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  TAGUCHI Etsuo   Faculty of Foreign Languages Department of Japanese Language(Graduate School of Foreign Languages Japanese Language and Culture)   Professor
■ Present specialized field
  English studies, Foreign language education 
■ Main Subject
Special Seminar (An Introduction to Applied Linguistics)
■ Activity in society
1. 2008/05~2013/03 "The Modern Language Journal" external reviewer
2. 2009/06~ "Language Learning" external reviewer
3. 2011/02~2013/03 "Writing Systems Research" external reviewer
4. 2013/02~2013/06 "TESOL Quartely" external reviewer
5. 2013/03~ "System" external reviewer
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■ Books and Papers
1. Book Fluency Instruction in Reading in a Second or Foreign Language. In T. Rasinski, C. Blachowicz, & K. Lems, (Eds.), Fluency instruction: Research-based best practices (2nd ed.) (pp. 255-277). New York: Guilford Press.  (Collaboration)  2012/04
2. Paper Scaffolding L2 Readers: How Can We Help Them Develop into Autonomous Lifelong Learners?  (Single)  2017/06
3. Paper Scaffolding in L2 reading: How repetition and an auditory model help readers.  (Collaboration)  2016/04
4. Paper Assisted Reading: A Flexible Approach to L2 Reading Fluency Building.  (Collaboration)  2016/04
5. Paper Repeated Reading for Japanese Language Learners: Effects on Reading Speed, Comprehension, and Comprehension Strategies.  (Collaboration)  2015
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■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2017/05/11 Scaffolding L2 Readers: How Can We Help Them Develop into Autonomous Lifelong Learners? (The Asian Conference on Language Learning 2017)
2. 2015/08/05 Developing a Web-based Reading Program: Possibilities and Problems (The Japan Association for Language Education and Technology)
3. 2015/08/05 Developing a Web-based Reading Program: Possibilities and Problems
■ Department laboratory expense researcher number
  60255974
■ Abroad career
1. 2014/04/01~2015/03/31 Texas Tech University, Texas, USA Visiting Research Scholar
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