Language Teaching Professionals:

Introductory Certificate in Teaching English to Children, one day course

Date: Tuesday, February 11th, 2003 Time: 10:00 AM - 5:15 PM

Speaker: David Paul, author of Finding Out, Communicate, and more.

This is a one-day certificate course in teaching English to elementary school children. Trainer David Paul is the author of Finding Out, Communicate, Songs and Games for Children, Discover English, Discover the World, and Discover the Universe.
The components of the course:

  1. How do children learn?
  2. Getting children fully involved in playing and learning.
  3. Using phonics to develop active reading and writing.
  4. Integrating and having fun with songs.
  5. Planning lessons that keep children focused and motivated.
  6. Practice with various language targets.
All sessions will be interactive and full of games. There will be many examples of activities for teachers to take away and use in classes.
To join, please contact David English House by e-mail or fax (082-244-2651). Members of ETJ (English Teachers in Japan) receive a discount; membership in ETJ is free and you can join on the day of this event.

Organization: Language Teaching Professionals

Cost: ETJ Members: 9,000 yen for ETJ members (membership is free and it is possible to join on the day of the event)
Non-members: 12,000 yen

Venue: Rosai Kaikan, 1-12-22 Sainen, Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa 920-0024 (7 minutes' walk from JR Kanazawa station)

Location: Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan


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