Welcome to Mikio Iguchi's page.
I'm an EdD (Doctor of Education: English Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics) student from Japan, researching at the Centre for Applied Linguistics, The University of Warwick.
1. Post-secondary Education
1999 MA with a Merit in Applied Japanese Linguistics, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, U.K.
1998 Bachelor of Arts in Law, Sophia University, Japan.
Iguchi, M. (2011). 'Motivation revisited: When in Britain, do as the Britons do?', in Pattison, T. (ed.). IATEFL 2010 Harrogate Conference Selections. Canterbury: IATEFL.
3. Conference Presentations
Click here to find out more on conference presentations.
4. Teaching ExperienceI am experienced in teaching Japanese as a foreign language. I have taught both intermediate and higher intermediate Japanese at The Language Centre in The University of Warwick.
2009-2010 Japanese intermediate class, The Language Centre, The University of Warwick.
2008-2009 Japanese higher intermediate class, The Language Centre, The University of Warwick.
British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL) UK Student Scholarship 2009
6. Service to The University of Warwick
Member, Staff-Student Liaison Committee (SSLC) (October 2009 - July 2010)
Chair, Staff-Student Liaison Committee (SSLC) (October 2008 - July 2009)
Secretary, Staff-Student Liaison Committee (SSLC) (October 2007 - July 2008)
Deputy chair, webmaster, 13th Warwick Postgraduate Conference in Applied Linguistics & Pre-Conference Workshops (22nd - 23rd June 2010)
Webmaster, 12th Warwick Postgraduate Conference in Applied Linguistics (17th June 2009)
7. CALL (Computer-Assisted Language Learning)
Click below to see "Off to London!" which I made. This is a WebQuest site, which is an internet service to teach English as a second language. If possible, please view it using Internet Explorer.
*Off to London!
http://hwm2.wh.qit.ne.jp/mickey73wwjd/elt/webquest/ (Please note that this is a new URL effective as of 1 September 2010! Hence http://hwm2.gyao.ne.jp/mickey73wwjd/elt/webquest is no longer used.)
8. Research Circle