Megumi Morisue is a lecturer at Waseda University International Community Center. She also teaches public speech classes and communiations at several universities in Tokyo.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Anxiety Management in English Intercultural Communication Amongst Japanese University Students

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How Do Students Perceive Other Learners? Perception Gap Among Students with Different Academic Performance Levels

This study focuses on the differences in the perceptions of classmates’ presence and classroom community between students with high-level performance and students with low-level performance in the Japanese public-speech classroom.

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Who Learns from Whom? A Study of Learners’ Speech Performance Levels and their Perceptions about Classmates

This study examines the kinds of learners who are able to learn from other learners (classmates) effectively in a public-speaking university class.

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What Affects the Degree of Improvement in the Public Speech Classroom? Student’s Perception of and Learning from Classmates

This study examines the differences in the degree of performance improvement among students in a public-speaking university course by focusing on the students' recognition of their classmates.

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Overseas Intercultural Training Program: Student English Proficiency, Course Design, and Learning Outcome

This study aims to analyze effective activity types and student learning outcome in overseas Intercultural programs for Japanese university students with different levels of English proficiencies.

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An Effective Design for Intercultural Training Programs: Boosting Participants’ Program Learning Outcomes

This study aims to discuss the effective design of intercultural training programs targeting university students from different cultures.

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The Self-evaluations of Own Group Research Processes and Final Products: Comparison between University Students in Japanese-only Groups and Multi-cultural Groups

This study examines the differences and similarities in the self-evaluations of own group research processes and final products between university students in Japanese-only groups and multi-cultural groups.

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