Emi Yamamoto is skills lecturer at the Leiden University Institute for Area Studies.
Fields of interest
Japanese language education, bilingualism, language and identity, language and immigration, language education for children.
2011-present PhD Graduate School of Japanese Applied Linguistics
2008-2010 MA Research master, Asian Studies/Area Studies, Leiden University
2004-2008 BA School of International Liberal Studies, Waseda University, Tokyo
2011-present Japanese teacher (BA), Leiden University
2009-present Elementary school teacher (supplementary education) Japanese and mathematics, Den Haag-Rotterdam Japanese Saturday School
2009-2011 Japanese teacher for extracurricular courses, Utrecht University
Yamamoto, E. (2011),
Oranda hoshūkō deno kokugo jugyō no jissen: Taiwa no aru kyōsitsu [Report of Japanese language educational practice at a Saturday school in the Netherlands – a classroom with interactions],
Nenshōsha nihongo kyōiku jissen kenkyū vol. 17 [Research on Educational Practice for Children], Tokyo, Waseda University.
Yamamoto, E. (expected 2012), Oranda zaijū no kodomo tachi no Identiti” [Identity of Children living in the Netherlands] in Kawakami, I. (2012), Ido suru kodomo tachi no kotoba to identiti [Language and identity of Children Crossing Borders], Tokyo, Kuroshio Shuppan.
Conversation and proficiency
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