Publication

Book Chapters:

  1. Iida, A. (2019). Haiku and spoken language: Corpus-driven analyses of linguistic features in English-language haiku writing. In C. Jones, (Ed.), Literature spoken language and speaking skills (pp. 96-117). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. [abstract]
  2. 飯田敦史. (2019). 「ライティング指導理論と応用 [Writing pedagogy: Theory and practice]」. 木村松雄 (編),『新しい時代の英語科教育法:小中高を一貫とした理論と実践 [Methods of teaching English as a foreign language in the new era: Theory and practice for linking primary and secondary school education]』. 学文社, pp. 51–58.
  3. Nagamine, T., Fujieda, Y., & Iida, A. (2018). The role of emotions in reflective teaching in second language classrooms: Felt sense, emotionality, and practical knowledge acquisition. In J. de D. Martínez Agudo, (Ed.), Emotions in second language teaching: Theory, research and teacher education (pp. 145-163). New York: Springer. [abstract]
  4. Iida, A. (2017). An early-career second language writing scholar’s professional development in Japan: Challenges and issues. In P. K. Matsuda, K. O’Meara, & S.E. Snyder (Eds.), Professionalizing second language writing (pp. 44-53)Parlor Press.
  5. Iida, A. (2017). Expressing study abroad experiences in second language haiku writing:Theoretical and practical implications for teaching haiku composition in Asian EFL classrooms. In H. J. Widodo, A. S. Wood, & D. Gupta (Eds.), Asian English language classrooms: Where theory and practice meet (pp. 180-191). New York: Routledge.
  6. Iida, A. (2016). Scholarly publication: A multilingual perspective. In C. McMaster, & C. Murphy (Eds.), Graduate study in the USA: Succeeding and surviving (pp.41–49 ). New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

Research Articles:

  1. Iida, A., & Chamcharatsri, B. (accepted). Emotions in second language poetry writing: A poetic inquiry into Japanese EFL students’ language learning experiences. Innovation in Language Leaning and Teaching. [abstract
  2. Iida, A. (2021). “I feel like I can’t avoid dying”: A poetic representation of a survivor’s traumatic experience in the Great East Japan Earthquake. Qualitative Inquiry, 27(1), 45–58. [abstract]
  3. 藤尾美佐・山口高領・奥切恵・青田庄真・新井巧磨・飯田敦史・金子淳・鈴木健太郎・多田豪・辻るりこ・中竹真依子・濱田彰・横川博一・木村松雄. (2020). 「全国都道府県における英語教育研究の実態調 査-全国市レベルの取り組み-[A comparison of English education policy and vision between prefectural and municipal boards education]」『JAAL in JACET Proceedings』2, 79–86. [pdf]
  4.  山口高領・飯田敦史・多田豪・青田庄真・新井巧磨・鈴木健太郎・木村松雄.(2019).「JACET関東支部特 別研究プロジェクトB:大学における英語教員養成コアカリキュラムの実態調査 [JACET Kanto Chapter special research Project B: Teacher educators’ prospects on the core curriculum at Japanese universities]」JACET Proceedings』1, 57–64.[pdf]
  5. 木村松雄・藤尾美佐・山口高領・青田庄真・新井巧磨・飯田敦史・奥切恵・金子淳・鈴木健太郎・辻るりこ・中竹真依子・濱田彰・横川博一. (2019). 「英語教育コアカリキュラムは教員養成課程でどのようにとらえられているか:JACET関東支部特別研究プロジェクト全国調査 [How is English language teaching core curriculum perceived in the teacher education program?]」『英語教育』10, 91–97.
  6. 木村松雄・奥切恵・山口高領・青田庄真・新井巧磨・飯田敦史・鈴木健太郎・多田豪・辻るりこ・中竹真依子・濱田彰・藤尾美佐・米山明日香. (2019). 「移行期間に各自治体が取り組む英語教育−自治体における英語教育研究テーマに関する調査から [Examining themes of English language teaching in local communities during the transition period of English education reform in Japan]」『英語教育』3, 33–39. [pdf]
  7. 飯田敦・山口高領・奥切恵・青田庄真・新井巧磨・鈴木健太郎・多田豪・辻るりこ・中竹真依子・濱田彰・藤尾美佐・米山明日香・木村松雄. (2019). 「教員養成課程コアカリキュラムの実態調査 ―大学教職担当者の見解から―[Investigating teacher educators’ perceptions of the core curriculum in teacher education programs at Japanese universities]」『JACET関東支部紀要』6, 23–41.
  8. Iida, A. (2018). Living in darkness at the time of the Great East Japan Earthquake: A poetic-narrative autoethnography. Qualitative Inquiry, 24(4), 270-280. [abstract]
  9. McIlory, T., Aoki, Q. H., Iida, A., & McNabb, G. (2018). Literature in language teaching SIG forum report. JALT PanSIG 2017 Conference Proceedings, 228-233. [pdf]
  10. 飯田敦史. (2018).「群馬大学における教養英語教育改革の取り組み ―グローバル人材育成を目指して― [English curriculum reform in the Liberal Arts Education at Gunma University]」『群馬大学国際センター論集』1, 21–22.
  11. Iida, A. (2017). Second language poetry writing in the Japanese EFL classroom. The Journal of Literature in Language Teaching, 6(2), 56-68. [pdf]
  12. Iida, A. (2017). Expressing voice in a foreign language: Multiwriting haiku pedagogy in the EFL context. TEFLIN Journal, 28(2), 260-276. [pdf]
  13. Iida, A. (2017). Voicing in second language poetry writing: Implications to English as liberal arts education in the Japanese university context. The Proceedings of the 6th JAILA Conference. [pdf]
  14. Iida, A. (2017). Trends of research in English language teaching: Evidence from paper presentations at the JACET Kanto Annual Conventions. Special Issue on the 10th Anniversary of JACET-Kanto, 37-45.
  15. Iida, A. (2016). Second language poetry writing as reflective practice: A poetic inquiry into a pre-service teacher’s experience of English language learning. Language Teacher Cognition Research Bulletin 2016, 81-93. [pdf]
  16. Iida, A. (2016). Identity in second language writing: Exploring an EFL learner’s study abroad experience. Eurasian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 2(1), 1-14. [pdf]
  17. Iida, A. (2016). Exploring earthquake experiences: A study of second language learners’ ability to express and communicate deeply traumatic events in poetic form. System, 57, 120-133. [abstract]
  18. Fujieda, Y., & Iida, A. (2015). Literacy autobiography in EFL contexts: Investigating Japanese student language learning experiences: The proceedings of 2014 KOTESOL, 97-104. [pdf]
  19. McIlroy, T., Addison, N., Conway, N., Hunke, M., Iida, A., Tu, L., & Twitchell, A. (2015). Literature in language teaching SIG forum: Literature across borders. In P. Clements, A. Krause, & H. Brown (Eds.), JALT2014 Conference Proceedings. Tokyo: JALT. [pdf]
  20. Iida, A. (2014). Responding to second language poetry: Critical self-reflection on peer review activities in the Japanese EFL classroom. The Journal of Literature in Language Teaching, 3(2), 52-61. [pdf]
  21. Keith, B. E., & Iida, A. (2014). Effects of ER on L2 Reading in a Coordinated Curriculum. The Proceedings for The 6th North-East Asian Regional (NEAR) Language Education Conference. [pdf]
  22. Kusanagi, Y., & Iida, A. (2014). Effects of coordinated English curriculum on remedial students proficiency level: A case of Gunma University. The Proceedings of The10th Annual Conference for The Japan Association for Developmental Education, 140-141.
  23. Iida, A. (2013). Haiku as a form of personal reflection: A practical guideline for writing haiku in the Japanese EFL reading class. The Journal of Saitama City Educators (JSCE), 3(3), 27-32. [pdf]
  24. Iida, A. (2013). Critical review of literary reading and writing in a second language. The  Journal of Literature in Language Teaching, 2(1), 5-11. [pdf]
  25. Iida, A. (2012). Writing haiku in a second language: Perceptions, attitude, and emotions of second language learners. SINO-US English Teaching 9, 1472-1485. [pdf]
  26. Iida, A. (2012). The value of poetry writing: Cross-genre literacy development in a second language. Scientific Study of Literature, 2, 60-82. [abstract]
  27. Iida, A. (2011). Expressing voice in English: Teaching haiku in Japanese high school contexts. The Proceedings of the 9th Seminar for English Education at Kansai University of International Studies[pdf]
  28. Iida, A. (2010). Implications for teaching haiku in ESL and EFL contexts. The Language Teacher, 34(3), 56-63.
  29. Iida, A. (2010). Developing voice by composing haiku: A social-expressivist approach for teaching haiku writing in EFL contexts. English Teaching Forum, 48(1), 28-34. [pdf]
  30. Iida, A. (2009). Teacher autonomy and professional teacher development: Exploring the necessities for developing teacher autonomy in EFL Japanese contexts. Asian EFL Journal: Professional Teaching Articles, 35, 47-65. [pdf]
  31. Iida, A. (2009). Research in weblog pedagogy: Blogging and developing learner autonomy in a JFL context. The Language Teacher, 33(2), 3-7. [pdf]
  32. Iida, A. (2009). An analysis of learner strategies and learner autonomy in Japanese books for English study. Learning Learning, 16, 15-22. [pdf]
  33. Iida, A. (2009). Language teaching via weblogs: Exploring new possibilities of Japanese teaching as a second or foreign language. The Proceedings of the 24th Southeastern Association of Teachers of Japanese (SEATJ) Conference. [pdf]
  34. Iida, A. (2008). Poetry writing as expressive pedagogy in an EFL context: Identifying possible assessment tools for haiku poetry in EFL freshman college writing. Assessing Writing 13, 171-179. [abstract]
  35. Iida, A. (2008). Individual differences in translation process: Exploring differences in the act of translation between two groups of ESL Japanese students. Translation Journal 12(3). [article]

Book Reviews:

  1. Iida, A. (2011). Review of the book Teaching academic writing: An introduction for teachers of second language writers. Asian EFL Journal. [article]
  2. Iida, A. (2010). Review of the book Writing in foreign language contexts: Learning teaching and research. TESOL SLWIS (Second Language Writing Interest Section) Newsletter. [article]