Fumiko Narumi-Munro

Teaching Fellow in Japanese

Background

Fumiko Narumi-Munro teaches Japanese language to undergraduate students (Years 1 to 4) as well as being the course organiser for first year students and Year Abroad coordinator for Japanese Honours students. She also became the coordinator for the e-Learning project HANABI in 2009.

Over the past years she was nominated for the EUSA Teaching Award, and she won the EUSA Innovative Teaching Award in the academic year 2011-2012, and the EUSA Best Course Award for Japanese 2A, jointly with Japanese 2B, in the year 2012-13 .

Undergraduate teaching

Japanese Language 1

Japanese Language 2

Japanese Language 3

Japanese 4 Oral

Practical Japanese 1

Practical Japanese 2

Research summary

Her research interests include teaching Japanese as a foreign language, modern/contemporary art, in particular Pop art, popular culture, e-Learning and game-based learning.

Research activity