Japanese Literature, emphasizing Enchi Fumiko's literary works, Japanese Language Instruction.
Since 1983 Hiromi Kinjo has taught various classes, from beginning to advanced, and conversational to business Japanese. Aside from teaching at LMU and LMU Extension, she prior taught at Santa Monica College and UCLA Extension. In 2011, Hiromi Kinjo received the UCLA Extension Distinguished Instructors Award.
Prof. Kinjo believes that learning a target language is ultimately a tool to develop more eﬀective and smooth relationships with people from diﬀerent countries. Her teaching style originates from her ﬁrm belief that it is not that without instructors, students can't learn, but without students, instructors can't teach.
University of California Los Angeles: Ph.D., Comparative Literature
University of California Los Angeles: M.A., Teaching English as a Second Language and Comparative Literature
University of California Los Angeles: B.A., English and Japanese
Areas of Expertise (2)
Japanese Language Instruction
Sample Talks (4)
Multiple Uses of Magnets in Teaching for Foreign Language Professors
Origami, the Japanese Art of Folding Paper
Japanese Cultural Workshop
Bento Beneath the Palms
In conjunction with the Asian Pacific Student Services, LMU.
Oral Refusals of Invitations and Requests in English and JapaneseJournal of Asian Culture
"Oral Refusals of Invitations and Requests in English and Japanese." Journal of Asian Culture 11 (1987): 85-106