Tiina Matikainen
マティカイネン, ティーナ マティカイネン ティーナ

環境情報学部訪問講師(招聘)
略歴【学歴】

テンプル大学ジャパン大学 博士(TESOL) (2011)
セント マイケルズ大学 修士(TESOL) (2000)
セント マイケルズ大学 学士(ジャーナリズム)(1998)


【主な前職】

国際基督教大学 教養学部 リベラルアーツ英語プログラム 特任講師
東京女子大学 人間科学科 言語科学専攻 特任講師
玉川学園女子短期大学 助教
専門分野応用言語学,英語教育
担当科目アカデミックライティング,プロジェクト英語A,プロジェクト英語B,プロジェクト英語C,英語コンテンツ
所属学会・団体The European Second Language Association (EuroSLA), Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
主要著作・論文・作品Matikainen, T. (2015) “Cultures of Learning in Japanese EFL Classrooms: Student and Teacher Expectations.” In Horiguchi, S., Imoto, Y., Poole, G. Foreign Language Education in Japan: Exploring Qualitative Approaches. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Matikainen, T. (2011). Semantic Representation and Development of L2 Lexicon in Japanese University Students. Dissertation, Temple University. Ann Arbor: ProQuest/UMI. (Publication No. AAT 3457908).

Matikainen, T. (2011). Introduction to the Language Situation in Finland. Tokyo Woman’s Christian University Essays and Studies, 61 (2), 179-191.

Matikainen, T. (2009). Implementing Cooperative Learning in Japanese EFL University Classrooms. Tokyo Woman’s Christian University Essays and Studies, 60 (1), 211-222.

Matikainen, T. (2005). Critical Pedagogy and Assessment: Can We Combine Them in the L2 Writing Classroom? Tokyo Woman’s Christian University Essays and Studies, 55 (2), 137-150.

Matikainen, T. (2003). EFL Teachers’ Perceptions on Features of Mediation. Ronso: Bulletin of Tamagawagakuen Junior College for Women, 27,109-124.

Matikainen, T. & S. Johnson. (2003). Japanese EFL Students’ Attributions for their Successes and Failures in Language Learning. In T. Matikainen & R. O’Mochain (Eds.), The Proceedings of the Fourth Temple University Japan Applied Linguistics Colloquium. Tokyo, Japan: Temple University.

Matikainen, T. (2002). Language in Practice: Experience of a Short-Term English Language Immersion Program. Ronso: Bulletin of Tamagawagakuen Junior College for Women, 26, 75-89.

Duffy, C. & T. Matikainen. (2000). Developing Cultural Understanding. English Teaching Forum (on-line journal by US Dept. of State), 38(3).

Selected Presentations

“NNETs in Japan: Could They Make the Best EFL Teachers?”, 4th International Conference on Language, Education, and Diversity (LED 2015), Auckland, New Zealand, November 2015 (with Mari Kuromatsu)

“Student and Teacher Perceptions of Individual Academic Writing Tutorials: A Match or a Mismatch?”, Symposium on Second Language Writing (SSLW 2015), Auckland, New Zealand, November 2015 (with Mari Kuromatsu)

“Semantic Representation of L2 Lexicon in Japanese University Students,” EuroSLA 23, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, August 2013.

“Empowering Students through Self Assessment,” ThaiTESOL 2013, Khon Kaen, Thailand, January 2013.

“Lexical Semantic Development: Just because it’s slow, doesn’t mean it’s fossilized,” EUROSLA 17, Newcastle-upon-Thyne, UK, September 2007 (with Martin Willis)

“Intensive English Programs in EFL settings,” TESOL Convention, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, March 2003

“Japanese EFL Learners' Attributions for Their Successes and Failures in Language Learning,” AILA World Congress, Singapore, December 2002

“Peer Review in a Collaborative EFL Classroom,” JALT Annual Conference, Shizuoka, Japan, November 2002
学生諸君へ一言Learning English is so much more than only learning to communicate in English. It is also about learning to understand people who are different from us as well as learning how to utilize foreign languages to benefit and enrich our lives. It is also important to enjoy the learning experience. I look forward to working with you in my classes to help you achieve all this and your learning goals.
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