SHEA DAVID 教授 (Professor)
1．Shea, D. (2018). Trying to teach dialogically: The good, the bad, and the misguided. Language Teaching Research https://doi.org/10.1177/1362168818768982
2．Shea, D.P. (2018). Talking to think in small group and whole class discussion. In P. Clements, A. Krause, & P. Bennett (Eds.), Language Teaching in a Global Age: Shaping the Classroom, Shaping the World (pp.123-129). Tokyo: JALT.
3．Shea, D. (2017). Oriented to English: Motivations and attitudes of advanced students in the university classroom. JALT Journal, 39 (2), 139-164.
4．Shea, D. (2017). Compelled to speak: Addressing student reticence in a university EFL classroom. Asian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 4 (2), 173-184.
5．Shea, D. (2017). Shifting positions: The development of textual features and academic voice in a university writing seminar. The Asian ESP Journal, 13(2), 7-34.
6．Shea, D. (2016). Extensive reading in a university EFL classroom: Issues of fluency, vocabulary, and proximity. The Journal of Foreign Language Education, 13, 65-84
7．Shea, D. (2016). Teaching English in Burma. Hiyoshi Review of English Studies, 68, 51-73.
8．Shea, D. (2009). The university entrance exam and its implied effect on EFL pedagogy in Japan. Hiyoshi Review of English Studies, 55, 97-132.
9．Shea, D. (1994). Perspective and production: Constructing solidarity and status across cultural borders. Pragmatics, 4(3), 357-389.
10．Shea, D. (2017). In Hot Water: Stories of surprise, adventure, and (mis)communication in Japan. Nagoya: Perceptia Press.
Japan Association for Language Teaching（JALT) ; Japan Association of College English Teachers (JACET)
University of California, Berkeley Visiting Scholar