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TL 2023-10-01
Tokyo University of Tokyo Interpretations of scopally ambiguous sentences by Japanese L2 learners of English
Ayaka Sugawara (Waseda Univ.) TL2023-30
 [more] TL2023-30
TL 2021-12-18
Online Online Enhancement of Speech and Reading Comprehension Activities Based on Reflection of English Extensive Reading and Oral Reports -- A Study on the Construction of a Loop Organically Connecting Out-of-Class Extensive Reading and In-Class Activities --
Yoshitaka Sugimoto (TGU), Yasushi Tsubota (KIT) TL2021-30
This empirical study examines the correlation between the increase in reading volume and the increase in reading speed (... [more] TL2021-30
HIP 2020-10-09
Online Online Pupillary responses as an objective measure of 2nd language words' comprehension for Japanese English learners
Takashi Hirata, Koji Mishima, Keisuke Fukaya, Yutaka Hirata (Chubu Univ) HIP2020-50
It has been known that the pupil of the human eye responds not only to changes in brightness, but also those in cognitiv... [more] HIP2020-50
TL 2019-07-27
Hyogo Hirao Seminar House, Konan University Island constraints in L2 English sentence comprehension by Japanese speakers
Itsuki Minemi, Yuki Hirose (UT) TL2019-10
Previous studies have proposed that typological differences between speakers’ first (L1) and second languages (L2), such... [more] TL2019-10
TL 2019-07-27
Hyogo Hirao Seminar House, Konan University [Poster Presentation] Relative Processing by L2 speakers of English
Douglas Roland (Waseda) TL2019-24
We present the results of three eye-tracking experiments: the first tested full NP vs. pronominal subject and object rel... [more] TL2019-24
TL 2017-12-10
Ehime Ehime University Comparison of vocabulary lists and their efficiency for technical English documents
Hiroyuki Yamamoto, Atsuo Kawai (Mie Univ.) TL2017-50
For researchers and engineers, English ability within their technical fields is required. It could be easily considered ... [more] TL2017-50
TL 2017-07-23
Tokyo NINJAL Why do L2 Learners Accept Ungrammatical Sentences? -- A Preliminary Study --
Toshiyuki Yamada (Gunma Univ.) TL2017-31
Why do second language learners sometimes accept ungrammatical sentences in the target language? In the present study, w... [more] TL2017-31
TL 2017-03-21
Aichi Nagoya International Centter A Website to Learn English Using Japanese-English Bilingual Corpus Classified by Grammatical Items
Masahiro Miyazaki (LangueTech) TL2016-73
This paper discribes a website to learn English grammar, reading and writing by personal computer, tablet terminator and... [more] TL2016-73
ET, IPSJ-CLE 2016-05-21
Nagano Nagano (department of technology) campus, Shinshu Univ. System for Organizing English Representation Knowledge by Sharing Modified Sentences and its Evaluation
Tomoko Kojiri, Risa Sakata (Kansai Univ.) ET2016-3
In order to write appropriate English sentences, to select not only grammatically correct words or representation but al... [more] ET2016-3
ET 2016-03-05
Kagawa Kawaga Univ. (Saiwai-cho Campus) A Extensive Reading Support System using English News
Yuji Tanimoto, Kazuaki Ando (Kagawa Univ.) ET2015-111
Extensive reading is a method of language learning that can improve reading comprehension. Extensive reading in English ... [more] ET2015-111
ET 2016-03-05
Kagawa Kawaga Univ. (Saiwai-cho Campus) e-learning System for English Reading
Tsuneo Kuwabara (Kanagawa Univ.) ET2015-112
This e-learning system supplies the explanations for grammars and sentence structures according to the contexts as well ... [more] ET2015-112
ET 2015-05-23
Chiba Chiba Institute of Technology Multimedia DAISY books as learning assistance for low-proficiency learners of English
Keiko Ishihara, Yukari Rutson-Griffiths, Misuzu Miyake, Fumio Matsukawa, Tomoko Nakamura (Hiroshima Int'l Univ.) ET2015-9
This paper aims to substantiate the efficacy of a digital English textbook designed using Digital Accessible Information... [more] ET2015-9
TL 2014-08-12
Tokyo The University of Tokyo (Komaba) 18 Bldg. Hall Eye Movements During the Processing of Pronominal Relative Clauses by Native and Non-native Speakers of English
Douglas Roland, Yuki Hirose (Univ. of Tokyo), Gail Mauner (Univ. at Buffalo), Stephanie Foraker (Buffalo State College) TL2014-15
Previous research has shown that object relative clauses are typically more difficult to process than analogous subject ... [more] TL2014-15
ET 2012-11-17
Saga   Development English Speaking Practice System Based on Dynamic Listening and Speaking Method
Kae Nakaya, Masao Murota (Tokyo Tech) ET2012-60
There are many Japanese EFL (English as a Foreign Language) learners who tend to feel difficult in speaking ENGLISH free... [more] ET2012-60
ET 2012-09-29
Okayama   A Study on the Utilization of the English Text-to-Speech Software in the Blended Instruction and its Effect
Noritake Fujishiro (Okayama Higashi Commercial H.S.), Isao Miyaji (Okayama Univ. of Science) ET2012-30
In Foreign Language Activities in elementally school and English language education in junior high school, we verified t... [more] ET2012-30
ET 2011-11-04
Okinawa   Development of an Essential Segment Identification method for Reading English Paper in Educational Technology Field
Hideo Funaoi (Hiroshima Univ.), Shiho Yoshino (Oberlin Univ.), Noriko Kano (Takushoku Univ.) ET2011-61
Engineering major students, are not good at reading English, are difficult to efficiently read papers in English. In our... [more] ET2011-61
TL 2010-11-27
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Word-final Insertion of Prolonged Vowels in English Learners' Speech
Daisuke Yokomori (JSPS), Mayumi Kawamura (Language Annotator), Yasunari Harada (Waseda Univ.) TL2010-41
Vowel epenthesis, or insertion of vowels where they shouldn't be pronounced, are among the frequent errors that Japanese... [more] TL2010-41
TL 2010-05-28
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg Longitudinal Survey of Listening/Speaking Fluency of Students Entering a Japanese College
Yasunari Harada (Waseda Univ.), Masanori Suzuki (Pearson) TL2010-5
As the Japanese society became more and more internationalized, need for spoken and written English proficiency is being... [more] TL2010-5
ET 2010-03-05
Kochi Kouchi Univ. Evaluation of English Education system based on Extensive Reading in Shinshu University
Hiroki Sato, Tomonori Wakasugi, Yuusuke Yokota, Yoshihiro Kubota, Mark Brierley, David Ruzicka, Takeshi Morishita, Masaaki Niimura (Shinshu Univ.) ET2009-128
Extensive reading is a method of learning to improve learners' reading comprehension by reading many books that are easy... [more] ET2009-128
ET 2009-12-11
Okinawa Univ. of the Ryukyus Managing and Evaluation an Extensive Reading System to Support Extensive Reading
Tomonori Wakasugi, Hiroki Sato, Masaaki Niimura (Shinshu Univ.) ET2009-67
A central part of a standard English course in a Japanese national university is extensive reading (ER), which means stu... [more] ET2009-67
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