Ng Chin Leong Patrick
ウン・チン・リオン、 パトリック Ng Chin Leong Patrick
国際経済学部/University of Niigata Prefecture, Faculty of International Economic Studies
Department of International Economic Studies
イギリス レスター大学（University of Leicester, UK）教育学博士課程 入学 教育博士号（Doctorate in Applied Linguistics and TESOL)
|1994年2月||BA Linguistics Massey University New Zealand|
|2000年12月||Master in English Studies National University of Singapore 2000|
|2000年8月||Nanyang Technological University School of Materials Science and Engineering Lecturer in Communication Skills|
|2006年12月||Doctorate in Education Applied Linguistics and TESOL University of Leicester|
|2007年4月||Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University Senior Lecturer|
|2009年四月||University of Niigata Prefecture Assistant Professor|
|2013年4月||University of Niigata Prefecture Associate Professor|
|2016年4月-present||University of Niigata Prefecture Professor|
CLIL 1, CLIL 1C
Integrated Skills I, II
International Businesss A, B
専門演習, II, III, IV
Dr Patrick Ng is currently Professor of Applied Linguistics and TESOL in the Faculty of International Economic Studies, University of Niigata Prefecture. His current research focuses on English as a Lingua Franca,Language Planning Policy, Teacher Agency, Teacher Identity, English-Medium Instruction, Native-Speakerism, Language Revitalisation, Mother Tongue Education and The Speak Mandarin Campaign.
Dr Patrick Ng is also the Book Reviews Editor of Current Issues in Language Planning (ISSN 1466-4208), published by Routledge since 2008, an international refereed journal which provides major summative and thematic review studies, and book reviews, spanning and focusing on the disparate language policy and planning literature related to Polities & Language Planning (http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rclp20/current).
He is also a board member of Linguapax Asia, a non-profit organisation affiliated with UNESCO. Linguapax aims to assist in the preservation and revitalization of endangered languages, bilingual and multilingual education.In addition to being a book editor, a panel speaker, workshop presenter, teacher educator, conference moderator and PhD dissertation examiner,
Dr Patrick Ng is also an invited manuscript reviewer for leading journals and edited book chapters: TESOL Journal, SAGE Open, Intercultural Communication Studies Journal, International Journal of Bilingual Studies and Bilingualism and Springer Language Policy Series. He is also a member of the Research Professional Council, TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) International and a founding member of the English as Lingua Franca research SIG in JACET (The Japan Association of College English Teachers).
Dr Patrick’s publications include:
(1). Patrick NG. (2017). A Study of Attitudes of Dialect Speakers towards the Speak Mandarin Campaign in Singapore (http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007%2F978-981-10-3443-5)
(2). Patrick NG. (2017). Teacher Agency and Policy Response (https://www.routledge.com/Teacher-Agency-and-Policy-Response-in-English-Language-Teaching/Ng-Boucher-Yip/p/book/9781138181892)
(3). Patrick NG. (2014). Local Contextual Influences on Teaching: Narrative Insights from ESL and EFL Professionals (http://www.cambridgescholars.com/local-contextual-influences-on-teaching
(1)Patrick NG. (2014).Readers Theatre: Setting the Stage for Oral reading Fluency. In Rahma Al-Mahrooqi & Adrian Roscoe (Eds.). Focusing on EFL Reading: Theory and Practice. pp.190-219.Cambridge Scholars.
(2)Patrick NG (2014). Local contextual factors in the Japanese EFL classroom. In Ng, P&. Boucher-Yip, E. Local Contextual Influences on Teaching. Narrative Insights from ESL and EFL Professionals. pp.1-16.Cambridge Scholars.
(3)Patrick NG (2014). Contextual influences on teachers’ writing instruction: Insights from the Diaries of three ESL/EFL professionals. In Rahma Al, Vijay S. & Roscoe. (Eds). Methodologies for effective writing instruction in EFL and ESL classrooms.pp.14-27.USA:IGI.
(4)Patrick NG. (2016).Singapore’s English-knowing bilingual policy: a critical examination.2016). In Kirkpatrick, R. (Eds). English language education policy in Asia. pp.265-280.Springer International.
(5). Patrick NG. (2016). Societal Multilingualism. 国際地域学入門.小谷．黒田.水上. 第三部．国際地域学点描：コラムとキ-ワ-ド 勉誠出版 pp.276-281.
(6).Patrick NG. (2017). Sociocultural factors affecting teacher agency in English-medium instruction in Japan. In Ng, C.L.P.& Boucher-Yip (Eds.). Teacher Agency and Policy Response in English Language Teaching. The Routledge Research in Language Education Series. pp.160-173.Routledge: London.
(7) Patrick NG. (2018). Overcoming institutional native-speakerism: The experience of one teacher. In Houghton, S. & Hashimoto,K. (Eds.)Towards Post-Native-Speakerism: Dynamics and Shifts. pp.25-40.Springer.
(8) Patrick NG. (2018). Enacting an ELF-informed English-medium instruction curriculum:an autoethnography. In Murata,K. (Eds.)English-medium instruction from an Eglish as a Lingua Franca perspective. pp.123-136.Routledge.
(9) Patrick NG. (2019). Singapore's Language Policy:Agentive Responses and Views of Individual Singaporeans. In Bouchard, J & Gregory, G.(Eds.)Agency in Language Policy and Planning. pp.171-189.Routledge.
1. KAHENHIN GRANT MEXT (YOUNG SCIENTIST)2007-2008 文部科学省科学研究費幇助金（若手研究（スタートアップ）
TITLE :PROMOTING INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION THROUGH PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING 日本の大学における問題指向的学習による国際教育の促進
2. KAHENHIN GRANT MEXT (BASIC RESEARCH C)2009-2013 文部科学省科学研究費幇助金 基盤研究 （C）演劇作成による英語能力向上
TITLE: IMPROVING ENGLISH SKILLS THROUGH DRAMA
3. UNIVERSITY OF NIIGATA PREFECTURE GRANT 2012-2013
TITLE: ESTABLISHING L2 IDENTITY THROUGH MULTICULTURAL LITERACY
4. UNIVERSITY OF NIIGATA PREFECTURE GRANT 2013-2014
TITLE: LOCAL CONTEXTUAL FACTORS ON TEACHING: NARRATIVE INSIGHTS FROM ESL/EFL PROFESSIONALS
JOURNAL ARTICLES － Peer Reviewed
Patrick Ng. 2017.English through Drama: Creative Activities for Inclusive ELT Classes. ELT Journal, Volume 71, Issue 3,, Pages 393–395, https://doi.org/10.1093/elt/ccx014
*Patrick NG. 2016.Primary school English reform in Japan: Policies, progress & challenges.Current Issues in language Planning.Vol 17. Issue 2.pp.215-225.
*Patrick NG Chin Leong. 2016.English-medium instruction in Japanese universities: policy implementation and constraints. Current Issues in Language Planning. Vol 18 (1),pp.57-67.
*Patrick Ng. & Dodge,P. (2015).Situating English as a Lingua Franca in Context: Narratives From Japanese and Chinese Classrooms.Journal of Intercultural Communication Studies Journal.pp.50-63.
*Patrick NG. 2016. Teaching English as a Lingua Franca in a Japanese University: An Autoethnography. Waseda Working Papers in ELF (English as Lingua Franca.). vol 5.pp.171-185.
*Patrick NG (2015). A study of attitudes of dialect speakers towards the Speak Mandarin Campaign in Singapore’
*Patrick NG (2015). The pedagogical relevance of Readers Theatre in the Japanese Classroom.
*Patrick Ng. (2014)Mother tongue education in Singapore: Concerns, issues and controversies. Special Issue in Current Issues in Language Planning Journal -CILP special issue on language planning and multilingual education. (Accepted for publication).
*Patrick NG. Contextual influences on the Teaching Practice of a beginning TESOL teacher: A narrative inquiry. Asian EFL Journal. Vol.14 (2),pp.9-32.June 2012.
*Patrick NG. The planning of English in Multilingual Singapore: Conflicts, Controversies and Challenges. Journal of English as an International Language. Vol.7 (1), pp.22-39. May 2012.
*Patrick NG. Dramatising the EFL classroom through Readers Theatre. The Language Teacher. Japan Association of Language Teaching. JALT publication. Issue 36:2, pp.28-29.March 2012.
*Patrick NG. Mandarin Language and the Cultural Identity of Chinese Dialect Speaking Singaporeans. Journal of Intercultural Communication. 異文化コミュニケーシヨン. Society for Intercultural Education, Training, And Research (SIETAR). No.14, pp.1-13. April 2011.
*Patrick NG. Readers Theatre. Readers Theatre in the Chinese EFL classroom: Setting the stage for oral performance. King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi Journal of Language Education. February 2011, vol 14, pp1-5.
*Patrick NG. Readers Theatre: Improving oral proficiency in a Japanese university EFL course. English Language Teaching World Online.Centre for English Language. National University of Singapore. Volume 2.p1-15.December 2010.
*Patrick NG Chin Leong. Promoting problem-based learning through collaborative writing. The English Teacher. Malaysian English Language Teaching Association. vol 37, pp49-60. 2008.
*Ng, Chin Leong, Patrick. Energising the EFL classroom: Problem-Based Learning (PBL). In K. Bradford Watts, T. Muller, & M. Swanson (Eds.). Japan Association of Language Teaching 2007. Conference Proceedings. Tokyo
*Patrick Ng Chin Leong. Energising the EFL Classroom through Readers Theatre. STETS Language and Communication Review Journal.Volume 2, No. 2.Dec 2003. pp. 25-28.
*Patrick Ng Chin Leong. “Voices of Resistance to the Speak Mandarin Campaign (SMC) in Singapore,” The Linguistic Association of Korea Journal. Vol.11, No. 4. Dec 2003. Page 265-275.
*Patrick Ng Chin Leong. “Theatre in the Classroom: Using Readers Theatre to Improve EFL Learners’ Oral Skills.,” The English Teacher: An International Journal. July 2002 .pp.230-241.
*Patrick Ng Chin Leong, Esther F. Boucher. Extending the Language Frontier of EFL Students through Readers Theatre. Teaching and Learning. Singapore. June 2002.pp. 27-37.
*Patrick Ng Chin Leong. Readers Theatre (How to set it up in your class). The English Teacher: An International Journal November 2002. pp.455-457.
*Patrick Ng Chin Leong, Improving Oral Skills Through Readers Theatre. Proceedings of PAC3 at JALT 2001. The 27th Annual International Conference of the Japan Association for Language Teaching. Annual Volume produced by the Conference Publication Committee of the Japan Association for language Teaching. Nov 2002.pp. 379-387.
*Patrick Ng Chin Leong. Teaching Oral English through Readers Theatre (RT). TESOL Journal. vol 11, no. 4. December 2002. pp. 34-35.
JOURNAL ARTICLES －LOCAL/REGIONAL
*Patrick Ng. Chino Junichiro. Cultivating Japanese with Communicative abilities: What Japanese high school teachers say.国際地域研究論集第三.March 2012.Vol 3,pp.93-109. University of Niigata Prefecture.
*Patrick NG. Language Planning in Action: Singapore’s Multilingual and Bilingual Policy. Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific Journal. 2011, volume 30. pp1-12.
*Patrick NG Chin Leong. Language Planning in Multilingual Singapore: Concerns, Issues and Problems. 国際地域研究論集第二.March 2011.Vol 2,pp.223-236. University of Niigata Prefecture.
*Patrick NG Chin Leong. Dramatising the ISRD classroom through Readers Theatre. 国際地域研究論集第一号. 2010.Vol.1.pp.37-49. University of Niigata Prefecture.
*Patrick Ng Chin Leong. Reflections on Singapore’s Speak Mandarin Campaign. NEAR Conference Working Papers 2010. NEAR 2010-05.http://www.iuj.ac.jp/near/publications/pdf/NEAR-2010-05.pdf.
*Patrick Ng Chin Leong. The power of problem-based learning (PBL) in the EFL classroom. Polyglossia. The Ritsumeikan Center for Asia Pacific Studies. 2009.vol. 16.pp.41-48.
*Patrick Ng Chin Leong. The impact of Readers Theatre in the EFL classroom. Polyglossia. 2008.vol.14.pp. 1-8.
*Patrick NG Chin Leong. Using problem-based scenarios in Readers Theatre. Essential Teacher. 2008.Issue 4, pp31-33.
*Patrick Ng Chin Leong, Readers Theatre in the EFL classroom. ELT at the crossroads； 40 years of Research, Training, and Service. Korea University, Soul, Korea. The Korea Association of Teachers of English 2005 International Conference Proceedings, June 24-25, 2005.
*Patrick Ng Chin Leong. Review of Refining Composition Skills, 5th edition. The Journal of Engaged Pedagogy. Vol 4, No.1, March 2005.pp.111-112.
*Patrick Ng Chin Leong. Review of Speaking Effectively to One or One Thousand. Essential Teacher (TESOL) Journal. Volume 1, No.3. July 2004.pp. 59.
*Patrick Ng Chin Leong, Jeffrey Mok Chi Hoe. Problem Based Learning (PBL): Impact on Collaborative Among Engineering Students. Proceedings of International Association of Cooperation and Learning (IASCE) 2004, June 22-24.Carlton Hotel. Singapore.
Patrick Ng Chin Leong, The Power of Readers Theatre in the EFL classroom. 4th International TEFL International Conference. August 18-20, 2006, Seinan Gakuin University, Fukuoka, Japan.
Patrick Ng Chin Leong. Problem-based Learning. The Japan Association for Language Teaching 33rd International Conference. National Olympics Memorial Youth Center. November 22－25, 2007, Tokyo.
Patrick Ng Chin Leong. The Power of Readers Theatre in the North-East Asian Classroom. The 1st Annual N.E.A.R. Language Education Conference. May 30 2009. University of Niigata Prefecture.
Patrick Ng Chin Leong. Language planning in a cross cultural context: A case study of the Speak Mandarin Campaign in Singapore . The 24rd Annual Conference of SIETAR. Intercultural Communication: Past, Present & Future. September 26-27, 2009. Reitaku University, Chiba, Japan.
Patrick Ng Chin Leong. Readers Theatre : Dramatising environment issues for oral skills development. The Asian Conference on Education. Local Problems, Global Solutions? October 25, 2009 Ramadan Hotel, Osaka Japan.
Ng Chin Leong, Patrick Howard Brown, JohnAdamson, Naoki Fujimoto-Adamson and Mizuho Suzuki. Self Access: Voices, growth and community. Japan Association for Language Teaching (JALT) Conference November 23, 2009. Granship, Shizuoka, Japan.
Patrick Ng. Planning in the NEAR Context: The Speak Mandarin Campaign in Singapore. Sharing and Applying. 2nd Annual NEAR Language Education Conference. May 29, 2010.University of Niigata Prefecture.
Patrick NG. Multicultural Literacy Education in a Prefectural University: Traversing Comfort Zones and Putting Knowledge into Action. The 22nd Japan-US Teacher Education Consortium.July 22nd-July 25th, 2010.Tamagawa University.
Patrick NG, Chino, Junichiro. Cultivating Japanese with Communicative English Abilities: A study of views and attitudes of Japanese English Teachers. Japan Association of College English Teaching. 49th Convention, September 2010, Miyagi, Japan.
Patrick NG Chin Leong. Setting the Stage for Communicative Competence in the Chinese EFL classroom through Readers Theatre (Workshop). The Sietar Japan 25th Annual Conference. Bunkyo Gakuin University, Tokyo. October 22-23, 2010.
Patrick NG Chin Leong. Readers Theatre in the Asian EFL classroom: Setting the stage for Intercultural Communication. Languages of Education: The Chinese Context. The Hongkong Institute of Education. October 30-31, 2010.
Patrick Ng. English in the linguistic ecology of Singapore: Issues and Problems. The 28th National Conference of the Japanese Association for Asian Englishes. July 2, 2011. Kyoto Foreign College. Japan.
Patrick Ng. Language Planning in Action: The Speak Mandarin Campaign in Singapore. The 16th World Congress of Applied Linguistics (AILA 2011) Harmony in Diversity: language, Culture, Society. August 23-28, 2011, Beijing.
Patrick Ng. Drama in the Asian EFL classroom: Enhancing communicative competence through Readers Theatre. The 16th World Congress of Applied Linguistics (AILA 2011) Harmony in Diversity: language, Culture, Society. August 23-28, 2011, Beijing.
Lasisi Ajayi. Patrick Ng. Teacher candidates’ views of how two teacher preparation programmes in the US and Japan prepare candidates to teach multicultural literacy. The 23rd Annual Japan US Teacher Education Conference (JUSTEC). September 11-14th.University of Massachusetts. US.
Patrick Ng. Bilingual Education in Multilingual Singapore: Conflicts, Controversies and Challenges. PAC and the 20th International Symposium and Book Fair on English Teaching. November 9-11, Taipei. 2011.
Patrick NG Chin Leong. Developing L2 identity of Japanese EFL learners through multicultural literacy. The 4th Annual N.E.A.R. Language Education Conference. May 26,2012.University of Niigata Prefecture, Japan.
Patrick NG Chin Leong (Panel Chair). Perspectives on English as a foreign language. Cultural Convergence and conflict in global context: Rethinking the phenomenon of ‘Glocalisation’. The 18th International Conference of the International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies, June 8-11, 2012, Taipei.
*EXTERNAL EXAMINER FOR DOCTORATE THESIS:UNDERSTANDING JAPANESE SOJOURING EXPEREINCES IN A STUDY ABROAD CONTEXT, RITSUMEIKAN ASIA PACIFIC UNIVERSITY, JULY 12, 2013.
*Patrick NG. Symposium organiser and Panel Speaker. English as a Lingua Franca and Native-speakerism in ELT. JACET ELF Special Interest Group’s Symposium. April 29th, 2017. Waseda University.
*Patrick NG. Invited Panel Speaker. Enacting an ELF-informed teaching paradigm: The experience of one teacher. Paradigm shifting in Asian Englishes: Promoting an ELF mindset in Japan. 愛知大学人文社会学研究所プロジェクト／国際英語教育研究会 Forum. April 22, 2017, Aichi University, Nagoya, Japan.
*Patrick NG. Invited Plenary Speaker. My transformation as an ELF practitioner: Insights from an Outer-Circle teacher」 玉川大学英語教育セミナー「2017 CELF-ELTama Forum for English Language Teaching」Tamagawa University, August 22 2017.
*Patrick NG 2017年1月小学校教員対象英語教授法集中セミナーアメリカ大使館主催ニューヨーク大学プロフェッショナル学部東京校提供
*Patrick NG. ２０１６年.８月.共通語としての英語(ELF) - グローバル化した世界でのコミュニケーション手段：英語を媒介とする授業(EMI) におけるELF に焦点をあてて。 一般社団法人大学英語教育学会 第55回（2016年度）国際大会
*Patrick NG 2016 July.新潟県立大学 教授昇任公開講演／Professor Lecture. Who speaks what language to whom and when: Why Sociolinguistics matter
*Patrick NG.２０１６．December.緯度０.日常のシンガーポル. 豊栄発異文化への旅 Joy English Club Invited Speaker:豊栄発異文化への旅
*Patrick NG. Workshop Presenter. Narrative Inquiry Research. TESOL Research Mentoring Workshop. The 2016 TESOL International Conference. Baltimore, USA. April 3-5, 2016.
*Patrick NG. Invited Panel Speaker. The Politics of EMI and Approaches and Attitudes to ELF in Japanese Academic Contexts.’ The 8th International Conference of English as a Lingua Franca, Beijing. August 25-27, 2015.
*Patrick NG. Panel Moderator. Foreign Language Education. The Conference on Education and Human Development in Asia. March 2-4, 2014. Hiroshima.
*Patrick NG. Panel Moderator. Perspectives on English as a Foreign Language. The 18th International Conference of the International Association for Intercultural Communicatoin Studies. Cultural Convergence and Conflict in Global Context: Rethinking the Phenomenon of “Glocalization”, Taipei. June 8-11, 2012.
*Patrick NG. Guest Speaker. English as an international language: The case of Singapore. Self Access Lecture Series, 26th June 2012.University of Niigata Prefecture.
*Patrick Ng. Panel Speaker & Discussant. Establishing L2 Identity through Multicultural Literacy. Good Practice Symposium.ELT in the Age of Globalization: Trends, Innovations and Challenges. March 2012.
*Patrick NG. Workshop Presenter. Drama in the Asian EFL classroom: Enhancing communicative competence through Readers Theatre. The 16th World Congress of Applied Linguistics (AILA 2011) Harmony in Diversity: language, Culture, Society, Beijing. August 23-28, 2011.
*Patrick NG. Seminar Presenter. Setting the Stage for Communicative Competence through Readers Theatres. The 38th (2010) JACET Seminar Programme. Theory and Practice in Communicative Language Teaching (CLT)-the role of the European Language Portfolio (ELP) Conference. Kusatsu Seminar House, Gunma, Japan. Vol 10, pp.31-36.
*Patrick NG. Guest Lecturer. Good Practice Lecture Series: Language use in a multilinguistic society: A Singaporean perspective, University of Niigata Prefecture. November 2009.
1. JACET-ELF SIG
2. Linguapax Asia
My teaching practice is rooted in the philosophy that a university education should encourage a lifelong love for learning. I try to cultivate in my students a love of the English language, literature, culture, as well as a cross-cultural perspective. Being aware that a majority of students experience a level of anxiety in English learning, I am sensitive to the importance of a user-friendly, low-stress classroom. I believe that an effective teacher should be student-centred and yet able to facilitate diverse learning opportunities in the classroom. Since there is a continuum of students in a class, I try to integrate all four skills of reading, speaking, listening and writing in my instructional practices. To develop students’ linguistic ownership in English and to help them connect with other English-speaking communities locally and globally, I blend traditional methods with multimedia approaches by using authentic videos and audios in my teaching. When I am not teaching, I can be found in my favourite ramen shop in downtown Furumachi in Niigata city enjoying a bowl of ramen with my family.
English as Lingua Franca, Multilingualism, Language Planning, Dialects, Speak Mandarin Campaign, Teacher Education, English as a Foreign Language, Sociolinguistics
To unpathed waters, undreamed shores