Distinguished Lecturer Series
Seminars in Fall 2019
Corpus Use in Education and Research
Dr. Atsushi Mizumoto (Kansai University, Japan)
Analyzing Rating Data Using a Many-Facet Rasch Measurement Approach
Dr. Carol Myford (The University of Illinois at Chicago, U.S.A.)
Theory and Practice of Content & Language Integrated Learning (CLIL)
Dr. Mike Bostwick (Katoh Gakuen English Immersion, Japan)
Upcoming Seminars in Spring 2020
On the Role of Multi-Word Expressions in Language Learning and Use
Dr. Anna Siyanova (Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand)
Dr. Scott Crossley (Georgia State University, U. S. A.)
Effective Techniques for Teaching and Learning L2 Writing
Dr. Eli Hinkel (Seattle Pacific University, U. S. A.)
About the Distinguished Lecturer Series
Nine times a year, the Distinguished Lecturer Series brings internationally recognized TESOL and Applied Linguistics scholars to TUJ for intensive weekend seminars. Each seminar can be taken for elective credit for the master's and doctoral degrees.
The first three hours of each seminar (Saturday session from 14:00 to 17:00) are free and open to the general public. Alumni of TUJ's Graduate College of Education are welcome to attend the entire weekend without charge; the weekend auditing fee for others is ¥13,000. Registrants will be charged the amount of a credit-course (Tokyo: ¥89,000 Osaka: ¥85,600).
How to Attend
Please sign up with the Seminar Sign-up Form below. Select the seminar you wish to attend from the drop-down list in the form.
- For current TUJ students & guests:
If you wish to audit the whole weekend, please indicate that on the form, and pay your auditing fee (¥13,000) before the second session starts on Saturday at 18:00. We only accept the cash payment.
- For TUJ Alumni:
If you are alumni of TUJ's Graduate College of Education, you may attend the entire seminar for free of charge.
Attention: Depending on the number of attendees, doors might be closed at 14:00.