Studies in Applied Linguistics

TUJ Studies in Applied Linguistics is an in-house publication of the TUJ Graduate College of Education Program. The journal contains teaching materials that have been written by graduate students in TUJ's Graduate College of Education Programs. Separate issues of TUJ Studies can be purchased in the TUJ Graduate Education Office, and the entire series is available in the TUJ library.

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  • Issues in Teaching English as a Foreign Language in Japan, December 2011
  • Content-Based Instruction: Bringing Second Language Education to the Foreign Language Classroom, November 2011
  • Grammar Topics: Explanations and Teaching Activities, November 2011
  • Grammar Instruction for Japanese Learners of English, September 2011
  • Foreign Language Pedagogy in the Japanese Context, August 2011
  • Approaches to Teaching Vocabulary to Japanese EFL Learners, June 2011
  • Vocabulary Teaching and Research, May 2011
  • Consciousness-Raising and Communicative Grammar Tasks for EFL / ESL Learners, March 2011
  • Communicative Activities for Teaching the English Sound System, March 2011
  • Developing Learner Pragmatic Competence through Instructional Intervention, March 2011
  • Teaching English Grammar to EFL / ESL Learners, February 2011
  • Activities for Pronunciation, February 2011
  • Echoes From the Past: Foreign Language Education in Japan, November 2010
  • Grammar: Communicative and Conciousness-Raising Activities, November 2010
  • Vocabulary Acquisition and Teaching, April 2010
  • Studies in Second Language Acquisition: Theory and Practice, January 2010
  • Grammar: Communicative and Conciousness-Raising Activities, January 2010
  • Applying the Pillars of SLA Theory, November 2009
  • Developing Materials for English Language Instruction in Japan, October 2009
  • Content-based Foreign Language Instruction in Japan, July 2009
  • Issues in Second Language Writing: From Theory to Practice, July 2009
  • Communicative Pronunciation Activities and Syllabi, July 2009
  • Speaking and Listening in the Classroom, May 2008
  • Developing Teaching Materials for the EFL Classroom, March 2008
  • The English Sound System: Theory and Practice, October 2007
  • Classroom Activities for Teaching Pronunciation, May 2007
  • An Anthology of Grammar Activities, April 2007
  • The Development of Teaching Materials for the EFL Classroom, April 2007
  • Bilingualism, November 2006
  • Activities for Teaching Pronunciation Skills to Japanese Learners of English, November 2006
  • The Next Great Leap: Using CALL in the Classroom, July 2006
  • Activities for Building Confidence in English Pronunciation, February 2006
  • Teaching Vocabulary to Second Language Learners, June 2004
  • Grammar Activities, May 2004
  • Materials for Teaching Pronunciation in the EFL Classroom, April 2004
  • Grammar Activities, March 2004
  • The Development of Sound System Teaching Materials for the EFL Classroom, March 2004
  • Language Assessment, December 2003
  • The Development of Teaching Materials for the EFL Classroom, March 2003
  • Approaches to Grammar: Tasks for the Classroom, May 2002
  • The Development of Teaching Materials for the EFL Classroom, February 2002
  • Consciousness-raising and Communicative Grammar Activities, February 2001
  • Teaching Materials for the EFL Classroom, November 2000
  • Developing Teaching Materials for the EFL Classroom, July 2000
  • Activities for Teaching English Pronunciation, April 2000
  • The Development of Teaching Materials for the EFL Classroom, February 2000
  • Phonology: Pronunciation and Beyond, February 1999
  • English as a Stressful Language: Teaching Suprasegmental Pronunciation to Japanese Learners, July 1998
  • Grammar Activities for the Classroom, April 1998
  • Communicative Activities for Teaching Pronunciation, Spring 1997
  • Approaches to Grammar: Tasks for the Classroom, September 1996
  • Action Research, Summer 1996
  • Collaborative Projects in Language Learning, Summer 1995
  • Grammar Consciousness-Raising Tasks, Spring 1995
  • Pronunciation Manual for the Sounds of American English (Second Edition), Spring 1994 (Vol. XI, No. 2)
  • Humanistic Techniques in the EFL Classroom, Spring 1994 (Vol. XI, No. 1)
  • Grammar Consciousness-raising Tasks, Fall 1993 (Vol. X, No.2)
  • Activities for Literature in Language Teaching, Spring 1993 (Vol.X, No. 1)
  • The Communicative Teaching of Pronunciation, Spring 1992 (Vol. IX, No. 1)
  • Grammar Consciousness-raising Tasks, Fall 1991(Vol. VIII, No.1)
  • Communicative Activities for Teaching Pronunciation, Fall 1990 (Vol. VII, No. 2)
  • Communicative Grammar Activities, Spring 1990 (Vol. VII, No.1)
  • Classroom Activities for Teaching Listening and Speaking, Fall 1989 (Vol. VI, No. 1)
  • Strategic Interaction: Using Scenarios to Teach English as a Foreign Language, Fall 1988 (Vol. V, No.1)
  • Communicative Activities for Teaching the Grammatical Systems of English, Fall 1987 (Vol. IV, No. 2)
  • Communicative Activities for Teaching Pronunciation, Fall 1987 (Vol. IV, No. 1)
  • Techniques in Teaching Pronunciation, Spring 1986 (Vol. III, No. 1)
  • First and Second Language Acquisition: A Survey of the Primary Research, Osaka, Fall 1985 (Vol. II, No. 4)
  • First and Second Language Acquisition: A Survey of the Primary Research, Tokyo, Fall 1985 (Vol. II, No. 3)
  • A Teachers' Manual: Teaching the Grammatical Structures of English (Osaka Edition), Spring 1985 (Vol. II, No. 2)
  • Teaching the Grammatical Structures of English: A Manual for Teachers (Tokyo Edition), Spring 1985 (Vol. II, No. 1)
  • Pronunciation Manual for the Sounds of American English, Fall 1984 (Vol. I, No. 1 )