My co-authored paper (with Dr. Bee Chamcharatsri) has been accepted for publication in Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching. The title of the article is “Emotions in second language poetry writing: A poetic inquiry into Japanese EFL students’ language learning experiences“.
Atsushi’s research paper has been accepted for publication in Qualitative Inquiry. The title of the article is “I Feel Like I Can’t Avoid Dying”: A Poetic Representation of a Survivor’s Traumatic Experience in the Great East Japan Earthquake.
Atsushi’s article has been included in the book, Literature, Spoken Language and Speaking Skills in Second Language Learning (Cambridge University Press). The title of the article is “Haiku and spoken language: Corpus-Driven analyses of linguistic features in English-language haiku writing” (Chapter 5).
Atsushi’s article has been published in the book, 新しい時代の英語科教育法. The title of the article is “ライティング指導理論と実践” (Chapter 8).
I’ve been invited to give two talks on Second Language Poetry Writing at Gunma JALT (venue: Ikaho Seminar House) on September 9-8, 2018. Looking forward to seeing you all there!!
“Transforming Writing Classes with Poetry”
I’ve been invited to give a talk on English LanguagHaiku at Yokohama JALT (venue: Yokohama Kyoiku Kaikan) on June 30, 2018. Looking forward to seeing you all there!!
I’ve been invited to give a plenary talk on second language writing at The 5th Annual English Scholars Beyond Borders Conference & Symposium (University of Toyama) on March 23-25, 2018. Looking forward to seeing you all there!!
We are so happy to inform you that a group of Japanese L2 writing specialists starts to hold a regular meeting to discuss the issue and trend of L2 writing. We are looking forward to seeing you at the Research Forum in Osaka.
First meeting: Jan 27, 2018
- Second Language Writing Research: Shifting Paradigms and Current Trends (Dr. Sachiko Yasuda)
- US Writing Center Research and Practice: Implications for Writing Centers in Japan (Dr. Mayumi Fujioka)
Second meeting: Mar 10, 2018
- English Writing Tutors’ Assessment on Japanese Expository Essays: Using a FACETS Analysis (Dr. Junko Otoshi)
- Exploring Second Language Poetry Writing (Dr. Atsushi Iida)
Atsushi’s research paper has been accepted for publication in Qualitative Inquiry. The title of the article is Living in darkness at the time of the Great East Japan Earthquake: A poetic-narrative autoethnography.