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Publications

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Books

  NOVA Score-up Series TOEIC® TEST 600 Grammar & Reading (Self-study book)
  Co-authored with Thomas Delaney and Osamu Takeuchi.
  NOVA Books, Tokyo, Japan. (February, 2005)

  NOVA Score-up Series TOEIC® TEST 600 Listening, Grammar, &Reading (Self-study book)
  Co-authored with Thomas Delaney and Osamu Takeuchi.
  NOVA Books, Tokyo, Japan. (October, 2003)

Research Papers

  Translating Business Letters into Japanese: Organization, Common Etiquettes, and  Helpful Websites.
  Proz.com (July, 2009)

 
Literature Review: Using Computer-Mediated Communication in Second Language Classrooms.
  Final Paper for Certificate in Web-Based Instruction at Simon Fraser University (June, 2003)

  Finding a Place for Nonnative TESOL Professionals - Examining the Identities and Beliefs of Non-native and  
  Native Speaking Teachers

  Forum for Foreign Language Education, Kansai University (March 2003)

  Using Movies and the Internet for Cross-Cultural Understanding and Curriculum Suggestions
  Co-authored with Yumiko Shirai. Paper presented at JALT Kyoto Chapter (October 2002)

  What a Lovely Compliment That Was: A Cross-Cultural Examination of Compliment Receiving with Teaching
  Suggestions
  Co-authored with Thomas Delaney. Senzoku Ronso (March, 2002)

  Language Attitudes towards Prescriptive and Descriptive Grammar Use and a Suggested Teaching Approach
  Senzoku Ronso. (March, 2002)

  Review: Tapestry Writing 1 & 2.
  TESL-EJ. (January, 2002)

  Society of Testing English Proficiency Review
  Co-authored with Thomas Delaney. Senzoku Ronso. (March, 2001)

Presentations

  Students’ Challenges in ESL Homestay Programs
  Paper presented with Mari Toki at JALT Conference 2000. Shizuoka, Japan (November 2000)

  Integrating Journal Entries to Intensive ESL Curriculum
  Paper presented with Mari Toki, Shawn Tenhoff, and Martina Town-Barth at TESOL Conference 2000.   
  Vancouver, Canada (March 2000)