Yoshiko Takase Owens is an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures at CSUN where she has taught a variety of Japanese language courses at all levels, as well as the department’s “Virtual Study Abroad” course. She is especially interested in a new approach called tadoku (extensive “quantity” reading) as a means to increasing learner vocabulary and motivation. Students in her Japanese 304 class are currently engaged in a weekly tadoku program.
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