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 Faculty of Arts
 Department of English Studies
 
Associate Professor
JOHN   Campbell-Larsen
Birth:1967
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Other faculty or department / position
Graduate School of Literature Department of English Language and Literature(Master's Course) 指導補助教員

Academic degrees
Bachelor of Arts. English Literature  University of Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.   
Master of Arts. TESOL  University of Birmingham. U.K.   

Announcement to students
I am interested in using language for natural, social interactive purposes and I want students to create a social identity in English and be able to participate in conversation and other interactions both inside and outside the classroom.   

Reward and punishment (reward)
学生アンケートによる優秀授業賞  2016/03/23 

Current research field
Linguistics 

Research keywords
I am researching the nature of spoken language and the ways in which participants in interaction manage turn-taking, identity formation and other aspects of talk in interaction. The findings of my research can be utilized in classroom practice to enable students to engage in spoken interactions in English. 

Papers
A typology of reported speech  English Literature Review. The English Literary Society. Kyoto Women’s University  Bulletin of Universities and Institutes  Only  61, 30-56  2018/02  John Campbell-Larsen       
Visualizing Vocabulary using google Images  The 2016 PanSIG Journal: Innovations in education  Academic Journal  Joint    2017/11  John Campbell-Larsen & Cameron Romney      This paper investigated the ways that the Google Image search engine can be used as a corpus to investigate and explicate vocabulary meanings and cultural differences in the language classroom. 
Discourse Markers and Interactional Questions: Making Conversations More Authentic  KOTESOL Proceedings 2016: Shaping the Future with 21st Century Skills  Academic Journal  Only  119-128  2017/10  John Campbell-Larsen  1598-0472     
Discourse Markers in the Classroom  Transformation in language education JALT Post-conference publication  Academic Journal  Only  227-234  2017/08  John Campbell-Larsen       
You went where? Repair in language teaching and learning  English Literature Review. The English Literary Society. Kyoto Women’s University  Bulletin of Universities and Institutes  Only  60, 47-73  2017/03  John Campbell-Larsen       
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Research presentations
Conference presentation  Teaching Strategic Speaking Skills  14th Annual CamTESOL Conference on English Language Teaching, Institute of Technology of Cambodia, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.  2018/02/10  This presentation introduced the process known as repair, whereby speakers and listeners deal with problems of speaking, hearing and understanding that routinely occur in spontaneous speaking and related repair to the L2 classroom. 
Conference presentation  When Words Don't Match: Concept Checking  JALT 2017 International Conference on Language Teaching and Learning & Educational Materials Exhibition. Tsukuba, Japan  2017/11/20  This presentation examined the pitfalls of obscurity, circularity, translation and labeling as pertain to L2 language instruction and detailed a classroom methodology that circumvents these issues when explaining vocabulary and grammar to L2 learners. The methodology involves asking a series of binary or multiple-choice questions that explicate the item in a systematic way. 
Symposium  Conversational Repair and Language Learning  京都女子大学英文学会2017年度大会  2017/11/11   
Conference presentation  Small Talk is Big Talk: Teaching Phatic Communication  25th Korea TESOL- PAC International Conference  2017/10/22  This presentation sought to outline the difference between transactional talk and talk based on creating and maintaining social bonds, i.e. phatic communication. It was suggested that phatic communication is often sidelined in the language classroom and that learners should be oriented to the ways in which phatic communication is performed by interactants. 
Conference presentation  You went Where? Repair in Language Teaching.  25th Korea TESOL- PAC International Conference  2017/10/21  This paper examined the phenomenon of repair and discussed how students can be made aware of common repair practices and how to avoid non-normative repair in L2 speaking. 
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