UMAMOTO Tsutomu

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Name
UMAMOTO Tsutomu
E-mail
umamotopu-hiroshima.ac.jp
Affiliation
Prefectural University of Hiroshima
Section
Faculty of Life and Environmental Scienses, Department of Life Sciences
Job title
Associate Professor

Research Areas

 
 

Misc

 
On Recall : From the Viewpoint of Vocabulary Teaching
Annals of Educational Research   37    1992
A Problem of Vocabulary Teaching : Presentation of the Meaning
Annals of Educational Research   36    1991
A History of Vocabulary Teaching in the EFL Context : Setting a Theoretical Framework
Bulletin of Hijiyama Women's Junior College   26    1992
Teen-agers' Vocabulary : A Fundamental Study on Vocabulary Selection for the Improvement of Learners' Self-Expression
Bulletin of Hijiyama Women's Junior College   24    1990
Reconsideration of Vocabulary Teaching : Focusing on Learner's Communication Needs
CASELE Research Bulletin   19    1989
The Installation of the Language Laboratory and the Development of the 'Spoken English' Course : A Retrospective Evaluation
Bulletin of Hijiyama Women's Junior College   24    1990
Classroom Analysis : A Comparison of Two Lessons from the Viewpoint of 'Coherence'
CASELE Research Bulletin   19    1989
A Critical Aralysis of Flanders' FIAC System
CASELE Research Bulletin   18    1988
A Study on Vocabulary Teaching : Focusing on the Importance of Content Words from the Communicative Point of View
Annals of Educational Research   34    1989
The Educational Character of the Formation of International Understanding and Communication in English
Bulletin of Hijiyama Women's Junior College   26    1992
CLT and Vocabulary Teaching in Japan : Voices from the Classroom
CASELE Research Bulletin   23    1993
CLT and Pronunciation Teaching in Japan : Voices from the Classroom
Annals of Educational Research   38,135-140    1993
A Pragmatic Approach to Vocabulary Teaching : A Role of Authentic Movies
CASELE Research Bulletin   (25)    1995
A "Multidimensional" Vocabulary Teaching
Annals of Educational Research   (40) 145-150   1995
Pragmatic Approach and Multimedia : A New Perspective on Vocabulary Teaching
Bulletin of Hijiyama University   (1) 57-66   1995
English Vocabulary Teaching in the 'Communication Age'
English and English Teaching   (1) 11-23   1996
A Lexical Approach to Pragmatic Competence : Using a Multimedia Dictionary
CASELE Research Bulletin   (26) 201-210   1996
A Corpus-Based Study of English Vocabulary and Usage (I)
Bulletin of Hijiyama University   (3) 103-123   1997
Polysemy Re-visited : Sprachgef(]J1168[)hl and Communication
English and English Teaching   (2) 109-118   1997
Hypertext and the Mental Lexicon : Using the Homepage for Learning Vocabulary
The Journal of the Language and Culture Association   (13) 19-29   1998
A Corpus-Based Study of English Vocabulary and Usage(II)
Bulletin of Hijiyama University   (4) 113-138   1998
Learning English Vocabulary through Hypertext
English and English Teaching   (4) 41-52   1999
A Historical Study of the Selection of"Compulsory Vocabulary"in ┣DBthe Course of Study(/)-┫DB : An Evaluation of the Compulsory Word Lists in the Light of the Word Frequency and the Defining Capacity
15 51-71   2000
A Study of the Origin of"Compulsory Vocabulary"in ┣DBthe Course of Study(/)-┫DB
33 73-86   2000
A Study of the Selectional Criteria for English Word Lists in the Japanese TEFL Context
49 159-166   2001

Books etc

 
Vocabulary Teaching for Active Communication
English and English Teaching   1993   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(C))
Project Year: 2003 - 2004    Investigator(s): Toshiaki OZASA
The purpose of this study is to quantitatively analyze the English textbooks of the Meiji, Taisho and early Showa eras (1968-1940). In 2004 one set of the five Books of Girls Pacific Readers (Kairyudo, 1938), authored by Sawamura, was digitalized....
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(C))
Project Year: 2000 - 2002    Investigator(s): Toshiaki OZASA
The purpose of this study is to quantitatively analyze the English textbooks of the Meiji, Taisho and early Showa eras (1868-1940). The texts of the textbooks were first digitalized and then quantitatively analyzed from the viewpoints of (I) reada...
History of the Vocabulary Control in the EFL Context of Japan