KOBAYASHI Toshihiko

Faculty
Major in Entrepreneurship
PositionProfessorMailtoshi84123res.otaru-uc.ac.jp
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Last Updated :2019/07/11

Researcher Profile and Settings

Education

  •  - 1992 , ハワイ(Hawaii), Graduate School, Division of Language Education

Degree

  • (BLANK)

Association Memberships

  • JAPAN ASSOCIATION FOR MEDIA ENGLISH STUDIES

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Linguistics, Foreign language education, 第二言語習得論、教材開発論、口語英文法

Research Interests

    Colloquial English Grammar (CEG), Second Language Acquisition, English as a Second Language, Discourse Analysis

Published Papers

Books etc

Conference Activities & Talks

  • The Ubiquitous Presence of Funny English Signs in Japan: patterns and strategies to avoid them
    KOBAYASHI Toshihiko, SAI International Convention (Seoul, Korea),   2016 09 26
  • Five Advantages of Watching TV Series over Movies when Learning English
    KOBAYASHI Toshihiko,   2016 07 09
  • What is Colloquial English Grammar?: Identifying the Differences between Spoken and Written Language
    KOBAYASHI Toshihiko, Society for Teaching English though Media,   2013 05 11
  • Comparisons of Corrections between Japanese and Americans
    KOBAYASHI Toshihiko, The 1st Annual HATESL-LSH Joint Conference,   1989 04
  • Cross-Pacific Applied Linguistics Research: Comparisons of Feedback on an ESL
    KOBAYASHI Toshihiko,   1990 01
  • A Study of Comprehensibility of Native and Nonnative Varieties of English
    KOBAYASHI Toshihiko,   1990 02
  • Three Studies of Communication Strategies
    KOBAYASHI Toshihiko, The 2nd Annual HATESl-LSH Joint Conference,   1990 02
  • A Study of Communication Strategies: Comprehensibility of Japanese English
    KOBAYASHI Toshihiko,   1993 09
  • An Analysis of Dialogues from Oral Communication A Textbooks: Towards
    KOBAYASHI Toshihiko,   1999 08
  • Native and Nonnative Reactions to Translated Newspaper Editorials in English
    KOBAYASHI Toshihiko,   1999 08
  • An Analysis of Dialogues from Oral Communication A Textbooks: Towards
    KOBAYASHI Toshihiko,   2000 03
  • The CEG Typology Framework: A New Way to Give Shape to Colloquial English
    KOBAYASHI Toshihiko, ネパール言語学会 (LSN) The 34th Annual Conference of Linguistic Society of Nepal,   2013 11 26

Awards & Honors

  •   2014 08 , Association of Teaching English through Movies, The 3rd Best ATEM Paper Award, The Benefits of the CEG Typology Framework for Learners, Teachers, Researchers, and Textbook Writers


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