Matsuyama Chapter

Published: Sat, 12/06/2008 - 9:26am

Matsuyama JALT meets on the 3rd Sunday afternoon of most months (except August, September, and November). Meetings are held at the M33, Aidai Muse, Ehime University.
Those teaching a foreign language or who are interested in language teaching are welcome.

Chapter Officers

Kiyoshi Shioiri
Yumiko Kawabata
Junko Yamamoto
Jaehee Ryu

Joining or renewing membership

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JALT membership offers numerous benefits including: Member-rate admission to JALT conferences such as the annual JALT international conference; free or member-rate admission to JALT Chapter and SIG meetings and events; access to the latest JALT Publications, and more »

Upcoming Events

Rod Lange, Nihon University
Sunday, 19 March 2017 - 2:15pm - 4:20pm

Evaluating speaking skills while providing useful and easy to understand feedback is always a struggle of balancing what is doable with what is pedagogically appropriate. This presentation considers a pilot evaluation and feedback plan incorporated into a graduate-level ESP course to help students to informally and formally talk about their research projects. Specifics of using formative & summative assessment, IC recorders, video recorders, YouTube, a learning management system (LMS), and self-reflection will be explained. Logistical and technological elements of the plan, along with a review of successes and failures of the plan will be presented. Finally, revisions to the plan for the upcoming academic year will be covered. The goal is to present a balanced mix of pedagogical, technological, and actionable ideas for participants to incorporate into their portfolio of evaluation and feedback strategies.

Roderick Lange is an instructor in the Graduate School of Science and Engineering at Nihon University. Research interests include instructional design, blended learning, and motivation.


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