Castle Howard (near York)








Publications

Books

Stott, N. (2004). Success in English Conversation. Kitakyushu: Pukeko.

Stott, N. (2003). Twenty Ways to See the World. Tokyo: Seibido.

Academic Papers

Stott, N. (2006). "A Study of Code-Switching in Newsletter Articles Written by Native English Speakers Residing in Japan." Journal of the Faculty of Integrated Human Studies and Social Sciences, Fukuoka Prefectural University, 14(2), pp.31-50.

Stott, N. (2004b). "The Enhancement of Learning and Teaching Quality in Higher Education: Faculty development in the United Kingdom and its relevance to Japanese university teachers." Journal of the Faculty of Integrated Human Studies and Social Sciences, Fukuoka Prefectural University, 13(1), pp.45-66.

Stott, N. & Storey, C. (2004). "A Case Study of Faculty Development at a British University." Journal of the Faculty of Integrated Human Studies and Social Sciences, Fukuoka Prefectural University, 13(1), pp.111-130.

Stott, N. (2004a). "Familiarity Breeds Contempt: Reading Texts from Learners' Own Cultures Does Not Guarantee Recall." TESOL Quarterly, 38(2), pp.345-352.

Stott, N. & Storey, C. (2003). "Developing Collaboration, Communication, and Confidence in Japanese University Students: the role of first-year English classes." Journal of the Faculty of Integrated Human Studies and Social Sciences, Fukuoka Prefectural University, 12(1), pp.27-48.

Nojima, K., Storey, C. & Stott, N. (2003). "Student Motivation and Attitudes Towards Teacher-Facilitated Classroom Dialogues." Journal of the Faculty of Humanities, Kitakyushu University, 66, pp.19-35.

Stott, N. (2002). "Pedagogic Grammar and English Teaching in Japanese Secondary Schools." Journal of the Faculty of Integrated Human Studies and Social Sciences, Fukuoka Prefectural University, 11(1), pp.1-13.

Stott, N. (2001). "Helping ESL Students Become Better Readers: Schema Theory Applications and Limitations". The Internet TESL Journal (November, 2001).

Stott, N. (1999). "CALL and Recall: An Investigation into the Effects of CALL Listening Tasks on Learner Recall and Comprehension". (591kb download) Masters Thesis, University of Surrey, United Kingdom.