MIYAMA Akiko

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Name
MIYAMA Akiko
Affiliation
Osaka Institute of Technology
Section
Faculty of Engineering
Job title
Professor
Degree
(BLANK), Master of Arts(Osaka Universities of Foreign Studies (Japan))

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1984
Graduate School, Division of Foreign Language, Osaka University of Foreign Studies
 
 
 - 
1982
English Department, Faculty of Foreign Language, Osaka University of Foreign Studies
 

Misc

 
English Education In Japanese Universities with the Aim of Fostering "Personnel Who Can Use English in Their Work"
A Fundamental Study on Building Corpora and Applying Genre Analysis for the Development of ESP Educational Materials (Report of Current Research Supported by Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Reserach No. 15520378)   17-31    2005
Miyama Akiko, Imura Makoto, Noguchi Judy, Mukuhira Atsushi
42(0) 189-190   Sep 2003
JACET Kansai journal   0(7) 105-114   Jun 2003
ESP (English for specific purposes) is often juxtaposed with EGP (English for general purposes), usually represented by English for science vs. English for literature. Part of the reason for this is that most English teachers in Japan have literat...
Miyama Akiko, Noguchi Judy, Mukuhira Atsushi
41(0) 99-100   Sep 2002

Books etc

 
The First Step to SciTech English Basic
Kirihara   2007   
The First Step to SciTech English Intermediate
Kirihara   2007   
Science Spectrum
Kinseido   2006   
Views for Tomorrow
Sanshusha   2006   
View for Tomorrow 2004/2005
三修社   2004   

Works

 
Developing Practical Teaching Methods in ESP based on a Survey of Teaching English in Tertiary Education in Japan
2002
A Basic Study on the Method of Developing ESP Teaching Materials: Corpus Building and Application of Genre Analysis Theory
2003 - 2004
A Basic Study of Corpus Analysis for the Purpose of Developing E-learning Materials of English for Soience and Technology
2002 - 2003

Research Grants & Projects

 
English for Specific Purposes
The Other Research Programs
Project Year: 2000 - 2007