RYAN Stephen

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Name
RYAN Stephen
Affiliation
Sanyo Gakuen University
Section
Faculty of Humanities, Department of Language and Culture
Job title
Professor
Degree
Master of Arts(Cambridge University, UK), Master of Arts, (BLANK)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2017
 - 
Today
Sanyo Gakuen University
 
Sep 2015
 - 
Mar 2017
Kwansei Gakuin University
 
Feb 2013
 - 
Mar 2015
Stamford International University, Thailand
 
Apr 1998
 - 
Mar 2012
Eichi University
 
Apr 1990
 - 
Mar 1998
Osaka Institute of Technology
 
Apr 1987
 - 
Mar 1990
Mukogawa Women's University
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1987
Graduate School, Division of Language and Culture, Cambridge
 
Oct 1980
 - 
Jun 1984
Cambridge University, UK
 

Committee Memberships

 
Nov 2018
 - 
Today
JALT Bilingualism SIG  Director of Publications
 
Apr 2018
 - 
Today
Journal of Intercultural Communication  Editor
 
Apr 2018
 - 
Today
Japan Journal of Multilingualism and Multiculturalism  Editor
 
Feb 2018
 - 
Today
JALT Mind, Brain, and Education SIG  Newsletter Editor
 
2015
 - 
Today
JALT  Post-conference Publication Editorial Board
 
Jun 2004
 - 
Today
The Language Teacher  Editorial Board
 
Mar 2001
 - 
Today
Far Eastern English Language Teachers Association  Representative to Asia
 
Nov 1995
 - 
May 2018
Japan Journal of Multilingualism and Multiculturalism  Editorial Board
 
Mar 2002
 - 
Nov 2012
Far Eastern English Language Teachers Association  Conference Chair
 
Jan 2002
 - 
Jan 2004
Journal of Intercultural Communication  Editor (English)
 
Nov 1993
 - 
Oct 2003
JALT Bilingualism SIG  Publications Director
 
Oct 1993
 - 
Oct 2003
JALT Materials Writers SIG  Treasurer
 
Jun 2001
 - 
Jun 2002
Communication Association of Japan  Conference Committee Chair
 
Jun 2000
 - 
Jun 2002
Communication Association of Japan  Kansai Chapter Head
 
Jun 1999
 - 
Jun 2002
Communication Association of Japan  Overseas Member Rep.
 
Oct 1991
 - 
Oct 2001
JALT Bilingualism SIG  Newsletter Editor
 
Jun 1995
 - 
Jun 1999
Communication Association of Japan  評議員
 
Apr 1997
 - 
Jan 1999
Journal of Intercultural Communication  Book Review Editor
 
Jan 1997
 - 
Jan 1999
Journal of Intercultural Communication  Editor
 
Jun 1996
 - 
Jun 1998
The Language Teacher  "Found in Translation" Column Editor
 
Dec 1995
 - 
Dec 1996
JALT Journal  Editorial Board
 

Awards & Honors

 
Sep 2017
Most Impressive Research, SIETAR Japan
 
Jun 2000
Best Paper, Communivation Association of Japan
 
Jun 1999
Best Paper, Communivation Association of Japan
 

Published Papers

 
The Importance of Reflection in Study Abroad
RYAN Stephen
Sanyo Ronso   (25) 69-80   Mar 2019   [Refereed]
What Do Students Learn When They Study Abroad? An Exploratory Study
RYAN Stephen
Sanyo Ronso   (24) 35-50   Mar 2018   [Refereed]
Implications of Mind, Brain, and Education Research for Study Abroad
RYAN Stephen
Kwansei Gakuin Journal of Policy Studies   (53) 39-48   Apr 2017   [Refereed]
Questioning the Geography of Culture
RYAN Stephen
Kwansei Gakuin Journal of Policy Studie   (51) 41-46   Apr 2016   [Refereed]
The Role of Cultural Experience in Language Teaching
RYAN Stephen
Proceedings of International Forum of Languages and Cultures: Languages and Cultures: Bridges Connecting Europe and Asia   35-42   Jun 2010   [Refereed]
Teaching about Intercultural Communication in Simple English
RYAN Stephen
Journal of Intercultural Communication   191-194   May 2006   [Refereed]
An Overview of Federally-Funded Bilingual Education in the U.S.
RYAN Stephen
Sapientia: The St. Thomas University Review   (41) 215-230   Feb 2006   [Refereed]
“Political Correctness” in ELT Terminology
RYAN Stephen & G. Lovtsevich
The Proceedings of JALT2004   973-978   Aug 2005   [Refereed]
Teaching Listening and Speaking Simultaneously
RYAN Stephen & S. Petrucione
The Proceedings of JALT2004   635-639   Aug 2005   [Refereed]
Overview of Language Teaching Contexts in PAC Countries
RYAN Stephen & G. Lovtsevich
The Proceedings of JALT2004   635-639   Aug 2005   [Refereed]
Towards a Cross-cultural Dictionary of ELT Terms
RYAN Stephen & G. Lovtsevich
Conference Proceedings: PAC5 at FEELTA2004: Sharing Challenges, Sharing Solutions: Teaching Languages in Diverse Contexts   220-225   Apr 2005   [Refereed]
Connotations of ELT Terms: Handle with Care
RYAN Stephen & G. Lovtsevich
JALT 2003 at Shizuoka Conference Proceedings   548-551   Oct 2004   [Refereed]
ELT in Asia: Just Like the Russian Far East?
RYAN Stephen & G. Lovtsevich
Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference: Linguistics and Cross-cultural Communication: Past, Present and Future   50-54   Aug 2004   [Refereed]
A Cross-Cultural TESOL Dictionary as a Tool for Teacher Development
RYAN Stephen & G. Lovtsevich
IATEFL 2003 Brighton Conference Selections   103-104   Jun 2004   [Refereed]
Classroom Discipline: What Do Learners Think?
RYAN Stephen & S. Petrucione
JALT 2002 at Shizuoka Conference Proceedings   74-80   Oct 2003   [Refereed]
Teaching Top-Down Reading Skills
Quality in Language Teaching: Book of Proceedings: FEELTA 2002   30-32    2003
"Global Communication" in Japanese Unversities: A New Direction for English Education
Kobe College Studies   50(1)    2003
The Good Teacher: A Japan-Russia Comparison
RYAN Stephen & V. Makarova
JALT Applied Materials: Second Language Acquisition Research in Japan   143-162   Nov 2002   [Refereed]
Pragmatics and Intercultural Communication Compared
On PAC3 at JALT 2001      2002
The Concept of a Cross-cultural TESOL Dictionary
On PAC3 at JALT 2001      2002
What? Teach English without a Textbook?
Memoirs of Osaka Institute of Technology      2002
Culture in the Language Classroom
Proceedings : FEELTA 3rd International Conference : People, Languages and Cultures in the Third Millennium   42-46   2001
"We Japanese" : An Analysis over Time.
Sapientia : The Sapientia University Review   35 57-66   2001
The Role of the Language Teacher : Cross-cultural Perspectives
RYAN Stephen & V. Makarova
Second Language Research in Japan, JALT      Nov 2001   [Refereed]
Who Needs a Textbook Anyway?
Memoirs of the Osaka Institute of Technology, Series B   45(2) 41-45   2000
Reconsidering the Culture in Intercultural Communication
The Sapientia University Review   (34) 175-192   2000
Activities for the Independent Learner
RYAN Stephen & S. Petrucione
On JALT98: Focus on the Classroom   39-41   Oct 1999   [Refereed]
Japanese and Russians: Images and Stereotypes
RYAN Stephen &V. Makarova
Human Communication Studies   (27) 93-120   Jun 1999   [Refereed]
Activities for Learning Independently
RYAN Stephen & S. Petrucione
Memoirs of the Osaka Institute of Technology, Series B   44(1) 1-8   Apr 1999   [Refereed]
British and American Literary Conventions
RYAN Stephen &C. McHugh
Setsunan University Journal, Series B   (10) 225-247   Feb 1999   [Refereed]
The Cultural Dimension of Students' Expectations of Language Teachers.
Confronting Culture: Constraint or Resource, Hyde, M. & Pulverness (Eds.) IATEFL Literature Culture SIG   25-28   1999
The Good Language Teacher : Views from Three Cultures
Proceedings of the International Conference "Teaching Englishes: Preparing for the XXIst Century"   275-279   1999
The Dangers of Dualism in our Global Vision
RYAN Stephen
Journal of Intercultural Communication   3(3) 31-52   Apr 1999   [Refereed]
Top-Down Writing Instruction : A Modest Proposal
Language and Culture   2 135-154   1999
The Rhetoric of Kimpachi-Sensei
The Sagientia University Review   (33) 111-126   1999
Student Evaluation of Teachers
The Language Teacher   22(9) 9-11・43   1998
Who Says Japan Is Collectivist? A Reconsideration of Japan's Place on the Individualism-Collectivism Cortinuum.
Human Comnunication Studies   10 63-88   1998
The Language Teacher as Seen by Japanese Female and Male University Students
The Language Teacher   22(6) 9-16   1998
What Makes a Good Language Lesson?Part 2
RYAN Stephen
On JALT96 Crossing Borders   34-39   Aug 1997   [Refereed]
What Is a Good Student? A Cross-Cultural Comparison
Memoirs of the Osaka Institute of Technology, Series B   42(1) 1-29   1997
The Language Teacher Through the Students' Looking Glass and What You Find There : Preliminary Results.
Speech Communication Education.   10 127-154   1997
A Preliminary Report on Bilinguals' Perception of Charges in Themselves when Code-Switching
Journal of Intercultural Communication   1 131-144   1997
Investigating Students' Expectations of Classroom Life
Journal of Intercultural Communication   1 91-102   1997
Comparative Culture in the Conversation Class
TESOL-Russia-Far East-Proceedings: International Conference "Experiencing American Culture in the Classroom   240-247   1997
Comparative Culture in the Conversation Classroom
Conference Proceedings New Perspectives on Teaching and Learning in Asia   109-110   1997
Student Behaviour : Whose Norms?
On JALT 95 : Curriculum and Evaluation   112-115   1996
What makes a good language lesson?
On JALT 95 : Curriculum and Evaluation   116-119   1996
Behaviour in Universities : A Cross-Cultural Study of Students' Expectations
Speech Communication Education   (9) 99-127   1996
Misbehaviour in the University Classroom? A Cross-Cultural Survey of Students' Percepetions and Expectations
The Language Teacher   19(11) 13   1995
Let the Punishment Fit the Crime : A Cross-Cultural Investigation of Students' Expectations of Teacher Disciplinary Action
Speech Communication Education   7 92-119   1994
Resources for the Independent EFL Learner in Japan
in : ┣DBLanguage and Learning(/)-┫DB   327-336   1994
"How to Study English" As Content
Memoirs of the (]E87B3[)saka Institute of Technology, Series B.   38(2) 57-69   1994
Teaching about Changes in American Values after September 11th
RYAN Stephen
Proceeding of Conference on American Studies in the Pacific Rim Countries   55-58   Nov 1992   [Refereed]
Oral Testing Without Tears
The Language Teacher   15(10)    1991
Native Speaker Teaching Assistants in Japanese High Schools
Memoirs of the Osaka Institute of Technology   35(1-2)    1991
Why Do Students Cheat on Their Homework? An Informal Investigation
RYAN Stephen
The Language Teacher   17(10) 35-39   Oct 1990   [Refereed]
What is Homework? A Survey of Assumptions among High School Students and Teachers
RYAN Stephen
The Language Teacher   13(8) 5-6   Aug 1989   [Refereed]
What Kind of Teacher do Students Want? A Cross-Cultural Comparison
RYAN Stephen & M. Durham
Speech Communication Education   (5) 70-99   Jan 1989   [Refereed]
Being a"Good Student"in Japan and Australia.
Ryukudaigaku Kokusai Shakai Bunka Kenkyusho Kiyo   2 123-139
My Practice Is the Best Practice (And So Is Yours)
RYAN Stephen
Best Practice in ELT: 6th FEELTA International Conference on Language Teaching   6-8   [Refereed]

Misc

 
The Communicative Approach in the High School Classroom
Alumni of the British Council Newsletter   5    1988
A Baker's Dozen
The Language Teacher   13(9)    1989
What is Homework? A Study of Assumptions among High School Teachers and Students.
The Language Teacher   13(8)    1989
Fluency Practice in an Eraser Culture
Mukogawa Journal   36    1989
How to Study English in England
Mukogawa Literary Review   26    1990
Practical Classroom English
The English Teacher's Magazine   38(11)    1990
What kind of teacher do Students What? - A Cross-Cultural Comparison
Speech Communication Education.   5    1992
British and American Literary Conventions.
Memoirs of Setsunan University   10    1992
Why do Students Cheat on Their Homework? An Informal Investigation
The Language Teacher   17(10) 35-39   1993
Culture Bumps in the EFL Classroom in Japan
in : ┣DBDevelopment and Conservation(/)-┫DB   328-336   1995
Punctuality
On Cue   1995(6) 6   1995
Feed-back
On Cue   1995(12) 5   1995
Understanding the Pressures on JTES.
Japanese Schools : Reflections and Insights   70-76   1995
If the name fits. . .
Materials Writeis Newsletter   4(1) 126-127   1996
Preparing Learners For Independence : Resources beyond the Classroom
Autonomy and Independence in Language Learning   215-229   1997
What Makes a Good Langnage Lesson? (Part 2)
On JALT 96 : Crossing Borders Japan Association For Language Teaching   34-38   1997
Review of Teaching and Learning in Japan
JALT Journal   19(2) 333-336   1997
"Murder Story" "Describing People" "How Are You? " "High School Differences" "News"
Team Teaching in the Communicative Classroom   120-124,135-137,140-142,145-146,153-154   1998
Review of ┣DBEducating Hearts and Minds(/)-┫DB
Japan Journal of Multilingualism and Multiculturalism   4(1) 86-87   1998
A review of The ┣DBIdea of Japan(/)-┫DB
Sapientia University Bulletin of Humanities   2 215-217   1999
Activities for Learning Idependently
Memoirs of the Osaka Institute of Technology, Series B: Liberal Arts & Social Sciences   44(1) 1-8   1999
Review of "Japanese Children Abroad"
Japan Journal of Multilingualism and Multiculturalism   5(1) 115-116   1999
Review of "An Introduction to Japanese Society"
Sapientia University Bulletin of Humanities   3 233-235   2000
Watching TV News in English
From the Language Classroom   1 4-8   2000
Of Rockets and Rap : Teaching Content to Low-ability English Users.
Content in Language Education : Looking at the Future   107-111   2000
Textbooks for Teaching Intercultural Communication to Japanese Learners of English : An Overview.
Journal of Intercultural Communication   4 209-217   2001

Books etc

 
Teaching English in Japanese Universities: A New Handbook
RYAN Stephen & Peter MsCagg (Part:Contributor)
Routledge   Jan 2019   
Learning Languages – Building Communities: PAC@9th FEELTA International Conference on Language Teaching: Conference Proceedings
RYAN Stephen, G.Lovtsevich、L.Krainik、M.Lebedko and M.Rassokha (Part:Joint Editor)
Far Eastern Federal University Press   Dec 2014   
Best Practice in ELT: 6th FEELTA International Conference on Language Teaching.
RYAN Stephen, M.Rassokha、L.Krainik、I.Lebedeva and G.Lovtsevich (Part:Joint Editor)
Far Eastern National University Press   Jun 2008   
Select Oral Communication, 2nd edition
RYAN Stephen, 北出先生と長野先生 (Part:Joint Work)
三省堂   Jun 2006   
Conference Proceedings: PAC5 at FEELTA2004: Sharing Challenges, Sharing Solutions: Teaching Languages in Diverse Contexts
RYAN Stephen, G. N. Lovtsevich, L. L. Krainik. M. G. Lebedko, Z. G. Proshina,とM. N. Rassoka (Part:Joint Editor)
Far Eastern National University Press   Apr 2005   
Quality in Language Teaching: Book of Proceedings: FEELTA 2002
FEELTA   2003   
Select Oral Communication 1
2002   
Proceedings: FEELTA 3rd International Conference
Far Eastern National University, Russia   2001   
Proceedings : FEELTA 3rd International Conference : People, Languages and Cultures in the Third Millennium
2001   
The Best of Bilingual Japan
2000   
The Wonders of Science
1999   
ライアン先生工大在職記念論集
RYAN Stephen
大阪工業大学   Mar 1998   
Growing up Bilingnally : The Pleasures and Pains
Bilingualism National Special Interist Growp of the Japan Association for Language Teaching   1998   
The Technology of Tomorrow
Sanshusha   1995   
Rhetoric, 2nd edition
Myself   1994   
Rhetoric : A Course for Students at Kobe College
Myself   1993   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
What Do Students Learn When They Study Abroad? An Exploratory Study
RYAN Stephen
JALT 2018   3 Nov 2018   
Study Abroad Forum
RYAN Stephen
JALT 2018   2 Nov 2018   
An Introduction to Neuro-ELT
RYAN Stephen
Far Eastern English Language Teachers' Association Conference 2018   2 Oct 2018   
Why We Travel
RYAN Stephen
STUDY ABROAD海外留学 SIG CONFERENCE 2018   1 Sep 2018   
Teaching Upside Down [Invited]
RYAN Stephen
Far Eastern English Language Teachers' Association Winter Methodology Workships   31 Jan 2018   
Using Natural Comprehension Questions
RYAN Stephen
JALT 2017   30 Nov 2017   
When Brains Study Abroad 2: Encountering the New
RYAN Stephen
PANSIG 2017   29 May 2017   
Have You Thought about Teaching Upside Down? [Invited]
RYAN Stephen
English Teachers’ Association of the Republic of China th Annual International Symposium and Book Fair on English Teaching   28 Oct 2016   
When Brains Study Abroad
RYAN Stephen
FAB9, Annual International NeuroELT Conference   27 Aug 2016   
Short Study Abroad Programmes and MBE Principles
RYAN Stephen
CALL and the Brain, International Conference   27 Jun 2016   
Empowering Teachers for Excellence [Invited]
RYAN Stephen & G. Lovtsevich
The 14th Asia TEFL International Conference and 11th FEELTA International Conference   22 Jun 2016   
Looking for the Learning in Study Abroad
RYAN Stephen
PANSIG 2016   25 May 2016   
University Language Programmes: How Much to Coordinate?
RYAN Stephen
Kwansei Gakuin University School of Policy Studies Linguistics Talks   22 Oct 2015   
Upside Down-ing your Teaching
RYAN Stephen
Thailand TESOL International Conference 2015   Jan 2015   
Cultural Experience Programmes: A New Approach to Study Abroad
RYAN Stephen
4th International Conference on Teaching and Learning   25 Nov 2013   
What I Learned about Teaching from my Year of Not Teaching
RYAN Stephen
4th International Conference on Teaching and Learning   21 Nov 2013   
Stamford International University’s Bilingual Programmes
RYAN Stephen
4th International Conference on Teaching and Learning   20 Nov 2013   
Down with Culture!
RYAN Stephen
9th International Conference of the International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies   19 Oct 2013   
Belonging, Wanting to Belong, Striving to Belong: Communities in ELT [Invited]
RYAN Stephen
PAC@FEELTA2012 International Conference   18 Nov 2012   
Reflections on a Year of Not Teaching
RYAN Stephen
PAC@FEELTA2012 International Conference   18 Nov 2012   
Avoiding Dualism in Our Understanding of Russia: Lessons from Japan [Invited]
RYAN Stephen
Russia and The West: The Dialogue of Cultures, 15th International Conference   17 Apr 2012   
Thank you, PALT: Empowering Teachers by Association
RYAN Stephen
Philippine Association of Language Teachers 50th Anniversary International Conference   15 Dec 2010   
Cultural Experience Programmes: Language Teaching by Stealth
RYAN Stephen
2010 Pan-Asian Consortium Korea TESOL International Conference   14 Nov 2010   
Study Abroad SIG Forum: Presentations and Discussion
RYAN Stephen
JALT 2010   14 Nov 2010   
Laugh Together, Cry Together; How to do 国際交流
RYAN Stephen
SIETAR Japan 2010   13 Oct 2010   
Organising 国際交流 Events that Work. [Invited]
RYAN Stephen
Kansai SIETAR meeting   13 Sep 2010   
From Broadcasting to Narrow-casting: Localising Methodology [Invited]
RYAN Stephen
From Broadcasting to Narrowcasting: Global Englishes, Local Contexts, The 8th FEELTA Conference   12 Jun 2010   
Listening to Learner Perspectives on Short-Term SA Programmes
RYAN Stephen
PANSIG 2010   12 May 2010   
Cultural Experience Programmes: A New Way to Learn
RYAN Stephen
5th Philippine Association of Language Teachers International Conference on Language Education   12 Dec 2009   
The Role of Cultural Experience in Language Teaching
RYAN Stephen
International Forum of Languages and Cultures: Languages and Cultures: Bridges Connecting Europe and Asia   10 Aug 2009   
Expanding Possibilities for Cultural Experience
RYAN Stephen
PANSIG 2009   9 May 2009   
Cultural Experience Programmes
RYAN Stephen
JALT 2008   8 Nov 2008   
My practice is the Best Practice (and so is yours) [Invited]
RYAN Stephen
6th International FEELTA Conference   27 Jun 2008   
Building Bridges with Languages and Cultures [Invited]
RYAN Stephen
14th NATE @ 7th FEELTA Conference: Building Bridges with Languages and Cultures   8 Jun 2008   
Mini-Workshop for Russian Writers of Academic English.
RYAN Stephen
14th NATE @ 7th FEELTA Conference: Building Bridges with Languages and Cultures   6 Jun 2008   
Is It Time to Decolonise ELT in Asia?
RYAN Stephen
The 3rd International Conference on Language Education and 47th National Convention, Philippine Association for Language Teaching   7 Dec 2007   
Collaborative, Tailored, Private Lesson Activities
RYAN Stephen & S. Petrucione
JALT 2007   6 Nov 2007   
The Research Process for Low-level English Users
RYAN Stephen
JALT 2007   5 Nov 2007   
What Do Terms Show about the Cultures of ELT?
RYAN Stephen
JALT 2007   4 Nov 2007   
Secrets of Success in Short-term Educational Visits
RYAN Stephen
Peace as a Global Language IV   3 Oct 2007   
Do Short Intensive Cross-cultural Encounters Lead to Greater Intercultural Harmony?
RYAN Stephen
“Harmony, Diversity and Intercultural Communication” China Association for Intercultural Communication, International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies Conference   2 Jun 2007   
New Approaches to Reading in EFL Contexts
RYAN Stephen & G. Lovtsevich
41st Annual TESOL Convention and Exhibit   1 Mar 2007   
Making Materials for the Content ClassroomThailand TESOL / Pan-Asian Consortium International Conference
RYAN Stephen
Thailand TESOL / Pan-Asian Consortium International Conference   31 Jan 2007   
Encouraging Elementary Level Students to Read Newspapers
RYAN Stephen
Thailand TESOL / Pan-Asian Consortium International Conference   30 Jan 2007   
The Complexity of ELT Terms: A Case Study
RYAN Stephen
JALT 2006   29 Oct 2006   
Some Ideas for Content-Teaching in Low-Level Classes
RYAN Stephen
JALT 2006   28 Oct 2006   
Asian EFL: Challenges and Controversies
RYAN Stephen & G. Lovtsevich
International Scientific Conference: Language Policy and Language Education in the Age of Globalization   28 Sep 2006   
Teaching about Intercultural Communication in Simple English
RYAN Stephen
SIETAR Japan 2006   27 Jul 2006   
Common Errors in Russian Academic Prose
RYAN Stephen
6th International FEELTA Conference   27 Jun 2006   
Materials for Content Teaching: A Continuum
RYAN Stephen
26th Thailand TESOL International Conference   25 Jan 2006   
The Bicultural Child in the Classroom [Invited]
RYAN Stephen + 5 others
JALT 2005   25 Oct 2005   
Teacher Education Through ELT Terms
RYAN Stephen
JALT 2005   24 Oct 2005   
What Learners Want! Tailor-made Activities
RYAN Stephen & S. Petrucione
JALT 2005   24 Oct 2005   
Characteristic Errors in Russian Academic Prose in English [Invited]
RYAN Stephen
Far Eastern English Language Teachers’ 10th Anniversary Symposium   23 Oct 2005   
On Being Associated [Invited]
RYAN Stephen
Far Eastern English Language Teachers’ 10th Anniversary Symposium   22 Oct 2005   
Online Resources for Language Teachers [Invited]
RYAN Stephen & G. Lovtsevich
Association of Pacific Rim Universities Distance Learning and the Internet Conference   Oct 2005   
What Our Students Bring with Them [Invited]
RYAN Stephen
11th Annual TESOL Arabia Conference   22 Mar 2005   
Teaching Top-Down Reading Skills [Invited]
RYAN Stephen
11th Annual TESOL Arabia Conference   22 Mar 2005   
Teaching Listening and Speaking Simultaneously
RYAN Stephen & S. Petrucione
JALT 2004   22 Nov 2004   
“Political Correctness” and ELT Terminology
RYAN Stephen
JALT 2004   21 Nov 2004   
A Cross-cultural Dictionary of ELT Terms for Teacher Empowerment
RYAN Stephen & G. Lovtsevich
The Second Asia TEFL International Conference   20 Nov 2004   
Towards a Cross-cultural Dictionary of ELT Terms
RYAN Stephen & G. Lovtsevich
The Fifth Pan-Asian Conference on Language Teaching at FEELTA 2004   20 Jun 2004   
Overview of Language Teaching in PAC Countries [Invited]
RYAN Stephen & G. Lovtsevich
The Fifth Pan-Asian Conference on Language Teaching at FEELTA 2004   19 Jun 2004   
Content-based Curriculum Innovation in Japan: Sink or Swim
RYAN Stephen & C. Seton
The Fifth Pan-Asian Conference on Language Teaching at FEELTA 2004   18 Jun 2004   
Teaching Everyday Conversation the Dictogloss Way
RYAN Stephen
The Fifth Pan-Asian Conference on Language Teaching at FEELTA 2004   12 Jun 2004   
A Content Course about Space Exploration
RYAN Stephen
Thailand TESOL 2004 International Conference   17 Jan 2004   
Connotations of ELT Terms: Handle with Care
RYAN Stephen & G. Lovtsevich
JALT 2003   14 Nov 2003   
ELT in Asia: Just Like in the Russian Far East? [Invited]
RYAN Stephen
International Conference on Linguistics and Intercultural Communication: Present, Past and Future   13 Sep 2003   
“Global Communication” in Japanese Universities: A New Direction For English Education
RYAN Stephen, B.C.Cooney、K.Cohen & C.Seton
Kobe College Study Group   12 Jun 2003   
A Cross-cultural TESOL Dictionary as a Tool for Teacher Development
RYAN Stephen & G. Lovtsevich
37th International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language International Conference   12 Apr 2003   
How Japanese Students Learn to Write
RYAN Stephen
South Central Writing Centers Association, Regional Conference   10 Feb 2003   
Learners' Attitudes to Classroom Incidents
RYAN Stephen & S. Petrucione
JALT 2002   12 Nov 2002   
Classroom Discipline: What do Learners Think?
RYAN Stephen
English Teachers’ Association of the Republic of China 11th Annual International Symposium and Book Fair on English Teaching   8 Nov 2002   
Non-Verbal Communication for the Language Teacher [Invited]
RYAN Stephen
Kita-Kyushu JALT meeting   4 Oct 2002   
Teaching Top-Down Reading Skills
RYAN Stephen
Far Eastern English Language Teachers’ Association 4th International Conference   3 Jun 2002   
Teaching about Changes in American Values after September 11th
RYAN Stephen
American Studies Conference, Vladivostok, RUSSIA   2 Mar 2002   
Non-Verbal Communication for the Language Teacher [Invited]
RYAN Stephen
Hokkaido JALT meeting   1 Feb 2002   
Rethinking the “Culture” in Intercultural Communication
RYAN Stephen
National Communication Association, Annual Convention   29 Nov 2001   
What?? Teach English Without a Textbook?
RYAN Stephen & S. Petrucione
JALT 2001   29 Nov 2001   
The Concept of a Cross-cultural TESOL Dictionary
RYAN Stephen & G. Lovtsevich
JALT 2001   28 Nov 2001   
Pragmatics and Intercultural Communication Contrasted
RYAN Stephen, D.Fujimoto, N.Jungheim & D.Tatsuki
JALT 2001   27 Nov 2001   
What is Culture?
RYAN Stephen
Communication Association of Japan 2001   25 Jun 2001   
Assessing the Damage
RYAN Stephen
International Academy for Intercultural Relations, 3rd International Conference   24 Apr 2001   
A Course in Non-verbal Communication
RYAN Stephen
SIETAR Japan 2001   24 Apr 2001   
Evaluation and Assessment of Video Movie Tasks
RYAN Stephen & S. Petrucione
JALT 2000   23 Oct 2000   
Comparing Students’ Expectations of Language Teachers: St. Petersburg and the Russian Far East
RYAN Stephen
Far Eastern English Language Teachers’ Association 3rd International Conference   23 Jun 2000   
Culture in the Language Classroom
RYAN Stephen
Far Eastern English Language Teachers’ Association 3rd International Conference   22 Jun 2000   
Of Rockets and Rap: Content Lessons for Low-Level Learners
RYAN Stephen & K. Yamane
JALT CUE SIG Conference on Content Teaching   21 May 2000   
Textbooks for Teaching Intercultural Communication in English in Japanese Universities
RYAN Stephen
SIETAR Japan 2000   19 Apr 2000   
Japanese and Australian Apology Styles Contrasted
RYAN Stephen & N. Sugimoto
National Communication Association, Annual Convention, Seattle.   18 Nov 1999   
Watching TV News in English
RYAN Stephen
英知大学国際言語教育センター談話会   18 Nov 1999   
What, No Textbook?
RYAN Stephen & S. Petrucione
Korea TESOL Annual Conference 1999   17 Nov 1999   
Language Teaching Attitudes from Learners' Perspectives: A Cross-Cultural Approach
RYAN Stephen
Communication Association of Japan 1999   16 Nov 1999   
Bilingual Parenting
RYAN Stephen
Kyoto JALT meeting   14 Nov 1999   
Schools as an Impediment to Ethical Parenting
RYAN Stephen & A. Walters
The First Conference on Ethics and Parenting   15 Feb 1999   
How Collectivist Is Japan?
RYAN Stephen
SIETAR Japan 1998   13 Nov 1998   
The Dangers of Dualism in our Global Vision
RYAN Stephen
SIETAR Japan 1998   13 Nov 1998   
Activities for the Independent Learner
RYAN Stephen & S. Petrucione
JALT 1998   12 Nov 1998   
The Good Language Teacher: Views from Three Cultures
RYAN Stephen
Far Eastern English Language Teachers’ Association, Second International Conference   10 Sep 1998   
The Good Student Revisited: A Cross-cultural Comparison
RYAN Stephen & M. Durham
International Communication Association 48th Annual Conference   9 Jul 1998   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Re - Assessment of communication Research Concerned with Japan
A cross-cultural study of students' expectations of behaviour at university
How to Study English in Japan