Hiroshima Studies in Language and Language Education

Each year Hiroshima University’s Institute for Foreign Language Research and Education publishes an academic journal entitled, “Hiroshima Studies in Language and Language Education.”
The most recent publication is located here.

Issue 23 (01/03/2020)

Enokida, KazumichiUtilizing the CALL System for Tight-spaced Group Work
Tatsukawa, KeisoDeveloping a Syllabus for Teaching Communication Strategies to Japanese Students
Takahashi, YukaA Report on Facilitating Online English Vocabulary Learning with a Quiz
Kusanagi, KunihiroA Multiple Hurdle Model for Students’ Conversions in Online English Learning Materials
Iwasaki, KatsumiInformation Media and Project-based Learning for German Beginners
Yoshimitsu, TakakoThe Curriculum and Textbooks of the Orientation Course for Migrants and Refugees in Germany
Howell, PeterNovelizations and their Pedagogic Potential
Morita, MitsuhiroThe Impact on English Education of Adopting the Quarter System at Hiroshima University
Uenishi, Koji; Fraser, Simon; Takita, Fuyuko; Sakaue, Tatsuya; Selwood, Jaime; Kida, ShusakuIncorporating the TOEIC(R) Speaking and Writing Test into Regular First-year English Writing Classes
Enokida, Kazumichi; Davies, Walter; Fraser, SimonMemories of Sail and Steam in Joseph Conrad’s ‘Youth’
Lauer, JoeStudent Perceptions toward the Use of Facebook in English Writing Classes
Tanabe, JuliaJapanese University Students’ Hungarian Language Learning Experiences: A Multiple Case Study
Takita, FuyukoIntercultural Sensitivity and its Impact on Ethnocentric Attitudes in Intercultural Communication
Davies, Walter; Fraser, Simon; Tatsukawa, Keiso; Enokida, KazumichiReflections on an EMP (English for Medical Purposes) Project
Selwood, JaimeRevolutionising Poster Presentations through Digital Technology
Harting, AxelEignung sozialer Netzwerke für das Deutschlernen in Japan