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Masaki Eguchi

MA in Education (English Language Teaching), Waseda University, Tokyo

Research Interests: corpus linguistics, lexical sophistication, task-based language teaching, usage-based linguistics, systemic functional linguistics, content-based instruction


Conference Presentations:

Eguchi, M., Suzuki, S., Sugita, K., and Suzuki, Y. (Accepted for presentation). Word Association Task Revisited: Exploring Multidimensional Links with Vocabulary Size, Depth, Speed, and Use. Paper presented at Second Language Research Forum (SLRF2018), The Université du Québec à Montréal, Montreal, Canada.

Eguchi, M. and Uchihara, T. (2017, September). Word Association and L2 Spoken Vocabulary Use: An Investigation of the Relationship between Response Type and Lexical Sophistication. Paper presented at EuroSLA 27, University of Reading, UK.

Eguchi, M. (2017, April). Dynamic development of lexical sophistication through a series of academic tasks: a semester-long study. In T. Harada. (Convener), How successfully TBLT can be applied in English-medium instruction and regular language courses in an EFL context? Colloquium presented at the 7th International Conference on Task-based language teaching (TBLT) 2017, University of Barcelona, Spain.

Invited Workshops:

Eguchi, M. (2018, March). Measuring lexical production using the tool for automatic analysis of lexical sophistication. Workshop presented at the vocabulary research group at University of Western Ontario, University of Western Ontario, London, Canada.

Eguchi, M. (2017, September). Analyzing learner language using Natural Language Processing tools: A demonstration of a tool for measuring lexical sophistication. Workshop presented at Japan Second Language Acquisition Research Forum (J-SLARF) 1st Student Meeting, Chuo University, Tokyo.