Resume

Publications

Original Publications in Peer-Reviewed Journals

2019

  1. Daniels, P. & Raine, P. (2019: In press). The Correlation Between Standardized Test Scores, ASR Scores and Oral Presentation Scores. OnCUE Journal.
  2. Raine, P. (2019: In press). Talk Corpus: A web-based corpus of TED talks for English language teachers and learners. Accents Asia.

2018

  1. Raine, P. (2018). Building Sentences with Web 2.0 and the Tatoeba Database. Accents Asia; 11(1); 2-7.
  2. Raine, P. (2018). Developing Web-based English Learning Applications: Principles and Practice. CALL EJ; 19(2); 123-136.

2017

  1. Raine, P. (2017). Apps 4 EFL: Web-based Language Learning with Creative Commons Data. Accents Asia 2017; 9(2); 41-55.

2016

  1. Ono, T., & Raine, P. (2016). Apps 4 EFL: Synchronous Learning through Real Time. Annual Report of JACET SIG on ESP 2016; 18; 38-41.

2015

  1. Ono, T., & Raine, P. (2015). The Design and Trial of a Web-based Learning Management System under ESP Contexts. Annual Report of JACET SIG on ESP 2015; 17; 30-32.

2014

  1. Raine, P. (2014). WikiCloze: A web-based tool for creating interactive cloze tests from Simple English Wikipedia articles. The Language Teacher 2014; 38(4): 58-60.
  2. Raine, P. (2014). The use of a participation point system to encourage more proactive learner participation in Japanese university English classes. Obirin Today 2014; 14: 87-102.

2013

  1. Raine, P. (2013). Methods for conveying and denoting the sounds of the English language: Which do Japanese university learners of English use, and which should they use? Obirin Today 2013; 13: 169-190.

2012

  1. Raine, P. (2012). Incidental Increase in Depth of Vocabulary Knowledge Through the Viewing of Subtitled, Authentic Videos. JALT 2012 Conference Proceedings 2012; 492-505.
  2. Raine, P. (2012). Utilizing a multi-author blog as a shared listening journal: A case study of Japanese university learners of English. KAMALL 2012 Conference Proceedings 2012; 240-246.

Books and Book Chapters

  1. Raine, P. (2019: In press). War Hero [Graded Reader], Xreading VL.
  2. Raine, P. (2018). 50 Ways to Teach English with Technology (2nd Edition), Wayzgoose Press, Oregan, 2018.
  3. Raine, P. (2015). 50 Ways to Teach English with Technology (1st Edition), Wayzgoose Press, Oregan, 2015.
  4. Raine, P. (2014). Journey to Mars [Graded Reader], Atama-ii Books, Tokyo, 2014.

Presentations and Workshops

2019

  1. “How will AI affect ELT jobs?”. May/June 2019, JALT CALL Conference, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan.
  2. “Digital English Activities, Tools, and Assignments: Apps 4 EFL and EFL.Digital”. May 2019, Sendai JALT, Talk Net Hall Sendai, Japan.
  3. “Digital ELT tools for the 21st Century”. March 2019, Gunma JALT, Maebashi Kyoai Gakuen College, Japan.

2018

  1. “Apps4EFL.com: Activities, Tools and Digital Assignments for English Teachers and Learners”. May 2018, PanSIG Conference 2018, Toyo Gakuen University, Tokyo, Japan.
  2. “How will AI affect ELT jobs?”. May 2018, PanSIG Conference 2018, Toyo Gakuen University, Tokyo, Japan.

2017

  1. “TED Talks and NAWL Vocabulary Study Using CALL”. November 2017, JALT International Conference 2017, Tsukuba International Congress Center, Tsukuba, Japan.
  2. “Apps4EFL.com: Creative Commons Data & Web 2.0 Tech”. November 2017, JALT International Conference 2017, Tsukuba International Congress Center, Tsukuba, Japan.
  3. “CALL SIG Forum”. November 2017, JALT International Conference 2017, Tsukuba International Congress Center, Tsukuba, Japan.
  4. “Apps4EFL: Creative Commons Data and Web Technologies for EFL”. July 2017, Nakasendo English Conference 2017, Citizen Hall Urawa, Saitama, Japan.
  5. “Apps4EFL: Creative Commons Data and Web Technologies for EFL”. June 2017, JALT CALL Conference 2017, Matsuyama University, Shikoku, Japan. (Best of JALT Winner)
  6. “Online Learning: Resources, Activities and Evidence”. May 2017, Fukuoka JALT, Kurume University, Fukuoka, Japan (Sponsored Speaker).

2016

  1. “CALL SIG Forum”. November 2016, JALT International Conference 2016, Aichi Industry & Labor Center, Nagoya, Japan.
  2. “Apps4EFL: Creative Commons & Web Tech for EFL/ESL”. November 2016, JALT International Conference 2016, Aichi Industry & Labor Center, Nagoya, Japan.
  3. “Developing a web-based vocabulary learning game”. June 2016, JALT CALL Conference, Tamagawa University, Tokyo, Japan.
  4. “Apps4EFL.com: Creative Commons Data & Web 2.0 Technology for EFL”. June 2016, JALT CALL Conference, Tamagawa University, Tokyo, Japan.
  5. “Generate Vocabulary, Pronunciation, and Listening Comprehension Activities for any YouTube Video”. June 2016, JALT CALL Conference, Tamagawa University, Tokyo, Japan. (Best of JALT Winner)
  6. “Apps4EFL.com: Creative Commons Data & Web 2.0 Technology for EFL”. January 2016, ETJ Tokyo Expo 2016, Kanda Institute of Foreign Languages, Tokyo, Japan.

2015

  1. “CALL SIG Forum 2015”. November 2015, JALT International Conference 2015, Aichi Industry & Labor Center, Nagoya, Japan.
  2. “Online Learning: Resources, Activities and Evidence”. July 2015, Nakasendo English Conference, Citizen Hall Urawa, Urawa, Japan (Plenary speaker, Best of JALT Winner).

2014

  1. “CALL SIG Forum 2014”. November 2014, JALT International Conference 2014, Tsukuba International Congress Center, Tsukuba, Japan.
  2. “WikiCloze: Online cloze test creation from Simple Wikipedia articles”. February 2014, Paperless Conference, Kanda University of International Studies, Chiba, Japan.

2013

  1. “Incentivizing classroom participation with “Eigo Gold”. June 2013, Obirin Microconference, J. F. Oberlin University, Machida, Japan.
  2. “JT Inspired Classroom Manner Posters”. May 2013, PanSIG Conference, Nanzan University, Nagoya, Japan.
  3. “Adopting a Communicative Language Teaching Approach”. February 2013, CamTESOL Conference, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

2012

  1. “Dealing with difficult students”. November 2012, Tokai Symposium, Tokai University, Hiratsuka, Japan.
  2. “Filming conversation skits: pedagogical and technological aspects”. November 2012, J. F. Obirin Microconference, J. F. Oberlin University, Machida, Japan.
  3. “Identifying unidiomatic language usage with corpus research”. November 2012, ETJ Tokyo Expo, Kanda Institute of Foreign Languages, Tokyo, Japan.
  4. “Utilizing a multi-author blog as a shared listening journal: A case study of Japanese university learners of English”. October 2012, Korean Association of Multimedia Assisted Language Learning (KAMALL) Annual Conference, Kunkuk University, Seoul, Korea.
  5. “Incidental learning of vocabulary through subtitled authentic videos”. October 2012, Birmingham Graduate Student Showcase, JALT National Conference, Hamamatsu, Japan.
  6. “Why is English the dominant world language?”. March 2012, English Workshop in International Understanding, Nishi Yamato High School, Yamato, Japan.

Research Projects

Apps 4 EFL: Web-based Language Learning Platform

Founder and Developer (June 2014 – Present)

I am the founder and developer of a Web-based Language Learning platform for teachers and learners of English. Apps 4 EFL (http://www.apps4efl.com) uses Creative Commons data in conjunction with open web technologies to deliver engaging and effective English language learning activities.

Effects of Technology Enhanced Learning Materials and Engagement Factors on Learning Outcomes and Motivation in SLA (15K02732)

Joint Researcher (February 2016 – November 2017)

The aim of this project is to measure the relative effectiveness of three state-of-the-art Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) vocabulary learning applications on the acquisition of the New Academic Word List (NAWL) items taken from a number of TED Talks on a range of academic topics. My role has been to develop the research methodology and implement and maintain web-based systems to administer the experimental treatments and record and analyze the responses.

Translation Learner Corpus Project / 日英翻訳学習ツールと翻訳コーパスを用いた日本語話者の英語ライティング分析 (15K12915)

Consultant and Developer (July 2015 – May 2018)

The aim of this project is to evaluate the effectiveness of translation activities from L1 to L2 using a web-based interface, which allows users to both view sample translations and write their own translations of designated texts. My role has been to design and develop the web interface, and offer technical support.

The creation and validation of productive and receptive vocabulary levels tests (16K16890)

Consultant and Developer (February 2017 – Present)

The aim of this project is to develop a web-based system for accurately and efficiently testing both the productive and receptive vocabulary knowledge of English language learners. My role has been to design and develop the web interface, and offer ongoing technical support.