2014年度 卒業論文(7期生)
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2013年度 卒業論文(6期生)
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2012年度 卒業論文(5期生)
Morikuri, N. What Is Effective Teachers’ Approach to Make Their Students Have Identified Regulation.
Iyota, S. To Investigate Understanding Irony of L2 Learners within Target Word Sentences.
Takenoya, M. Proposing an Effective Pronunciation Practice for EFL Learners with Japanese Accented English: Utilizing the International Phonetic Alphabet.
Oishi, Y. Do L2 Learners Gain Productive Vocabulary Knowledge through Different Types of Writing Activities?
Takahashi, R. The Relationship between International Understanding with Native Speaker Fallacy and with Strategic Communicative Competence of Japanese English Learners.
Inoue, S. Do Japanese EFL Learners Miss the Same Parts in the English Reproduction and the Japanese Translation in Shadowing Activities?
Okuzawa, S. The Effects of Group Presentation on High School Students: What Type of Motivation Is Enhanced by the Activity?


2011年度 卒業論文(4期生)
Fujii, A. A Survey of Teaching the Alphabet in Foreign Language Activities at Elementary School in Japan: Is It Effective to Introduce the Phonics Method?
Inoue, S. The Efficacy of Facebook for Demotivated Japanese EFL Learners.
Ito, K. Proposing Effective Speaking Training for Japanese English Learners with Low Self-esteem.
Kadoi, Y. Investigating Anxieties in L2 Reading: A Comparison between Negative Anxiety and Stimulating Anxiety.
Kamiguchi, K. Investigating the Relationship between Personality Types and L2 Strategies.
Kawamata, Y. Investigating the Effectiveness of the Keyword Method and the Picture Method for Japanese EFL Learners’ Vocabulary Learning.
Miyata, A. The Effect of Extensive Listening Training on Japanese EFL Learners’ Listening Abilities: Utilizing the Internet Listening Materials.
Mori, M. Which Construct of Speaking Ability Determines a “Good L2 Speaker”?
Sasaki, A. The Effects of Speech Rate and Sentence Length on L2 Listeners’ Phoneme Perception Processes: Analyzing the Reproduced Words.
Yusa, K. The Importance of Teaching Western Loanwords to English Learners: Analyzing Junior High School Textbooks in Japan.

2010年度 卒業論文(3期生)
Higuchi, K. A Survey of Japan, Japanese People and Japanese-Accented English.
Hirose, S. Investigation of Correlation among the Reading Low-order Processes, the Capacity of Working Memory and Reading Comprehension.
Kajiwara, A. Does Reading Aloud Activity Increase Learners’ English Reading Speed?: Investigating the Efficacy of Reading Aloud Activity in English Learning.
Kanesaka, N. Proposing the English Materials for Elementary School Teachers: Collections of Classroom English.
Nozu, T. Why Do People Study More Languages?: Investigating the Reasons Why University Students Learn Their Third Language.
Okoshi, T. Is There a Difference of Japanese EFL Learners’ Psychological Needs between Autonomy and Mutual Dependency?
Sagano, M. A Survey of the Intensive Training Course (ITCs) and a Proposal for DITC.
Saito, K. The Relationship between Attitude toward Japanese Dialects and Attitude toward English Variation.
Sakurai, R. A Study of the Discrimination of English Voiceless Stops by Chinese Dialect Speakers: The Relationship between Learners’ L1 Dialect and L2 Acquisition.
Tsuge, K. An Analysis of English Essays Written by Japanese University Students after Giving Peer Feedback.

2009年度 卒業論文(2期生)
Kobayashi, K. A Comparative Study of Usage of English Preposition For between Native Speakers and Japanese EFL Learners.
Sofuku, M. How Do Returnees Receive Japanese EFL Learners’ Stereotypes?: A Quantitative Investigation.
Nagasawa, T. Compiling a New Type of Learning Material of English Affixes for Japanese EFL Learners.
Sato, M. Is It Effective for EFL Learners to Listen to English Songs?: Investigating How Attributes of Songs Influence Learners’ Listening Skills.
Kumagai, G. The Acquisition of English Word Stress with Suffixes: A Case of Japanese EFL Learners.
Ikeda, T. The Relationship between Self-Esteem and English Learning Strategies of Japanese University Students: In Reference to Psychological Perspective.
Kazami, C. A Survey of Teachers’ Attitudes toward English Use in Classes.
Hirakawa, H. The Differences of Verbal Errors between L2 Spoken and Written Productions.
Akaishi, A. Do Starting Age and the Initial Learning Method Have a Long-Term Effect on L2 Learning Style?
Adachi, S. Is It Possible to Predict L2 Learners’ Speaking Fluency by Their Working Memory Capacity?
Komatsu, A. Exploring the Possibilities of Utilizing Loan Words: Do They Contribute to Japanese Students’ Recognition of English Words?
Kojima, S. The Effects of an Oral Composition Training: Does It Improve Speaking Fluency of Intermediate and Advanced Japanese EFL Learners?
Yasuda, K. A Corpus-Based Analysis of Japanese EFL Learners’ Use of Pseudo Auxiliaries.
Matsumary, A. A Corpus-Based Analysis of English Textbooks Used at Elementary Schools: Reconsidering Words Presented to Pupils.

2008年度 卒業論文(1期生)
Yamaguchi, S. Anxiety in English Class in Japan: Do Extraversion and Motivation Relate to Speaking Anxiety?
Takamura, Y. What Types of English Activities Are More Effective at Elementary School?: In Terms of Learners’ Motivation.
Hirai, K. Which Patterns of English To-infinitives Are More Effective for Japanese Junior High School Students?
Katsuta, A. Do L2 Learners’ Listening Skills Improve by Rapid-Listening Training?
Kurihara, T. Why Are There Successful Learners and Underachievers?: Japanese Junior High School Students’ English Language Aptitude and Motivation.
Kawamura, M. Efficacy of Early English Education in Japanese EFL Learners’ Speaking Abilities.
Nishimura, K. Exploring the Minimum Vocabulary Size for Sufficient Passive Communication.
Shishinai, S. Efficacy of L2 Vocabulary Instruction Utilizing the Core-image/meaning of Words.
Nakajima, K. Relationship between Japanese EFL Learners’ L1 and L2 Vocabulary Sizes.
Sano, K. Sex Differences and Preference in English Learning Styles: Grammar-based Study vs. Communication-based Study.