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Fern Sakamoto(ファーン サカモト)


<専門分野>
Intercultural Communication, TESOL

<主な担当科目>
・Essay Writing
・異文化コミュニケーション
・英語コミュニケーションゼミナールC-1
E-mail fern(ここに@を入れてください)nufs.ac.jp
役職 講師
経歴 2001 B. Science (Chemistry) (Australian National University)
2001 B. Asian St. (Japanese) (Australian National University)
2007 M. App. Ling. (TESOL) (Macquarie University)
~2020 PhD. (Applied Linguistics) (Macquarie University)
主な業績 Sakamoto, F., Toland, S. H., & Cripps, T. (Forthcoming). Designing an effective EAP course: A PBL approach. The Asian ESP Journal, June 2021.
Sakamoto, F. (2020). Fostering intercultural communicative competence in an English for academic purposes course. In C. Poteau (Ed.), Interdisciplinary pedagogical approaches to intercultural competence development. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Sakamoto, F., Toland, S. H., & Cripps, T. (2018). Innovations in EAP material design. OnCUE Journal, 11(2). pp.108-115.
Sakamoto, F. (2018). Anxiety and intercultural communication competence in foreign language education in Japan. AGON International Review of Cultural, Linguistic and Literary Studies, 9(17). pp.39-61.
Sakamoto, F. (2018). Facilitating learner autonomy in university English classes. Academia, 103.
Sakamoto, F. (2018). Global communicative competence in Japan: Learner needs and pedagogical implication. Proceeding of the 9th International Conference on Language, Education, and Innovation. pp.14-24.
Sakamoto, F., & Miyatani, A. (2017). Project-based learning for global communicative competence. In P. Clements, A. Krause, & H. Brown (Eds.), Transformation in Language Education. JALT: Tokyo. pp. 297-306.
メッセージ Why are you learning English? To communicate? If so, there is so much more to communication than just linguistic mastery! We are part of an immensely diverse world and our individual cultural DNA influence the way we think, speak and act. This university provides a wonderful opportunity to us all to learn more about each other and to keep on developing our intercultural competence so we can communicate more effectively with each other and the world.