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Ryan Anthony Gerard

  • 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

  • Applied Linguistics
  • English Education
  • Teaching Practicums
  • Keywords:EFL discourse analysis , Teaching Practicums , EFL corpus

Current Subject

  • A comparison of Japanese and overseas universities' teacher-training systems from the viewpoint of teaching practicums

  • personal stories in conversation

  • Interlanguage conversation discourse analysis

Academic Background

Degree
  • Doctor of Philosophy , Monash University
  • Master of Applied Linguistics , Macquarie University
  • Bachelor of Education , University of Central Queensland
  • Diploma of Teaching , Australian Catholic University

Research Career

Research Career
  • 2002 - , Aichi University of Education, Associate Professor
  • 2002 - , Chukyo University (Part-time)
  • 2000 - 2002 , Nagoya City University, Foreign Instructor
  • 1999 - 2000 , Nagoya University (Part-time)
  • 1999 - 2000 , Aichi Prefectural University (Part-time)
  • 1999 - 2000 , Asahi University (Part-time)
  • 1998 - 2000 , Chubu University (Part-time)
  • 1998 - 2000 , Chukyo University (Part-time)
Other Career
  • 1992 - 1998 , Nagoya English Academy, English Instructor
  • 1991 - 1992 , Northern Territory Catholic Education Office, Primary school teacher
  • 1990 - 1991 , Guizhou Agricultural College (China), Foreign Instructor
  • 1986 - 1990 , Rockhampton Catholic Education Office, Primary school teacher

Research

Books, Articles, etc.

Articles
  • with 高橋美由紀・Anthony Ryan・稲垣真由美・加藤都佳沙
    「グローバル化に対応した教員養成~海外教育実習プログラム」
    愛知教育大学から発信するグローバル時代の英語教育, Aichi University of Education, :137-154, 2014
  • with A. Robins
    A Taste of Teaching in Australia: The great adventure.
    R. Chartrand, G. Brooks, M. Porter & M. Grogan (Eds). The 2013 PanSIG Conference Proceedings, From Many, One: Collaboration, Cooperation, and Community. Nagoya, Japan, JALT, :35-41, 2014
  • The genre of, and the genres within, the English conversation: Successfully creating conversational texts in the EFL classroom.
    Proceedings of JASFL., Japan Association of Systemic Functional Linguistics, 4:13-28, 2010
  • with Sugiura, M.
    A contextual approach to Japanese-English translation.
    Studies in Foreign Languages & Literature., Aichi University of Education, 42:1-25, 2009
  • Teaching a pedagogically-useful schema of a default conversation in the EFL classroom.
    In K. Bradford-Watts (Ed.), JALT2006 Conference Proceedings. Tokyo: JALT., :591-605, 2007
  • Rugby Round Robins: Setting up a Classroom Seating and Partner Grid.
    The Language Teacher, JALT, 31(1):17-19, 2007
  • University supervisors of student-teacher practicums: Between a rock and a hard place!
    Explorations in Teacher Education., JALT, 14(2):3-8, 2006
  • Getting S.U.C.C.E.S.S. in Japan - (K3S + KSP) X (TM + P).
    Studies in Foreign Languages & Literature, Aichi University of Education, 39:1-31, 2006
  • The knowledge and skills of conversational interaction
    Studies in Foreign Languages & Literature, Aichi University of Education, 36:37-55., 2003
  • Developing language from photographs
    The Language Teacher, Japan Association of Language Teachers (JALT), 24(10), 2000
  • Profiling the First Years: Investigating their English learning strategies
    Journal of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Nagoya City University, 9:165-177, 2000
  • Examining learning strategies of Japanese students of English
    Journal of Foreign Languages and Literature, Aichi Gakuin University, 25(1):89-102, 2000
  • Learning strategies that Chukyo D.E.L.L. students prefer to use when studying English
    Journal of Educational Systems and Technologies, Chukyo University, 9:55-64, 1999
  • How do they learn: An analysis of the learning strategies of first year students in the International Relations Program
    Journal of the College of International Studies, Chubu University, 23, 1999
  • Learning styles and preferences of Japanese students of English
    The Journal of Humanities and Sciences, Aichi Gakuin University, 47(1):97-107, 1999
Presentations
  • with A. Robins
    A Taste of Teaching in Australia: The great adventure.
    The 2013 PanSIG Conference. From Many, One: Collaboration, Cooperation, and Community. Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan., 2013-05-18
  • 小中英語支援室主催 英語教育研修会 「ワークショップ:Designing and Creating 'Big Books' 日本の昔話からビッグブックを作ろう」
    2011-12-23
  • Teaching a 'default' conversation in the EFL classroom. International Symposium, New Insights into the Study of Conversation; Applications to the Language Classroom. May 2010 University of Granada, Spain.
    2010-05
  • JASFL2009 日本機能言語学会 第17回秋期大会 Japan Association of Systemic Functional Linguistics 2009 Autumn Conference. October 10, Doshisha University, Kyoto.
    2009-10
  • 全国語学教育学会「The EFL teaching of a default conversation schema」 JALT 2006 Annual Conference
    2006-11
    Kitakyushu International Conference Center, Kokura
  • JALT Teacher N-SIG 2005 Retreat「Bringing Culture into the Classroom」
    2005-07
  • 愛知教育大学英語英文学会第11回研究発表会 「English conversation control and maintenance」
    2004-09
    愛知教育大学

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