系所成員:中澤一亮 專任教師簡介

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中澤一亮
副教授
人社院英語學士學位學程主任

連絡電話
03-463-8800 # 2737

E-mail
nakazawa@saturn.yzu.edu.tw

學、經歷
美國普渡大學語言學博士

研究專長
外語教授、第二外語寫作、第二外語習得、電腦輔助語言學習

授課領域
應用語言學



EDUCATION
Ph.D. (August in 2006) Linguistics, College of Liberal Arts, Purdue University,West Lafayette, IN Dissertation : “Efficacy and Effects of Various Types of Teacher Feedback on Student Writing in Japanese”
M.S. (May in 2003)Foreign Language Education in Curriculum and Instruction, School of Education, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN Thesis: “A Study of the Typing Process in Japanese by College Students of Japanese”
B.A. (March in 1998) English (major) / Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language(minor), Dokkyo University, Saitama-prefecture, Japan

 

PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE
Director 02 / 2017 ~ PresentYuan Ze University, International Program in College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Responsibilities :
Setting a departmental goal and designing a curriculum for a new international program in which most courses are instructed in English. Advising undergraduate students.
Associate Professor 03 / 2016 ~ PresentYuan Ze University, the Department of Foreign Languages and Applied Linguistics
Assistant Professor 08 / 2007 ~ Present

Yuan Ze University, the Department of Foreign Languages and Applied Linguistics
Responsibilities :
Coordinated undergraduate courses including “Elementary Japanese Conversation”, “Intermediate Japanese Reading & Writing”, “Introduction to Second Language Acquisition”,“Japanese Language Pedagogy”, “English Teaching Material Development”, and graduate courses including “Second Language Acquisition”, “Introduction to Applied Linguistics”, “Research Method I”, “Foreign Language Teaching Theories and Methods”, and Advising undergraduate and graduate students,

Instructor 02 ~ 03 in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2012On-Line Computer Literacy Course (Intermediate level) for Japanese Teachers offered by Nihongo Kyooiku Gakkai (the Society of Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language)
Responsibilities :
Coordinated the course development, Designed teaching materials and the course homepage,
IT Literacy Instructor Summer in 2007, 2008, 2010, and 2011

Middlebury College Japanese School intensive summer program Taught a graduate level IT Literacy for Teachers of Japanese
Responsibilities :
Coordinated the course development, testing development, Designed teaching materials, and Involved with the development of extracurricular activities offered by the program,

Visiting Assistant Professor 08 / 2006 ~ 07 / 2007Yuan Ze University, the Department of Foreign Languages and Applied Linguistics
Responsibilities :
Coordinated undergraduate courses including “Introduction to Second Language Acquisition”, “Elementary Japanese Conversation”, “Intermediate Japanese Reading and Writing”, and“English Teaching Methodologies”, and a graduate course“Teaching Methodology and Material Development”, Substituted“Elementary English Conversation” and “English Conversation for Adult Learners”, Advising undergraduate and graduate students,
Assistant 01 ~ 03 in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007On-Line Computer Literacy Course for Japanese Teachers instructed by Prof. Hatasa and offered by Nihongo Kyooiku Gakkai (the Society of Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language)
Responsibilities :
Involved with the course development, responding to the students’questions, providing additional instruction, and evaluating assignments.
Japanese Instructor Summer, 2005Middlebury College Japanese School 2005 summer program Taught 2nd Level (Novice-High level) Japanese

 

ACADEMIC TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Teaching Assistant
01 / 2005 ~ 05 / 2005
08 / 2004 ~ 12 / 2004
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 2004 - 2005
Taught 102 (Novice-Low level) Japanese
Coordinated and Taught 402 (Advanced level) Japanese
Taught 201 (Novice-High level) Japanese
Responsibilities
Involved with course and testing development,
Designed teaching materials,
Coordinated an advanced level Japanese course,
Designed tests and teaching materials,
Teaching Assistant
01 / 2004 ~ 05 / 2004
08 / 2003 ~ 12 / 2003
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 2003 - 2004
Taught 202 (Novice-High level) Japanese
Coordinated and Taught 401 (Advanced level) Japanese
Responsibilities
Coordinated an advanced level Japanese course,
Designed course, tests, and teaching materials,
Involved with course and testing development for 202,
Designed teaching materials for 202,
Teaching Assistant
08 / 2002 ~ 12 / 2002
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 2002 – 2003
Coordinated and Taught 201 (Novice-High Level) Japanese
Responsibilities
Coordinated an intermediate level Japanese course,
Designed course, test, and teaching material,
Teaching Assistant
01 / 2002 ~ 05 / 2002
08 / 2001 ~ 12 / 2001
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 2001 – 2002
Taught 202 (Novice-High level) Japanese
Taught 201 (Novice-High level) Japanese
Responsibilities
Involved with course development and testing development,
Designed teaching materials,
Substituted for other TAs occasionally,
Teaching Assistant
01 / 2001 ~ 05 / 2001
08 / 2000 ~ 12 / 2000
Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, 2000 – 2001
Taught 102 (Novice-Low level) Japanese
Taught 101 (Novice-Low level) Japanese
Responsibilities
Involved with course development and testing development,
Designed teaching materials,
Substituted for other TAs occasionally,
Japanese Language Exchange (JALEX)
Program Teaching Assistant
07 / 1998 ~ 06 / 2000

Monroe Junior High and Senior High School, Monroe, WA
Coordinated and Taught Level I, II, III, and IV (Novice -Intermediate level) Japanese, and Assisted ESL class
Responsibilities
Coordinated curriculum and syllabus,
Designed assignments, testing materials, and teaching materials,
Conducted the after-school survival Japanese class,
Advising Japan Club,
Team-teaching ESL with a native speaker of English,

Japanese Instructor
10 / 1996 ~ 01 / 1998
10 / 1996 ~ 03 / 1997
Nerima Japanese Club, Nerima-ku, Tokyo
International Friendship Association, Nerima-ku, Tokyo
Taught Level I & IV (Novice and Advanced level) Japanese
Taught Level I (Novice level) Japanese to Chinese infants
Responsibilities
Designed assignments and teaching materials,
Taught mathematics and science in Japanese,

 

PUBLICATIONS
  • Kazuaki Nakazawa (2017). Investigation of Influences of IT Literacy Training for Preservice Japanese Teachers.「日本語教師 なる意思がある大学生に対するIT リテラシーとリーニングの効果の調査」 Journal of Japanese Literature and Language in Taiwan (台湾日本語文學報) 36, pp.327-353 ISSN1727-2262
  • Shu-chang Lin, Tsui-Hua Wu, Kazuaki Nakazawa, Shu Wang, Hitoshi Katsukura (2016). Ch.11 Managing a Cross-cultural Communication Strategy class – Enhancing students’ multi-cultural perspectives. (第十一章「異文化コミュニケーション・スラテジー」授業の運営について− 評価を通しての多角的な視点の育成− 梁蘊嫻(編)『東アジアにおけるトランスナショナルな文化の伝播・交流』245− 267頁) National Taiwan University Press ISBN 978-986-350-176-3
  • Kazuaki Nakazawa and Kazumi Hatasa (June, 2015). Understand IT Literacy for Teachers of Japanese in 7 days: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Picture/Movie Editing. (『7日でわかる・日本語教師のためのIT 講座-Word・Excel・PowerPoint から画像・動画編集まで』) Kuroshio Shuppan: Tokyo. ISBN: 9784874246573 Kazuaki Nakazawa (2014). Exploring IT Literacy of In-service Japanese Teachers.「現役日本語教師のIT リテラシー調査」 Journal of Japanese Literature and Language in Taiwan (台湾日本語文學報) 36, pp.327-353 ISSN1727-2262 Kazuaki Nakazawa (2013).
  • Social Network Sites to Practice Writing and Reading in Japanese: A Case of Facebook.「ソーシャルネットワーキングサイトを活用した作文読解練習:Facebook を例に」Journal of Japanese Literature and Language in Taiwan (台湾日本語文學報) 34, pp.329-354 ISSN1727-2262
    Kazuaki Nakazawa (July, 2012). An exploration of a new method to practice writing in Japanese: Qualitative and quantitative analyses of blog posts (新しい日本語作文練習方法を探る:日本語学習者が書いたブログの質/量的分析). 2011 文藻外語學院日本語文系國際學術研討會-高等教育環境變化下之日語教育論文集. 87-106, Department of Japanese, Wenzao Ursuline College of Languages. ISBN978-986-6585-32-6
  • Kazuaki Nakazawa (2011). Utilization of the blog to practice writing in Japanese - Analyses of blog posts from quantity, syntactic complexity, and accuracy-(日本語作文練習のためのブログ活用:量・統語的複雑さ・正確さからの分析). Taiwan Japanese Education 17 (141-170). ISSN 1993-7423 THCI
  • Shinji Sato, Miyuki Fukai, and Kazuaki Nakazawa (2011). Ch.5 Learning activity integrating the concept of culture: Report on the use of blog. (5章 文化概念を取り込んだ活動:ブログプロジェクト実践概要) In S. Sato, & Y. Kumagai (Eds.), Training students as a citizen functioning in a society (『社会に参加していく市民を育成する』). 75-103, Tokyo, Hitsuji Shobo. ISBN: 978-4-89476-538-2
  • Shinji Sato, Miyuki Fukai, and Kazuaki Nakazawa (2011). Ch.8 Suggestions for the project utilizing blog. (8章 ブログプロジェクト:今後への提案) In S. Sato, & Y. Kumagai (Eds.), Training students as a citizen functioning in a society (『社会に参加していく市民を育成する』).163-174, Tokyo, Hitsuji Shobo. ISBN: 978-4-89476-538-2
  • Kazuaki Nakazawa and Noriko Iwasaki (2011). Ch.10 Teaching that advances learner autonomy: Analyses of the use of podcast. (10章 学習者の自律性を高める授業:ポッドキャスト利用の分析) In S. Sato, & Y. Kumagai (Eds.), Training students as a citizen functioning in a society (『社会に参加していく市民を育成する』). 209-242, Tokyo, Hitsuji Shobo. ISBN: 978-4-89476-538-2

 

CONFERENCE
  • Kazuaki Nakazawa and Kazumi Hatasa (2008, July 11th-13th). Nihongo kyooshi no tameno on-line IT kooza ~katsuyoo hen~ no jissen hookoku to kongo ni mukete. Working prototype presented at 2008 International Conference on Japanese Language Education, Pusan, Korea.Kazuaki Nakazawa (2017, August 4th-6th) Investigation of gaps between preservice Japanese teachers' self-efficacy and their actual levels of ICT literacy. (「日本語教師を目指す大学生のICT リテラシーの自己認識レベルと実際のレベルの差異」) the 7th International Conference on Computer Assisted Systems For Teaching & Learning Japanese (CASTEL/J), Tokyo, Japan.
  • Kazuaki Nakazawa (2016, March 31st) Investigation of pre- and in-service Japanese teachers’ self-efficacy of IT literacy. (「現役日本語教師と教師を目指す大学院生のIT リテラシー認識調査」)2016 AAATJ Annual Spring Conference, Seattle, U.S.A.
  • Kazuaki Nakazawa (2016, March 11th) Comparison of pre- and in-service Japanese teachers’ self-efficacy of IT literacy. (「台湾現役日本語教師と教師を目指す大学院生のIT リテラシー認識比較」)銘傳大學2016 國際學術研討會應用日語教育展望未來的創新策略。
  • Kazuaki Nakazawa (2015, November 28th) Application of Facebook to Japanese Language Education: Analysis of Negotiation of Meaning Seen on Facebook. (「意味交渉から分析するFacebook の日本語学習への応用可能性」)2015 International Symposium of Japanese Language Education, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • Kazuaki Nakazawa (2014, November 29th) IT Literacy that is necessary for Teachers of Japanese. 2014 International Symposium of Japanese Language Education, Taipei, Taiwan.

 

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