福岡女子大学
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Dragana LAZIC
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Dragana LAZIC

ラジッチ ドラガナ

略歴

2012 – 2018 English Instructor, Tsukuba International Academy
2015 – 2018 Lecturer, Tsuchiura First High School
2017 – 2018 Adjunct Instructor, Tokyo Seitoku University, Department of International Languages and Cultures
2018 – present AEP Instructor, Fukuoka Women’s University, International College of Arts and Sciences, Academic English Program
2019 - present Part-time instructor, Kyushu Sangyou University

研究テーマ

Academic Writing; Automated Feedback; Student Engagement and Revision Uptake

研究概要

My current research focuses on the integration of automated feedback in the L2 writing classrooms. The goal of the research is to explore learner’s engagement with AWE corrective feedback and how this type of feedback is reflected in revision uptake. Consequently, I am interested in learner autonomy and self-assessment. Another area of research is the use of news as authentic materials in classroom. News, in any form, can be a pedagogically valuable tool for improving EFL learner’s speaking and writing fluency.

主要研究業績等

  • Lazic, D.(2020) Using technology-assisted peer feedback to improve academic writing In K.-M. Frederiksen, S. Larsen, L. Bradley & S. Thouësny (Eds), CALL for widening participation: short papers from EUROCALL 2020 (pp. 177-182).
  • Lazic, D., Thompson, A., Pritchard, T., & Tsuji, S.(2020) Student preferences: using Grammarly to help EFL writers with paraphrasing, summarizing, and synthesizing In K.-M. Frederiksen, S. Larsen, L. Bradley & S. Thouësny (Eds),CALL for widening participation: short papers from EUROCALL 2020 (pp. 183-189).
  • Lazic, D., & Tsuji, S.(2020) Perceptions and Use of AWE Facilitated Peer Feedback for Improving Writing Studies in the humanities: 福岡女子大学国際文理学部紀要, (84), 70-100
  • Lazic, D., & Tsuji, S.(2020) Use of AWE and Peer Feedback for Improving Academic Writing In D. Shaffer & J. Kimball (Eds.), KOTESOL Proceedings 2019 (pp. 89-99). Korea TESOL.
  • Lazic, D.(2015) Flooded Country, Flooded Internet. In Marko M. Skoric, Parycek, Peter, & Sach, Michael (Eds.), CeDEM Asia 2014 Proceedings of the International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government Asia 2014, 253–261. Hong Kong: Edition Donau-Universität Krems.
  • Lazic, D. & Kaigo, M. (2013) US Press Coverage of the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant Accident: Frames, Sources and news domestication. Media Asia, 40(3), 260–273.
  • Lazic, D. (2013) News Analysis of the Fukushima Accident: Lack of Information Disclosure, Radiation Fears and Accountability Issues. Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia, Volume 12(2), 19–34.
  • Lazic, D. (2010) Interreligijski dijalog kroz obrazovanje i komunikaciju mladih u multikulturnom društvu u Bosni i Hercegovini, 2007-2009 [Interreligious Dialogue through Youth Education and Communication in Multicultural Society of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2007 - 2009]. In Sitarski, Milan, Vujačić, Marko, & Bartulović Karastojković, Ivana (Eds.), Iščekujući evropsku uniju: stabilizacija međuetničkih i međureligijskih odnosa na Zapadnom Balkanu (Vol. 1, pp. 137–149). Beograd: Beogradska otvorena škola.

学会発表

  • Lazic, D. & Brylko, A.(2021) Improving Grammar with Grammarly: Feedback, Awareness, and Noticing JALT CALL 2021 (online)
  • Lazic, D., Thompson, A., & Tsuji, S.(2020) Using Grammarly as a Complementary Writing Tool to Teach Textual Borrowing Skills: From Noticing to Input Uptake CamTesol Virtual Conference 2021 (Cambodia)
  • Thompson, A., Lazic, D., & Tsuji, S.(2020) University Student Interests, Experiences and Preferences for Online Zoom Lessons CamTesol Virtual Conference 2021 (Cambodia)
  • Lazic, D., Pritchard, T., Thompson, A.,& Tsuji, S.(2020) Teaching Writing From Sources With Grammarly JALT2020Communities of Teachers & Learners, November 2020
  • Lazic, D., Thompson, A., Pritchard, T., & Tsuji, S.(2020) Student preferences: using Grammarly to help EFL writers with paraphrasing, summarizing, and synthesizing EUROCALL 2020, the University of Copenhagen
  • Lazic, D.(2020) Using technology-assisted peer feedback to improve academic writing EUROCALL 2020, the University of Copenhagen
  • Lazic, D., & Tsuji, S.(2019) Technology Assisted Peer Feedback: Helping Students to be Better Writers The Kyushu ETJ English Language Teaching Expo@Seinan Gakuin University
  • Lazic, D., & Tsuji, S.(2019) How Useful is an Automated Writing Evaluation (AWE) System for Improving Academic Writing? Insights from a Study Employing a Combination of AWE and Peer Feedback 2019 KOTESOL International Conference, Sookmyung Women's University

関連専門分野

(Academic English, Media and Political Communication)

外部資金の獲得状況

2014 – 2015  Civil Society Scholar Awards (grant), Open Society Foundations
  • 受賞歴

    • 2017年04月 College Women Association of Japan NJ scholarship

    • 2016年04月 College Women Association of Japan NJ scholarship

    • 2012年03月 The DeRoy Memorial Scholarship, Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan

    • 2010年04月 MEXT Scholarship, Government of Japan (2010-2016)

    • 2003年10月 University of Montana Diversity Award

  • 活用可能な分野(社会への貢献等)

    Improving fluency by reading in English. Reading for pleasure.
    Using commination technologies in language teaching and learning.

    高校等への出前講義テーマ

    How to use peer corrective feedback to improve writing in English.
    The importance of reading in developing language accuracy and fluency.

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