Visiting Assistant Professor of East Asian Languages and LiteraturesKirner-Johnson 148
Saori Nozaki’s recent research interests go to computer assisted language learning. She focuses on lexicalization patterns of motion events in English, Spanish, and Japanese, and acquisition of Japanese lexicalization patterns of motion events by English-speaking learners of Japanese.
Nozaki has taught all levels of Japanese language courses at The Ohio State University, Cornell University and the University of Mississippi. She has a bachelor’s degree in English language from Daito Bunka University in Tokyo and a master’s degree in curriculum and instruction, with emphasis on teaching English to speakers of other languages, from the University of Mississippi. Nozaki also received a master’s degree in Japanese from The Ohio State University. She is completing her doctoral dissertation.
Recent Courses Taught
Third Term Japanese
Advanced Japanese I
Japanese linguistics, Second Language Acquisition (SLA), Language pedagogy
American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages (ACTFL) 2010-2011
American Association of Teachers of Japanese (AATJ) 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 20 I 7
Appointed to the Faculty: 2017
M.A., Ohio State University
M.A., University of Mississippi
B.A., Daito Bunka University