VLI – Issue 09 (2) – 2020

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Vocabulary Learning and Instruction
Volume 9, Number 1 August 2020
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7820/vli.v09.2.2187-2759
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Table of contents

Article
Pages  pdf

Letter from the Organizer
Jeffrey Stewart

 iv  

Eighth Annual JALT Vocabulary SIG Symposium Morning Session: Vocabulary and CALL

   

Vocabulary Learning Using Student-Created Class Vocabulary Lists
G. Clint Denison and Imogen Custance

1-8 pdf

The Indirect Spaced Repetition Concept
Louis Lafleur

9-16 pdf

On Creating a Large-scale Corpus-based Academic Multi-word Unit Resource
James Rogers

17-23 pdf

Exploring the Effectiveness of Deliberate Computer-Assisted Language Learning
Andrew Obermeier

24-38 pdf

Vocabulary and Computer Technology: A Commentary on Four Studies for JALT Vocabulary SIG
Tatsuya Nakata

39-47 pdf

Eighth Annual JALT Vocabulary SIG Symposium Afternoon Session: Vocabulary Learning and Assessment

   

Teaching Ideas for Improving Oral Performance through Formulaic Language Instruction
Chie Ogawa

48-54 pdf

Assessing Low-level Cognitive Processes of Word Recognition
Michael Holsworth

55-62 pdf

The Challenges of Measuring Multi-Word Expression Use in Conversation
Haidee Thomson

63-68 pdf

Deliberate Vocabulary Learning from Word Cards
Darrell Wilkinson

69-74 pdf

Vocabulary Learning and Assessment: A Commentary on Four Studies for JALT Vocabulary SIG
Irina Elgort

75-88 pdf

VLI – Issue 09 (1) – 2020

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Vocabulary Learning and Instruction
Volume 9, Number 1 July 2020
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7820/vli.v09.1.2187-2759
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Table of contents

Articles
Pages  

Letter from the Editor
Raymond Stubbe

iv  

The Emergence of a First Paradigm in Vocabulary Research: The Bibliometrics of System
Paul Meara

1-32 pdf

An Overview and Synthesis of Research on English Loanwords in Japanese
David Allen

33-50 pdf

General Word Lists: Overview and Evaluation
Dana Therova

51-61 pdf

Examining Katakana Synform Errors Made by Japanese University Students
Raymond Stubbe and Kosuke Nakashima

62-72 pdf

A Procedure for Determining Japanese Loanword Status for English Words
David Allen

73-79 pdf

Introducing Mnemonics to Japanese Students as a Vocabulary Learning Strategy
Stephen Paton

80-93 pdf

 

VLI – Issue 08 (1) – 2019

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Vocabulary Learning and Instruction
Volume 8, Number 1 March 2019
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7820/vli.v08.1.2187-2759
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Table of contents

Article
Pages  pdf

Letter from the Editor
Raymond Stubbe

 iv  

Seventh Annual JALT Vocabulary SIG Symposium Morning Session: Vocabulary and Corpus Linguistics

   

A Reconsideration of the Construct of “A Vocabulary for Japanese Learners of English”: A Critical Comparison of the JACET Wordlists and New General Service Lists
Shin’ichiro Ishikawa

1-7 pdf

Validating the Construct of Readability in EFL Contexts: A Proposal for Criteria
Geoffrey G. Pinchbeck

8-16 pdf

Toward Written Error Correction with a Japanese-English Parallel Corpus: Data-Driven Learning in the Japanese EFL Classroom
Michael McGuire

17-28 pdf

Evaluating Corpora with Word Lists and Word Difficulty
Brent A. Culligan

29-38 pdf

Commentary on Four Studies for JALT Vocabulary SIG
Yukio Tono

39-52 pdf

Seventh Annual JALT Vocabulary SIG Symposium Afternoon Session: Vocabulary Learning and Assessment

   

An Examination of the New General Service List
Tim Stoeckel

53-61 pdf

Evaluating the Efficacy of Yes–No Checklist Tests to Assess Knowledge of Multi-Word Lexical Units
Raymond Stubbe and Yumiko Cochrane

62-69 pdf

Comparing the Effectiveness of Word Cards and List Learning with Japanese Learners of English
Magda L. Kitano and Katsuhiro Chiba

70-75 pdf

Foreign Language Vocabulary Learning and the Type of Processing-Resource Allocation Model
Shusaku Kida

76-82 pdf

Vocabulary Instruction and Learning: A Commentary on Four Studies
Jenifer Larson-Hall

83-95 pdf

 

 

VLI – Issue 07 (1) – 2018

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Vocabulary Learning and Instruction
Volume 7, Number 1
December 2018
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7820/vli.v07.1.2187-2759
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Table of contents

Articles
Pages  

Letter from the Editor
Raymond Stubbe

iv  

The Indirect Effects of Testing: Can Poor Performance in a Vocabulary Quiz Lead to Long-Term L2 Vocabulary Retention?
Kohei Kanayama and Kiwamu Kasahara

1-13 pdf

Vocabulary Learning Strategies and Vocabulary Size: Insights from Educational Level and Learner Styles 
Alaa Alahmadi, Christopher Shank, and Anouschka Foltz

14-34 pdf

An Experimental Investigation of HAM, a Novel Mnemonic Technique for Learning L2 Homonyms and Homophones 
Charles M. Mueller

35-50 pdf

Examining the Word Family through Word Lists
Dale Brown

51-65 pdf

VLI – Issue 06 (2) – 2017

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Vocabulary Learning and Instruction
Volume 6, Number 2
December 2017
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7820/vli.v06.2.2187-2759

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Article
Pages  pdf
Letter from the 2017 Vocabulary SIG Symposium Organizers
Brandon Kramer & Stuart McLean
 iv
Sixth Annual JALT Vocabulary SIG Symposium Morning session: Vocabulary Acquisition
L2 Lexical Attrition and Vocabulary Re-learning in Three L1 English L2 Japanese Children
Jenifer Larson-Hall
1-7 pdf
Impact of talker variability on L2 word recognition among Japanese EFL learners
Noriko Matsuda
8-22 pdf
Emotion-Involved Semantic Processing and L2 Vocabulary Memory: A Micro-Level Emotion Manifesto
Yu Kanazawa
23-30 pdf
Using Cognitive Linguistic Principles to Encourage Production of Metaphorical Vocabulary in Writing
Phil Bennett
31-39 pdf
Vocabulary Instruction and Learning: A Commentary on Four Studies
David Beglar
40-45 pdf
Sixth Annual JALT Vocabulary SIG Symposium Afternoon session: Corpus Linguistics in Vocabulary Education
Initial Evaluation of AWSuM: A Pilot Study
Atsushi Mizumoto
46-51 pdf
Coverage-based Frequency Bands: A Proposal
Dale Brown
52-60 pdf
Discovering Language Properties through Corpus-Based Dictionary Data Analysis
Paul A. Lyddon
61-70 pdf
Measuring the Vocabulary Burden of Popular English Songs
Rick Romanko
71-78 pdf
Corpus Linguistics and Vocabulary: A Commentary on Four Studies
Laurence Anthony
72-79 pdf

 

VLI – Issue 06 (1) – 2017

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Vocabulary Learning and Instruction
Volume 6, Number 1
November 2017
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7820/vli.v06.1.2187-2759

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Table of contents

Articles
Pages
Letter from the Editor
Raymond Stubbe
iv
The Impact of Learner-Related Variables on Second Language Incidental Vocabulary Acquisition through Listening
Sarvenaz Hatami
1-20 pdf
Vocab@Tokyo Articles
The Impact of Semantic Clustering on the Learning of Abstract Words
Tomoko Ishii
21-31 pdf
Responding to Research Challenges Related to Studying L2 Collocational Use in Professional Academic Discourse
Birgit Henriksen and Pete Westbrook
33-47 pdf
The Use of Psycholinguistic Formulaic Language in the Speech of Higher Level Japanese Speakers of English
Stephen F. Cutler
48-60 pdf
Profiling Lexical Diversity in College-level Writing
Melanie C. González
61-74 pdf
i-lex v1 and v2: An Improved Method of Assessing L2 Learner Ability to See Connections between Words? 
Ian Munby
75-94 pdf

VLI – Issue 05 (1) – 2016

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Vocabulary Learning and Instruction
Volume 5, Number 1
December 2016
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7820/vli.v05.1.2187-2759

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Table of contents

Articles
Pages
Letter from the Editor
Raymond Stubbe
iv
A Lexical Network Approach to the Acquisition of English Verbs of Memory: The Case of Japanese Learners
Shun Morimoto
1-17 pdf
Loanwords for Language Learners: Help or Hindrance?
Kaori Nakao
18-28 pdf
Book Review
Tools for Researching Vocabulary. P.M. Meara & I. Miralpeix (2017). Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters, (280 pages). ISBN: 978-1-78309-645-9
Review by Jon Clenton
29-33 pdf
Commentary
‘‘I Don’t Know’’ Use and Guessing on the Bilingual Japanese Vocabulary Size Test: Clarifications and Limitations
Kurtis McDonald and Mayumi Asaba
34-39 pdf
Report
Report on Vocab@Tokyo
Rob Waring
40-41 pdf

Vocab@Tokyo 2016 Handbook

VLI is proud to present the handbook for Vocab@Tokyo, an international conference on vocabulary learning and teaching which was held at Meiji Gakuin University in central Tokyo on September 12-14, 2016 in co-operation with the JALT Vocabulary SIG. The conference was the second in the series of “Vocab@” conferences, following the inaugural conference held at Wellington, New Zealand, in 2013. This handbook features extended (1000-word) abstracts of presentations the world’s top vocabulary researchers.

Vocab@Tokyo 2016 Handbook

The handbook has been assigned a journal level DOI: https://www.doi.org/10.7820/vli.vocab.handbook.2016

Conference Chair: Rob Waring (Notre Dame Seishin University, Japan)
Program Chair: Laurence Anthony (Waseda University, Japan)
Co-Site Chair: Charles Browne (Meiji Gakuin University, Japan)
Co-Site Chair: Tomoko Ishii (Meiji Gakuin University, Japan)

Handbook Editorial Staff:
Brandon Kramer (Editor), Imogen Custance, Clint Denison, Steve Porritt

Scientific Committee:
Kiyomi Chujo, Tom Cobb, David Coulson, Averil Coxhead, Tad Kamimoto, Batia Laufer, Atsushi Mizumoto, Tatsuya Nakata, Geoffrey Pinchbeck, John Racine, Diane Schmitt, Anna Siyanova, Jeffrey Stewart, Yukio Tono, Stuart Webb

Sponsors: Meiji Gakuin University, JALT Vocabulary SIG

VLI – Issue 04 (2) – 2015

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Vocabulary Learning and Instruction
Volume 4, Number 2
December 2015
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7820/vli.v04.2.2187-2759

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Articles
Pages
Letter from the Editor
Raymond Stubbe
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A Japanese Word Association Database of English
George Higginbotham, Ian Munby and John P. Racine
1-20 pdf
On Using Corpus Frequency, Dispersion, and Chronological Data to Help Identify Useful Collocations
James Rogers, et al. 
21-37 pdf
Replacing Translation Tests With Yes/No Tests
Raymond Stubbe
38-48 pdf
Commentary
Low-Confidence Responses on the Vocabulary Size Test
Paul Hutchinson
49-51 pdf
Four SLA PhD programs
Cardiff University PhD Program in Applied Linguistics (Lexical Studies) 52-55
Carnegie Mellon University Doctoral Program in Second Language Acquisition, Department of Modern Languages 56-58
The University of Nottingham Vocabulary Research Group 59-63
Victoria University of Wellington PhD in Applied Linguistics, Second Language Vocabulary Acquisition 64-65

 

VLI – Issue 04 (1) – 2015

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Vocabulary Learning and Instruction
Volume 4, Number 1
October 2015
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7820/vli.v04.1.2187-2759
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Article
Pages  pdf
Letter from the Editor
Raymond Stubbe
 iv
A Test of the New General Service List
Tim Stoeckel & Phillip Bennett
1-8 pdf
Psychometric Properties of Word Association Test with Regard to Adolescent EFL Learners
Hye Won Shin
9-15 pdf
“I Don’t Know” Use and Guessing on the Bilingual Japanese Vocabulary Size Test: A Preliminary Report
Kurtis McDonald & Mayumi Asaba
16-25 pdf
An Empirical Examination of the Effect of Guessing on Vocabulary Size Test Scores
Stuart McLean, Brandon Kramer & Jeffrey Stewart
26-35 pdf
Second Language Vocabulary Assessment Studies: Validity Evidence and Future Directions
Rie Koizumi
36-46 pdf
An Investigation of Different Text Levels on L2 Learners’ Vocabulary Learning Rates in an Extensive Reading Program
Anna C-S. Chang
47-57 pdf
Measuring Knowledge of Words with Multiple Meanings
Yuko Hoshino
58-65 pdf
Are Learners Aware of Effective Ways to Learn Second Language Vocabulary from Retrieval? Perceived Effects of Relative Spacing, Absolute Spacing, and Feedback Timing on Vocabulary Learning
Tatsuya Nakata
66-73 pdf
Mastery Sentences: A Window into the Interplay between Word Knowledge Types
Andrew Gallacher
74-82 pdf
Researching Vocabulary in the EFL Context: A Commentary on Four Studies for JALT Vocabulary SIG
Stuart Webb
83-94 pdf

VLI – Issue 03 (1) – 2014

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Vocabulary Learning and Instruction
Volume 3, Number 1
December 2014
doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.7820/vli.v03.1.2187-2759
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Table of contents

Articles
Pages
Letter from the Editor
Raymond Stubbe
iv
Vocabulary Research in the Modern Language Journal: A Bibliometric Analysis
Paul M. Meara
1-28 pdf
Do Japanese Students Overestimate or Underestimate Their Knowledge of English Loanwords More than Non-loanwords on YesNo Vocabulary Tests?
Raymond Stubbe
29-43 pdf
Is the Vocabulary Level of the Reading Section of the TOEFL Internet-Based Test Beyond the Lexical Level of Japanese Senior High School Students?
Masaya Kaneko
44-50 pdf
A Methodology for Identification of the Formulaic Language Most Representative of High-frequency Collocations
James Rogers, Chris Brizzard, Frank Daulton, Cosmin Florescu, Ian MacLean, Kayo Mimura, John O’Donoghue, Masaya Okamoto, Gordon Reid, & Yoshiaki Shimada
51-65 pdf
Commentary
Reaction Time Methodologies and Lexical Access in Applied Linguistics
John P. Racine
66-70 pdf