基本情報

所属
神戸市外国語大学 外国語学部 英米学科 助教授
学位
MASTER English Education(Temple University,Osaka)

J-GLOBAL ID
200901029089388291

Donna Hurst Tatsuki (Ed.D., Temple University, Japan) is the Director of the Graduate School for English Language Education and Research at Kobe City University of Foreign Studies (GSELER), where in-service teachers pursue advanced graduate degrees. Unique is this programme’s focus on reflective practice and teacher personal growth, which beneficially augments the typical focus on research skills.
Her research interests include cross-cultural pragmatics, language teaching materials development, conversation analysis, and storytelling/narrative design. She has recently researched multi-party talk-in-interaction of Model United Nations simulations and the representations of gender/ethnicity in government approved language textbooks. Current research projects include: MUN preparation in the flipped classroom, ELF in MUN simulations, and narrative strategies in complex negotiations.
Recently edited books include Pragmatics: Teaching speech acts (TESOL, 2010, with N. Houck); Pragmatics: Teaching natural conversation (TESOL, 2011, with N. Houck); Storytelling: Repositioning Literary Texts in Language Teaching (Foreign Studies Research Series, 90, Kobe Gaidai, 2015). Fictions: Studi sulla narratività XV. Special Issue: Stories For Learning: Storytelling And Didactics (Fabrizio Serra Editore, 2016); Back to Basics: Filling the Gaps in Pragmatics Teaching Materials (JALT, 2016 with D. Fujimoto); Teaching Narratives (Journal of Research Institute, 54, Kobe Gaidai, 2016).

論文

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書籍等出版物

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講演・口頭発表等

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Works(作品等)

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共同研究・競争的資金等の研究課題

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社会貢献活動

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メディア報道

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その他

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  • 2017年10月 - 2017年10月
    Teachers from the Board of Education were welcomed to observe and participate in my Film Studies class.