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Kobe Shoin Women's University
Faculty of Letters Department of English
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Published Papers

Japanese Elementary School Teachers' Four Skills English Ability: A Self-evaluation Analysis
Journal of the Faculty of Letters, Kobe Shoin Women's University   7 23-39   Mar 2018
How English textbooks promote the transition from elementary school to Junior high school: An analysis of Unit 0
Theoretical and Applied Linguistics at Kobe Shoin   21 71-84   Mar 2018   [Refereed]
Trends in the use of digital technology for assessment in language learning
Neil Cowie
14 12-17   Apr 2016
The use of rubrics for the assessment of digital products in language learning
Proceedings of The 42nd (2015) JACET Summer Seminar   12-17   2016   [Refereed]
Assessment and e-learning: Current issues and future trends
Neil Cowie
JALTCALLJournal   11(3) 271-281   Dec 2015   [Refereed]

Books etc

Learning English through digital projects: A Japanese university case study.
May 2018   
How to test speaking skills in Japan: A quick-start guide
Jan 2018   
Critical but neglected EFL teachers' perspectives on learner motivation
Neil Cowie (Part:Joint Work)
Multilingual Matters   2011   

Conference Activities & Talks

Teachers' attitudes to Team Teaching
JALT   25 Nov 2018   JALT
Using informal online platforms to teach language: What and How?
Neil Cowie
JALT CALL conference   9 Jun 2018   JALT CALL
Bridges between SLA research and classroom teaching: Implications from foreign language teaching in New Zealand primary and secondary schools.
Neil Cowie
IAFOR   22 Oct 2017   IAFOR
Digital projects, digital literacy and language learning: A Japanese university case study.
Neil Cowie
JALT CALL conference   16 Jun 2017   JALT CALL
English Education in Japan: Where are we at and where are we heading? [Invited]
JALT Shikoku   Jun 2017   JALT Shikoku