Day 1: Saturday, March 22


10:30-10:45Opening Remarks : Taro Kageyama (Lecture Hall)

10:45-11:45Invited Talk (Lecture Hall)Presented in English

Catherine E. Snow (Harvard University)
Extended discourse in first and second language acquisition : A challenge and an opportunity

Chair : Masahiko Minami

12:00-13:00Lunch Break

  • Extremely limited options for lunch in the neighborhood of NINJAL.
  • We recommend you to buy a lunch at Tachikawa station on your way to the conference.

13:10-14:10Poster Session 1 (Lobby) For details, click here

14:25-16:05Session I For details, click here

TimeLecture Hall (2nd Floor)
Multi-Purpose Room (2nd Floor)
Seminar Room (3rd Floor)
14:25-14:55Chieko KanoOresta ZaburannaCade Bushnell
15:00-15:30Midori InabaYinan FanPaul Ganir
15:35-16:05Fuyuki MineKyoko SatohNina Azumi Yoshida

16:20-18:00Session II For details, click here

TimeLecture Hall (2nd Floor)
Multi-Purpose Room (2nd Floor)
Seminar Room (3rd Floor)
16:20-16:50Hiroshi Noyama et al.Masaki YasuharaNanyan Wang
16:55-17:25Masaki Yamaoka et al.Noriko YoshimuraGalina Vorobeva et al.
17:30-18:00Yukiko OkunoSanae TamuraYoshie Yamamori

18:30-20:00Banquet (Registration required)

Day 2: Sunday, March 23

09:30-11:10Session III For details, click here

TimeLecture Hall (2nd Floor)
Multi-Purpose Room (2nd Floor)
Seminar Room (3rd Floor)
09:30-10:00Na Wei et al.Yukari HashimotoYuka Fukunaga
10:05-10:35Jae ho LeeSabine KringsMaki Shimotani et al.
10:40-11:10Mayumi UsamiShin'ichi TanakaKensaku Soejima

11:20-12:20Poster Session 2 (Lobby) For details, click here

12:30-13:30Lunch Break

13:45-15:25Session IV For details, click here

TimeLecture Hall (2nd Floor)
Multi-Purpose Room (2nd Floor)
Seminar Room (3rd Floor)
13:45-14:15Haruko Minegishi CookAyano SuzukiWakako Yano
14:20-14:50Mineharu Nakayama et al.Hiroko Hayashi et al.Emi Takamori
14:55-15:25Margaret ThomasHitoshi HoriuchiTakafumi Utashiro

15:40-17:40 Invited Panel (Lecture Hall)Presented in Japanese

Corpora and Japanese Language Education
Noriko Kobayashi
The Process of Listening Comprehension: Designing a Corpus based on Learners' Dictations
Katsuimi Shibuya
Grammar Construction and Speech: Desiderata for a New Corpus of Variation in Japanese
Hisashi Noda
Reading for Comprehension: Explaining the Process -Developing a Corpus for Reading
Kumiko Sakoda
Writing and Speaking: The Differences -Language Use in a Learners' Corpus

Chair : Hisashi Noda

17:50-18:00 Closing Remarks : Taro Kageyama (Lecture Hall)

Saturday, March 22 : Poster Sessions and Sessions

Poster Session 1 Saturday, March 22 (13:10-14:10)

Presented in English
Sayaka Sugiyama
Demonstratives and Discourse Structure in the Language of Fiction
Yuichi Suzuki
Measuring automaticity in second language Japanese: Real-time predictive sentence processing with the Japanese case-marker wa and ga
Rika Yamashita
Pragmatics of children's desu/masu style in a small community classroom
Presented in Japanese
Ming-jan Chen, Yulin Chen
Apply Facebook in Japanese Reading Class
Shuwei Chu, Ayako Shirose
Prosodic of Toritate Particles: Analysis of the Corpus of Spontaneous Japanese
Ruri Hamada
The influences in Japanese accent from L1 of Central and South American learners
Yoichiro Hasebe, Jae-Ho Lee
Development of a readability evaluation system for Japanese language education
Masashi Kiko
Japanese in textbooks and problem books? -learning academic vocabulary-
Naomi Koda
Clause chaining and turn taking in Japanese intraconversational narratives
Ahbi Koh
The Psychological Distance Analysis of Japanese and Korean Pronouns
Keiko Mochizuki, YaMing Shen, Kazunori Kikushima, Shoo Fukuda
Error Categories in Japanese/Chinese Grammar Based on Japanese/Chinese Learner Corpora
Sae Nishiuchi
Basic Research for Materials Development for Learning Polysemic Words: For Spanish Native Speakers
Shohei Nishizaka
Chinese speakers' acquisition of Japanese tense in subordinate clauses: Focusing on temporal adverbial clauses
Sangtiean Rattanaseriwong
An Explanation of How to Teach the 'teiru' Form to Thai Native Speakers Learning Japanese
Hiroo Tomiya, Tatsuya Kitamura, Yoshiko Kawamura
Development of an editor with a word-level evaluation function

Session I Saturday, March 22 (14:25-16:05)

Lecture Hall (2nd Floor) Presented in Japanese
14:25-14:55 Chieko Kano
Can-do Statements Survey on Kanji and Learners' Kanji Ability: differences in the views of learners with kanji, non-kanji, and Korean backgrounds
15:00-15:30 Midori Inaba
Designing an Introductory Course for JSL Teacher Development: Focusing on JSL Curriculum
15:35-16:05 Fuyuki Mine
Rethinking of Japanese Developmental Stages of Processability Theory: Which procedure does a passive-voice construction belong to?
Multi-Purpose Room (2nd Floor) Presented in Japanese
14:25-14:55 Oresta Zaburanna
On the use of asking permission in the requests situations
15:00-15:30 Yinan Fan
A Study on the Usage of Noda among Advanced JFL Learners and Native Japanese Speakers: An Analysis for Discourse Structure and Speech Act
15:35-16:05 Kyoko Satoh
Compliment on one's beauty:Tacit norms which surface through negotiation process of compliment and its response
Seminar Room (3rd Floor) Presented in English
14:25-14:55 Cade Bushnell
A time to laugh: Audience laughter at a rakugo performance for foreign students in Japan
15:00-15:30 Paul Ganir
Language learners' use of the Japanese particle ne inside and outside classrooms
15:35-16:05 Nina Azumi Yoshida
How "things" inhibit control in Japanese clausal connective constructions

Session II Saturday, March 22 (16:20-18:00)

Lecture Hall (2nd Floor) Presented in Japanese
16:20-16:50 Hiroshi Noyama, Keisuke Imamura
Linguistic form features in speech styles of JSL learners
16:55-17:25 Masaki Yamaoka, Tsutomu Makihara, Masaki Ono
For the Methodology on Description of Considerate Expressions in Modern Japanese; As Basic Theory for Data Base Construction of Considerate Expressions
17:30-18:00 Yukiko Okuno
Development of cohesion in the usage of "JANAIDESUKA" -Focusing on saliency in input-
Multi-Purpose Room (2nd Floor) Presented in Japanese
16:20-16:50 Masaki Yasuhara
On the Unaccusative Causative Structures: Alternations in English and Japanese
16:55-17:25 Noriko Yoshimura
What can Kyushuu Japanese say about the 'nominalization' of adjectives in exclamatives?
17:30-18:00 Sanae Tamura
On grammaticalization of kusai in evidential us
Seminar Room (3rd Floor) Presented in Japanese
16:20-16:50 Nanyan Wang
A Study of Japanese ON-Reading for the Teaching of Kanji to Chinese Learners of Japanese: An Analysis of the ON-Reading Words in the Vocabulary List of the JLPT Level 2
16:55-17:25 Galina Vorobeva, Victor Vorobev, Shoichi Yokoyama
Development of learning resources for Japanese kanji based on semantic clustering of new Joyo kanji
17:30-18:00 Yoshie Yamamori
On Pragmatic Quotations

Banquet (Registration required) Saturday, March 22 (18:30-20:00)

Sunday, March 23 : Poster Sessions and Sessions

Session III Sunday, March 23 (09:30-11:10)

Lecture Hall (2nd Floor) Presented in Japanese
09:30-10:00 Na Wei, Takako Sakai, Noriko Kobayashi
Analysis of SPOT90 in TTBJ (Tsukuba Test-Battery of Japanese) individual test -the relationship whit Japanese learning-length and staying period in Japan-
10:05-10:35 Jae ho Lee
A corpus-based contrastive analysis of oral and written learner corpora
10:40-11:10 Mayumi Usami
The development of NCRB (Natural Conversation Resource Bank) and it's characteristics: Some implications for the research and education based on corpora of Japanese language
Multi-Purpose Room (2nd Floor) Presented in Japanese
09:30-10:00 Yukari Hashimoto
Analysis of corpus in perspective of language acquisition theory -Comparing among three parties of children and adults acquiring Japanese as first or second language-
10:05-10:35 Sabine Krings
On the Advantages of Knowledge on Phonetic Elements for the Kanji Learning by Learners of Japanese from a Non-Character Background
10:40-11:10 Shin'ichi Tanaka
The avoidance of accent on a non-syllabic mora and the phonological structure in Osaka Japanese
Seminar Room (3rd Floor) Presented in Japanese
09:30-10:00 Yuka Fukunaga
The State of the Multilingual Diversity in Japan From The Perspective of Language Capabilities of Foreigners
10:05-10:35 Maki Shimotani, Tomoko Endo
On the sequential patterns of storytelling using omotte in Japanese conversation
10:40-11:10 Kensaku Soejima
On the expression of the resultative state caused by intentional event: a contrastive study of Passive and Aspect in Japanese and Russian

Poster Session 2 Sunday, March 23 (11:20-12:20)

Presented in English
Nobuyoshi Asaoka
Connecting the Interaction Hypothesis and Noticing Hypothesis through Technology to Develop Communicative Competence among Beginning Japanese Learners
Atsuko Onuma
How Tame-Keigo (Tameguchi-Keigo) language system in Japanese contemporary novels is translated in English? : From the aspect of pedagogy and cognitive linguistics
Chika Yoshida, Tomohiko Shirahata, Mitsuko Hisano
How the Interface Hypothesis explains wa acquisition in near-native speakers of Japanese
Presented in Japanese
Shingo Imai
Mapping can-do self-assessment and the computer test
Tsugio Inoue
On the Notation of Linguistics Register
Rie Kibayashi
How to use the basic information of conversation for qualitative and quantitative conversation analyses
Tomoko Koh (Chih Tzu Kao)
The effects of teaching "Role languages" in Japanese classes
Chiho Kyono
Conditions of use on the Japanese beneficiary auxiliary verbs te-kureru and te-morau: An analysis based on a questionnaire on their use by native speakers of Japanese
Xin Li
A Research of the Perception of the Japanese Geminate by Cantonese native speakers -Focusing on trisyllables
Yuki Miyanishi, Kazuhide Yamamoto
Developing user-friendly and customizable text analyzer
Atsushi Mori, Akinori Nakajima, Kazunari Iwata
Development of the "Yasashii-Nihongo Checker" for text readability and verification of effectiveness of the indicators in the tool
Yoko Nakai, Miwako Ohba, Masumi Toramaru, Masanobu Masuda
An analysis of the characteristics of conversational data analysis articles in Japan and USA: Comparison of "Shakaigengokagaku", "Nihongokyoiku", "Nihongokyoikuronshu", and "JLL"
Fumiko Nazikian
The discourse and metapragmatic functions of yo ne in online newspaper blog messages: from the comparative analysis of deshoo
Yuko Shiraishi
The aspects of usage of personal pronouns and self consciousness in collegiate woman

Session IV Sunday, March 23 (13:45-15:25)

Lecture Hall (2nd Floor) Presented in English
13:45-14:15 Haruko Minegishi Cook
Rethinking of strategies and discernment: Superiors' directives in a Japanese workplace
14:20-14:50 Mineharu Nakayama, Noriko Yoshimura, Koichi Sawasaki
Sensitivity to the continuity in speech time: Acquisition of TE IRU by JSL learners
14:55-15:25 Margaret Thomas
'Air writing' as a technique in the acquisition of Sino-Japanese characters by second language learners
Multi-Purpose Room (2nd Floor) Presented in Japanese
13:45-14:15 Ayano Suzuki
What kind of grammatical collocation do Japanese learners make? from the view of meaning of the node
14:20-14:50 Hiroko Hayashi, Nilson Kunioshi, Kazuko Tojo, Toshiko Koyama, Judy Noguchi
Aspects of Scientific Japanese through JECPRESE and OnCAL
14:55-15:25 Hitoshi Horiuchi
Development of Paradigms of Non-standard Polite Verbs in Japanese Language Learners' Language: A case of longitudinal corpus data
Seminar Room (3rd Floor) Presented in Japanese
13:45-14:15 Wakako Yano
An Analysis on Selected Graduation Theses in Humanity and Social Science to Support Students Writing a Thesis -With Focus on the Purposes of Using Citation in Discourse Structures-
14:20-14:50 Emi Takamori
Error Analysis of Japanese Particles Wa and Ga in Learners Spoken Corpus Towards Effective Instruction -Case of Intermediate Spanish Learners
14:55-15:25 Takafumi Utashiro
Development of learning system for training language adjustment in L2 classroom