The Kyoto JALT Review (archives)
The Kyoto JALT Review was an annual journal hosted by www.kyotojalt.org that aimed to publish articles related to language teaching and/or learning. The overarching theme for the articles it contains is a focus on practical research that those in the language teaching industry can truly utilize to improve language learning efficiency. The journal aimed to strike an optimum balance between practicality of results and empirical methodologies with the articles it published. The Kyoto JALT Review relied on anonymous peer review for vetting and proofing, and did not require those who submit articles to be JALT or Kyoto JALT members.
All articles published by The Kyoto JALT Review are available for download through the Internet Archives.
Issue 1, 2013
- Clark, K. (2013). The Role of Motivation and Demotivation in Japanese EFL Learning
- Cook, M. (2013). You Say You Want a Revolution? Changing Japanese University Entrance Examinations
- Dizon, G. (2013). Class Weblog as an Online Community: Collaborative Learning through Blogging
- Rogers, J. (2013). On How to Identify Useful Collocations and the Multi-word Units They Occur In
- Stewart, T. (2013). Japan’s “Super Global” Push for Communicative English
Issue 2, 2014
- Daulton, F. (2014). Boutique words for the culturally savvy: The common Japanese loanwords in American English
- Ohsumi, M. (2014). Motivations for English: Globalization and Job Hunting
- Rogers, J. (2014). On the Potential for Television to Improve Listening Comprehension
Issue 3, 2016