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TL 2020-03-22
10:00
Osaka Osaka Electro-Communication University
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Language Production in Retelling by Japanese EFL Learners: General Ideas, Form, and Vocabulary
Mayu Hamada, Hirokazu Yokokawa (Kobe Univ.) TL2019-55
 [more] TL2019-55
pp.1-6
TL 2018-06-17
15:45
Hyogo Kobe Gakuin University (Port Island Campus) Effects of Repeated Exposure of Syntactic Structures on Syntactic Priming in the Language Production of Japanese EFL Learners
Mayu Hamada (St. Andrew's Univ.), Hirokazu Yokokawa (Kobe Univ.) TL2018-6
A picture description task with spoken primes and targets was conducted to examine whether Japanese EFL learners’ syntac... [more] TL2018-6
pp.31-36
TL 2017-12-10
13:10
Ehime Ehime University The effects of sentence construction familiarity on L2 sentence comprehension by Japanese learners of English -- An analysis on relative sentence construction familiarity --
Ken-ichi Hashimoto (Osaka Kyoiku Univ.), Tomoyuki Narumi (Hyogo Univ. of Education), Satoshi Yabuuchi (Kyoto Seika Univ.), Hisaki Satoi (Ryukoku Univ.), Mayu Hamada, Ayako Hirano, Kaori Hyodo (Kobe Univ.), Michiko Bando (Shiga Univ.), Yasunari Harada (Waseda Univ.), Hirokazu Yokokawa (Kobe Univ.) TL2017-51
The present study examined how well L2 learners can utilize sentence construction familiarity (SCF) information in L2 se... [more] TL2017-51
pp.43-48
TL 2017-12-10
14:00
Ehime Ehime University Effects of Proficiency Differences on Syntactic Priming in Language Production of Japanese EFL Learners
Mayu Hamada, Hirokazu Yokokawa (Kobe Univ.) TL2017-53
 [more] TL2017-53
pp.55-60
TL 2017-07-22
16:40
Tokyo NINJAL Building a Database of Sentence Construction Familiarity of Japanese EFL Learners: Pilot Study
Hirokazu Yokokawa (Kobe Univ.), Satoshi Yabuuchi (Kyoto Seika Univ.), Hisaki Satoi (Ryukoku Univ.), Michiko Bando (Shiga Univ.), Tomoyuki Narumi (Osaka Kyoiku Univ,), Ken-ichi Hashimoto (Hyogo Univ. of Education), Mayu Hamada, Ayako Hirano (Kobe Univ.), Yasunari Harada (Waseda Univ.) TL2017-24
This study is a pilot survey carried out with the goal of building a familiarity database on English “sentence construct... [more] TL2017-24
pp.57-62
TL 2016-10-09
15:35
Hyogo Kobe Gakuin University (Port Island Campus) Effects of the Difference in Modality on Syntactic Priming in Second Language Production of Japanese Learners of English
Mayu Hamada, Hirokazu Yokokawa (Kobe Univ.) TL2016-34
A picture description task with spoken primes was conducted to investigate whether the differences of output modality (i... [more] TL2016-34
pp.47-52
TL 2014-12-20
13:00
Osaka   The Effects of Short-Term Overseas Training on the Vocabulary Usage of Japanese L2 English Learners' Speaking
Mayu Hamada, Hirokazu Yokokawa (Kobe Univ.) TL2014-46
In the present study, a speaking task was conducted to investigate how a short-term overseas training program impacted E... [more] TL2014-46
pp.13-18
TL 2013-12-14
14:00
Tokyo WASEDA University The Effects of Corrective Feedback on Noticing for Japanese Learners of English in Second Language Writing
Mayu Hamada, Hirokazu Yokokawa (Kobe Univ.) TL2013-55
In this study, picture-description task was conducted to investigate how Japanese EFL learners notice the problems in th... [more] TL2013-55
pp.47-52
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