(Last updated : 2020-02-19 03:08:35)
  Moises Kirk de Carvalho Filho
   Department   Kyoto University of Foreign Studies  Department of Brazilian and Portuguese Studies, Faculty of Foreign Studies
   Position   Associate Professor
■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2016/10/08 (Colóquio da Associação Japonesa de Estudos Luso-Brasileiros (AJELB) 2016)
2. 2016/04/08 Using an integrated and communicative approach in a CALL classroom (Conferência Internacional sobre o Ensino e Aprendizagem de Português como Língua Estrangeira)
3. 2014/10/11 Estudo empírico sobre a eficácia do Glossário de Termos Gramaticais do Português (GTGP) (Associação Japonesa de Estudos Luso-Brasileiros (AJELB))
4. 2014/07/08 The relationship among epistemological beliefs, critical thinking and metacognition on second language learning (28th International Congress of Applied Psychology)
5. 2012/07/22 The effects of metacognition and epistemological beliefs on second language learning (第30回国際心理学会(ICP))
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■ Books and academic papers
1. Book The role of metacognition (Collaboration) 2016/03
2. Book Gramática do Portugês Brasileiro (Collaboration) 2013/09
3. Book Psychological theories, practices, and ideas in educational context. (Collaboration) 2012/07
4. Thesis What Kinds of Value Motives Guide People in Their Moral Attitudes? The Role of Personal and Prescriptive Values at the Culture Level and Individual Level (Collaboration) 2014/12
5. Thesis Temperament styles of children from Japan and the United States: A cross-national study (Collaboration) 2012/07
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■ Business career
1. 2019/04~ Lecturer
■ Educational ability
● Made textbook and teaching material
1. Gramática do Portugês Brasileiro
■ Subject
1. Portuguese Language Laboratory I-1
2. Beginning Portuguese Conversation Ⅰ
3. Portuguese Language Laboratory Ⅱ-1
4. Beginning Portuguese Conversation Ⅱ
5. Intermediate Portuguese Conversation Ⅰ
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■ Lecturer and lecture
1. 2018/10 Happiness and Life Satisfaction (立命館大学、高槻)
2. 2018/09 Towards a teaching method based on students’ perspectives and rapport building