Personnel Information



School of Science
Research Fields, Keywords
Inductive teaching, Deductive Teaching, cultural impact
Teaching and Research Fields
My Master’s degree thesis delved into why East Asians rely so heavily on deductive grammar teaching, and whether inductive teaching would help or hinder learning. Since the principles of Confucianism align so closely with those of the Grammar Translation Method, which largely inform deductive teaching, I looked at the effect that Confucian culture had on the effectiveness of either the inductive or deductive method.
I advocated a hybrid approach adult participants, but my interest in (inductive/ implicit) acquisition within the context of Krashen’s Acquisition/ Learning and Input hypotheses persists. Further research interests include how home environments and “family capital” contributes to language acquisition/ learning.

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  • Degree name:Master of Education(TESOL)
    Classified degree field:Humanities & Social Sciences / Foreign language education
    Conferring institution:University of Guam
    Acquisition way:Coursework
    Date of acquisition:2020.05

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  • Affiliation:Kwansei Gakuin University
    Department:School of Science
    Title:Instructor of English as a Foreign Language
    Date:2023.04 -