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.
Atsushi’s article has been published in the book, Professionalizing Second Language Writing. The title of the article is “An Early-Career Second Language Writing Scholar’s Professional Development in Japan: Challenges and Issues” (Chapter 4).
I will be invited to give a lecture on second language haiku writing at Bunkyo University on Oct 7, 2017. Looking forward to seeing you there!!
Atsushi’s research paper has been accepted for publication in TEFLIN Journal. The title of the article is “Expressing voice in a foreign language: Multilingual haiku pedagogy in the EFL writing classroom“.
Atsushi’s article has been included in the book, Asian English Language Classrooms. The title of the article is “Expressing Study Abroad Experiences in Second Language Haiku Writing: Theoretical and Practical Implications for Teaching Haiku Composition in Asian EFL Classrooms” (Chapter 12).
Atsushi will give a paper presentation at the 2016 Japan Association for Language Teaching (JALT) in Nagoya in November. The title of this presentation is: Poetry Reading and Japanese EFL Learners.
Atsushi’s article has been included in the book, Graduate study in the USA: Surviving and succeeding. The title of the article is “Scholarly publication: A multilingual perspective” (Chapter 6).
Atsushi’s research paper has been published in Eurasian Journal of Applied Linguistics. The title of the article is “Poetic identity in second language writing: Exploring an EFL learner’s study abroad experience“.
Atsushi will give a paper presentation at the 2016 Symposium on Second Language Writing (SSLW) at Arizona State University in October. The title of this presentation is: Exploring second language poetry writing: A comparative analysis of poetic texts produced by ESL and EFL writers.