ORII, Mamiko

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Name
ORII, Mamiko
Alternative names
Mamiko Orii-Akita, Mamiko Akita-Orii
Affiliation
Waseda University
Section
Faculty of Education and Integrated Arts and Sciences School of Education
Job title
Professor
Degree
M.A.(University of Durham(U.K.))
Research funding number
30334585

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
2000
 - 
2001
Chiba University, lecturer
 
2001
   
 
University of Electro-Communications
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1995
School of Education, Waseda University
 
 
 - 
2001
Department of Linguistics and English language, University of Durham
 

Published Papers

 
Human cognitive processing and the interactive teaching method in EFL listening comprehension.
Mamiko, Orii-Akita.
62 1-12   2014
Global Foreign Accent and Classroom Input in L2 Perception and Production.
Akita, M.
Proceedings of the 30th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development, Cascadilla Press.   1 1-14   2006
The effectiveness of a prosody-oriented approach in L2 perception and production
Akita, M.
Proceedings of the 29th Annual Boston University Conference on Language Development   1 24-36   2005
The acquisition of the IP structure of relative clauses in L2 learners of Japanese
Oga, K. & Akita, M.
Proceedings of the 2004 International Symposium on Applied Linguistics and Language Teaching   544-549   2005
Prenominal modification in L2 learners of Japanese.
Oga, K. & Akita, M.
Journal of Hokkaido University of Education   55(2) 1-16   2005

Research Grants & Projects

 
The effectiveness of interactive teaching methods in EFL classrooms: a comparison with bottom-up and top-down methods.
Project Year: Apr 2012 - Mar 2016
This study evaluated the effectiveness of three teaching methods that employ three models of listening comprehension; bottom-up, top-down, and interactive; in the context of teaching English listening comprehension to Japanese university students....
Global Foreign Accent and the effectiveness of the prosody-oriented approach.
This pretest-treatment-posttest-delayed-posttest design study investigated the relationship between global foreign accent(GFA), which is an impressionistic judgement of overall non-native pronunciation(see Anderson-Hsieh, Johnson & Koehler 1992) a...