カー ニコラス

CARR Nicholas

Associate Professor

Affiliation
Title
Associate Professor
E-Mail
carrnick@u-aizu.ac.jp
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Education

Courses - Undergraduate
EL155 Notetaking and Listening Skills for Academic Lectures in English; EN02 Introductory English 2; EN03 Bridge 1 to Intermediate English; EN08 Thesis Writing & Presentation
Courses - Graduate

Research

Specialization
EFL; ESL; Academic Writing; English For Specific Purposes; Need Analysis; Curriculum Design
Educational Background, Biography
Ph.D. in Education (TESOL), Deakin University, Australia, 2020
Current Research Theme
Investigating the learning potential of automated feedback on writing
Key Topic
Sociocultural theory, activity theory, corrective feedback, collaboration
Affiliated Academic Society
Member of JALT (The Japanese Association for Language Teaching), Gifu Chapter Member of JASAL (The Japan Association for Self-Access Learning) Member of ALAA (Association of Language Awareness)

Others

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Dissertation and Published Works

Carr, N. (2021). Internalizing interactions: Use of the dominant language and
an inanimate expert. Language and Sociocultural Theory 8(2), 180-205. https://doi.org/10.1558/lst.19232
Carr, N., & Wicking, P. (2019). Applying sociocultural theory to the writing classroom in instruction and assessment. Learning Learning, 26(2), 57-64.
http://ld-sig.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/carr-wicking.pdf
Carr, N., & Weinmann, M. (2018). Written corrective feedback: The need for collaboration and multidirectional interaction. TESOL in Context, 27(1), 1-22.
https://ojs.deakin.edu.au/index.php/tesol/article/view/770