Researchers Database

James Hunt

    Department of Global Innovation Studies Associate Professor
    Course of Global Innovation Studies Associate Professor
Last Updated :2022/09/21

Researcher Information

Degree

  • M.A. (Applied Linguistics and TESOL)(University of Portsmouth)
  • M.Sc. (Earth Science - Basin Evolution and Dynamics)(Royal Holloway, University of London)

Research funding number

  • 30712228

J-Global ID

Research Areas

  • Humanities & social sciences / Education - general

Academic & Professional Experience

  • 2017 - Today  Toyo UniversityDepartment of Global Innovation Studies, Faculty of Global and Regional Studies
  • 2013 - 2017  Hitotsubashi University

Education

  • 2014 - 2016  University of Portsmouth  School of Languages and Area Studies  Applied Linguistics and TESOL
  • 2002 - 2006  Waseda University  Department of Earth Sciences, Faculty of Education and Integrated Arts and Sciences
  • 2001 - 2002  Royal Holloway, University of London  Department of Earth Sciences

Association Memberships

  • JALT (The Japan Association for Language Teaching)   

Published Papers

  • ER or RR: A Systematic Review of Reading Fluency Research.
    Hunt, J.R
    Dokkyo University Studies in English. 82 15 - 39 2021/03
  • Japanese university students’ pre-departure questions about assessment overseas.
    Hunt, J.R
    Journal of Regional Development Studies. 24 1 - 15 2021/03
  • English in Japan: From Foreign to International Language.
    Hunt, J.R
    Journal of Regional Development Studies 2020/03
  • Task-Based Learning: A Research-Based Approach.
    Hunt, J.R
    Dokkyo Journal of Language Learning and Teaching 8 3 - 14 2020/03
  • Linguistic Contact and the Ideology of English in Japanese Society and Culture.
    Hunt, J.R
    Dokkyo University Studies in English 81 73 - 93 2020/02
  • CLIL-Multiliteracies-Multiple Literacies Theory: On the passage from active viewing to active filmmaking.
    Bradley, J.P.N; Hunt, J.R; Cole, D.R
    STEM (Society for Teaching English through Media) Journal 18 179 - 202 2016/07
  • The Senkaku/Diaoyu Islands Dispute Between China and Japan: Ideological Differences Revealed Through Discourse Analysis.
    Hunt, J.R.
    Hitotsubashi Journal of Law and Politics 44 31 - 42 2016/02
  • Hunt, J.R.
    Hitotsubashi Journal of Arts and Sciences Hitotsubashi University 56 (1) 49 - 53 0073-2788 2015/12
  • Hunt, J.R.
    Hitotsubashi Journal of Commerce and Management Hitotsubashi University 49 (1) 55 - 71 0018-2796 2015/10
  • Student Attitudes Towards Extensive Reading.
    Hunt, J.R.
    Dokkyo Journal of Language Learning and Teaching 3 3 - 15 2015/03
  • Hunt, J.R.
    Hitotsubashi Journal of Arts and Sciences Hitotsubashi University 55 (1) 35 - 43 0073-2788 2014/12
  • Hunt, J.R.
    Hitotsubashi Journal of Commerce and Management Hitotsubashi University 48 (1) 43 - 53 0018-2796 2014/10
  • Hunt, J.R
    The Bulletin of Saitama Prefectural University Saitama Prefectural University 12 (1) 159 - 169 1345-8582 2010/11
  • First Lesson, First Impression or How To Introduce Yourself Without Introducing Yourself.
    Hunt, J.R
    The Research Reports of Shibaura Institute of Technology: Social Sciences and Humanities 44 (2) 119 - 122 2010/09
  • What Time Is It? Communicative Competence in English at Two Japanese Universities.
    Hunt, J.R
    Bulletin of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Tokyo Medical and Dental University 40 21 - 37 2010/04
  • English Language Learners’ Perceptions of English Study, EFL Teachers and Future English Language Use: a survey of first-year and second-year university students.
    Hunt, J.R
    The Research Reports of Shibaura Institute of Technology: Social Sciences and Humanities 44 (1) 111 - 115 2010/03
  • English Language Learners’ Experiences, Attitudes and Motivations: a survey of first- year and second-year university students.
    Hunt, J.R
    The Research Reports of Shibaura Institute of Technology: Social Sciences and Humanities 43 (2) 161 - 167 2009/09

Books etc

  • Chapter 8. Multimodal literacy development: Filmmaking projects in EFL classes. In J. P. N. Bradley & D .Kennedy (Eds.), Bringing forth a world (pp. 123-139).
    Hunt, J.R Leiden: Koninklijke Brill NV. 2020/03
  • Carboniferous fault zones: Field guide to the Crag Point Fault Zone, Hartley Bay.
    Hunt, J; Freeman, S; Massey, C; White. E; Harris, S (Joint work)Rock Deformation Research Report No. 9829, ULIS Innovations Ltd, The University of Leeds. Training publication produced for ARCO oil company. 1998/07

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Public Speaking Skills and Debate Skills.  [Invited]
    Hunt, J.R
    Toyo Model United Nations Conference 2020. Toyo University, Tokyo, Japan.  2020/08  Keynote oral presentation
  • The State of ICLHE in Japan.
    ICLHE (Integrating Content and Language in Higher Education) Japan Symposium 2019. Gakushuin University, Tokyo, Japan.  2019/01  Public symposium
  • Developing a Program to Raise Student Reading Fluency.
    Hunt, J.R
    ETJ Tokyo EXPO 2018. Kanda Institute of Foreign Languages, Tokyo, Japan.  2018/02
  • Efficacy of Extensive Reading and Repeated Reading.
    Hunt, J.R
    JALT 2017 43rd Annual International Conference. Tsukuba International Congress Center, Ibaraki, Japan.  2017/11
  • CLIL, HOTS, Multiliteracies, & Flipped Classrooms.
    Bradley, J.P.N. & Hunt, J.R.
    JALT 2016 42nd Annual International Conference. WINC Aichi, Nagoya, Japan.  2016/11
  • Editorial Cartoons. (Invited speaker for the JALT Critical Thinking SIG panel).  [Invited]
    Bradley, J.P.N; Hunt, J.R
    JALT 2016 42nd Annual International Conference. WINC Aichi, Nagoya, Japan.  2016/11
  • Editorial Cartoons, CLIL, and Multiliteracies.
    Hunt, J.R
    ETJ Tokyo EXPO 2016. Kanda Institute of Foreign Languages, Tokyo, Japan.  2016/10  Poster presentation
  • Critical CLIL, Desire, and Multiliteracies.
    Bradley, J.P.N. & Hunt, J.R.
    Debate and Critical Thinking Conference 2016. Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan.  2016/07
  • Gamifying Writing.
    Hunt, J.R
    JALT CALL 2016: CALL & the BRAIN. Tamagawa University, Tokyo, Japan.  2016/06
  • Transformations in multiliteracies in the Japanese university.
    Bradley, J.P.N; Hunt, J.R; Cabell, C; Kirk, S; McKim, J
    CELC Symposium 2016. National University of Singapore, Singapore.  2016/05
  • First Lesson: First Impression.
    Hunt, J.R
    ETJ MyShare. New York University, Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan.  2016/03
  • Non-academic Writing and Gamification: Increasing Student Engagement.
    Hunt, J.R
    ETJ Tokyo Expo 2016. Kanda Institute of Foreign Languages, Tokyo, Japan.  2016/01
  • Learner Autonomy and Media Literacy in Speaking and Listening Classes.
    Hunt, J.R
    Engaged Pedagogy Association 13th International Convention. Daito Bunka University, Tokyo, Japan.  2015/07
  • PACE Program: Overview and Instructional Components  [Invited]
    Hunt, J.R
    Hitotsubashi University Faculty Development Workshop  2015/03
  • Extensive Reading: Why and how set up a program?
    Hunt, J.R
    ETJ Tokyo Expo 2014. Kanda Institute of Foreign Languages, Tokyo, Japan.  2014/11
  • Using Newspapers to Promote Learner Autonomy and Improve Speaking Skills.
    Hunt, J.R
    ETJ Tokyo Expo 2014. Kanda Institute of Foreign Languages, Tokyo, Japan.  2014/11