What Makes a Good Communicator
Discuss the results of a pilot study. Analysis of communication strategies of learners of Japanese.
||Communicative Competence Approach, Discourse Rules, Types of Discourse
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 1, pp.67-72.
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I have been teaching Japanese at Swinburne University of Technology for approximately 15 years. I have taught all levels from level one of the beginners' stream to level three of the advanced stream. I also lecture in Mandarin Chinese for Native Speakers of Cantonese for undergraduate students and am responsible for the Chinese Language component offered within the Master of International Business Degree. I research in both Applied Linguistics and Education. I am currently involved in studies in a Linguistics area, directed at identification and analysis of lexical neologisms in Japanese and Mandarin Chinese languages with particular attention to new lexicon in the business domain. Over the years, I have presented a number of papers at international conferences. I work at keeping up to date and implementing the latest teaching methods for foreign language education. I have recently been working on putting the subjects I convene on the web.
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