JALT NEWS




September 10th, 2017 (Sunday)



Teachers and researchers involved in language teaching and learning are encouraged to submit an abstract to present a poster, make a short presentation, or facilitate a workshop. Submissions should present projects or studies that are either on-going or already completed. Workshops, short presentations and posters can be in English only, in Japanese only, or in both languages. CLICK HERE for more information.

The Program Committee will consider two categories of submissions:

  • Research on learning and teaching languages: study, action-research, field review…
  • Best Practices: innovative and successful classroom practices that can be applied effectively by other language teachers


Okinawa Trends in Language Teaching Conference 2016


Date and Time:  

December 17 (Saturday) 10:00am - 12:00pm
Professor Emeritus Tony Jenkins  Okinawa Prefectural University of Arts

Lecture on the Culture & History of the Ryukyus


December 18 (Sunday) 1:00pm  - 5:00pm

Keynote Speaker:  Andy Boon, Toyo Gakuen University

Beyond Trends: Teachers as Researchers


+ Poster Presentations



Location:

Okinawa Prefectural University of Arts  (Tonokura Campus)
General Education Building (一般教育棟)





The 2016 Trends in Language Teaching Conference was held at the Okinawa Prefectural University of Arts on December 17-18. Dr. Andy Boon was the keynote speaker and gave the presentation, "Beyond Trends: Teachers as Researchers."  There was also a cultural and historical lecture conducted by Professor Emeritus Tony Jenkins on December 17.  The event had over 20 presenters who made poster presentations about research and teaching practices. We were delighted to welcome 5 overseas scholars who joined us from Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Indonesia as well as 9 scholars from mainland Japan, and many other presenters and attendees from Okinawa. There will be a post-conference publication published in OTB Forum



Poster Presentations

English in Indonesian Schools: issues and challenges

Didi Suherdi; Indonesia University of Education

 

Hong Kong Primary School Pupils’ Perceptions of English Learning

Barry Bai; The Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

Blended Learning: Reflection on Experiences in Designing and Implementing eLearning Materials

Ivy Ho and Agnes Fong; The Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

A Study of Mathematics Communication Using Roman Jakobson’s Communicative Model

Wen-Hua Chen; National Taiwan Normal University

 

The Impact of Classroom English on Student Attitudes and Behavior

Anthony Sellick and James Bury; Shumei University, Faculty of Teacher Education

 

Interaction During Peer Discussions: Conversation Analytic of Task-Based Language Learning

David Aline and Yuri Hosoda; Kanagawa University

 

Preparing Students for a Debate Festival

David Kluge; Nanzan University

 

First Semester Orientation and Survival Skills

Douglas Sweetlove; Kinjo Gakuin University

 

Out-of-class Conversation Recording Using Smartphones: Four Years in

Matthew Taylor; Kinjo Gakuin University

 

First Impressions of False Models

Justin Foster-Sutherland; Kaiho High School

 

Creating Music Videos in a Project-Based Language Classroom

Ashley Ford; Nanzan University

 

Capitalizing on the Strengths and Complementing the Weaknesses of Native and Non-Native English Speaking Teachers

Takaaki Hiratsuka; University of the Ryukyus


Student Digital Literacy: A Study Using PDF Files for Reading

George MacLean; University of the Ryukyus


Novel Study with Digital Supports

Dennis Patterson and Nadine Richard; Okinawa Amicus International School

 

Use of "Skype Online English Conversation" for intermediate-level students

Masanori Tokeshi; Meio University


Perspectives on online collaborative L2 writing and communication

Norman Fewell; Meio University


The Development of Student Internal Action Frameworks (IAF) through a Continual Connective Curriculum for Self-regulating Learning

Kevin Watson; University of the Ryukyus



     


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Proposals will be accepted until Monday, December 12.


We are delighted to host the "Trends in Language Teaching Conference" and welcome the many scholars who have traveled great distances to share their knowledge and insight with us. Interesting and informed presenters from Okinawa and places well beyond.  The selection process for each of the presenters was thorough and strict, ensuring only the best of the best. 


The TLT Conference is a groundbreaking and historical event for Okinawa JALT. We would like to take this opportunity to express our gratitude to all of the volunteers and the new team of officers who have been working 24/7 to help create and promote an atmosphere of learning, sharing, and professional development. We would also like to thank the many presenters who will be joining us for the conference. We are looking forward to many interesting and insightful presentations from everyone. 


Conference Schedule

12:30    Registration
13:00    Opening Ceremony
13:30    Keynote - Andy Boom
14:10    Break
14:25    Poster Presentations
15:20    Closing Ceremony



Location: 
 Okinawa Prefectural University of Arts (Tonokura Campus) - General Education Building (一般教育棟)
Guide to Location: 
 Link to meeting location
Fee for JALT members: 
 1,000 yen
Fee for one-day members: 
 2,000 yen
FREE for students, Okinawa JALT & SELT members

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Okinawa JALT 2016 Events




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The JALT PanSIG International Conference is an annual event sponsored and organized by Special Interest Groups (SIGs) of the Japan Association for Language Teaching (JALT). The 15th Annual JALT PanSIG International Conference was held at Meio University. It was the first major language teachers' conference ever held in Okinawa.  The conference brought together leading scholars and practitioners in language education from Japan, Asia, and throughout the world.






 About Okinawa JALT



Okinawa JALT has two main purposes: professional development for language teachers and promoting language education in the community. Our events feature world-renowned scholars as well as local language professionals. We hold workshops to help our members with practical teaching needs. We also provide opportunities for our members to make presentations and publish research. By working together as a dedicated community of professionals, we can share ideas and improve the quality of our teachingWorkshops and presentations are generally held every other month at local university venues. We also offer "Flex Events" for those wishing to organize their own workshops or conferences.. For additional information, please check this website for updates or look for us on Facebook.

沖縄JALTは主に2つの柱を目的としています。それは、 語学専門家の研究発展及び地域の語学教育促進です。沖縄   JALTは、世界的有名学者や地域で活躍する語学専門学者の方々を招き語学の専門的知識を向上させる企画を行いす。沖縄JALTでは会員の皆様へ実践的な語学教育法などを研究発表会・勉強会・研修会・学会などを通し需要や必要性に応じ開催致します。更に、会員の皆様には、研究発表の場や研究論文の出版を致します。専門家が集まる団体とし活動していくことで、お互いの意見や考えを共有することができ、よりよい教育の質を向上して行くことが可能となります。基本的に研究発表会・研修会や学会などは、琉球大学にて毎月第3日曜日に開催致します。勉強会などの終了後は自由ですが、気楽な雑談会といった形で意見交換を行っております。夏や年末には親睦を深める意味でバーベキューとクリスマス・パーティーを開催致します。より詳しく情報を得たいお方は、沖縄JALTのWebFacebookをご参照ください。




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Interested in becoming a national member of JALT? Click here to sign up!

Interested in local JALT membership? Click here for information!

Interested in becoming an officer? Click here to contact us!



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We now offer an on-demand system for creating your own customized conference. 
Just tell us the date, time, and give us 3 months' notification. 
Bring 10 or more people to the conference, and we will do everything else. 

Let us know a theme/date, and we'll do the rest (reserving the facilities, and promoting/organizing the event)

1. Decide on a date/theme

2. Bring 10+ JALT members

3. Give us 3 months' notification


Click here for more information about FLEX Events

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Recently Held Events


       

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2015 Trends in Language Teaching Conference


Come and enjoy the holidays with Okinawa JALT! This conference will feature two distinguished keynote speakers, Professor Jim Elwood of Meiji University and Professor Andrew Meyerhoff of Saga University. We are also delighted to have many scholars from Kanda University and elsewhere presenting their latest research. More details will be provided as the event nears. If you are interested in learning more about this event, please click here to visit the official Trends in Language Teaching Conference website. If you are interested in making a presentation at this event, please click here to register.





   


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Keynote Speakers

 

Jim Elwood, Meiji University

  Andrew Meyerhoff, Saga University

 

Featuring presentations by Kanda University's

 

 Tetsuko Fukawa

 Stuart Benson

 Rachel Manley

 Krista Owen

 Sharon Sakuda

 Sam Morris

 Charlotte Lin

 Robert Werner

 Dana Patrick Brem

 Euan Bonner

 Joe W. Moody

 Adrienne Stacy

 Lorraine Kipling

  Anna Twitchell

 Barton Colmerauer

 Jackie Holowczyk

 Jeremy Eades

 

 Presentations also by

 Masanori Tokeshi, Meio University

 Howard Higa, Chubu Gakuin University

Takaaki Hiratsuka, University of the Ryukyus


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October 31 - November 1, 2015 
Meio University, Nago, Okinawa 
Click here for more information!

Speech, Drama, & Debate Conference 
English Speech Contest
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Kenshi Nakaima, Best Speech Keiichiro Hashimoto, Judge's Prize

Aki Nakamura, Judge's Prize

Leonardo Onodera, Judge's Prize


An Afternoon of Poster Presentations
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In addition to workshops and research presentations, the SDD Conference also featured poster presentations. Many Meio University students participated in the event. In the above photo, we see Yuta Suzuki explaining how music can be helpful for learning a language. 
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Recently, we were delighted to hold workshops featuring two world-renowned scholars, Professor Emeritus John F. Fanselow of Columbia University, and Distinguished Professor Rod Ellis of the University of Auckland.


   
Rod Ellis

Using Tasks in Language Teaching


Consciousness-Raising Tasks for Grammar Teaching



Professor Rod Ellis is currently a Distinguished Research Professor in the Department of Applied Language Studies and Linguistics in University of Auckland, New Zealand. He received a doctorate from the University of London. He has been a leading theorist of task-based language learning and authored more than 30 books and 100 articles on second language acquisition, language teaching, and teacher education.




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     Learning how to use FOCUS - 
     a system for describing our teaching


            
     Five rules to follow to enable learners to learn

      
Professor Emeritus at Columbia University, 
John F. Fanselow, was our guest speaker on the weekend of February 14th & 15th at the University of the Ryukyus (Faculty of Law and Letters building, room 201). Dr. Fanselow conducted two workshops. The theme of the first workshop on Saturday was "Learning how to use FOCUS - a system for describing our teaching," and Sunday's workshop was "Five rules to follow to enable learners to learn." These events were co-hosted by Okinawa JALT and Okinawa SELT (Society of English Language Teachers). The University of the Ryukyu's Center of Community Project (COC) sponsored the event. 
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Trends in Language Teaching Conference 2014

JALT Okinawa hosted a Trends in Language Teaching Conference. More than 70 people attended the conference, and presentations were given by 30 people, two-thirds of whom traveled from outside Okinawa to attend. Andy Boon of Toyo Gakuen University and David Kluge of Nanzan University served as keynote speakers. Awards were given for poster presentations and included Charlotte Lin for Outstanding Poster Presentation, Samantha May for Excellent Poster Presentation, and Lorraine Kipling for Outstanding Poster. This groundbreaking and historical event for Okinawa JALT was made possible thanks to an energetic group of volunteers who worked 24/7 to help create and promote an atmosphere of learning, sharing, and professional development. We’re very grateful to the seven students from the University of the Ryukyus and Meio University who worked as interns. Promotional support was provided by Cengage Learning and the University of the Ryukyu's Center of Community Project (COC), and JALT Okinawa would especially like to thank our sponsors for their kind and generous assistance.


KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Andy Boon, Toyo Gakuen University 
David Kluge, Nanzan University 

FEATURED SPEAKERS

Shizuyo Asai, Ritsumeikan University                      Andy Boon, Toyo Gakuen University
Stuart Champion, Kanda University                         Jeremy Eades, Kanda University
Norman Fewell, Meio University                               Tetsuko Fukawa,  Kanda University                                             
Wataru Gima, University of the Ryukyus                  Tim Greer, Kobe University
Chad Hamilton,  Kanda University                            Takaaki Hiratsuka, University of the Ryukyus 
Joseph Hosback, Ritsumeikan University                 Yu Hsiang, University of the Ryukyus
Shawn Hupka,  Kanda University                              Lorraine Kipling,  Kanda University
David Kluge, Nanzan University                                Fernando Kohatsu, University of the Ryukyus
Nicholas Lambert, Toyo University                            Ryan Lege,  Kanda University                                           
Chris Leyland, Kobe University                                  Charlotte Lin,  Kanda University
George MacLean University of the Ryukyus               Samantha Marta, Kanda University
Bill Pellowe, Kinki University                                     Kristina Peterson, Ritsumeikan University
Jia Ping, National Taiwan University of Science           Kim Rockwell, University of Aizu
Paul Shimizu, Fukuoka                                             Tokuyu Uza, Meio University
Kevin Watson, University of the Ryukyus                    Madoka Yabiku, University of the Ryukyus

PRESENTATION TOPICS
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Role Playing
Inspire Your Students
Short-Term Overseas Study
Project Adventure: An Overview
iLiterate: Multiliteracies and the iPad
Student Beliefs in Language Learning
English for Sport Instruction & Coaching
Communication Repair: If It's Broken, Fix It! 
Extensive Reading Gamification with Badges
Overcoming Barriers to Acquire Listening Skills 
Encourage Active Participation with Answer Paddles
Suprasegmental Instruction: Pausing and Intelligiblity 
Incorporating Media Literacy into your EFL classroom
Seeing is Believing: The Mechanics of Sound Production 
Introducing Medical Terminology to EFL Nursing Students 
How to Teach English Pronunciation using Useful Websites
Student Perceptions of Medical English Curricula: A Survey 
Sharing Responsibility: Self Assessment and Self Evaluation 
Social Behavior and Interaction: Okinawans in South America 
University Students' Anxiety towards English Language Study
The Influence of Interrogatives in Written Corrective Feedback
Mobile Learning: Using Tablets in University English Writing Classes
iPads and the Learning by Design Knowledge Processes Framework 
The Colour of English: Using Colour to Stimulate Language Learning
Learning in Context: A Self-development Approach to Presentation Skills 
Language learning incorporated in global human resource development program
Pre-enactment and the Use of Physical Artifacts in Pre-class Planning Discussions
Employing Narrative Frames for Needs Analysis: The Case of a Newly-Hired Teacher 
Music and Language Teaching: Affordances and Constraints of the Digital Work Station
The Graphic Organizer Textbook Approach: A Learner-centered Approach to  Reading




Events Coming Soon...


We are currently planning many events and more details will be announced soon. Please check this website or Facebook for updates. 

Those interested in attending or participating in any event may contact us at okiJALT@gmail.com. Please note: before making travel arrangements to Okinawa, please notify us that you are coming.




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2nd Joint International Methodology Research Colloquium

2回言語教育研究方法論世界大会


Date & Time:  216-17

Day 1: 10:00–18:00 (February 16, 2016)  

Day 2: 13:00–15:00 (February 17, 2016)


Location: 

Tenbusu Naha, Okinawa, Japan (Kokusai Dori)   http://www.tenbusu.jp/

3-2-10, Makishi, Naha-city, Okinawa, Japan 900-0013

TEL : 098-868-7810

See here for access information: http://www.tenbusu.jp/shisetsu_riyou/access/index.html

Advance registration is not necessary. The Conference is free for all participants.


Sponsored by Okinawa JALT (Japan Association for Language Teaching) ,

Corpus SIG, Korea Association of Teachers of English (KATE), Korea,

&

Methodology SIG, Kansai Chapter,

Language Education and Technology (LET), Japan


See the website for more details: http://mizumot.com/methodology

Download the program here:   http://mizumot.com/methodology/index.php/meeting


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Foreign Language and Literature Society of Okinawa Special Lecture presents


What a Look Inside the Mouth

Can Tell Us About Language


Speaker:Professor Diana Archangeli

     Hong Kong University / University of Arizona (on leave/sabbatical)

Where:Room 201, Faculty of Law and Letters, University of the Ryukyus

When:14:00 – 15:30, Sat. Feb. 20, 2016

法科学鑑定研究所 【ヒトの調音器官】

Professor Archangeli will talk about the use of ultrasound for language research. She will use examples from language acquisition, language learning, language variation, and more.

**The talk will be given in English without Japanese interpretation**


Contact: Masahide Ishihara

Faculty of Law and Letters, University of the Ryukyus

ishihara@ll.u-ryukyu.ac.jp




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JALT PanSIG International Conference 2016

Date and Time:  Friday, 20 May 2016  - Sunday, 22 May 2016
Location: Meio University

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This is an international conference featuring several hundred scholars in the field of TESOL and applied linguistics. The keynote speakers include professors Rod Ellis, Tim Murphey and Joseph Falout. Come and see history in the making as Okinawa JALT brings to you the Japan Association for Language Teaching's most notable and dynamic conference ever!

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Okinawa JALT 2016 Elections 

Date and Time:  Sunday, 3 July 2016 - 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Location: University of the Ryukyus

In accordance with the Constitution and Bylaws of the Okinawa Chapter of the Japan Association for Language Teaching, the annual election for officers who will serve the JALT Okinawa Chapter will be held in July. Details TBA.






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Transformation in Language Education
Aichi Industry & Labor Center – WINC Aichi
Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
November 25th - 28th, 2016
Deadline for proposal submissions: February 15, 2016