JSLS2006

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JSLS2006

The Eighth Annual International Conference of the Japanese Society of Language Sciences

Program

Co-Sponsored by the Institute for Educational Research and Service (IERS) at the International Christian University

  •  June 10, 2006 (Saturday)
  •  9:00-9:30 Registration
  • 9:30-9:35 Opening Ceremony (Honkan Room 315)
  • 9:35-10:50 Oral Presentations (Sessions 1 & 2)

Session 1 [Japanese & English] L2 Research (Honkan Room 315)

  • Chair: Yasunori Morishima (International Christian University)
  • 9:35-10:00
    • 日本人英語学習者による英語の束縛変項の解釈の習得
      • 大宅忍(静岡県立大学)
  • 10:00-10:25
    • 日本人英語学習者のライティングにおける産出単位の分析
      • 村尾玲美(名古屋大学)、松野和子(名古屋大学)、森田 光宏(山形大学)、阪上辰也(名古屋大学)、大名力(名古大学)& 杉浦正利(名古屋大学)
  • 10:25-10:50
    • Acquisition of Spanish clitic se by 3rd-year learners in a study-abroad context
      • Chiyo Nishida (University of Texas at Austin)

Session 2 [English] Discourse & Pragmatics Research (Honkan Room 367)

  • Chair: Yuko Butler (University of Pennsylvania)
  • 9:35-10:00
    • Visual meaning in multimodal communication: Campaigning discourse of the Olympics 2008
      • Vincent Taohsun Chang (National Chengchi University)
  • 10:00-10:25
    • A CA analysis of NS-NNS interactions in Japanese: Identities as interactional resources
      • Asuka Suzuki (University of Hawaii at Manoa)
  • 10:25-10:50
    • Performance of queens: From onee-kyara to onee-kotoba and what’s in between
      • Claire Maree (Tsuda College)

11:00-12:30 Plenary 1: [ENG] (D-Kan Auditorium, Diffendorfer Memorial Hall)

  • Florian Coulmas (Duisburg University)
  • Chair: Susanne Miyata (Aichi Shukutoku University)
  • The Future of Writing

12:30-13:30 Lunch/ JSLS Board Meeting

  • 13:30-14:45 Oral Presentations (Sessions 3 & 4)

Session 3 [English] Cross-Linguistic Research (Honkan Room 315)

  • Chair: Yasuhiro Shirai (Cornell University)
  • 13:30-13:55
    • Comparing unsupervised syntax acquisition algorithms in twelve typologically-different languages
    • Franklin Chang (NTT Communication Sciences Laboratories), Elena Lieven (Max Planck Institute/ University of Manchester) & Michael Tomasello (Max Planck Institute)
  • 13:55-14:20
    • A developmental and cross-linguistic comparison of spatial language acquisition: Japanese, English, and Korean
    • Akiko Fuse & Laraine McDonough (Brooklyn College, The City University of New York)
  • 14:20-14:45
    • Object and action picture naming in five languages: Implications for methodological issues in cross-linguistic picture naming tasks
    • Gisela Jia (Lehman College, City University of New York), Akiko Fuse (Brooklyn College, City University of New York), Jennifer Chen (New York University), HyeYoung Kim (Lehman College, City University of New York) & Francia Aquino-Garcia (Lehman College, City University of New York)

Session 4 [English] English Language Teaching (Honkan Room 367)

  • Chair: Eiko Kato (Osaka Jogakuin University)
  • 13:30-13:55
    • The impact of metadiscourse markers consciousness-raising on EFLers’ writing skill
      • Kourosh Lachini (University of Qatar)
  • -3:55-14:20
    • Enacting Western ELT Pedagogies in the Hong Kong Classroom
      • Alice Chow & Mee Ling Lai (Hong Kong Institute of Education)
  • 14:20-14:45
    • The effect of recreational reading in a foreign language among elementary school students
    • Yuko Butler (University of Pennsylvania) & Eiichi Okazawa (Kaichi Gakuen Elementary School)
  • 14:45-15:00 Break
  • 15:00-16:15 Oral Presentations (Sessions 5 & 6)
  • Session 5 [Japanese] Japanese as a Foreign Language (Honkan Room 315)

  • Chair: Masahiko Minami (San Francisco State University)
  • 15:00-15:25
    • 二言語混在文の単語認知処理における干渉効果:中国語を母語と る日本語学習者の場合
    • 小森和子(東京大学)、玉岡賀津雄(広島大学)&近藤安 子(東京大学)
  • 15:25-15:50
  • 第二言語学習者のナラティブにおける関係節の使用
    • 菅野和江(University of Hawaii at Manoa)
  • -15:50-16:15
    • L2日本語学習者の語彙習得—知識の広さと深さの観点から—
      • 松本順子(神田外語大学)、堀場裕紀江(神田外語大学)、鈴木秀明(神田外語大学)& 小林ひとみ(ヒューマンアカ デミー)

Session 6 [English] L1 Acquisition (Honkan Room 367)

  • Chair: Kazumi Matsuoka (Keio University)
  • 15:00-15:25
    • Case markers “ga” vs. “o” in early child Japanese
      • Makiko Hirakawa (Tokyo International University), Yuriko Oshima-Takane (McGill Univeristy), Keiko Ito (Ibaragi Christian University)
  • 15:25-15:50
    • Early spontaneous use of sentence embedding in Japanese
      • Hiromi Morikawa (University of Kansas)
  • 15:50-16:15
    • Creating storylines: A developmental study on Japanese children’s narratives
      • Chigusa Kurumada & Seiko Fujii (University of Tokyo)
  • 16:25-17:55 Plenary 2 [ENG] (D-Kan Auditorium, Diffendorfer Memorial Hall)

  • -Fred Genesee (McGill University)
  • Chair: Yuriko Oshima-Takane (McGill University)
  • Bilingual first language acquisition: Exploring the limits of the language faculty
  • 18:00-20:00 Reception (at Alumni House)

June 11 (Sunday)

  • 9:00-9:30 Registration
  • 9:30-10:45 Oral Presentations (Sessions 7 & 8)

  • Session 7 [English] L2 Acquisition & Bilingualism (Honkan Room 315)

  • Chair: Yuriko Kite (Kansai University)
  • 9:30-9:55
    • Pragmatic differentiation of a Japanese-German bilingual child in Australia
      • Yukari Nibun (University of Melbourne)
  • 9:55-10:20
    • Positions of other-correction of language form within repair sequences
      • -Eric Hauser (University of Electro-Communications)
  • 10:20-10:45
    • A competition-model based analysis of Chinese learners’ acquisition of Japanese modal markers ‘bekida’ and ‘hazuda’
      • Mizuho Tamaji (Takamatsu University) & Kaoru Horie (Tohoku University)

Session 8 [English] Syntax & Typology (Honkan Room 367)

  • Chair: Hiromi Morikawa (University of Kansas)
  • 9:30-9:55
    • A functional typology of noun modifying constructions in Japanese and Chinese: A corpus-based account
      • Luming Wang (Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences/Tohoku University), Kaoru Horie (Tohoku University) & Pardeshi Prashant (Kobe University)
  • 9:55-10:20
    • Lexical and syntactic sources of individuation: Evidence from quantity judgment in Japanese and English
      • Shunji Inagaki (Osaka Prefecture University) & David Barner (Harvard University)
  • 10:20-10:45
    • Artificial intelligence and language acquisition—An example of a new approach—Solution to the ‘WUG’-Test interpreted within the artificial mind system context
      • Tetsuya Hoya (BSI-RIKEN) & Noriko Akiho-Toyoda (Meikai University)
  • -10:45-11:00 Break

11:00-12:30 Poster Presentations (Honkan Room 352)

  • 学習者の話技能に対する学習者と教師の評価 [Alternate]
    • 萩原章子(University of Iowa)[JPN]
  • Telicity and agentivity: Motion events and the te iru construction in Japanese [Alternate]
    • Yuko Koike (University of Arizona) [ENG]
  • 複合名詞のアクセント
    • 稲葉生一郎(San Jose State University) [JPN]
  • 属性名詞述語文の分析
    • 平川八尋(東京工業大学) [JPN]
  • Associative plurals and the ‘us linguists’ structure in Japanese
    • Rumiko Sode (SUNY Binghamton) [ENG]
  • The pattern of color vocabulary acquisition of Japanese children
    • Yukiko Goto (Ohio University) [ENG]
  • 英語獲得児における名詞の優位性は模倣の影響か:CHILDESを用いた検証
    • 橋本智也(大阪市立大学)[JPN]
  • Playの目的語として楽器が使われる場合の語形—定冠詞、不定冠詞、無冠詞、複数形
    • 森永弘司(同志社大学) [JPN]
  • Communication Strategies of Young Japanese Returnees in the Process of Language Attrition
    • Michi Tomoda (University of Tokyo) [ENG]
  • Spelling development of diglossic Malay-speaking children
    • Susan J. Rickard Liow & Sajlia Bte Jalil (National University of Singapore) [ENG]
  • Vocabulary development in bilingual infants in Singapore
    • Tan Seok Hui (National University of Singapore)
  • 2歳前のマルチリンガル児が各言語を使い分ける事とその周辺の問題
    • 佐藤賢子(日本大学)[JPN]
  • -日英バイリンガル児童の語りにおけるトピック管理
    • 梶原真樹子(信州大学)& 南雅彦(San Francisco State University) [JPN]
  • An analysis of narrative communication strategies used by foreign language learners
    • Masahiko Minami & Shiho Kanazawa [ENG]
  • How native-like are early child L2 learners, really?
    • Tomomi Hasegawa (University of Hawaii at Manoa/ Tokyo International University)
  • 第1言語習得のための英語プログラムにおける文字指導の在り方—日本の小学校英語カリキュラム開発への応用に関する一考察—
    • 伊東弥香(立教大学)& 金澤延美(駒沢女子短期大学) [JPN]
  • 短期海外研修プログラムを評価するー英語力の向上を中心にー
    • 澤崎宏一(静岡県立大学)、吉村紀子(静岡県立大学)、中山峰 治(The Ohio State University)& 寺尾康 (静岡県立大学) [JPN]
  • Use of literal translation in L2 speech production by Japanese learners of English
    • Kazuyuki Shite (Kanagawa University) [ENG]
  • Why do university students have to read picture books in the beginning?
    • Akio Yamamoto (Gakushuin Boys’ Senior High School/ Gakushuin University) [ENG]
  • English education for the Deaf
    • Mari Kakuta (International Christian University) [ENG]
  • English in education in post-colonial Bangladesh
    • Tania Hossain (International Christian University) [ENG]
  • Teaching writing to Iranian EFL learners through improving thinking skills
    • Mojgan Rashtchi (Islamic Azad University) [ENG]
  • IELTS washback in Iran
    • Arshya Keyvanfar (Islamic Azad University) [ENG]
  • -12:30-13:30 Lunch
  • 13:30-14:00 JSLS General Meeting (Honkan Room 315)

14:00-15:00 Oral Presentations (Sessions 9 & 10)

Session 9 [English] Phonology (Honkan Room 315)

  • Chair: Haruka Fukazawa (Keio University)
  • 14:00-14:25
    • Orthographic interference in Japanese on-line adaptation of English final consonants
      • Emiko Kaneko (University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee)
  • 14:25-14:50
    • Another look at phonological gestures
      • Yukio Takahashi (Morioka College)

Session 10 [Japanese] Pragmatics & Discourse (Honkan Room 367)

  • Chair: Hirohide Mori (Nihon University)
  • 14:00-14:25
    • 語りの談話における「話段」とその認定基準について
      • 渡辺文生(山形大学)
  • 14:25-14:50
    • 終助詞としての「し」の機能
      • 榊原芳美(Michigan State University)
  • 15:00-16:30 Plenary 3 [JPN] (D-Kan Auditorium, Diffendorfer Memorial Hall)

  • 窪薗 晴夫 (神戸大学)
  • Chair: Yukio Otsu (Keio University)
  • 日本語のレキシコンとアクセント
  • Accent and the Lexicon in Japanese
  • 16:40-18:10 招待シンポジウム Invited Symposium [JPN] (D-Kan Auditorium, Diffendorfer Memorial Hall)

  • 言語の起源と進化について
  • The Origin and Evolution of Language
  • Speakers: Koji Fujita (Kyoto University)
  • Mariko Hasegawa (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies)
18:10-18:15 Closing Ceremony (D-Kan Auditorium)