(Last updated : 2024-06-22 03:09:09)
  Mami YOSHIDA
   Department   Kyoto University of Foreign Studies  Department of British and American Studies, Faculty of Foreign Studies
   Position   Professor
■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2024/02/16 Exploring the Possibility of Education at a Foreign Language University: Building and Assessing the Effectiveness of a Community of Practice through Plulinguasm and Plucultural Activities
2. 2021/08/13 Transitioning a University Extensive Reading Program from Print to Digital Books: M-Reader to Xreading
3. 2021/03/20 Identity formation of a child who grew up in a multi-language environment: An autoethnographic case study (the 2021 American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Annual Conference)
4. 2020/12/06 Identity Formation of a Child Crossing Borders: Shift from “Investment” to “Utilization” of Resources)
5. 2016/09/11 The impact of teaching and reflection experiences on pre-service teachers: from the ethnographic study of hour cases (Pacific Second Language Research Forum 2016 (PacSLRF2016))
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■ Books and academic papers
1. Article Some changes of Prospective Teachers' Identities Caused by Teaching Experience JALT Journal 42(1),pp.29-50 (Collaboration) 2020/05
2. Article Are Individual Attention and Modeling More Effective than Whipping?:
Longitudinal Case Study of Engagement Patterns and Motivating Factors for University Students’ Extensive Reading the Proceedings for the 4th World Congress on ER  (Single) 2018
3. Article Think-Aloud Protocols and Type of Reading Task: the issue of reactivity in L2 reading research(「第二言語読解における、発話プロトコル分析が認知プロセスに与える影響」) Second Language Research Forum 『Selected Proceedings of the 2007 Second Language Research Forum: Diverse Contributions to SLA』 pp.199-209 (Single) 2009/02/12
4. Book The impact of community-based projects for university students:
collaborative action research from a plurilingual perspective   (Collaboration) 2024/03
5. Article An emergency shift from paper to digital books in a large-scale extensive reading program at a Japanese university : Effects on learner performance and experience Ignis 1,pp.1-27 (Collaboration) 2021/07
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■ Academic background
1. 1999/01~2007/01 〔Doctorial Course〕, Temple University Japan, Completed,
2. 1993/10~1995/09 〔Master Course〕 Linguistics, Department of Linguistics and Modern English, Lancaster University, Completed, Maste(Linguistics)
3. 1991/04~1993/03 〔Master Course〕, Graduate School, Division of Foreign Language, Kobe City University of Foreign Studies, Completed,
■ Business career
1. 2008/04~2016/03 Kyoto University of Foreign Studies Faculty of Foreign Studies Department of British and American Studies Associate Professor
2. 2002/04~2008/03 Kyoto University of Foreign Studies Faculty of Foreign Studies Department of British and American Studies Assistant Professor-lecturer
■ Belonging society
1. 1997/09~ Kansai English Language Education Society
■ Subject
1. Academic Reading I
2. Academic Reading II
3. Introduction to Linguistics and TEFL
4. Academic English Skills Ⅴ
5. Academic English Skills Ⅵ
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■ Committee and society
1. 2000/06/20~2000/06/20 Second Language Research Forum