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Publications list: ŠwŽ¯˜_•¶
1. Ten Guidelines for Teaching Pronunciation ’P’˜@•½¬24”N5ŒŽTemple University Japan Studies 74†pp143-145.
2. Improving Pronunciation Through Transcription: Challenging the Critical Period Hypothesis’P’˜ •½¬24”N7ŒŽTemple University Japan Studies 76†pp185-191.
3. Syllabus Design for a Liberal Arts School in Japan’P’˜@•½¬25”N5ŒŽ Temple University Japan Studies 82†pp 102-109.
4. Designing Pedagogical Materials for an Intermediate-Proficiency Listening and Speaking Class’P’˜@•½¬25”N11ŒŽ Temple University Japan Studies 88†pp 153-160.
5. Language Advisor Techniques to Promote Input and Output of English Language’P’˜@•½¬26”N@¹“¿‚Ì‹³‚¦ˆç‚Þ‹Z–@9† pp195-205.
6. Fostering and Monitoring Learner Autonomy through a Self-Access Center ’P’˜@•½¬26”N@¹“¿‘åŠwŒ¤‹†‹I—v¹“¿‘åŠw‘æ25†¹“¿‘åŠw’ZŠú‘åŠw‘æ47†pp113-121.
7. An Empirical Study: Developing Reading Compression Skills for the TOEIC Test’P’˜@•½¬27”NTemple University Japan Studies 96†pp 53-59.
8. Determination of University Studentsf English-Study Motivations and Preferences ’P’˜@•½¬28”N@¹“¿‘åŠwŒ¤‹†‹I—v¹“¿‘åŠw‘æ27†¹“¿‘åŠw’ZŠú‘åŠw‘æ‚S‚X† pp 103-110.
9. Who is Responsible for Studentsf Learning? ’P’˜ 2018”N3ŒŽ ¹“¿‘åŠw¶ŠUŠwKŒ¤‹†ŠŒ¤‹†Š‹I—v16† pp 15-20.
10. Awareness towards Growing English Skill Needs: Surveying First-Year Nursing Students ‹¤’˜@¹“¿‘åŠwE¹“¿‘åŠw’ZŠú‘åŠw•”@ŽÀ‘HŒ¤‹†‘æ‚R†

Presentation list: ƒ|ƒXƒ^[EŒû“ª”­•\
1. gManaging an SAC: Introducing Issues and Measuresh ’P@“ú–{Ž©—¥ŠwKŠw‰ï‚Ì”NŽŸ‘å‰ï2016ib“쏗Žq‘åŠwj
2. gPros and Cons of a Small-Scale LLCh ’P@“ú–{Ž©—¥ŠwKŠw‰ï‚Ì”NŽŸ‘å‰ï2017i_“cŠOŒê‘åŠwj
3. gEffectiveness and Training of Student Teachers as Motivators for Low-Level Language Learnersh ’P Psychology of Language Leaners 3 Šw‰ï(2018) (‘ˆî“c‘åŠw)
4. gLearning Through Cross Story Writing Tasksh ’P Task Based Learning and Teaching in Asia Šw‰ï (2018) (—´’J‘åŠw)
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