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VOD Registration: Japanese Language Education Seminar with UNSW (JUL 2022)


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Title: Messages from the national interview study: Where to from here?

Presenter: Professor Chihiro Kinoshita Thomson
University of New South Wales, Australia

<Held on July 9, 2022>

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講師:トムソン木下 千尋 (とむそんきのした ちひろ) 博士
ニューサウスウェールズ大学 教授



【Message from the presenter】

Join us in the tenth seminar of our series, which has been running since early 2020. Throughout the series, by way of three surveys, we have explored various aspects of Keishogo, and we believe that the circle of people involved in Keishogo has been expanding. We would like to discuss how we can further expand this circle, as well as what more we can do for the welfare of children. We look forward to your participation.



【Session Language】

This seminar was conducted in Japanese. 



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VOD Registration - Japanese Language Education Seminar with UNSW (July 2022)
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Prof. Chihiro Kinoshita Thomson

Professor UNSW

Chihiro Kinoshita Thomson is an internationally recognised educator and researcher of the Japanese language as well as a mother. She has served as President of the Japanese Studies Association of Australia (2009-2011) and the Chair of the Board of the Global Network of Japanese Language Education (2007–2009 and 2012–2016). Chihiro joined UNSW in 1993 where she teaches Japanese language and supervises postgraduate students in applied linguistics, pedagogy, and second language acquisition. Her research involves Australian learners of Japanese, including those with Japanese heritage, their characteristics, their language acquisition processes, their learning environments, as well as how we can best support their learning. She has received a number of awards including, a Japanese Foreign Minister’s Commendation (2016) and the Society for Teachers of Japanese as a Foreign Language award (2019). Chihiro has been President of Australian Network for Japanese as Community Language since 2020.

トムソン木下 千尋(とむそんきのした ちひろ)博士

ニューサウスウェールズ大学 教授



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