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  KLEINDL, Michael J.
   Senior Lecturer
   English for Liberal Arts Program, College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
■ Academic Background
1. 1981/06
Degree Acquisition
Southern Illinois University Carbondale, M.A.
2. 1978/12
Degree Acquisition
Southern Illinois University Carbondale, B.A.
■ Professional Background
1. 1981/07~1986/03 Language Institute of Japan
■ Books and Articles
1. Article a. “Using Radio News for Developing Listening Comprehension” (Single) 1982
2. Article “A Thirty-Clue Mystery—The Barlow Case: A Method For Semi Free Discussion” (Single) 1982
3. Article “Basic Technical English" (Single) 1983
4. Article Sushi Nirvana closer than you think (Single) 2002/10
5. Article “A Metrical Analysis of Five Poems by Mike Kleindl" by Yasuyo Moriya  1995/10
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■ Academic Conference Presentation
1. 1989/08 “On Teaching Academic Writing" (LIOJ International Summer Workshop)
2. 1989/08 “Teaching Poetry in the ESL Classroom" (LIOJ International Summer Workshop)
3. 1989/11 Designing an Academic Writing Program" (JALT Conference)
4. 1989/11 “Getting the Most out of Listening/Speaking Textbooks" (JALT Conference)
5. 1992/11 “Improving Listening Skills" (JALT Conference)
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■ Lectures
1. 1993/08 Improving TOEFL Listening Skills
2. 1994/08 Improving TOEFL Listening Skills
3. 1995/08 Improving TOEFL LIstening Skills
4. 1996/08 Improving TOEFL Listening Skills
5. 1998/08 Improving TOEFL Listening Skills
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■ Educational Achievements
● Made textbook and teaching material
1. 2006/03 Practice TOEIC Test
2. 2008/04 "TOEIC Final Test Part 6, 3, 4"
● Announcement concerning education
1. 2007/03~ Convergence of Values in Critical Thinking
2. 2008/03~ Eastern and Western Values When Thinking Critically
● Matter that should be mentioned specially in others educational activity
1. 1986/04~ Sample lectures at ICU festivals
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■ Professional Achievements
● Other note that should be mentioned specially on duty
1. I am very interested in the teaching of academic writing especially regarding coherence, readability, and the deepening of critical thinking.
■ Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research Researcher Number
90209354