Research Keywords 【 display / non-display

  • English Education, Academic Writing (Second Language Writing), CLIL, Media English, Automated Writing Evaluation (AWE)

Academic 【 display / non-display

  • The University of Tokyo, Faculty of Law, Public Law, University, Graduated, JAPAN

  • Emory University, Goizueta Business School, Business Administration, Graduate School(Master's Course), 1999/05, Completed, UNITED STATES

  • Columbia University, Teachers College, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Graduate School(Master's Course), 2008/05, Completed, UNITED STATES

Degree 【 display / non-display

  • Bachelor of Law

  • Master of Business Administration, 1999/05

  • Mster of Arts in TESOL, 2008/05

Campus Career 【 display / non-display

  • Headquarters for Campus Educational System Reform Center for Foreign Language Education Foreign Language Education Center, Lecturer

External Career 【 display / non-display

  • Tokyo Woman's Christian University School of Arts and Sciences, Part-time Instructor, 2012.04 - 2017.09

  • International Christian University English for Liberal Arts Program, Project Lecturer, 2013.09 - 2017.08

  • Ochanomizu University Division of Life Sciences and Advanced Sciences, Part-time Instructor, 2017.06 - 2017.09

  • International Christian University English for Liberal Arts Program, Part-time Instructor, 2017.09 - 2021.03

  • Ochanomizu University Foreign Language Education Center, Lecturer, 2017.10 -

 

Books 【 display / non-display

  • New Rays English Communication I (Government-Approved English Textbook for High School Students)

    Iizuna Shoten2022.02, TANAKA Shigenori, TAKEDA Shuuichi, ABE Hajime, INOUE Tomoko, SATO Yoshiaki, NAKAMURA Shunsuke, HATAKEYAMA Yukako, HOSOI Kyoko, MURAKAMI Hiroko, MORIMOTO Shun, YOSHIHARA Manabu, WATANABE Atsuko, WATANABE Masami, Iizuna Shoten, Textbook, 66-67, 68-81

  • Develop four skills through English news: From input to output

    Chapters 3 and 12, Sanshusha, 2020.02, English Education and Media Research Special Interest Group, Japan Association for Media English Studies, English Education and Media Research Special Interest Group, Japan Association for Media English Studies, Textbook, 22-27, 76-81

Papers 【 display / non-display

  • Effects of feedback type on the quality of L2 learners’ revised essays: Comparison of peer feedback and automated writing evaluation

    JAAL in JACET Proceedings, vol.4(p.53 - 59), 2022.03, HATAKEYAMA Yukako, Original, Research paper (international conference proceedings), Single Author

  • Student-facilitated ACT classes: An attempt to enhance student engagement and active learning

    お茶の水女子大学 人文科学研究, vol.18(p.69 - 81), 2022.03, HATAKEYAMA Yukako, Original, Research paper (bulletin of university, research institution), Single Author

  • Peer review: Student perspectives and strategies found from a semi-structured interview

    Journal of the Ochanomizu University English Society, vol.11(p.19 - 35), 2022.03, HATAKEYAMA Yukako, Original, Research paper (bulletin of university, research institution), Single Author

  • Peer feedback comments and revision strategies of L2 writers: Insights from the analyses of their reflection texts

    Journal of the Ochanomizu University English Society, vol.10(p.5 - 22), 2021.03, HATAKEYAMA Yukako, Original, Research paper (bulletin of university, research institution), Single Author

  • A report on online English classes: Reflections and implications

    Ochanomizu University Studies in Arts and Culture, vol.17(p.67 - 81), 2021.03, HATAKEYAMA Yukako, Original, Research paper (bulletin of university, research institution), Single Author

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Presentations 【 display / non-display

  • Japanese L2 learners’ perspectives on peer review and automated writing evaluation

    HATAKEYAMA Yukako, International, 2022.10, 2022 ALAK International Conference & AILA East-Asia Forum, Online (Virtual Conference), Applied Linguistics Association of Korea (ALAK), Not Invited, Main Speaker

  • Using RFCDC for CLIL-based English classes: Class descriptions and student reflections and voices

    HATAKEYAMA Yukako, International, 2022.08, The Japan Association of College English Teachers (JACET) 6st International Convention, Online, The Japan Association of College English Teachers (JACET) , Not Invited, Main Speaker

  • Peer feedback and automated writing evaluation: Student perspectives found from a semi-structured interview and effects of feedback types on the quality of L2 learners’ revised essays

    HATAKEYAMA Yukako, Domestic, 2022.05, JACET Learner Development SIG Meeting , Online, JACET Learner Development SIG, Not Invited, Main Speaker

  • How does feedback type affect the quality of second language learners’ revised essays?: Comparison of peer feedback and automated writing evaluation

    HATAKEYAMA Yukako, Domestic, 2021.12, 第4回JAAL in JACET(日本応用言語学会)学術交流集会, Online, The Japan Association of College English Teachers (JACET) , Not Invited, Main Speaker

  • Student-facilitated classes: An attempt to enhance student engagement and active learning

    HATAKEYAMA Yukako, Domestic, 2021.10, 日本メディア英語学会 第11回年次大会, Online, 日本メディア英語学会, Not Invited, Main Speaker

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