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Title: Listening & Speaking, Reading & Writing: Improving Four English Language Skills through the Eclectic Approach of International Educators in Japan
Other Titles: 日本における英語4技能(聞く・話す・読む・書く)の向上 ―多様なアプローチの可能性―
Authors: Muramoto, Erica Maria
Karsten, Angela Marli
Nagatani, Luzinete de Lima
Nakajima, Yukiko
Keywords: Eclectic pedagogy
four English language skills
international teaching approach
Japan
Issue Date: 31-Mar-2018
Publisher: 共愛学園前橋国際大学
Abstract: This paper elaborates on the language teaching experiences of four international educators working in Japan. With diverse nationalities and backgrounds, and as language learners themselves, these professionals’ eclectic approach is the result of many years of teaching within a multilingual and multicultural environment. It is argued that alternative forms of teaching might influence student’s motivation towards speaking, listening, reading and writing in an L2 (second/foreign language). In addition, the authors provide a few suggestions of activities that might contribute to successful outcomes in the English language education in Japan, which presently strives for communicative language teaching practices.
Description: 研究ノート
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10087/12182
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