Chikako Mori Curriculum Vitae
Chikako Mori is a Lecturer in Japanese teaching all levels of Japanese language courses. In addition to facilitating learning the target language, she believes language teachers should provide opportunities for students to demonstrate their achievements and help them become self-learners.
- Ed. 2004 – Ohio University
- A. 1998 – Chubu University, Japan
- Technology in Teaching
- Project based Curriculum
- Japanese Languages
- JAPN 1201: Elementary Japanese I
- JAPN 1202: Elementary Japanese II
- JAPN 3201: Upper Intermediate Japanese I
- JAPN 3202: Upper Intermediate Japanese II
- LACS 2050: Japanese Oral Communication
Select Professional Affiliations
- American Association of Teachers of Japanese (AATJ)
- Japanese Teachers Association of Charlotte, Inc. (JTAC)
- North Carolina Japanese Language Teachers Association (NCJLT)
- Southern Eastern Association of Teachers of Japanese (SEATJ)
- February 2014, Host University, SEATJ Annual Conference
- July 2013- June 2014, President, JTAC
- July 2012-June 2013, Vice President, JTAC
- September 2009-August 2010, President, JTAC
- September 2007-August 2008, Secretary, JTAC
Takano, Nozomi, and Chikako Mori. “Using Electronic Writing to Develop Japanese Writing and Communication Skills.” JALT Journal of Japanese Language Education, 11 (2011): 51-61. Print.
“K-16 “Fureain Nihongo” Vertical Articulation through Collaborative Presentation.” FLANC 2014 48th Annual Conference. Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 4 Oct. 2014.
“New Experiences with the Improved Sophia University and UNC Charlotte Pen-pal Project.” FLANC 2013 47th Annual Conference. Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 12 Oct. 2013.
“Integrating Peer-Tutor Strategy into Japanese Language Courses at UNC Charlotte.” 2013 Annual SEATJ Conference. College of Charleston, South Carolina, 9-10 Mar. 2013.
“Study of the Effectiveness of the UNC Charlotte and Sophia University “Pen-Pal Project”.” 2012 Annual FLANC Conference Our World, Our Languages, in Our Hands. Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 13 Oct. 2012.
“Investigating Effectiveness of Ability-Grouping (Streaming) in an Advanced-4 Skill-Japanese Language Course.” The 25th SEATJ Conference. Durham, North Carolina, 8-9 May 2010.
“Investigation of the Effectiveness of the Activities in a Japanese Language Class Improving For Skills.” Foreign Language Association of North Carolina. Raleigh, North Carolina, 26 Sept. 2009.
“Investigation of Actual Conditions Among Study Abroad Students in Japan: The Case of UNC Charlotte.” Foreign Language Association of North Carolina. Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 10 Oct. 2008.
“Introduction of Tutor Blog as a Japanese Notice Board and Class Blog in the Culture Class.” The 23rd Annual Southeastern Association of Teachers of Japanese (SEATJ) Conference. Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1 Mar. 2008.
“Introducing Various Usages of Class-Blog in the Japanese Language and Culture Classes.” Foreign Language Association of North Carolina. Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 6 Oct. 2007
“What have you done in learning Japanese last week?: Promoting Learner Autonomy and motivation.” The 22nd SEATJ CONFERENCE PROGRAM. Memphis Tennessee, 4 Mar. 2007.
“Effective Method for JFL Learners By Integrating Self Assessment Project.” FLANC AT 40: LOOKING BACK, MOVING FORWARD. Raleigh, North Carolina, 29 Sept. 2006.
“Electronic Communication Tools in Japanese Language Classes.” SEALLT AND MAALLT JOINT CONFERENCE. Charleston, South Carolina, 11 Mar. 2006.
“Using Electronic Writing in Language Teaching.” SPRING 2006 INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY SHOWCASES UNC Charlotte. Charlotte, North Carolina, 24 Feb. 2006.