Applied Linguistics, Narrative Inquiry, Language and Identity
B.A., Sophia University
M.Ed., Ed.D., Temple University
Research and Teaching Interests：
I am an applied linguist whose interests include narrative inquiry and reflective personal narratives, multilingual identities, the sociocognitive approach to culture and learning, and second language writing.
- Okada, H. (2017). Researching people with illnesses and disabilities: Ethical dimensions. In J. McKinley & H. Rose (Eds.), Doing research in applied linguistics: Realties, dilemmas, and solutions (pp.124-133). Oxon: Routledge.
- Okada, H. & Casanave, C. P. (2012). Writing and researching between and beyond the labels. In R. Tang (Ed.), Academic writing in a second or foreign language: Issues and challenges facing ESL/EFL academic writers in higher education contexts (pp.167-185). London: Continuum.
- Okada, H. (2011). Negotiating the invisible: Two women making sense of chronic illness through narrative. In P. McPherron & V. Ramanathan (Eds.), Language, body, and Health (pp. 145-169). Boston/Berlin: De Gruyter.
- Atkinson, D., Okada, H., & Talmy, S. (2011). Ethnography and discourse analysis. In K. Hyland & B. Paltridge (Eds.), Companion to discourse analysis (pp. 85-100). London: Continuum.
- Atkinson, D., Churchill, E., Nishino, T., & Okada, H. (forthcoming, Dec. 2018). Language learning great and small: Environmental support structures and learning opportunities in a sociocognitive approach to second language acquisition/teaching. Modern Language Journal, 102(3).
- Churchill, E., Nishino, T., Okada, H., & Atkinson, D. (2010). Symbiotic gesture and the sociocognitive visibility of grammar in second language acquisition. Modern Language Journal, 94(2), 234-253.
- Atkinson, D., Churchill, E., Nishino, T., & Okada, H. (2007). Alignment and interaction in a sociocognitive approach to second language acquisition. Modern Language Journal, 91(2), 169-188.
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ACADEMIC ENGLISH SKILLS