Departmental Bulletin Paper Flipped Classrooms and their Implications for English Education in Japan

LEIS, Adrian

 In this paper, I discuss the benefits of implementing the flipped learning approach into Japanese English as a Foreign Language (EFL) classes. The paper begins with a review of previous research related to the passiveness of Japanese students in EFL classes, followed by an introduction to flipped learning. After describing the steps of how to flip a classroom, the paper concludes with suggestions of how the flipped learning approach to teaching can be beneficial for Japanese learners of English by promoting autonomy as well as increasing the amount of production on students' behalf.

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