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2. Riccobono, P. S. (2016). Critical Pedagogy in Japan and South Korea ELT: Surveying key issues and application. Aichi Bunkyo University, 7, 21-25.
3. Riccobono, P.S. (2016). Authentic Help: Using Corpus Linguistics
to Assist in Language Teaching. Vocabulary Education and Research Bulletin (VERB), 5(1), 6-11.
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1. Discussions Across Asia: Exchanges to Resolution (Poster Presentation). Co-Presenter. Japan Association for Language Teaching (JALT) International Conference 2016. Nagoya, Japan, November 26, 2016.
2. Discussions Across Asia: Exchanges to Resolution. Presenter. The Third AILA East-Asia and 2016 ALAK-GETA Joint International Conference. 2016. Gwangju, South Korea, September 10, 2016.
3. Amazing Race to Alternative Assessment & Attitudes (Poster Presentation). Co-Presenter. Japan Association for Language Teaching (JALT) International Conference 2015. Shizuoka, Japan, November 20, 2015.
4. Amazing Race to Alternative Assessment & Attitudes. Co-Presenter. Korea TESOL (KOTESOL) 2015 International Conference. Seoul, South Korea, October 10, 2015.
5. Choosing a Group Leader: Korean EFL University Students’ Attitudes, Rationale and Dynamics. Presenter. English Teachers in Japan Conference. Osaka, Japan, November 9, 2014.
6. Explicit Positive Assessment Usage: The Case of Korean Student-Leaders. Presenter. Meisei Professional Development Forum. Meisei University. Tokyo Japan, November 8, 2014.
7. When it’s not good to say good: Conversation Analysis. Presenter. Daegu Catholic University EFL Conference. Daegu Catholic University. Gyeongsan, South Korea, April 7, 2014.