TANIGUCHI Shigenori

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Name
TANIGUCHI Shigenori
Affiliation
Tokoha University
Section
Faculty of Foreign Studies, Department of Global Communication
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
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Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2011
 - 
Today
Professor, Tokoha Gakuen University
 
Apr 2005
 - 
Mar 2010
Associate Professor, Tokoha Gakuen University
 
Apr 1996
 - 
Mar 2005
Associate Professor, Kawaguchi Junior College
 
Apr 1993
 - 
Today
Part-time Lecturer, Sanno Junior College
 
Apr 1990
 - 
Mar 1996
Full-time Lecturer, Kawaguchi Junior College
 
Apr 1989
 - 
Mar 1990
Part-time Lecturer, Kanagawa Institute of Technology
 
Apr 1988
 - 
Mar 1993
Part-time Lecturer, Kanagawa University
 
Apr 1985
 - 
Mar 1989
Part-time teacher, Seisoku High School
 

Education

 
Apr 2003
 - 
Mar 2007
English Linguistics Course, Graduate School of Foreign Linguistics, Nagoya Gakuin University
 
Apr 1985
 - 
Mar 1988
English Literature Course, Graduage School of Letters, Chuo University
 
 
 - 
1988
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Chuo University
 
 
 - 
1985
Faculty of Literature, Chuo University
 
Apr 1981
 - 
Mar 1985
English Studies, Faculty of Letters, Chuo University
 

Published Papers

 
A Study of an Improvement on a Class Introducing Project Based Learning
TANIGUCHI Shigenori
(37) 317-328   Mar 2017
A Study of Teaching Technique to Make Japanese Learners Understand the Concept of Present Perfect Aspect - Based on the Core Meaning of the Construction
Review of Foreign Languages   (12) 1-22   Mar 2011
A Study of a Technique to Teach Japanese College Students the Effect of Using Metaphors - To Make the Listener Perform the Perlocutionary Act
Tokoha Gakuen University Research Review Faculty of Foreign Studies   (27) 127-141   Mar 2011
A Study on the Concept of "Good Classes": Examples of the Classes to Arouse Students' Motivation for Learning
Tokoha Gakuen University Research Review Faculty of Education   (31) 181-214   Mar 2011
Reconsideration on Teaching Technique to Promote Japanese Learners' Understanding of Phrasal Verbs to a Level Closer to That of Native Speakers of English -From the Viewpoints of Discourse Analysis-
Tokoha Gakuen University Research Review Faculty of Foreign Studies   (25) 119-129   Mar 2009
A Study of the Educational Effect about Introducing an Interactive Whiteboard into an English Grammar Class
Tokoha Gakuen University Research Review Faculty of Education   (29) 139-161   2009
Teaching Method to Promote Japanese Learner's Cognition of Phrasal Verbs, Get Up/Down, to a Level Closer to That of Native Speakers of English
Tokoha Gakuen University Research Review Faculty of Foreign Studies   (24) 49-79   Mar 2008
A Study of an Appropriate Way for the College Entrance Examination Based on Collaborative Education between a College and High Schools
Tokoha Gakuen University Research Review Faculty of Education   (28) 303-327   Mar 2008
A Study of Teaching Method to Make Japanese Students Understand the Meanings of the Phrasal Verbs, 'Take + Adverbs' - Tracing the Development from the Core Meaning
Tokoha Gakuen University Research Review Faculty of Foreign Studies   (23) 11-46   Mar 2007
A Study of a Method to Teach Japanese Students the Meanings of Two Verbs 'Get' and 'Take' - "Core" and Other Meanings through Metaphors
Tokoha Gakuen University Research Review Faculty of Foreign Studies   (22) 23-42   Mar 2006
A Report of Systematic Training of Four Skills - Aiming to Achieve 350 of the TOEIC Test -
Journal of Kawaguchi Junior College   (16) 73-100   Dec 2002
A Training for Basic English Communication Skills at an Office
Kawaguchi Junior College Journal   (15) 47-75   Dec 2001
The Effect of Three Kinds of Vocabulary Games in the Class of English as a Foreign Language - As an Introduction for Understanding Cultural Differences -
Kawaguchi Junior College Journal   (13) 91-136   Dec 1999
Understanding Basic Knowledge of HIV and AIDS for the Class of English as a Foreign Language
Kawaguchi Junior College Journal   (11) 83-110   Dec 1997
How to Teach Arranging Business Cards - The Practice in the 3-day Intensive Schooling
Kawaguchi Junior College Journal   (8) 133-161   Dec 1994
The Influence of Medieval 'Banns' in King Henry VIII
Kawaguchi Junior College Journal   (6) 239-253   Dec 1992
Othello's Bedchamber and Hell Castle in the York Plays
Kawaguchi Junior College Journal   (4) 191-214   Dec 1990
Two Porter Scenes in the York "Conspiracy" and Macbeth
Chuo University Bulletin of Graduate Studies   (18IV) 33-44   Mar 1989

Misc

 
An Analogy between Two Porter Scenes -The York"Conspiracy" and ┣DBMacbeth(/)-┫DB-
Chuo University   18IV    1989
Othello's Bedchamber and Hell Castle in the York Plays
kawaguchi Junior College   4    1990
The Influence of Medieval 'Bauns'in ┣DBKing HenryVIII(/)-┫DB
Kawaguch Junior College   6    1992
How to Teach Arranging Business Cards -The Practice in the 3-day Intensive Schooling-
Journal of Kawaguchi Junior College   (8)    1994
A Report of EFL Classes at a Junior College in Japan -Understanding Basic Knowledge on Business Letters-
Journal of Kawaguchi Junior College   (10)    1996
Understanding Basic Knowledge of HIV and AIDS for the Class of English as a Second Language
Journal of Kawaguchi Junior College   (11)    1997
The Effect of Three Kinds of Vocabulary Games in the Class of English as a Foreign Language -As an Introduction for Understanding Cultural Differences-
Journal of Kawaguchi Junior College   (13)    1999
A Training for Basic English Communication Skills at an Office
Journal of Kawaguchi Junior College   (15)    2001
A Report of Syetematic Training on Four Skills -Aiming to Achieve 350 of the TOEIC Test-
Journal of Kawaguchi Junior College   (16)    2002

Research Grants & Projects

 
Teaching methods making use of student's knowledge of their first language (Japanese) as facilitation
Semantic differences between English basic verbs and Japanese words for their translation
The influence of medieval mystery plays on Shakespeare's drama