Back issues of The School House – ISSN (1881-0713)
Thomas Lockley – What motivates higher achievers in Japanese high school?
Autoethnography Column: Hiromi Osuka (Edited by: Tim Murphey, Steven Ryan and Thomas Arundrud)
Michi Saki – Unlocking the Door to Language Learning Success: Exploring Key Factors of Motivation and Motivational Strategies in the L2 Classroom
Autoethnography Column: Vick Ssali & Umida Ashurova: Joint Autoethnographies – Sharing Ideas and Experiences (Edited by: Tim Murphey, Stephen Ryan, and Thomas Amundrud)
Sara Jespersen – Lesson Plan: Trains
Sylvain Bergeron – Lesson design strategy within a team teaching approach
Jean-Pierre Joseph Richard – How do Japanese high school learners describe English?
Peter McGill – Lesson Plan: Find the Spies
Dan Frost – Errors in junior high school English textbooks in Japan
Harada Jun – Let’s delve into the minds of ‘bad students’
Review: Patrick Gorham – Empathy Oral Communication I
Nathan Ducker – Focusing on change – the real role of the native English speaker in junior and senior high schools in Japan
Fleur Ogura - Utilizing the lexical approach to teach vocabulary in high schools
Stephen Mackerras – Confessions of a solitary talker
Stephen Mackerras – Listening to the Student’s Voice: Survey Use in the School Classroom
Shigeru Ozaki - International Understanding through English Language Education: Two Main Approaches and Objectives
William Matheny – Fantasy and suspense in the syllabus: the “William Note” innovation
Melodie Cook – Outsourcing In-service: Recommendations for Domestic and Foreign Educational Agencies
William Matheny – An English Conversation Contest?
永松朋美 - IIPに参加して.
Colin Sloss - Why the JET Program failed.
Roger Pattimore - Planet Eigo: Down to Earth Team Teaching.
Albert McCann - Can Adolescents Become Autonomous Language Learners?
Asako Kato - Error Analysis of High School Student Essays
William Matheny - Exploring JTE Core Turf: A Survey on Reading Instruction
Albert McCann - Back to Basics
David Heywood - Tackling Katakana Pronunciation with English Haiku
Steven Herder - Use of Mother Tongue: Successfully Negotiating the Slippery Slope
Stephen Pihlaja – Caught in the Middle: Grammar, Textbooks, and the Japanese High School
Benedict Rowlett – Experiences in the Development and Running of a Home Stay Preparation Course for High School Students
Richard B. Bales – Insearch of Urban Lingo
William Matheny – An Interview with Anthony Bianchi
Roger Pattimore – Which way forward? Views from the Frontline of Secondary School English Education
Richard R. Bales – Helping Students Discover their Hidden English
Stephen Pihlaja – “Would you like to dance with me, Miwa?”: Gender Roles and the EFL Text.
William Matheny, Adam Murray, Roger Pattimore, and Carolyn Pieroway - An Interview with Noriko Nakada.
Jake Arnold - The Robot Games: Maze, Tower, and Cooking.
David Svoboda – Effective Teaching For Low–level Students: “Front Loading” the Lesson with Listening
Benedict Rowlett – Experiences in the Development and Running of a Homestay Preparation Course for High School Students (Part 1 of 2)
Daniel Droukis – Giving Students a Sense of Accomplishment through Interview Questions
Milo Asay – Experiences with Learner-centered Education
William Matheny – Interview with Misashi Higashino
Albert McCann – Book Review: The Collapse of Schools
And further back than that try here (be patient as it takes a while to load) <http://web.archive.org/web/20030605095554/http://www.esl.sakuragaoka.ac.jp/tsh/>
(Thanks to Brett for the link)