RACHI Emiko

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Name
RACHI Emiko
Affiliation
Tokoha Gakuen University
Section
Faculty of Foreign StudiesDepartment of English
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
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Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2011
 - 
Today
Professor, Tokoha University
 
Apr 2004
 - 
Mar 2011
Associate Professor, Tokoha Gakuen University
 
Apr 1996
 - 
Mar 2004
Associate Professor, Tokoha Gakuen Junior College
 
Apr 1990
 - 
Mar 1996
Lecturer, Tokoha Gakuen Junior College
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1986
Graduate School, Division of Education, Shizuoka University
 
 
 - 
1984
Faculty of Education, Shizuoka University
 

Published Papers

 
A Service Learning Perspective on Extensive Reading Support Activities at a Shizuoka Municipal Public Library
RACHI Emiko
(33)    Mar 2019
Possible Obstacles for Extensive Reading in English for Japanese University Students: From Perspectives of Reading Education and Neuroscience
Satomi Shibata, Emiko Rachi
(11) 75-80   Mar 2018   [Refereed]
How Can Public Libraries Contribute to Extensive Reading as Lifelong Learning
RACHI Emiko
Tokoha University Faculty of foreign Studies Research Review   (32)    Mar 2016
Supporting False Beginners Individually in Extensive Reading at a Japanese University
RACHI Emiko,Satomi Shibata
JERA Bulletin   (9)    2016   [Refereed]
What Do Learners Actually Read? :One-million Words Extensive Reading in A Japanese University
RACHI Emiko、SHIBATA Satomi
Tokoha Gakuen University Research Review   (31)    Mar 2015
Extensive Reading Fulfillment in Low Beginner University Students
RACHI Emiko
Japan Extensive Reading Association Bulletin   (8)    Mar 2015   [Refereed]
A 2012 Tokoha Gakuen University Joint Research Project: Augmenting a Teacher Training Program for Elementary School Teachers with Extensive Reading to Support English Langauge Learning
RACHI Emiko
Tokoha Gakuen University Research Review   (29)    Mar 2014
The Longitudinal Development of an Extensive Reading program in a Japanese University
RACHI Emiko,Shibata Satomi, Hourdequin, P.
The Proceeding of the First Extensive Reading World Congress,      Oct 2012   [Refereed]
The Foreign Language Study Support Center’s 2010-2011 Activities:
Yoichi Kuwahara,RACHI Emiko,Ken Deguchi, Mamoru Suzuki, Satomi Shibata, Yasushi Umeda
Tokoha Gakuen University Research Review   28 19-42   Mar 2012
Supporting Extensive Reading through Field Research and a Social Networking Service (SNS):
RACHI Emiko, KUWAHARA Yoichi, DEGUCHI Ken, SUZUKI Mamoru, SHIBATA Satomi, UMEDA Yasushi
Tokoha Gakuen University Reaserrch Review   (28)    Mar 2012
The Longitudinal Development of an Extensive Reading Program in a Japanese University
RACHI Emiko, SHIBATA Satomi, HOURDEQUIN Peter
The First Extensive Reading World Congress Proceeding   1    2013   [Refereed]
A Proposal for Extensive Reading Program With an Active Application of Graded Readers -An Attempt to Limit the Increase of Students With Little Interest in Literature-
Emiko RACHI
Tokoha Gakuen University Research Review(Faculty of Foreign Studies   (25) 91-118   2009
Fostering Autonomous Learning through Extensive Reading Program Toward Development of English Comprehension Skills
Emiko RACHI
Tokoha Gakuen University Research Review(Faculty of Foreign Studies)   (24) 25-47   2008
How to Encourage a Desire to Learn English in English Education to Hearing-Imparied Students
Emiko RACHI
Tokoha Gakuen University Research Review(Faculty of Foreign Studies   (23) 87-101   2007
Reseaarch on actual conditions of English Education in a school for the deaf -Based on the Questionnaire by the hearing-imparied learners of English Language-
Emiko RACHI
Tokoha Gakuen University Research Review(Faculty of Foreign Studies)   (22) 43-66   2006
Is there a strategy continuum in language learning? -The implications of exploratory factor analyses toward Japanese EFL learners' strategy use-
Emiko RACHI and Katsuhisa HONDA
Bulletin of Tokoha Gakuen Junior College   (32) 43-56   2001
The Role of American Sign Language in the Theory of Language Acquisition-with Special reference to Universal Grammar-
Bulletin of Tokoha Gakuen Junior College   (31) 31-40   2000
Results of a Reading Instruction Program at Tokoha Junior College Graded According to Students' Academic Ability as Evidenced by TOEIC Reading Scores
(28) 219-224   1999
A Proposal of Vocabulary Instruction based on Vocabulary Levels of Tokoha Gakuen Junior College Students-English Major
Bulletin of Tokoha Gakuen Junior College   (29) 69-79   1998
The Present Situation and Problems of"Tutorials"in Tokoha Gakuen Junior College Japanese Language Program -Based on the Questionnaire by the Japanese and Foreign Students-
Bulletin of Tokoha Gakuen Junior College   (28) 69-84   1997
On the Relationship between Univeasal Grammar and the Interpretation of Reflexives in the Second Language Acquisition
Bulletin of Tokoha Gakuen Junior College   (26) 21-37   1995
Benefactive Expressions in Japanese Passive Constructions
Bulletin of Tokoha Gakuen Junior College   24,1-15    1993
Notes on Japanese Benefactive Expressions-with special reference to auxiliary verb [-te moraw]-
Bulletin of Tokoha Gakuen Junior College   23,45-55    1992
The Role of [-temorau] in Japanese Benefactive Passive
Bulletin of Tokoha Gakuen Junior College   22    1991
The Semantics of Benefactive Passive
Bulletin of Tokoha Gakuen Junior College   21    1990

Conference Activities & Talks

 
A Longitudinal Study of an Extensive Reading Program: What Factors Help Students Read One Million Words per Year for the Two Year Period?
Satomi Shibata、RACHI Emiko
The Third Extensive Reading World Congress   19 Sep 2015   
What Does "Pleasure of Extensive Reading" Actually Mean to Students
RACHI Emiko、Satomi Shibata
The Third Extensive Reading World Congress   19 Sep 2015   
How Do Audiobooks Help Learners Read Exceeding One Million Words?
RACHI Emiko、Satomi Shibata
8th Annual Extensive Reading Seminar 2015   21 Jun 2015   
An analysis of perceived difficulties toward extensive reading : what makes it so difficult for Japanese learners to keep reading?
RACHI Emiko、SHBATA Satomi
Extensive Reading and Listening Forum   4 Feb 2014   
A Self Access Center environment Supporing Extensive Reading
RACHI Emiko, SHIBATA Satomi, HOURDEQUIN Peter
Japan Extensive Reading Association   Sep 2011   
Evaluating University Student Agency and Autonomy with Narrative Frames
HOURDEQUIN Peter,SHIBATA Satomi, RACHI Emiko
The 2nd Extensive reading World Congress   15 Sep 2013   

Teaching Experience

 
 

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on Extensive Reading Approach
Project Year: 2007   
Study on English Education at schools for the deaf
Project Year: 2006   
Study on second language acquisition based on Universal Grammar
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