(Last updated : 2016-08-18 21:00:37)
  WADDEN, Paul
   Senior Lecturer
   English for Liberal Arts Program, College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
■ Academic Background
1. 1998
Degree Acquisition
Illinois State University, Ph.D. in English
2. 1993~1998 Ph.D. in English, Illinois State University, Completed
3. 1984
Degree Acquisition
Vermont College of Norwich University, MFA in Writing
4. 1981~1984 MFA in Writing, MFA in Writing, Vermont College of Norwich University, Completed
5. 1979
Degree Acquisition
Macalester College, BA in philosophy, psychology, and English (3 majors)
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■ #Professional Background
1. 1991/04~ International Christian University, Tokyo, English Language Program, 1991 to Present. Senior Lecturer (Tenured 1994).
2. 1986/04~1991/03 Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, Kyoto, 1986 to 1991. British and American Studies Department, Assistant Professor of English.
3. 1985/04~1991/03 Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Department of English, 1985 to 1991. Part-time lecturer
■ #Present Specialized Fields
Foreign language education, English linguistics, Literature in English, Literature in general 
■ #Books and Articles
1. Article “Academic Writing in a Liberal Arts Curriculum in Asia: Culture and Context”  2013
2. Article Towards More Sophisticated Academic Writing: Moving Beyond the Five-Paragraph Essay (Collaboration) 2013
3. Article “Language Teaching and Learning for General Education: Moving Beyond the Communicative Paradigm to ‘English for Liberal Arts’”  2012
4. Article “English for Liberal Arts: A New (Re)Vision of the ELP” (Single) 2011
5. Article “English for liberal arts: Towards a new paradigm for university language teaching”  2011
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■ #Academic Conference Presentation
1. 2014/06/14 Using the Global Academic Vocabulary (GAV) lexicon:A new resource for ELT teachers and students (JALT Vocabulary SIG Symposium)
2. 2014/03/14 The Quandary of Academic Vocabulary: What Students Need to Know (Mahidol University International College)
3. 2013/07/27 English for Liberal Arts: The DaVinci Principles of Education and Living (Roundtable Kansai)
4. 2013/02/16 “Academic Writing in a Liberal Arts Curriculum in Asia: Culture and Criteria” (1st Annual Symposium on Academic Writing and Critical Thinking)
5. 2012/06/13 “Language Teaching and Learning for General Education: Moving Beyond the Communicative Paradigm to ‘English for Liberal Arts’” (General Education and University Curriculum Reform: An International Conference in Hong Kong)
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■ #Lectures
1. 2009/03 Academic Vocabulary and Language Learning
2. 2000/09 A Huge Wrinkled Pile is All That’s Left of the Elephant: Taking an Ecological Turn in Hemingway Criticism
3. 2000/09 Not a War But a Country: ‘Welcome, Sir, to Vietnam’
4. 2000/08 Vietnam 25 Years after the War Ended
5. 1996/09 Objective, Subjective, and Transactional Rhetorics: A Critique of Competing Contemporary Strands of Composition
■ #Academic Society Memberships
1. "College Literature, Editorial Board, Referee"
2. "The Hemingway Review, Referee"
3. 1978~ The Phi Beta Kappa Society
■ Educational Achievements
● Made textbook and teaching material
1. 2004 A Practice Test Book for the TOEIC
2. 2004 TOEFL Test Word Power 5000
3. 2005 A Training Course for TOEFL Idioms (2nd edition)
4. 2005 "TOEFL Test Quick and Effective Strategies,"
5. 2006 An Introduction to the iBT TOEFL Test
● Announcement concerning education
● Matter that should be mentioned specially in others educational activity
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■ Professional Achievements
● Other note that should be mentioned specially on duty
1. My main current interest is in articulating and advancing a liberal arts paradigm for language education. See my recent articles on this topic. In EAP I have recently shifted my focus somewhat from testing and test preparation to vocabulary acquisition, and my volume on TOEFL Vocabulary (Goken, August 2011) features the largest corpus of TOEFL academic vocabulary yet published. I am now working on a lexicon for academic vocabulary based on the University Word List, the Academic Word List, and the EAP word list, called the GAV lexicon (Global Academic Vocabulary): it features 1,345 head words from the three most important academic vocabulary studies, in addition to important derivations and same-root antonyms that I have added to make complete word families (bringing the lexicon to 2,700 words). The lexicon also includes Japanese translations of each word, including derivations, as well as English definitions, common phrases in which the words appear, and sample sentences. See my website for students: https://sites.google.com/site/paulwaddenforstudents/vocabulary
■ #Exhibitions, Concerts and Athletic Meets
1. 2010/11~2010/11 "Academic Discourse for the TOEFL Speaking Test," Interview in AERA English (AERA English, page 21.)
2. 2011/04~ ELT in Asia. Featured Educator. (analizaperez-amurao.com http://www.analizaperez-amurao.com/featurededucatorsp2.htm)
3. 2011/06~2011/06 "Academic Style and Content Like Professor Sandel's." Interview in AERA English (AERA English, pages 20-21)
■ #Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research Researcher Number