The Language in Teaching International Law Relevant to Japan
This chapter seeks to answer a seemingly straightforward question: Does combining disciplinary education and advanced language learning compromise the pedagogical objectives of either? I answer that question by introducing a case study of a course I have taught for five years which combines advanced legal education within a Japanese language context. My eventual conclusion based on this experience is that you 'can have your cake and eat it to' - that is, achieve both disciplinary and language...[Show more]
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