Personal Information

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IZUMI Emiko


Title

Professor

Laboratory Address

1 Fujinomori-cho, Fukakusa, Fushimi-ku, Kyoto 612-8522 Japan

Research Fields, Keywords

English Language Education,Applied Linguistics

Graduate School 【 display / non-display

  • Hyogo University of Teacher Education, Graduate School, Division of School Education

  • Kobe University, Graduate School, Division of Human Science

Degree 【 display / non-display

  • Doctor of Philosophy

  • Master of Education

Campus Career 【 display / non-display

  • KYOTO UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION English, Professor

  • KYOTO UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION English, Associate Professor

  • KYOTO UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION English, Associate Professor (as old post name)

Field of expertise (Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research classification) 【 display / non-display

  • Foreign language education

 
 

Research Themes 【 display / non-display

  • Classroom Research and Reflective Teaching

  • English Language Education at Japanese Elementary Schools

  • Comunication Breakdown and Strategies

Academic Society Affiliations 【 display / non-display

  • The Japan Society of English Language Education

  • The Japan Association for Language Education and Technology

  • The Japan Association of College Englsih Teachers

  • The Kansai English Language Educaion Soceity

  • The Japan Association for the Study of Teaching English to Children

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Papers 【 display / non-display

  • Developing students' strategic competence in elementary school English classes (17) (p.23 - 33) , 2017.03, Emiko IZUMI

    Single Author, Foreign language education

  • Researching Teacher Talk in Japanese Elementary School English Classes: Towards Improvement of Teaching and Classes, JASTEC Journal (35) (p.55 - 68) , 2016.09, YANO Satoko, IZUMI Emiko

    Multiple Authorship

  • A Balanced Approach to Developing Literacy in Elementary School English Classes (16) (p.87 - 96) , 2016.03, Emiko IZUMI ,Mayumi TABUCHI

    Multiple Authorship, Foreign language education

  • Instructional Design and Evaluation to Promote Self-Efficacy and Autonomy of English Learners: On the Basis of a Trial Hi, friends! Can-Do List, JES Journal, vol.16 (p.50 - 65) , 2016.03, IZUMI Emiko, NAGANUMA Naoyuki, SHIMAZAKI Takayo, MORIMOTO Wraight Atsuko

    Multiple Authorship, Foreign language education

  • A Case Study on Teaching English at State Primary Schools -Osaka CIty English Education Pilot Schools' Approach-, JASTEC Journal (34) (p.209 - 228) , 2015.09, NEGITA Yoko, TABUCHI Mayumi, IZUMI Emiko

    Multiple Authorship, Foreign language education

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Books 【 display / non-display

  • Perspective English Communication Ⅰ Teacher's manual, etc., 2016.03

    Other, Other, Foreign language education

  • Enjoy! Phonics 1, 2016.03, YOSHIDA Haruyo, TABUCHI Mayumi, IZUMI Emiko, KAGATA Tetsuya

    Other, Multiple Authorship , Foreign language education

  • Enjoy! Phonics 2, 2016.03, YOSHIDA Haruyo, TABUCHI Mayumi, IZUMI Emiko, KAGATA Tetsuya

    Other, Multiple Authorship , Foreign language education

  • Perspective Ⅲ English Communication Ⅲ Teacher's manual, etc., 2015.04

    Other, Other, Foreign language education

  • Perspective Ⅱ English Communication Ⅱ, 2014.04

    Other, Other, Foreign language education

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Presentations 【 display / non-display

  • International conference, 2015.08, Harvard University, U.S., Evaluation of Primary School English Language Activities in Japan: To Develop Pupils’Self-Efficacy and Autonomy, Poster (general), Foreign language education

  • International conference, 2014.08, オーストラリア ブリスベーン, Instruction and Evaluation of Communication Strategies to Develop Learner Autonomy, Oral Presentation(general), Foreign language education

  • International conference, 2014.08, オーストラリア ブリスベーン, The effects of task repetition on L2 speech production by Japanese EFL learners, Symposium, Workshop, Panelist (nomination), Foreign language education

  • International conference, 2014.03, ポートランド, A Study of Communication Strategies, Gestures and Emotions Used by Japanese EFL Learners: Focusing on differences between L1 and L2., Oral Presentation(general), Foreign language education

  • International conference, 2013.10, フィリピン、マニラ大学, Communication strategies, gestures and emotions used by Japanese EFL learners in L1 and L2 interaction, Oral Presentation(general), Foreign language education

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