Tamagawa University:

Center for English as a Lingua Franca Forum: Language teaching in the Asian context

Date: Saturday, March 7th, 2015 Time: 1:30 PM - 3:15 PM

Speaker: Featuring Damian J. Rivers (Future University Hakodate) and Glenn Toh (Tamagawa University)

Presentations: (all presentations are in English)

  • Speakerhood status, institutional discourse and voices from the inside: An exploration of the native-speaker criterion and native-speakerism in Japanese higher education
    Dr. Damian J. Rivers
  • Doing justice to the English as a lingua franca paradigm
    Dr. Glenn Toh
  • Developing intercultural sensitivity in an ELF program through digital pen pal exchange
    Simeon Flowers
  • Using streaming video in the classroom: The evolution of feature films as an effective tool for learning English
    Michelangelo Magasic
  • Tools for classroom management and beyond
    Blagoja Dimoski
  • Devising an effective methodology for measuring the benefit of L2 subtitled extensive watching on learner motivation, autonomy and skill development
    Thomas C. Saunders
  • Understanding you, understanding me: English as a lingua franca and the use of small group presentations to focus on listening and interactive note taking
    Dara Langley

Please RSVP by March 4th to celfforum@tamagawa.ac.jp

Organization: Tamagawa University

Cost: free

Venue: Tamagawa University, Building 5, 6-1-1 Tamagawagakuen, Machida, Tokyo (5 mins from Tamagawagakuenmae station, north exit)

Location: Machida City, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan


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