized speech tests: Increasing motivation and speaking abilities. SUTLF2018 Selected Papers, 1, 35-44. (Link)
  • Xethakis, L. (2019). Collaborative curriculum development: A tool for change. SUTLF2018 Selected Papers, 1, 45-54. (Link)
SULTF2018_Selected_Papers.pdf

Past Selected Papers

SUTLF 2017 Selected Papers

  • Complete volume (PDF Link) (Page Link)
  • Frazier, E., Worden, D., & Asquith, S. (2018). Developing English fluency and a global view through music. Selected Papers from SUTLF 2017, 1, 6-20. (Link)
  • Ostman, D. (2018). Using literature to increase intercultural competence for global understanding. Selected Papers from SUTLF 2017, 1, 21-56. (Link)
  • Passos, A. (2018). Creating materials for ESL classrooms: A pilot implementation and report of material creation for students with mixed language abilities. Selected Papers from SUTLF 2017, 1, 57-74. (Link)
  • Shindo, T. (2018). Case study on adaptive leadership in teacher development. Selected Papers from SUTLF 2017, 1, 75-120. (Link)
SUTLF2017_Selected_Papers.pdf

SUTLF 2016 Selected Papers

  • Complete volume (PDF Link) (Page Link)
  • Kelly, C. (2017). The neuroscience of lesson design. Selected Papers from SUTLF 2016, 1, 7-18. (Link)
  • Morrow, J. S. (2017). Creating effective task-based fluency materials for ESP trainin in tourism. Selected Papers from SUTLF 2016, 1, 19-34. (Link)
  • Tomei, J. (2017). Scrolling text with iMovie: Classroom applications. Selected Papers from SUTLF 2016, 1, 35-47. (Link)
  • Xethakis, L. (2017). Engaging ESP students in vocabulary learning. Selected Papers from SUTLF 2016, 1, 48-72. (Link)
Selected Papers from SUTLF 2016.pdf

SUTLF 2015 Selected Papers

  • Complete volume (PDF Link) (Page Link)
  • Beaufait, P. A. (2016). Strategies and practices for integrating EnglishCentral activities with curricula: A workshop for users, user-administrators and prospective users. SUTLF 2015 Conference Proceedings, 1, 9-20. (Link)
  • Kirchmeyer, B. (2016). Done in sixty seconds: Fluid, fun, and frequent bottom-up processing tasks for beginners. SUTLF 2015 Conference Proceedings, 1, 21-32. (Link)
  • Saunders, M. & Hofmeyr, M. (2016). Adapting and implementing a level-specific extensive listening (EL) course component. SUTLF 2015 Conference Proceedings, 1, 33-46. (Link)
  • Schmidt, M. G. (2016). Teaching listening comprehension: Basic assumptions to consider – A research note. SUTLF 2015 Conference Proceedings, 1, 47-60. (Link)
  • Tomei, J. (2016). Cloze covers: Adding variety to music listening tasks. SUTLF 2015 Conference Proceedings, 1, 61-72. (Link)
  • Yamamoto, C. (2016). Enhancing Communication through QR Code Based Listening Activities. SUTLF 2015 Conference Proceedings, 1, 73-80. (Link)
SUTLF 2015 Conference Proceedings.pdf

JALT Publications

Other publications produced by JALT can be found on JALT's website here.

PIGATE Newsletters

The PIGATE Newsletter contains proceedings from the monthly meetings and editorials written by PIGATE members and guests alike.