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1.Ten Guidelines for Teaching Pronunciation@’P’˜@•½¬24”N5ŒŽ@Temple University Japan Studies 74†@Pp 143`145
2.Improving Pronunciation Through Transcription: Challenging the Critical Period Hypothesis@’P’˜@•½¬24”N7ŒŽ@Temple University Japan Studies 76†@Pp 185-191
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¬‚Q‚U”N@¹“¿‚Ì‹³‚¦ˆç‚Þ‹Z–@‚X†@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 Comprehension Skills for the TOEIC Test@’P’˜@•½¬‚Q7”N Temple University Japan Studies 96† Pp53-59
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