TOMOKO WATANABE

Last Updated :2017/11/01

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School of Education, ., Associate Professor
E-mail
tomokowhiroshima-u.ac.jp

Basic Information

Academic Degrees

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Education, Hiroshima University
  • Master of Education, Hiroshima University

Research Fields

  • Humanities;Linguistics;Japanese language education

Research Keywords

  • Japanese|sssessment
  • syllabus
  • livelihood support
  • item analysis
  • Japanese acquisition
  • needs of learner
  • instruction system
  • tlacement Test
  • lorpus of learner Japanese
  • community -based teaching Japanese as a second languege

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2017, Undergraduate Education, 1Term, Fundamentals of Teaching Japanese as a Second Language
  2. 2017, Undergraduate Education, 1Term, Japanese Language Curriculum Design
  3. 2017, Undergraduate Education, 3Term, Japanese Language Education in the Elementary and Secondary Schools
  4. 2017, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Teaching Practicum in Japanese as a Foreign Language
  5. 2017, Undergraduate Education, First Semester, Specific Study of Japanese as a Second Language I
  6. 2017, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Specific Study of Japanese as a Second Language II
  7. 2017, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Graduation Thesis
  8. 2017, Undergraduate Education, Intensive, Teaching Practice at Junior and Senior High School II
  9. 2017, Undergraduate Education, Intensive, Teaching Practice at High School III
  10. 2017, Undergraduate Education, Intensive, Practice in Teaching B
  11. 2017, Undergraduate Education, Intensive, Teaching Practice at Junior and Senior High School I
  12. 2017, Undergraduate Education, Intensive, Teaching Practice Focusing on Classroom Observation at Lower and Upper Secondary Schools
  13. 2017, Undergraduate Education, Intensive, Independent Study on Japanese Language Education II
  14. 2017, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , First Semester, Research into Teaching Japanese as a Second Language
  15. 2017, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Second Semester, Research into Teaching Japanese as a Second Language
  16. 2017, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Second Semester, Teaching Practicum II
  17. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Research Methodology in Teaching Japanese as a Second Language
  18. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Special Study in Teaching Japanese as a Second Language II
  19. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Further Study of Teaching Japanese as a Second Language II
  20. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Special Study in Teaching Japanese as a Second Language I
  21. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Special Lecture on Teaching Japanese as a Second Language IV
  22. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Special Study in Teaching Japanese as a Second Language II
  23. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Study of Teaching Japanese as a Second Language IV (Sem.)
  24. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Special Study in Teaching Japanese as a Second Language I
  25. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Challenges and the Current State of Guidance and Assessment
  26. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 1Term, Curriculum for Teaching Japanese as a Second Language

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Syokyuunihongoekyouzainogokurisuto, 199-228, 19990301
  2. What is Fluency? From the Evaluation of Japanese Native Speakers, 2(45), 397-402, 19990301
  3. Nihongokoutouunyounouryokuniokeruryuutyousa-Nihongobogowasyanoninshikiwotoosite-, 19990301
  4. Development and Problems on Evaluation Research, 2(48), 341-346, 20020301
  5. Considerations Japanese University Students show Intentionally in Conversation with Non- Native Speakers of Japanese, 2(51), 276-273, 20020301
  6. Evaluation Criteria for Japanese Oral Proficiency: Differences among Evaluator, 25(4), 11-18, 20030301
  7. Native speakers' Evaluation of Learners' Speech : A trial of developing a native speakers' evaluation scale, 2(52), 175-183, 20040301
  8. Nihongokoutouunyounouryokuhyoukanozyuuyoudonitaisurunihongobogowasyanoishiki-Kyoushikeikennoumuniyorusoui-, 121-131, 20040201
  9. An Opinion Poll on Japanese Native Speakers Towards the Evaluation of Learners’ Japanese Oral Proficiency: Difference in Contact Experience with Learners, 81-87, 20040301
  10. Nihongobogowasyahananinityuumokushitegakusyuusyanohatsuwawohyoukasurunoka, 76-93, 20040201
  11. Nihongogakusyuusyanohatsuwanitaisurunihongobogowasyanohyouka-Kyoubunsankouzoubunsekiniyoruhyoukakizyunnokaimei-, 94-105, 20040201
  12. Japanese Native Speakers’ Evaluation of Learners’ Oral Proficiency, 20040201
  13. What Factor Japanese Native Speakers Emphasize when Evaluating Learners’ Oral Proficiency: Difference in Teaching Experience, 96-105, 20040701
  14. Factors Affecting Positive and Negative Evaluation of Utterances: Japanese Native Speakers’ Evaluation of Learners’ Oral Proficiency, 77-81, 20040301
  15. Analysis of Japanese Language Teachers’ Behavioral Characteristics, 15-22, 20040301
  16. Nihongokyoushigasonaerubekishishitsu・zyoukennikansurukenkyuu-Minkannihongogakkounonihongoyouseikateisyuuryousyawotaisyoutoshite-, 7-18, 20040301
  17. Japanese Native Speakers’ Evaluation of Learners’ Utterances: Investigation into Evaluation Criteria by Structural Equation Modelling, 57-75, 20050401
  18. Empirical Research on the Behavioural Characteristics of Outstanding Japanese Language Teachers: From the Standpoint of University JFL Learners in New Zealand, 93-100, 20050301
  19. Japanese Native Speakers’ Evaluation of Learners’ Utterances: Difference from the Learners’ Language Level, 33-45, 20051201
  20. What are the Japanese Native Speaker’s Impressions of International Students’ Utterance: Investigation into the Criteria by Structural Equation Modeling, 97-104, 20051201
  21. ""Hatsuwawohikidashinikui, hikidashiyasuiro-rupureitoha?"", 138-144, 20060301
  22. Gakusyuusyagamotomerunihongokyoushinokoudoutokuseinokouseigainen, 94-105, 20060301
  23. Empirical Research on the Behavioural Characteristics of Outstanding Japanese Language Teachers: From the Standpoint of JFL Learners at the Secondary and Tertiary Levels in New Zealand, 29(1), 59-68, 20060601
  24. Development of a Japanese Language Course Web System, 39-47, 20061201
  25. Empirical Research on Characteristics of Behaviors of Outstanding Japanese Language Teachers towards Taiwanese University Students: The Case of Japanese Majors-, 67-76, 20070401
  26. Behavioral Characteristics of Outstanding Japanese Language Teachers Towards University Students in Five Countries of Asia ? Difference in Language Learning Experience, 1-8, 20071201
  27. Revising Japanese Language Course Web System, 29-36, 20071201
  28. Nihongokyoushinotamenode-tabunseki~Wakaranakutemoii? Toukeiyougo~, 6-11, 20080301
  29. Using Japanese Conversation Partner System in Japanese Language Classes, 23-31, 20081201
  30. A Study of Evaluation Factors for Fluency in Japanese, 11-18, 20081201
  31. ""Japanese Language Teachers in Taiwan’s Judgement of Behavioral Characteristics of Outstanding Japanese Language Teachers: Difference by Age, Gender and Language Teaching Experience"", 105-124, 20090401
  32. How Japanese Language Teachers should be According to Taiwanese Undergraduates Request ? Difference Between Japanese Major and Non-Japanese Major-, 1-23, 20090701
  33. Gakkounihongokyouikuniokerunihongokyousigakanngaerunihongokyoushizou-Aziatooseaniatiikiwotaisyouni-, 58-81, 20090301
  34. Nihongokyouinyouseiseidonokokusaityousa, 82-130, 20090301
  35. Development of an Online Japanese Placement Test, 107-117, 20101201
  36. Analysis of the Japanese Language Placement Test Using R: Based on the Classical Test Analysis, 25-32, 20120301
  37. An Analysis of the Japanese Listening Placement Test, 125-131, 20121201
  38. Refining of the Japanese Grammar Placement Test, 2(61), 239-244, 20121201
  39. Second Language Acquistion and Language Assessment: Intoroduction, Acquisition of Japanese as a Second Language, 18, 5-10, 2015,12
  40. Assessing Extensive Reading in Japanese: Current Issues and Future Directions, Acquisition of Japanese as a Second Language, 18, 32-51, 2015,12
  41. Examining the Revised Placement Test Using the Rasch Model, Japanese journal for research on testing, 11(1), 99-109, 1

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. Assessing Extensive Reading in Japanese: Current Issues and Future Directions, the Third Extensive Reading World Congress, 2015/09/20, Without Invitation, Dubai Men’s College

External Funds

Acceptance Results of Competitive Funds

  1. 2016/04/01, 2019/03/31
  2. 2016/04/01, 2019/03/31
  3. 2016/04/01, 2021/03/31
  4. 2014/04/01, 2015/03/31