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Inoguchi Etsuko

イノグチ エツコ | Inoguchi Etsuko
Affiliation and department:
Research field  (1): Linguistics
Research keywords  (2): Language education ,  Linguistics
Papers (8):
  • 佐々木 大輔, 橋本 和典, 土居 隆宏, 金光 秀和, 藤井 清美, 井ノ口 悦子, マーティン ウッド, ケイシー ビーン, 村岡 智子. CDIO Academy 2018:ドローンを活用した国際PBLプログラム. KIT Progress. 2020. 28. 153-162
  • INOGUCHI Etsuko, FUJII Kiyomi. Experiences Empathizing with Foreigners Using Design Thinking Method -A Study of Japanese Students' Interviews with Foreign Students-. 2020
  • INOGUCHI Etsuko, FUJII Kiyomi. Problem-based Collaborative Project in English by Engineering Students. INTED2020 Proceedings. 2020
  • INOGUCHI Etsuko. Honor's Student Project Aimed at Campus Globalization and Empathy Building. 2019. 27. 225-234
  • FUJII KIYOMI, INOGUCHI ETSUKO, MATSUI KUNIO. Collaborating with community through Project-Based Learning. INTED 2019 Proceedings. 2019
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MISC (1):
  • INOGUCHI Etsuko. The Study of Nominal Predicates in Japanese Language. CAJLE2016 Proceedings. 2016
Lectures and oral presentations  (7):
  • Special English Lessons for Aeronautical Engineering: GoFly Prize and Drone Challenge
    (The 58th JACET International Convention, Nagoya 2019 2019)
  • Collaborating with the community: Science and Technology majors
    (Task-Based Learning and Teaching in Asia 2018)
  • Project Based Learning (PBL) を通してコミュニティと繋がる英語学習
    (日本英語教育学会・日本教育言語学会第48回年次研究集会 2018)
  • Style Choice by Learners of Japanese
    (American Association of Teachers of Japanese Annual Conference 2014)
  • Incorporating 5C's in Using Videos to Teach Casual Speech Styles to Learners of Japanese as a Foreign Language
    (American Council Teaching of Foreign Language (ACTFL) 2006 40th Annual Convention and Exposition 2006)
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Education (2):
  • Nanzan University
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison Japanese Linguistics
Professional career (1):
  • 修士 (ウィスコンシン大学マディソン校)
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