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BATJ/JF共催セミナー     「パンデミック・ポストパンデミック時代の日本語教育」

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「 パンデミック・ポストパンデミック時代の日本語教育: 新しいチャレンジ、新しいストラテジー、新しい展望 」

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日時:2022年2月19日 (土) 

セミナー:15:00-18:00 (イギリス時間)

講師: 當作靖彦先生(カリフォルニア大学サンディエゴ校 教授)




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February 2022 BATJ/JF Seminar: "Japanese Language Education during the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond: New Challenges, New Strategies, and New Prospects"

19th February 2022 (Saturday)

Seminar: 15:00 – 18:00 , (GMT, London)

Lecture: Professor Yasu-Hiko. Tohsaku (University of California, San Diego)

Participation: Online only (using Zoom)

Fee: Member: £5, Non-member: £10

Enrollment limit:200

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Planned schedule: An optional social gathering following the seminar (TBC)

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Outline of the seminar

We are nearly two years into a pandemic. We, Japanese language educators, have been faced with many challenges in this new chaotic learning environment, and have been trying to overcome them to continue educating our students effectively. In this talk, I will discuss the state of the current learning environment, what we have lost, what we have gained, and what instructional and assessment strategies we have been using. The end of the current pandemic is still out of sight and the learning environment is expected to continue changing for some time to come. I will explore what strategies Japanese language educators and students should use to adapt in the future to an ever-changing and ambiguous learning environment.

當作靖彦(とうさくやすひこ)先生 略歴

カリフォルニア大学サンディエゴ校(UCSD)グローバル政策・戦略大学院(GPS)教授。カリフォルニア大学サンディエゴ校大学院修了(Ph.D)。専門は第二言語習得理論及び外国語教授法。アメリカの日本語ナショナル・スタンダーズの作成に参加、現在、外国語ナショナル・スタンダーズ理事会日本語代表理事、コンピュータと日本語教育学会会長、一般社団法人日本外国語教育推進機構(JACTFL)の副理事長を務める。Association of Teachers of Japanese会長、外国語教育ロビー団体Joint National Committee on Languages日本語代表、全米日本語教育学会会長、米国の外国語教育関連機関の要職を歴任。”Yookoso!: Invitation to Contemporary Japanese"。"Yookoso!: Continuing with Contemporary Japanese" (McGrow-Hill Higher Education)。『NIPPON3.0の処方箋』(講談社)、『ドラえもんのどこでも日本語』(小学館)、『日本語教師の専門能力開発:アメリカの現状と日本への提言』(日本語教育学会)、“Social Networking Approach to Japanese Language Teaching – The Interaction of Language and Culture in the Digital Age”(Routledge)等、外国語教育・日本語教育に関する著書多数。国際文化フォーラム(TJF)主宰の「外国語教育のめやす」作成プロジェクトの監修者。2015年第13回日本語教育学会賞受賞。2021年American Association of Teachers of Japanese Lifelong Achievement Award受賞。

Biography of Professor Yasu-Hiko Tohsaku

Yasu-Hiko Tohsaku (Ph.D. in linguistics, University of California, San Diego) is Professor at the School of Global Policy and Strategy, University of California, San Diego. His current research interests are: second language acquisition theory, language pedagogy, and language assessment. His publications include: “Yookoso!: Invitation to Contemporary Japanese”, “Yookoso!: Continuing with Contemporary Japanese” (McGraw-Hill 2006), “Doraemon no Dokodemo Nihongo (Japanese Language Learning Anywhere by Doraemon)” (co-author 2009), and “Gakushu no Meyasu (Curriculum Guidelines of Chinese and Korean Instruction in Japanese High Schools)” (co-author, The Japan Forum 2012, 2013), “Japanese Language Instruction: 77 Tips Series” (co-general editor, Kuroshio Shuppan 2012-) and “Japanese Language Education x ICT” (supervising editor, Hitsuji Shobo 2019). In “Nippon 3.0 no Shohosen (Prescription for Japan 3.0)” (Kodansha 2013), he proposed a new approach to language teaching, and in his recent publication, “Social Networking Approach to Japanese Language Teaching: Intersection of Language and Culture in the Digital Age”, (co-editor, Routledge 2021), he explores this new approach and its application to classroom practices. He was formerly President of the Association of Teachers of Japanese and the American Association of Teachers of Japanese, a board member of the Joint National Committee on Languages, a task force member of AP Japanese, Chair of the inaugural AP Development Committee, and Executive Director of the Global Articulation Project of Japanese (J-GAP). He is currently the Japanese representative to the Executive Board of the National Standards (World-Readiness Standards) Collaborative Project, President of the International Association of Computer-Based Japanese Instruction (CASTEL/J), and Vice-President of the Japanese Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (JACTFL). He is also currently Visiting Professor of both Kansai University and Ho Chi Minh City National University of Education. He received the 2015 Society of Teaching Japanese as a Second Language Award. He also received the 2021 Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Association of Teachers of Japanese.

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The British Association for Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language (BATJ) was formed in March 1998, with the aim of encouraging and promoting Japanese language education in the U.K., particularly by stimulating teaching and encouraging research in the field of language studies as an academic discipline. The Association's first conference was held in London in September 1998, at the Japan Foundation Nihongo Centre which co-hosted the conference. The Association admits individuals supporting its aims.

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