(Last updated : 2019-03-20 16:35:44)
  Hiromori Tomohito
   School of Global Japanese Studies
■ Books and Papers
1. Book Mechanisms for Learning English: Effective Study Methods Based on Second Language Acquisition Research (Sole-authored) 2015
2. Book What are the determining factors of L2 improvised speech performance? (Sole-authored) 2014
3. Book Motivational design for effective second language instruction (Sole-authored) 2013
4. Book Skills that Thrill: Strategies for Real-World Reading (Co-authored (other than first author)) 2009
5. Book Stepping Stones to Effective Writing (Co-authored (other than first author)) 2008
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■ Conference Presentations
1. 2018 Profiling and tracing learner autonomy development through an integrated understanding of autonomous language learners (The 51st annual meeting of the British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL))
2. 2018 The motivational effects of project-based film-making activity through cooperative learning in Japanese university (The 10th International Conference on Language, Innovation, Culture, and Education (ICLICE) 2018)
3. 2018 Smartphone fiming as a motivational output activity in a large-sized EFL class (The ASEAN-ELT International Conference 2018)
4. 2018 The effects of task repetition on the development of L2 speech production: A Dynamic Systems Theory perspective (The 16th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education 2018)
5. 2017 Mechanisms for learning a foreign language: Theory and practice from the perspective of second language acquisition research (The 14th International Conference on Japanese Language Education in Malaysia)
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■ Academic Qualifications
1. 2006/03
Degree Acquisition
Hokkaido University
■ Teaching Activities
● Textbook and Other Teaching Materials of your own
1. 2007/03 Fundamentals of Effective Speaking
2. 2008/03 Stepping Stones to Effective Writing
3. 2009/03 Skills that Thrill: Strategies for Real-World Reading
■ Web Sites
■ Current Specialized Field
Foreign language education, Educational psychology