NAKAJIMA Sachiko

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Name
NAKAJIMA Sachiko
Affiliation
Kagoshima University
Section
Faculty of Education
Job title
Associatet Professor
Degree
Master of Arts(Shinshu University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1990
 - 
1992
Shinshu University, Research Assistant
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1990
Graduate School, Division of Humanities, Shinshu University
 
 
 - 
1988
Faculty of Humanities, Shinshu University
 

Books etc

 
Some Aspects of Convergence in Kagoshima Dialect
"The Future of Regional Standard Varieties"   1996   
Some Aspects of Divergence in Kagoshima Dialect
"The Future of Regional Standard Varieties"   1996   

Published Papers

 
NAKAJIMA Sachiko
鹿児島大学教育学部研究紀要. 人文・社会科学編   (65) 133-148   2013
1990 年代以降、外国人留学生対象の日本語や日本文化等のクラス、あるいは異文化理解教育に関する授業科目の中に、留学生と日本人学生がともに学ぶクラスが設定されるようになってきた。また、交流や協働的活動を目指した課外活動に留学生と日本人学生が参加する例も報告されている。このような試みは、「多文化環境」を創出するものとして大学教育の中では大きな意味があると考えられる。そこで、本稿では、留学生と日本人学生の混成グループが、協働的な活動を通して、鹿児島市内を探索し、地域を学ぶ「多文化間プロジェクト...
ITAKURA Hiroko, NAKAJIMA Sachiko
Current report on Japanese-language education around the globe   6(0) 227-240   Mar 2001
MASE Yoshio, OKANO Hisano, IRIYAMA Atsuko, ITO Sachiko
Kokugogaku : studies in the Japanese language   155 114-90,86   1988

Misc

 
Intercultural Understanding between Learners of Japanese as Foreign Language and Native Japanese Speakers: Some Findings from Email project Works
Intercultural/Transcultural Education   17, 87-95    2003
Teaching Japanese Education for the Era of IT : Research Findings from an E-mail Project Between Hong-Kong and Kagoshima
Current Report on Japanese-Language Education around the Globe   6,227-240    2001
Accent Problems of the Taiwanese Learners of Japanese
6    1992
Report of the Experimental Use of Audio-visual Materials
   1992
Phonetical Influence of the Broadcasting upon the Dialect and Standard Japanese Education
Some Phonetical Aspects of the Tokyo Dialect(2)   1-33    1992
Phonological Problems of the Taiwanese Learners of Japanese
25    1991
Japanese Reactions toward Foreigners' Linguistic Behavior
67    1989

Research Grants & Projects

 
Research on the interactive behavior of students in the collaborative learning of the multicultural project type and its effects and results
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)
Project Year: Apr 2010 - Mar 2013    Investigator(s): NAKAJIMA Sachiko
A Comparison of the Linguistic Behavior of Japanese and Non-Japanese and its Application to Teaching Japanese Language
Studies on the Present Situation and Tuition of the regional standard dialect of Kagoshima City and its surrounding
Analysing Therapeutic Discourse