Research Publications for Keiko Umeda
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Umeda, K. (2017). [Do you understand?] と学習者に聞くことの問題点とその代替案 Asking students Do you understand? Problems and alternatives. In Kyushu English Language Teaching Expo. Conference held at Fukuoka, Japan.
Umeda, K. (2017). English language teaching in Japanese secondary schools and its implication for the theory and practice of ELT: Time for change?. In 2017 International Conference on Education, Psychology, and Learning. Conference held at Sapporo Convention Center, Hokkaido, Japan.
Nishimura, F., & Umeda, K. (2016). Benefits and issues: Visitor sessions with pre-intermediate learners of japanese. In M. Ogino, P. Shino, & D. Nesbitt (Eds.), Creating New Synergies: Approaches of Tertiary Japanese Programmes in New Zealand (pp. 142-186). Massey University Press.
Umeda, K. (2016). 中学・高校における英語教育を学習指導要領から英語教育の現場までを考察して (From curriculum to classroom: English language teaching in secondary schools in Japan). In 2016 ETJ Kyushu - English Teachers in Japan: Language Teaching Expos. Conference held at Seinan Gakuin University, Fukuoka, Japan.
Nishimura, F., & Umeda, K. (2015). Visitor sessions in university’s Japanese class. In The 21st Biennial New Zealand Asian Studies Society (NZASIA) Conference. Conference held at University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand.
Umeda, K. (2014). The teaching of English in secondary schools in Japan: From curriculum to the classroom. (PhD Thesis, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand). Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/10289/8901
Umeda, K. (2013). The teaching of English in Japanese schools. The problems facing teachers. In 2013 ETJ (English Teachers in Japan) Kyushu ELT Expo. Conference held at Seinan Gakuin University, Fukuoka, Japan.
Umeda, K. (2013). Problems associated with pre-service training of English language teachers in Japan. In 2013 ALANZ Regional Seminar: What’s going on in Applied Linguistics?. Conference held at Wintec, Hamilton, New Zealand.