Diarmuid Joseph MacAnthony

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Name
Diarmuid Joseph MacAnthony
Alternative names
DJ
Nickname
DJ
Affiliation
Shujitsu University
Section
Faculty of Human Studies, Department of Practical English
Job title
Lecturer

Education

 
 
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Oct 2010
Masters of Applied LInguistics, Graduate School, Department of Linguistics, Masters of Arts (Applied Linguistics), University of New England
 
 
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Jun 1992
Bachelor of Business Management, Business Faculty, Ryerson University. Toronto,
 
 
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Jun 1986
Bachelor of Arts (Honours/Bilingual), Arts, York University
 

Published Papers

 
The Perceived Benefits of Doing the Practice TOEIC Test
Diarmuid Joseph MacAnthony & Geraldine McCrohan
Shikoku English Language Education Society Journal   34 79-86   Dec 2014   [Refereed]
The Benefits of Doing the Practice Half-test for Students Taking the full TOEIC
Diarmuid Joseph MacAnthony & Geraldine McCrohan
Journal of Higher Education and Research Kagawa University.   11 96-106   Mar 2014
A Pedagogical Justification for Teaching Presentation Skills in English Language Classes
Diarmuid Joseph MacAnthony & Geraldine McCrohan
Journal of Higher Education and Research Kagawa University.   10 137-141   Mar 2013

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Diarmuid Joseph MacAnthony
6th Annual Shikoku JALT Conference - Tokushima   13 Jun 2015   East Shikoku JALT
The practice, or half TOEIC test, is frequently used by English teachers as an aid in preparing students for the full
TOEIC test. While its uses and benefits have long been valued by teachers, it was not certain whether students
see an educational...
Presentation: English Café at Kagawa University [Invited]
Diarmuid Joseph MacAnthony
Kagawa University Faculty Development   24 Sep 2014   
Presentation: Lively Group Presentations Pecha-kucha Style! [Invited]
Diarmuid Joseph MacAnthony
Kagawa University Faculty Development   2 Apr 2014   
Using PowerPoint Effectively in the ESL classroom.
Diarmuid Joseph MacAnthony
4th Annual Shikoku JALT Conference- Takamatsu   11 May 2013   Shikoku JALT
Presentation on using PowerPoint in the ESL/EFL classroom.