- PAUL Leeming
- その他, その他
Identifying Emergent Leaders in Small Groups in the Language Learning Classroom: An Exploratory Study
JALT Journal 43 (2) 215-239 2021年11月 [査読有り]
Impact of exercise format and repetition on learning verb–noun collocations
Peter Ferguson; Anna Siyanova-Chanturia; Paul Leeming
Language Teaching Research 1-27 2021年7月 [査読有り]
The impact of teaching approach on growth in L2 proficiency and self-efficacy: A longitudunal classroom-based study of TBLT and PPP
Justin Harris; Paul Leeming
Journal of Second Language Studies 2021年4月 [査読有り]
- On Task 3 , リーミング イアン ポール , ABAX , 2018年4月
- On Task 1 , リーミング イアン ポール , ABAX , 2018年4月
- On Task 2 , リーミング イアン ポール , ABAX , 2017年4月
A Rasch Analysis of the Extraversion/Introversion Dimension of Personality
, Leeming Paul , 生駒経済論叢 , 12 , 2 , 143 , 158 , 2014年11月
概要：[Abstract] Researchers interested in individual differences have long sought to categorize personality and to develop a succinct model in order to achieve consistency within different academic fields. As a result of this, the Big Five-Model of Personality has emerged as the dominant model, describing personality in terms of five different traits. Various questionnaires have been developed to measure these traits and the International Personality Item Pool（IPIP）is a well-established and relatively concise example. The current study attempted to determine the reliability and dimensionality of the extraversion dimension of the IPIP by use of Rasch analysis to examine the results of ７９ university students who completed the extraversion part of the IPIP measure. Results showed that generally the questions fit the Rasch model and support the unidmensionality of the extraversion dimension of the IPIP test.
- Group Dynamics and SLA : A Review of the Literature , Leeming Paul; Paul Leeming , Kwansei Gakuin University humanities review , 16 , 147 , 154 , 2012年2月18日
〈Articles〉Student Views on Leadership within Small Groups in the Task-Based Language Classroom
, Paul Leeming , 生駒経済論叢 = Ikoma Journal of Economics , 14 , 2 , 41 , 59 , 2016年11月30日
概要：[Abstract] Research in general psychology has shown that when students work together in small groups, one student will often emerge as leader. This phenomenon, known as emergent leadership, has also been observed in the second language classroom. This paper reports on research that sought to determine students' views on the importance of leadership in the task-based language classroom. Students were randomly assigned to small groups that were fixed for an entire １４-week semester, and then in the following semester were allowed to self-select into groups. A task-based approach to language teaching was adopted, with students completing tasks in small groups. Following each semester, students were interviewed and asked about their experiences in their group. They were also asked for their views on the importance of group leaders within the foreign language classroom. Results show that students view leadership as important, and believe that leaders contribute strongly to the success of the group. The pedagogical implications of emergent leadership in small groups are considered.
- 日本学術振興会（科研費）, TBLT and PPP approaches to reading in a foreign language: An eye tracking study.
- 日本学術振興会（科研費）, Motivational change during university and its impact on growth in English proficiency
- 日本学術振興会（科研費）, The comparative effectiveness of TBLT and PPP approaches to language teaching