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英語英米文学科
Department of English
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准教授・フリックマン,ジェフリー・C_教員データ

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教員データ

氏名・職位 フリックマン,ジェフリー C.(Jeffrey C. Fryckman) 准教授
文学部開講科目英語総合演習1
英語総合演習2
Advanced Oral Communication 1
Advanced Oral Communication 2
Japan & the World 1
Japan & the World 2
ゼミナール1・2・3・4
卒業研究
大学院開講科目
略歴テンプル大学ジャパン大学院博士課程中退 修士 [カリフォルニア大学デーヴィス・バークレー]
専門分野英米・英語圏文学(英語・英米文学)
研究キーワードオーラル・コミュニケーション
所属学会JALT/全国語学教育学会 TESOL(英語教授法)

主要業績

単行本(単著)
New Sony Dialogs 100--ソニーランゲージーラボラトリー-- 1994年01月
New Sony Dialogs 100--ソニーランゲージーラボラトリー-- 1993年03月
New Sony Dialogs 100--ソニーランゲージーラボラトリー-- 1993年03月
It's My Turn--ソニーランゲージーラボラトリー-- 1992年04月
Sony Original Activities--ソニーランゲージーラボラトリー-- 1990年04月
単行本(共著・編著・論文集・事典・翻訳など)
Open Door to Oral Communication Book --文英堂-- 2005年01月
Surfing English Course Book --文英堂-- 2005年01月
Open Door to Oral Communication, Teachers Manual, Book --文英堂-- 2005年01月
旅の会話集16 ビジネス出張英会話(全ての英作部分)--ダイヤモンド・ビッグ社-- 1996年12月
旅の会話集9 留学&ホームステイ(全ての英作部分)--ダイヤモンド・ビッグ社-- 1994年01月
論文(雑誌・紀要・研究成果報告書など)
Integrating Advanced Presentation Techniques into Students' Graduation Research Projects--専修大学LL研究室 発表論集(第6号)-- 2004年01月
What Art Thou English--Working Papers in Applied Linguistics, TEMPLE大学ジャパン-- 2000年07月
Where Is There--人間と社会 東京農工大学-- 1905年06月
15 vs 50--Between the Keys,   JALT Materials Writers SIG-- 1905年06月
その他(学会発表・講演・座談会・インタビュー・書評・エッセイなど)
Integrating Advanced Presentation Techniques into Students' Graduation Research Projects--専修大学LL研究室 ワークショップ2004年12月
A Multifunctional Classroom Management Tool--JALT20032003年11月
The ABCs of CBS: techniques for using news videos in the classroom.--JALT1991年11月
The ABCs of CBS: techniques for using news videos in the classroom.--Tokyo Book Fair1991年10月
The ABCs of CBS: techniques for using news videos in the classroom.--JALT1989年11月

ゼミ紹介

The main goal of this seminar is to expand on and improve students' communication skills so that they may use English in a future career or in other pursuits, such as attending graduate school overseas.  To achieve this goal, the seminar consists of two major components.  One focuses on academic and communication competence through the study of presentation and research skills.  The other is to study American culture and society in depth.  The first is done in order to improve students' language proficiency, both productive and receptive, and to raise students' academic and research capabilities so as to be able to conduct the required seminar graduation research project in English.  The second is done to familiarize students more with the largest and most influential English-speaking country in the world, and one which has had a great impact on the English language.  However, the topical matter covered in such a study of the U.S. is also used as a way to further study English vocabulary and expressions, in context, across a broad range of themes, such as politics, government, race relations, education, family, business, sports and leisure, etc.  Doing so will further enhance students' English language competency.  In addition, through active in-class examination of these topics, students will also improve their discussion, analysis, debate, and critical thinking skills.  In conjunction with working towards achieving the above goals, seminar members are encouraged to study abroad, and the seminar's contents and schedule are designed and arranged to allow for students to do so without disturbing the regular course of study at school or other commitments such as job hunting.  Needless to say, seminar classes will be conducted in English, all materials are in English, and all work by seminar participants will be done in English.

 

メッセージ

 I was born and raised in northern California near San Francisco. My hometown is Napa, in the Napa Valley. Perhaps you have heard of it, as it is a world-famous wine making region.

 Later, my family moved to a small seaside town called Half Moon Bay. It is a lot like Kamamura, and I enjoyed living near the beautiful Pacific Ocean.

 Both my parents were teachers and my father became a college president, so I have always wanted to be a teacher or work in education.

 In university, I studied history and English literature, and in graduate school I took a special teacher training course to become a history teacher.

 Shortly after graduation, I was offered a job teaching English for Sony Corporation. Because of my studies in history, I had always wanted to live and work in another country, so I moved to Japan.

 I enjoyed my life and work so much that I decided to become an English teacher permanently, and so, I entered graduate school again and got a master's degree in teaching English as a second language.

 I now enjoy my career as an English teacher very much, sharing my language and culture with eager and talented students. In addition, I am very interested in designing effective classroom materials and researching better ways to teach English as a second language, as well as investigating the role of video in language teaching.

【Education】 •BA University of California, Berkeley
 Major: History - America, American Civil War, Europe
 Minor: English Literature - 19th Century American, 20th Century British
•MA University of California, Davis
 Major: History - Colonial America, 20th Century Europe, Industrialization
•MA Temple University, Japan
 Major: TESL/TEFL/Curriculum Design - SLA pedagogy, classroom management, materials design
 

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