Stephen Shrader Stephen Shrader 所属 研究所/センター 英語教育センター 職名 外国人教員客員講師
English for Academic Purposes
Content Based Language Teaching
Encouraging students to negotiate meaning and request modified input, Eigo Kagawa, 2/1998, pp 35-39.
Reflecting, renaming, and reconstructing: The road to mastery, portfolio submitted for the MA program at the School for International Training, 11/2000.
Learner empowerment - A perspective, The Internet TESL Journal, 11/2003. Available online.
The accordion family: A scaffolded role-play for beginners, The ETJ Journal, Winter, 2003, pp 17-18.
LIOJ 35th anniversary [CD-ROM]. Odawara: Language Institute of Japan. (co-edited with Jim Kahny and Kazumi Masuda)
An interview with Joseph Shaules, The Language Teacher (vol. 35 no. 6), 11-12/2011, pp 35-39. Available online.
A different kind of conference: A day on intercultural communication with JII, OnCUE Journal (vol. 5 issue 1), Summer, 2011, pp 44-48. Available online.
SIETAR Japan conference: A review, The Language Teacher (vol. 36 no. 2), 3-4/2012, pp 49-50. Available online.
Students, teachers, and differing assumptions: Working with resistance to EAP in an intensive English program, Journal of Inquiry and Research (no. 98), 9/2013, pp 71-87.
Characteristics of Japanese color names for wood culture: With a focus on color terms in gray regions including more than one hundred mouse colors, Conference Proceedings: Asia Color Association 2014 Taipei, Taiwan, 9/2014, pp 157-160. (with Kohji Yoshimura and Yuko Yamada)
Translation: A commemorative exhibition of rare books on chromatics. The Color Science Association of Japan, 5/2015. Available online. (co-translated with Kohji Yoshimura)
Japanese color names reflecting dyeing: With a focus on their color terms in brown regions including more than 100 browns, Conference Proceedings: AIC2015 Tokyo, Japan, 5/2015, pp 245-250. (with Kohji Yoshimura and Yuko Yamada)
Expectations for study abroad: False beliefs and true hopes, Conference Handbook: The 2nd IRI Research Forum Kansai Gaidai University, 2/19/2016, pp 94-103. (with Peter Edwards; funded by a grant from Kansai Gaidai University's Intercultural Research Institute)
The origin of the relationship between five colors and the directions in the yin-yang five elements theory: The importance of allusion, Conference Proceedings: ACA2016 Changshu, China, 5/2016, pp 169-172. (with Kohji Yoshimura and Yuko Yamada)
Exploring diversity issues, in the book Readings on Diversity Issues: From Hate Speech to Identity and Privilege in Japan, 10/2016, pp 52-61. (Published by SIETAR Japan’s special interest group on diversity.)