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Kobayashi Masaki

コバヤシ マサキ | Kobayashi Masaki
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Other affiliations (1):
  • Kyoai Gakuen University  Part-Time Instructor
Research field  (2): Primary/secondary education and curricula ,  Foreign language education
Research keywords  (11): linguistic ethnography ,  ethnography of communication ,  TESOL ,  task-based L2 learning ,  academic discourse socialization ,  classroom discourse analysis ,  language teacher education ,  language socialization ,  Sociocultural Theory ,  educational linguistics ,  dialogic learning & teaching
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • 1998 - 2006 Functional analysis of science discourse
  • Second language academic discourse socialization
Papers (15):
  • G. H. Beckett, M. Kobayashi. A Meta-study of an Ethnographic Research in a Multicultural and Multilingual Community: Negotiations, Resources, and Dilemmas. American Journal of Qualitative Research. 2020. 4. 1. 85-106
  • E. Kobayashi, M. Kobayashi. The role of peer interaction in EFL teachers’ Learning Meaning Making through microteaching and post-lesson discussion. 2018. 18. 9-26
  • KOBAYASHI, Masaki. Learning opportunities in an inquiry-based undergraduate SLA seminar: The voices of learners across institutions and generations. Journal of Kanda University of International Studies. 2018. 30. 23-53
  • KOBAYASHI, Masaki. Language socialization in an undergraduate research seminar. Journal of Kanda University of International Studies. 2017. 29. 21-49
  • Masaki Kobayashi. L2 Academic Discourse Socialization through Oral Presentations: An Undergraduate Student's Learning Trajectory in Study Abroad. CANADIAN MODERN LANGUAGE REVIEW-REVUE CANADIENNE DES LANGUES VIVANTES. 2016. 72. 1. 95-121
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MISC (2):
  • Report on my experience at TESOL 2002: Participation in the community of practice of ESL/EFL professionals. TEAL News. 2002. 2002.6 7-8
  • Review of the book Second Language Learning Theories (R. Mitchell & F. Myles). Language Teaching Research. 1999. 3, 280-284
Books (7):
  • Second language learning through repeated engagement in a poster presentation task. In M. Bygate (Ed.), Language learning through task repetition.
    John Benjamins 2018
  • Academic Discourse Socialization
    Springer 2017 ISBN:9783319023274
  • The intersection of social, cognitive and cultural processes in language learning: A second language socialization approach. In R. Batstone (Ed.), Sociocognitive perspectives on language use and language learning
    Oxford University Press 2010 ISBN:9780194424776
  • The intersection of social, cogntive and cultural processes in language learning: A second language socialization approach. In R. Batstone (Ed.), Sociocognitive perspectives on language use and language learning
    Oxford University Press 2010
  • Academic discourse socialization in a second language. In P. Duff & N. Hornberger (Eds.), Encyclopedia of language and education Vol. 8: Language socialization.
    Springer 2008 ISBN:9780387328751
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Lectures and oral presentations  (25):
  • Changing perspectives on task repetition: Tracing our own trajectories as L2 researchers
    (ELTR, University of Stirling 2018)
  • EFL teachers' reflection through peer interaction
    (43rd Annual International Conference on Language Teaching and Learning 2017)
  • Peer interaction as a context for learning: A sociocultural perspective
    (2017)
  • Teacher learning through L2 peer interaction in a graduate seminar
    (JACET 56th International Convention 2017)
  • Classroom interactional competence in Japanese EFL lessons
    (2016)
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Works (2):
  • Keynote (Second language students working together: Peers as socializing agents and co-constructors of L2 knowledge), Nakasendo English Conference
    2010 -
  • Keynote (Why do good learners learn?), ELT Career and Professional Development Conference,
    2010 -
Education (3):
  • 1998 - 2004 University of British Columbia Faculty of Education, Department of Language Education Teaching English as a Second Language
  • 1995 - 1997 Monterey Institute of International Studies Graduate School of Language and Educational Linguistics TESOL
  • Dokkyo University Faculty of Foreign Languages Department of English
Professional career (2):
  • Doctor of Philosophy (University of British Columbia (Canada))
  • Master of Arts (Monterey Institute of International Studies (U.S.A.))
Work history (19):
  • 2019/04 - 現在 Kanda University of International Studies Professor
  • 2019/04 - 現在 Kanda University of International Studies Professor cross-appointed from the Department of English
  • 2007 - 現在 Kyoai Gakuen University Part-time Lecturer
  • 2015/04 - 2020/03 Kanda University of International Studies Discipline Chair of Linguistics and Applied Language Studies
  • 2015/04 - 2019/03 Kanda University of International Studies Associate Professor cross-appointed from the Department of English
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Committee career (4):
  • 2005 - 2009 TESOL Awards Standing Committee (2005-2009)
  • 2005 - 2007 Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages Awards Commitee Member, Reviewer for the Albert H. Marckwardt Travel Grant
  • 2002 - 2007 International Reading Association Abstract Translator
  • 2005 - American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference Abstract Reviewer
Awards (5):
  • 2003 - Canadian Modern Language Review Best Graduate Student Paper Award
  • 2002 - The TESOL/Albert H. Marckwardt Travel Grant
  • 2002 - University of Britishi Columbia Graduate Fellowship
  • 2002 - Graduate Student Travel Grant Award, American Association for Appiled Linguistics
  • 2000 - Government of Canada Award
Association Membership(s) (7):
British Association for Applied Linguistics ,  American Association for Applied Linguistics ,  Japan Association of Systemic Functional Linguistics ,  Japan Association of College English Teachers ,  Japan Association for Language Teaching ,  Association for Language Awareness ,  Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages
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