- 計算機システム Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL)
- 学習支援システム Learning Management Systems (LMS)
- 学習支援システム Course Management Systems (CMS)
- 教育工学 mobile assisted language learning (MALL), computer assisted language learning (CALL), extensive reading (ER), smartphones, iPad, Blackboard (Bb), Technology Acceptance Model (TAM), Mobile-learning, learner autonomy, digital literacies, Google Drive
- 教育工学 Mobile Assisted Language Learning (MALL)
- 教育工学 Online Teaching and Learning
- 教育工学 Asynchronous and Synchronous Teaching and Learning
- 外国語教育 English as a Lingua Franca, Induction practices, Orientation meeting, Curriculum development, Teacher development, Computer assisted language learning, Extensive Reading
- 外国語教育 EFL, ESL, TESOL
- 外国語教育 Extensive Reading (ER)
- 教育学 learner autonomy, English as a foreign language, English as a lingua franca, second language acquisition, L1, L2, reading comprehension, writing, listening, speaking, pedagogy, multiple intelligences, curriculum development, syllabus design
- 電子デバイス・電子機器 Smartphones, iPhone, iPad, Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Forms, Google Slides, Dropbox, Evernote, digital literacies, mobile assisted learning, QR
- 学生のパフォーマンスと認識：多読の実装と管理オンライン 個人研究 スマートフォン、タブレット、今日のタッチスクリーンのラップトップは、一見どこにでも世界では、誰に特化した、複雑な操作や数百のアプリケーションを提供することのできる強力なツールです。第二言語学習者とそれらを教える人のために、これらのツールは、突然、21世紀の学生のための読書体験を作り直しと多読（ER）の研究を活性化する可能性があります。もっぱらモバイルデバイスのメディアを通じてデジタルERへの探査にのみ出現しています
- Mobile-based Extensive Reading: An investigation into reluctant readers 個人研究 Mobile devices have sweeping repercussions in education and suggest shifting content-engagement paradigms. Extensive reading (ER) is not unaffected by the many evolving aspects of mobile technology in second language classrooms. This paper reflects on Xreading?, an online graded reader (GR) and learning management sys-tem (LMS) designed for digital ER. Students at a private university in Tokyo had access to this online library using mobile devices. While overall reflections were positive...
- Effective Extensive Reading Management with Xreading 個人研究 Despite the well recognized benefits of student engagement with extensive reading (ER) (see Krashen, 2009), many teachers struggle with its implementation. Key issues include the cost of establishing and maintaining a graded reader library (Bamford and Day, 1998; Hinkelman, 2013), keeping students accountable for their reading (Campbell & Weatherford, 2013; Robb & Kano, 2013), and most importantly, finding the time to oversee the ER component, especially if it is extensive reading done outside..
- Comparing two approaches to extensive reading (ER) management in the Tamagawa ELF program: M-Reader and Xreading 個人研究 Extensive reading (ER) is regarded as an effective method by which English language learners can make substantial gains in reading fluency and overall language acquisition. For language teachers, however, the actual implementation of ER in curricula has proved very challenging. Responding to three issues: establishing accountability, providing appropriate reading assistance, and ensuring students are reading large quantities of text, the authors will report on the implementation of two online..
- 何がMALLで起こっているの？ 個人研究 日本の高等学生の100％近くになりましたモバイルデバイスを所有しています。教育者として、我々はそれらを使用して検討していることがありますが、モバイルアプリケーションの広大な配列をナビゲートすることは困難な作業となることができます。また、iOSとAndroidデバイスの学生の所有権がほぼ均等に分割されていることを考えると、先生は多くの場合、クラス全体を満たす意思決定を行うことができません。本論文では、日本の大学生の間でモバイル利用動向が2014年研究の詳細が表示され、パネルからの入力を導出...
- Extensive Reading on Mobile Devices: Is it a worthwhile strategy? 個人研究 Smartphones, and their potential applications for mobile assisted language learning (MALL), signal a shift in classroom paradigms. Given the ubiquity of smartphones and the increasing availability of digitized text, the reading experience for second language learners is one domain susceptible to change and new opportunities. Research into extensive reading (ER) through the medium of mobile devices is only an emerging area of study in the English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) classroom. This paper...
- English as a lingua franca for students in the College of Humanities and College of Arts and Sciences 機関内共同研究 In 2013, the Tamagawa University English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) program was expanded to accommodate over a thousand first-year and second-year students in the Colleges of Tourism and Hospitality, International Business, Humanities, and Arts and Sciences. This report first provides a brief overview of the ELF program and then focuses on how students in the College of Humanities (COH) and the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) progressed through the program. We analyze data gathered from an...
- Blackboard (Bb) in the Center for English as a Lingua Franca 個人研究 The internet-based learning management system (LMS) known globally as Blackboard (Bb), is an educational management framework at the forefront of online education and web-based course development. The Bb system adopted by Tamagawa University is "used by more than 20,000 organizations and more than 20 million users” (Blackboard Inc., 2014). Tamagawa University students and faculty are fortunate to have open access to one of the world’s leading edge educational software systems and one used by...
- In-Service Teacher Development: The Role of the Orientation Meeting 個人研究 The orientation meeting is an important event that may significantly affect in-service teacher development in a language program. The teacher orientation process can play a crucial role in teacher development and performance and can influence their attitudes towards the program itself. The presenters will discuss lessons learned from the process of familiarising teachers with a Tamagawa University's new English as a Lingua Franca Program.
- Meeting Needs: ESP within an English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) Program 個人研究 In early 2013, Tamagawa University in Tokyo embarked into new territories with the creation of a new College of Tourism and Hospitality (CTH) as well as the launching of a campus-wide English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) program. This paper will briefly introduce the new College and the language program as it concerns the CTH students and one area of ESP: English for Academic Purposes (EAP). The author of this paper, both a faculty member of the new College and teacher in the ELF program for...
- English as a lingua franca for students in the College of Tourism and Hospitality 個人研究 In 2013, Tamagawa University established a College of Tourism and Hospitality (CTH) and launched a campus-wide English as a Lingua Franca (ELF) Program. This paper describes the ELF program, the ELF tutor service, and the progress the students in the program have made in their English as measured by the TOEIC IP. The authors also report on the customized ELF curriculum for the CTH students. Positive feedback on their ELF program has been reported by the CTH students who appear motivated and...
- Incorporating Extensive Reading into an ELF Program: Lessons learned at Tamagawa University 個人研究 When L2 use is mainly limited to the classroom and textbooks, Japanese students need additional exposure in order to help them make sense of the language. Furthermore, university student study time outside of class is decreasing according to the Japanese Government. With these issues in mind, Extensive Reading (ER) was made part of the new ELF program at Tamagawa University in 2012. This study examines to what degree and in what manner teachers incorporated ER into their syllabi.