YAMASHITA Sayoko

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Name
YAMASHITA Sayoko
Affiliation
Meikai University
Section
Faculty of Languages and Cultures, Department of English
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor of Education(Temple University)

Research Areas

 
 

Misc

 
A Japanese course for high school students in Houston, Texas.
ATJ Journal, Association of teachers of Japanese, University of Wisconsin   57-60   1986
Is the reading comprehension performance of learners of Japanese as a second language the same as that of Japanese children? : An analysis using a cloze test.
Japanese Language Education Around the Globe   4 133-146   1994
Attitudes and communication style preferences/Communication apprehension in EFL/JSL classrooms.
ICU Research Bulletin   9 51-74   1994
English language entrance examinations at Japanese universities : what do we know about them?
JALT Journal   17-1 7-30   1995
The authors respond to O'Sullivan's letter JALT Journal : Out of criticism comes knowledge.
JALT Journal   17-2 257-260   1995

Books etc

 
Six Measures of JSL Pragmatics. Honolulu : University of Hawaii Press.
1996   
Language Testing in Japan. Tokyo : Japan Association for Language Teaching.
1995   
Attending to conversation : Tips for improving fluency.
New Ways in Teaching Listening. Washington DC : TESOL.   1995   
Monitoring student placement : A test-retest comparison.
Language Testing in Japan. Tokyo : Japan Association for Language Teachers   1995   
Introduction to language testing in Japan.
Language Testing in Japan. Tokyo : Japan Association for Language Teachers.   1995   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Research and development of Multi-media materials for teaching Japanese for medical and dental students from overseas.
Cross-cultural comparison of pragmatic strategies in realization of speech acts
Measuring interlanguage pragmatics by learners of Japanese as a second language(JSL)
Research and development of bilingual(English-Japanese)Medical Dictionary for Students
Research in clinical practice-communication strategies between a doctor and a patient.