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Venema James

  • Faculty:Department of Foreign LanguagesPosition:Associate Professor
  • Address:1 Hirosawa,Igaya-cho,Kariya-shi,Aichi
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Modified:05/08/2019

Profile

Assigned Class

  • Humanities and Social Sciences

Research Field

  • TEFL

Current Subject

  • Curriculum development

Academic Societies

Academic Societies
  • JALT
  • Speech,, Drama, & Debate Special Interest Group, JALT
  • Nagoya Players Theater Group

Academic Background

Graduate School
  • Aston University , (Masters of Science in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Language , Faculty of Language and Social Sciences) , (Completed)
College
  • University of Alberta , (Psychology , Faculty of Arts) , (Graduated)

Research

Books, Articles, etc.

Books
  • James Venema
    The Great Debate (教科書)
    Perceptia Press, 2015
Articles
  • James Venema
    Academic writing through debate
    English Teaching Professional, 114, 2018
  • James Venema
    Fables and fairytales
    English Teaching Professional, 85, 2013
  • James Venema
    Judging speech contests: rating scales and common sense
    Mask & Gavel, 2 (1), 2013
  • James Venema
    Curriculum and community: coordinating teachers and developing English curriculum
    Journal of Nagoya Women's University, 58, 2012
  • James Venema, Douglas Jarrell, Naoko Hazumi
    英語の母語話者と非母語話者のインタラクションにおける理解困難な発話 (Non-native speaker incomprehensible utterances in native and non-native speaker interactions
    Journal of Nagoya Women's University, 56, 2010
  • James Venema
    Coordinating curriculum and teachers: standardizing or community building?
    Explorations in Teacher Education, 18 (1), 2010
  • James Venema
    Expanding the dialogue: incorporating classroom obsevations in curriculum development
    The Language Teacher, 34 (5), 2010
  • James Venema
    Active word power
    English Teaching Professional, 70, 2010
  • James Venema
    PLCs, control, and professional dialogue: a response to Sosa and Casanave
    OnCue Journal, 3 (1), 2009
  • James Venema
    Negotiating objectives in a language program
    The Language Teacher, 32 (8), 2008
  • James Venema, Russel Notestine
    A task-based curriculum for homestay students
    The Asian EFL Journal Teaching Articles, 3, 2008
  • James Venema
    For and Against
    English Teaching Professional, 48, 2007
  • James Venema
    Coordinating a university language program: some lessons learned
    The Language Teacher, 31 (3), 2007
  • James Venema, Douglas Jarrell
    "Basic English" in the faculty of literature: standardizing and coordinating a general education course
    Journal of the International Department of Language and Expression, Nagoya Women's University, 53, 2007
  • James Venema
    Using a limerick to introduce connected speech
    The Language Teacher, 31 (4), 2007
  • James Venema
    Professional learning communities: a model for curriculum reform in Japan
    On Cue Journal, 1, 2007
  • James Venema
    Using peer observation to encourage negotiation of meaning
    The Language Teacher, 30 (4), 2006
  • James Venema
    Teacher becoming writers: some suggestions for publishing
    Explorations in Teacher Education, 14 (2), 2006
  • James Venema
    Canadian immigration history: a crash course in researching and presenting Canadian content
    Canadian Content, 15 (2), 2005
  • James Venema
    Resolved: debate is an effective classroom task!
    Explorations in Teacher Education, 11 (1), 2003
  • James Venema
    Incorporating debate in the classroom: making it accessible
    On Cue, 11 (2), 2003
  • James Venema
    Developing classroom specific rating scales: clarifying teacher assessment of oral communicative competence
    Shiken, 6 (1), 2002
  • James Venema
    A co-operative, task-based approach to syllabus design
    On Cue, 9 (3), 2001
  • James Venema
    Learning styles and the classroom: introversion/extroversion and student performance on classroom tasks
    Chubu University Journal of the College of International Studies, 24, 2000
Presentations
  • James Venema & Anthony Robins
    Encouraging Learning with an Online Learning Resource
    2015
  • James Venema
    Fables, fairy-tales, and the English classroom
    The Heart of the Matter: Literature in Language Teaching Conference, Aichi University, Toyohashi, 2014-09
  • James Venema
    Formal debate and academic writing: facilitating critical thinking and effective writing
    JALT Pan-SIG Conference, Nanzan University, Nagoya, 2013
  • James Venema
    Fables, fairy-tales, and the English classroom
    JALT Pan-SIG Conference, Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, 2012
  • James Venema
    Great Debate in the EFL Classroom
    第41回中部地区英語教育学会, Fukui University, Fukui, 2011
  • J Venema, D Jarrell
    Curriculum and community: coordinating teachers and developing English curriculum
    第40回中部地区英語教育学会, Ishikawa Prefectural University, Nonoichi, 2010
  • J Venema, G Minehane, T Tadaki
    English language programs at Japanese universities: the end of an era of individual performances?
    第39回中部地区英語教育学会, Tokoha University Shizuoka, 2009
  • What are we trying to achieve? Negotiating objectives in a language program
    JALT 2008, Tokyo, 2008
  • J Venema, D Jarrell, M LoDico, S Lukwago, S Mulvey
    Perspectives on curriculum coordination: full-timers and part-timers
    JALT Pan-SIG Conference, Sendai, 2007
  • James Venema
    Professional learning communities: a model for curriculum reform?
    JALT Pan-SIG Conference, Sendai, 2007
  • J Venema, K Emori, D Jarrell
    Coordinating and managing change
    JALT Nagoya, 2007
  • Building a professional community of teachers: coordinating meetings
    The Art of Coordination: Sharing Our Experiences, Nanzan University, Nagoya, 2007
  • J Venema, B McCaughan
    Developing a curriculum support website
    JALT 2007, Tokyo, 2007
  • J Venema, A Robins
    Formal debate in the EFL class: the why and the how
    JALT 2007, Tokyo, 2007
  • J Venema, B Cullen, M Rebuck, P Tanner
    Publishing as a mode of teacher education
    JALT Pan-SIG Conference, Shizuoka, 2006
  • James Venema
    A History of Canadian Immigration
    Aichi University of Education, 2005
  • J Venema, I Ozawa, A Robins, F Webster
    A meeting of minds: bringing computers and teacher education together
    JALT CALL Conference, Nagoya, 2003
  • James Venema
    Developing classroom specific rating scales: clarifying teacher assessment of oral communicative competence
    Language Testing in Asia in the 21st Century, Kyoto, 2002
  • D. Fujimoto, A. Robins, J. Robins, J. Venema, S. Yokomizu
    Attuning lessons to learning styles and needs
    JALT Conference, Shizuoka, 1999

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