Japanese language -- Study and teaching
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Freeman, Stephen (President, faculty), August 12, 1987
Scope and Contents 1 interview with Stephen A. Freeman, Middlebury College Professor of French, Vice President, Acting President, and Director of the Language Schools, by David Stameshkin. The interview was conducted in the basement of the library. Freeman discusses Harvard; the French department; President Moody; Chateau; Brown University; salary; his publications; being President of the American Association of Teachers of French; qualifications of the faculty; sabbatical; life in the Chateau; French parties;...
Dates: August 12, 1987
File — Box 19, Folder: 1
Japanese club records, 2019-2021
Scope and Contents
Materials produced by the Middlebury College Japanese Club between 2019 and 2021 including budget documents; account information; constitutions; Haru Matsuri 2020; J Club activities fair; J Club newsletter Fall 2019; logo, Instagram and event materials; meeting notes; Okinawa Night; posters; Sake Dinner 2020; Shogi; Yuki Matsuri at Wellesley College 2020; activity logs; and more.
Ogawa, Nobuo (Professor, Japanese School), August, 1996
Scope and Contents 1 interview with Nobuo Ogawa, Professor Japanese at the Japanese School. Ogawa discussed why he likes teaching at Middlebury; the language pledge; live-in instructors; the isolation of Middlebury; Oral proficiency interviews; what students gain from studying in Japan; Japanese language school curriculum; using technology as a resource; Japanese grammar; what kinds of students attend Japanese language school; enrollment; Chinese studies; Japanese Exchange Teaching; Japanese education...
Dates: August, 1996
Watabe, Masakazu (Director, Japanese School), 1996
Scope and Contents 1 interview with Masakazu Watabe, Director of the Japanese School. Watabe discussed how he got the directorship; his duties as director; how he challenges the students; how he hired faculty; faculty turnover; 25th Japanese symposium; Japanese curriculum; the proficiency of the students; category 3 languages; language teaching methods; future jobs for Japanese language school students; graduate students' use of Japanese; the use of technology for Japanese language learning; teaching Japanese...