Assistant Professor KATO Makiko
- Graduate School Faculty of Arts and Letters
- Division of Department of Integrated Human Sciences
- Psychology and Linguistics Course
- Department of Linguistics
- Research, History
- Books, papers, etc.
- Personal History
Completed master’s program at the Graduate School of Arts and Letters, Tohoku University
Completed doctoral program at the Graduate School of Languages and Linguistics, Sophia University
English teacher at public junior high schools in Aichi, prefectural senior high schools in Aichi, St. Ursula Eichi High School (part- time), Meisei University (part-time) , Chiba University (part-time), Waseda University (part-time), Research Assistant at Sophia Linguistic Institute for International Communication
- Ph.D. (Linguistics)
- Foreign language education; English education; Language testing; Applied linguistics
- Research Subject
1) Study of effective instruction on summary writing for EFL learners
2) Study of validity and reliability in assessing summary writing
- Instruction of Summary writing; assessing summary writing; ability of summary writing; metacognitive strategies
Sophia University Linguistic Society
Japan Language Testing Association (JLTA)
International Language Testing Association (ILTA)
- Academic Papers
1) Kato, Makiko. Summarization in English as a Foreign Language: A Study Comparing L2 Summary Performances to Summarizer’s L2 Vocabulary Size and L1 Summarizing Skill. English Language Teaching 14(5), 77-88. DOI: 10.5539/elt.v14n5p77. April 2021.
2) Kato, Makiko. Exploring the Transfer Relationship of Summarizing Skills in L1 and L2. English Language Teaching 11(10), 75-87. DOI: 10.5539/elt.v11n10p75. November 2018.
3) Kato, Makiko. Good and Poor Summary Writers’ Strategies: The Case of Japanese High School EFL Learners. Journal of Language Teaching and Research 9(6), 1199-1208. DOI: 10.17507/jltr.0906.09. November 2018.
4) Kato, Makiko. Providing Comprehension Clues in L1 to Japanese EFL Summary Writers: Do they help? International Journal of Applied Linguistics and English Literature 7(5), 12-21. DOI: 10.7575/aiac.ijalel.v.7n.5p.12. September 2018.