Hello, my name is Peter Schinckel ピーター・シンクル and
I am from New Zealand. Because my father is Australian
I actually have both New Zealand and Australian citizenships.
I have been living in Japan since October, 2000.
I am married (my wife is from Sapporo) and have three children.
Two are attending secondary school in New Zealand and my
youngest is attending elementary school in Sapporo. My hobbies and
sports include reading, listening to music, studying, along with
swimming, scuba diving and watching rugby. I love having BBQ’s
and my favourite season is summer.

Go confidently in the direction of your dreams.
Live the life you have imagined.
Henry David Thoreau

学 歴

サザンクイーンズランド大学              応用言語学修士 専攻中

タスマニア大学 オーストラリア          教育学修士 修了

マッシー大学 ニュージーランド          Certificate Early Years Education 修了

マッシー大学 ニュージーランド          経営学士 修了

トリニティ カレッジ  ロンドン        Cert. TESOL修了
Peter Schinckel(ピーター・シンクル)
Hokkaido is a lot like New Zealand with its
beautiful scenery, mountains and fresh air.
Like Hokkaido agriculture and tourism are
important to New Zealand’s economy. Japan
is New Zealand’s fourth largest trading partner
and for this reason Japanese language classes
are offered at a lot of secondary schools and
at our universities. Occasionally I take students
to New Zealand and I also help students planning
a working holiday or study program in New Zealand.
I have lots of information about New Zealand so
please come and see me. You will also have the
chance to try some famous New Zealand ‘Marmite

Teaching methodology: An overview of desuggestive learning and accelerated learning. (2015) Journal of the Society of
Humanities, Sapporo Gakuin University, Vol.97, pp. 145-156.

Unleashing Potential! 可能性を引き出す: Changing Students' Attitudes Towards English Through Teacher
Collaboration. (2014) 14th Annual CALL Plus conference, Sapporo, Japan. (Co-presented with Tsuri,H; Sato,K.J.M;
Takahashi,H; and Cotter,M.J.)

Dream in English. (2014) (Textbook co-authored with Cotter, M.; Friesen, K.;Hinkelman, D.; Olsen, R.; Sato, K.)
Sapporo, Japan.

“Language acquisition is just a matter of imitation!”  Demythologizing this popular belief. (2014) (co-authored with
Matthew J. Cotter), Journal of the Society of Humanities, Sapporo Gakuin University, Vol.96.

The motivational and economic impact of limited term employment contracts on full time foreign instructors in Japan.
(2013) The International Institute of Social and Economic Sciences (ISSES) conference, Prague, Czech Republic. Co-
authored with Cotter, M.J. and Sato, K.J.M. Presented by Sato, K.J.M.

Practical Pronunciation Activities. (2013) 9th Annual CamTESOL Conference, Cambodia.

Using poster presentations to improve students’ speaking and presentation skills. (2012) 12th Annual CALL Plus
conference, Sapporo, Japan.

Emergent literacy within a young learners EFL program. (2012) 8th Annual CamTESOL Conference, Cambodia.

Sensitive periods in second language learning. (2011) Journal of the Society of Humanities, Sapporo Gakuin University,
Vol.90, pp. 61-73.

On the feasibility of English immersion programs in Japan. (2011) (co-authored with Joel P. Rian), Journal of the Society
of Humanities, Sapporo Gakuin University, Vol.90, pp. 75-91.

Read aloud to your pre-schoolers - the power of pictures and words. (2006) ETJ EXPO Hokkaido Conference.

Sensitive and advantageous periods in first language learning: What are the implications for very young Japanese
learners of English? (2006) The International Journal of Language, Society and Culture. Issue 16.

Observations on the early development of bilingualism in Japanese and English.
(2004) JALT Hokkaido Journal Vol.8 pp. 53-68.

Second Language Acquisition of very young learners. (2003) JALT Hokkaido Conference.
It’s kind of fun to do the impossible. - Walt Disney

No one is perfect – that’s why pencils have erasers.
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