ETJ:

Chubu ELT Expo

Date: Sunday, October 19th, 2003 Time: 9:15 AM - 6:30 PM

Speaker: Aleda Krause, Chuck Sandy, David Paul, Ritsuko Nakata, Rob Waring, Steven Molinsky, more

Description:
2003 marks the start of an exciting innovation -- the ETJ English Language Teachers' Expos 9-City Tour! Each Expo will have between four and eight rooms with concurrent presentations, and a very wide range of teaching materials on display. Some regions of Japan will never have seen anything that supports English language teaching on this scale.
Guest speakers include Aleda Krause, Chuck Sandy, David Paul, Ritsuko Nakata, Rob Waring, Steven Molinsky, and many more, including local teachers.
The current list of sponsors is as follows:

  • Abax
  • Apricot
  • Banner
  • The British Council
  • Cambridge University Press
  • David English House
  • DynEd
  • EFL Press
  • Independent Publishers International
  • Intercom
  • Language Solutions
  • Longman Pearson
  • Macmillan
  • McGraw Hill
  • Oxford University Press
  • RIC
  • Thomson
  • Towry Law
Reception starts at 9:15 a.m. Teachers who preregister to be ETJ members will go into a fast lane at the registration desk, and will be eligible for prizes donated by the publishers. You can pre-register on-line or by fax.

Organization: ETJ (English Teachers in Japan) (ETJ)

Cost: ETJ Members: 500 yen
Non-members: 1000 yen (note that membership is available for free at the door or via ETJ website)

Venue: Nagoyashi Chusyokigyo Shinko Kaikan (Fukiage Hall) 2-6-3 Fukiage, Chigusa-ku, Nagoya-shi

Location: Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan

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