Presentation Schedule

Time (CDT)

Presentation Schedule (May 21, Saturday Morning)

9:00-9:15 am

Opening Remarks/Announcements
Misumi Sadler (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC))

9:20-10:20

Keynote Speech 1
Belonging Matters: Now More than Ever

Ann Jordan
(Immediate Past President of American Association of Teachers of Japanese; Laurasian Institution)

10:20-10:30 Break
Individual Papers: Session 1
Chair: Aria Santos (UIUC)
Individual Papers: Session 2 Chair: Chie Nozaki (UIUC)
10:30-11:00 1) ダイバーシティをテーマにしたカリキュラムの考察
Kimiko Suzuki (Haverford College)
3) Video Exchange Program Between US College Japanese as a Foreign Language Students and Japanese Middle School Students
Tomomi Kakegawa (University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire)
11:00-11:30 2) 日本語クラスを通し異文化間能力(intercultural competence)を伸ばす試み
Kazumi Matsumoto (Ball State University)
4) パンデミックを乗り越えて– COIL Project:日本とアメリカで環境問題を考える
Yukari Nakamura-Deacon (Arizona State University)
11:30-1:00 pm Lunch Break

Presentation Schedule (May 21, Saturday Afternoon)

Time (CDT) Individual Papers: Session 3    Chair:Tsutomu Nagata (UIUC) Individual Papers: Session 4       Chair: Aria Santos (UIUC)
1:00-1:30 pm 5) 効率的な学習ストラテジーに合ったテクノロジーの活用とは
Yoshiro Hanai (University of Wisconsin Oshkosh) & Shoko Emori (University of Wisconsin Oshkosh)
8) 日本の字体が正しく表示されない常用漢字の実態-共通の部位を持つ文字に見られる特徴に焦点をあてて-
Ikuko Komuro-Lee (University of Toronto)
1:30-2:00 6) コロナ禍前後における多読活動
Chie Nozaki (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
9) Efficient Vocabulary Retention: How to Implement Spaced Repetition in a Japanese Language Classroom
Miho Nagai (Winona State University)
2:00-2:30 7) Applications of Immersive Virtual Reality in Language Instruction: Virtual Campus Tour with Japanese University
Kaho Sakaye (Purdue University) and Yukie Miura (Purdue University)
10) Unconventional Usages of Gender-based Japanese Sentence Final Particles: A Study of wa and no in Youth Conversations
Yan Wang (Carthage College) and Jessica Childress (Carthage College)
2:30-2:45 Break
2:45-3:45 Keynote Speech 2
Multilingual Identity, Oral Narratives, and Mental Health: Purposeful Incorporation of L1 or Proficient Language in Japanese Language Classrooms and Immersion Programs

Shinsuke Tsuchiya (Brigham Young University)
6:00-7:30 pm

Roundtable Discussion

Moderator: Roderick Wilson (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Panelists: Matt Alt (Vice President of AltJapan); Daphne Iskos (Diplomatic Assistant at the Embassy of Japan, D.C.); Jason Jones (Monash University, Australia)

Presentation Schedule (May 22, Sunday Morning)

Time (CDT) Individual Papers: Session 5      Chair:Tsutomu Nagata (UIUC) Individual Papers: Session 6    Chair: Chie Nozaki (UIUC)
9:00-9:30 am 11) コミュニティ参加型プロジェクトをSNAの「つながる」から見る
Tomoko Shibata (Princeton University)
14) ポストコロナの日本語授業に向けて:遠隔から対面授業を体験した初級学習者の継続的な観察からわかること
Yuko Takahashi (Smith College) & Atsuko Takahashi (Smith College)
9:30-10:00 12) 貢献するプロジェクト学習:オンラインPBLからの考察
Yoshimi Sakakibara (University of Michigan) and Makiko Osaka (Hokkaido International Foundation)
15) クラスでの日本文化体験の実践報告―反転授業で時間を作る
Aya Nakanishi McDaniel (Georgia Institute of Technology)
10:00-10:30 13) 日本のポップカルチャー:中上級の学習者を対象とした日本語コース
Naofumi Tatsumi (Brown University)
16) 没入型VRと非没入型VRを交互に使ったオンライン授業の可能性
Kazumi Hatasa (Purdue Univefrsity), Samet Baydar (Purdue University) and Kaho Sakaue (Purdue University)
10:30-10:45 Break
10:45-11:45 Keynote Speech 3
ポストコロナの日本語教育:教室内・外での「Connections」
関する考察 (Post-Covid Japanese Language Education: Thoughts on ”Connections” in the Classroom and Beyond)

Tomoko Takami (President of American Association of Teachers of Japanese; University of Pennsylvania)
11:45-12:00 pm Closing Remarks

12 pm – 1 pm