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Andrade Melvin

アンドラディ メルヴィン | Andrade Melvin
Affiliation and department:
Research field  (2): Education ,  Foreign language education
Research keywords  (1): content-based language teaching, curriculum and instruction, faculty development, materials evaluation and development, testing and assessment
Papers (24):
  • Melvin Andrade. TOEIC Scores : How Many Points Are Enough to Show Progress?. Sophia University Junior College Division Faculty Journal. 2014. 35. 15-23
  • Melvin Andrade. Research Notes on Materials Development for Content-based Language Learning. Sophia University Junior College Division Faculty Journal. 2014. 34. 1-17
  • Melvin Andrade. Peer Revision in Academic Writing: Making It Work. Thought Currents in English Literature. 2009. 82. 59-65
  • Melvin Andrade, Kenneth Williams. Foreign Language Learning Anxiety in Japanese EFL University Classes: Physical, Emotional, Expressive, and Verbal Reactions. Faculty bulletin,Sophia Junior College. 2009. 29. 1-24
  • Melvin Andrade. Teaching Writing to Japanese Learners of English: Observations, Discoveries, and Challenges. JACET Summer Seminar proceedings. 2008. 35. 41-47
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Books (1):
  • 『Proceedings of the second Linguapax Asia international symposium : Language in society and the classroom : Preserving heritage and supporting diversity : Saturday, 11 June 2005, Canadian Embassy, Tokyo』
    Linguapax Asia 2005
Professional career (3):
  • Bachelor of Arts (University of the Pacific)
  • Master of Arts (San Francisco State University)
  • Doctor of Education (Univ. of Califorinia Berkeley)
Work history (1):
  • Sophia University Junior College Division Department of English Language Professor
Association Membership(s) (4):
Japan Association for Language Education and Technology (LET) ,  Japan Association of College English Teachers (JACET) ,  Japan Association of Language Teachers (JALT) ,  Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
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