Dissertation 
 Master’s Thesis (Written in Japanese)
     Seo, A. (2012) On the creation of writing assessment standards for intermediate-level Japanese learners’ essays in the field of Japanese language education – based on the JF Standard. Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Tokyo, Japan (Academic advisor: Tomimori, Nobuo)
Paper Submissions (All of which were written in Japanese)
     Seo, A. (2017). A review about a Multiliteracies Framework for Collegiate Foreign Language Teaching, JAFLE Bulletin, 20, JAFLE, pp.264-270. (Refereed)
     Tomimori, N., Seo, A. (2015). Problems of CEFR levels and can-do statements from the questionnaire results for learners of non-EU languages - especially focused on examples of learners of Asian languages, Research Accomplishment Report for Comprehensive Study on Language Education Policies and Cross-Linguistic Proficiency Evaluation Methods for Asian Languages, pp.113-126. (Non-refereed) 
     Seo, A. (2014). A proposal for an assessment model for Japanese writing class: the Triangle Model using can-do statements and Facebook, JAFLE Bulletin, 17, JAFLE, pp.147-160. (Refereed) 
     Seo, A. (2014). Using and applying the CEFR – in the field of foreign language education and Korean language education as a foreign language in Korea, Progress Report from 2012 to 2013 on Comprehensive Study on Language Education Policies and Cross-Linguistic Proficiency Evaluation Methods for Asian Languages, pp.39-50. (Non-refereed) 
     Seo, A. (2014). Creation of writing assessment standard for intermediate-level Japanese learners’ essays - based on the JF Standard, Language, Area and Culture Studies, 20, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, pp.193-213. (Refereed)
Domestic Conference Presentations (All of which were presented in Japanese)
  Seo, A. (2015). A proposal for an effective way of assessing Japanese essays: the Triangle Model using can-do statements and social network service, JAFLE 17th Research Conference, Tokyo, Japan. (Oral presentation, refereed)
     Seo, A. (2013). Current situation on introduction and application of CEFR for foreign language education and Korean language education as a foreign language in Korea – focused on examples, the 2nd Research Seminar of Grant-In-Aid for Scientific Research (B) Comprehensive Study on Language Education Policies and Cross-Linguistic Proficiency Evaluation Methods for Asian Languages (Principal researcher: Nobuo Tomimori), Tokyo, Japan. (Oral presentation, non-refereed)
     Seo, A. (2013). Results and analysis from self-assessment for beginner-level learners of Korean language, JAFLE 16th Research Conference, Tokyo, Japan. (Oral presentation, refereed)
     Seo, A. (2012). Creation of writing assessment standard for intermediate-level Japanese learners’ essays in the field of Japanese language education – based on the JF Standard, 2012 NKG Fall Conference, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. (Oral presentation, refereed) 
International Conference Presentations
  Seo, A. (2014). What are the most important factors to assess intermediate-level (CEFR B1) Japanese learners’ essays effectively? - based on the survey results among current teachers of the Japanese language, SYDNEY-ICJLE 2014, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. (Poster presentation in English, refereed)   
     Seo, A. (2014). What are the most important factors to assess intermediate-level Japanese learners’ essays effectively?, American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL) 2014, Portland, Oregon, United States. (Poster presentation in English, refereed)   

     Seo, A. (2013). A proposal for an effective way of assessing Japanese essays: the Triangle Model using can-do statements and social network service, 2013 ANU Japanese Studies Graduate Summer School, Canberra, ACT, Australia. (Oral presentation in English, refereed)
 

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