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Kazue Masuyama Ph.D.

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last updated: 1/20/2014

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Contact Information

Title:

Professor

Office
Hours:

Spring 2014
Tues/Thurs (9-10am), Wed (1-2pm)
Or by appointment

E-mail:

kmasuyama@csus.edu
(日本語でも大丈夫です)

Office
Phone:

MRP 2061 (916) 278 - 5667
Email is the best way to reach me. Students - please use SacCT mail.

Department Phone & Fax:

(916) 278 - 6333   
(916) 278 - 5502

Mailing
Address:

Department of Foreign Languages
California State University, Sacramento
6000 J Street
Sacramento, CA 95819-6087

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Courses ::

 

Spring 2014

We will offer JAPN1B, JAPN2B, JAPN116B, JAPN150, JAPN194, JAPN195, JAPN199

Go to Department Page: http://www.csus.edu/fl/japanese/course-offering.html

 

 

 

Other Important Links

Japanese Language Program at CSUS

Japan Club (J-club web page)

Japanese Tutorial Hours and Event

Online Resource for CSUS students

Japan Travel Adventure (Past event)

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Background ::

EDUCATION

ACADEMIC POSITIONS (Japanese language teaching & research)

  • Currently, Professor, California State University at Sacramento
    • Associate Professor (Fall 2008 ~ Spring 2013)
    • Assistant Professor (Fall 2003 ~Spring 2008)
    • Instructor (Spring 2002 - Spring 2003)

  • Other responsibilities
  • Fall 1999 - Fall, 2000
    Assistant director, Mary Tsukamoto California Japanese Language Academy, Elk Grove, California-Japanese language teacher credentialing program
  • Fall 1993 - Spring 1999
    Coordinator& Instructor, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York
  • September 1992 - June 1993
    Instructor, University of California at Davis, Davis, California
  • September 1990 - August 1992 & Summer 1993
    Instructor, TA, & research assistant, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon
  • Summer 1999, 2001, 2002, 2004
    Instructor, Summer Japanese Language Program, International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan


AWARDS

  • 2010 Outstanding Advisor Awards Runner-Up by Student Organizations & Leadership, Sacramento State

  • 2006 NCJLT Teacher Award for the College Level. The National Council of Japanese Language Teacher (NCJLT) is an organization dedicated to the promotion and development of Japanese language teaching at all educational levels across the United States.
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  • 2005 FLAGS Outstanding Teacher 2005. Foreign Language Association of Greater Sacramento (FLAGS) is an affiliate of the California Language Teachers' Association, a non-profit, multi-language professional membership organization. Members of FLAGS teach languages other than English and ESL at all levels, kindergarten through university.                                                     

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Research Publications/Presentations/Projects/Interests ::

List of Selected Publications, Presentations, Web Page Development, and Commission work (click here)

 

< Japanese Literature and Language Teaching >

 

< Japanese Language Teaching and Learning >

  • ACTFL AP Kanji Presentations (2010)
    “Fun and effective Kanji learning activities using Bloom's taxonomy” at the 44th Annual American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Conference in Boston, MA, November 20, 2010.

  • ACTFL - Japanese Calligraphy Presentation (2011)
    “Motivating Learners to Communicate Through Innovative Thematic Approach” at the 45th Annual American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Conference in Denver, CO, November 18, 2011.

  • ACTFL 2012 - Fitness Science (2012)
    “Incorporating Fitness Science for Today’s Digital Natives in Japanese Classroom” at the 46th Annual American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) Conference in Philadelphia, PA, November 18, 2012.

  • Constructivism - Vygotsky's educational theory

 

< Language Assessment >

 

< Professional Development >

 

< Teaching Using Technology >

  • See Teaching Using Technology

 

< Translation Project >

  • Translated, organized, and edited the Japanese language World War II era diaries of an Issei (first generation) woman who lived in Sacramento

 

< Global Education>

  • Published the following two writings in「第2章送出し側から見た日本とEUへの短期留学、言語・文化対策との関連」佐藤(編)『日本とEU諸国における短期留学の特徴と高等教育の国際化に果たす役割の比較研究』東京工業大学 Chapter 2. The Short-Term Study Abroad to Japan and Europe and its Relationship to Language and Culture Policy: Senders’ Perspective in Sato (ed.) Comparative Study on Student Exchange to Japan and non-English Speaking EU Countries, Tokyo, Japan: Tokyo Institute of Technology, 2011.
    • 1) 「米国の事例1 米国の派遣留学戦略から学ぶもの」 (With Misako Takeuchi) “US Case Study 1: US Strategies to increase the number of participants in study abroad program,” 87-124.
    • 2) 「米国の事例2 海外での日本語・文化教育と連携し、日本への派遣留学を促進するモデルの提言」 “US Case Study 2: Importance of Japanese language and culture learning overseas: A suggested model based on the US case studies,”125-142.

  • "Chapter 3: Foreign Language Education.” In W. Cummings, and J. Hawkins (Eds.), Transnational Competence: Rethinking the U.S. - Japan Educational Relationship. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2000. 41-55.

  • <TNC> 政策研究グループ 『グローバル時代の教育戦略 新生トランスナショナリズムの教育:「インターナショナル」から「グローバル」へ』 The Task Force For Transnational Competence: Policy Research Group. Educational Strategies of Global Era – New Education of Transnationalism: From International to Global). Tokyo, Japan: ALC Inc., 1998. 211 pages. Author of different passages, passim.

  • The Task Force for Transnational Competence. Towards Transnational Competence.  Rethinking International Education: A US-Japan Case Study. New York: Institute of International Education, 1997. 151 pages.


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Technology ::

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Service ::

Service to University

  • Academic Council of International Program (ACIP) Campus Reprentative
  • Curriculum Subcommittee, Fall 2013
  • Provost’s Advisory Committee on Curricular Global Engagement (Fall 2011 - Fall 2013)
  • Technology Committee for the College of Arts and Letters (2010 ~ present)
  • Secretary of Phi Beta Delta (2007 ~ present)
  • Assist the Asian Studies Program (2003 ~ present)
  • Work with CCE's International Program
    • Shizuoka Visit
  • Faculty Senator (2006-2007)
  • WebCT Vista pilot faculty (Fall 2004-Spring 2005) & WebCT 6 pilot faculty (Fall 2005 & Spring 2006)

Service to Department

  • Areahead, Japanese Language program (2006 ~ present)
  • Assessment Committee (2004 ~ present)
  • RTP Committee (2013 ~ present)
  • Search Committee (2013 ~)
  • Part-time committee (2008 ~ present)
  • Technology (2004 ~ present)
  • Curriculum Committee (2004-2006)
  • Public Relationship Committee (2004-2006)
  • World Language Day Committee (web) (2002-2006)
    International Night (2005, 2006) to celebrate outstanding students. Slide show = click HERE.
  • Foreign language requirement:

Service to Students

  • Japan Club adviser (Fall 2004 ~ present)
    • Japan Club as Outstanding Organization (2009)!
    • Japan Club Web Page
      • 2013 FALL: President Lilian Diep, Vice President Alex, Adviser Josh
      • 2012 FALL: President Josh Navarra, Vice President Alex
      • 2012 SPRING: President Chris Bouget, Vice President Josh
      • 2011 FALL: President Mariah & Vice President Brandon
      • 2011 SPRING: President Stephanie Pan & Vice President Brandon
      • 2010 FALL: President Chris Ellis & Vice President Stephanie Pan
      • 2009 - 2010: President Cesar Chavez & Vice President Mark Lopez
      • 2008 - 2009: President Sachiko Kobayashi & Vice President Alan Kwan
      • 2007 - 2008: President Christofer Lamb & Sachiko Kobayashi
      • 2006 - 2007: President Brian Berry & Vice President Takahiro Takahashi
      • 2005 - 2006: President Makito Shirasaka & Vice President Akina Tagi
           (J-Club members visited Yukiko sensei's class on March 4, 2005)
      • 2004 - 2005: President Isaiah Johnson & Vice President Teruyuki Kojima
    • JAlumni Web Page
     

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Community:

Community Outreach

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