eigoTown:

Introductory Certificate in Teaching English to Children, one day course

Date: Sunday, August 29th, 2004 Time: 10:00 AM - 5:15 PM

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

Description:
ELT News and eigoTown are proud to sponsor the One-Day Certificate in Teaching English to Children in Shibuya, Tokyo. Teachers will spend the day with David Paul, author of bestsellers such as Finding Out, Songs and Games for Teaching Children, Communicate, Communication Strategies and the recently published How to Teach English to Children in Asia.

Many thousands of teachers have attended David Paul's One-Day Certificate course and many thousands have come away excited and re-energized about teaching English to children:

  • The course has made such a profound difference in my daily teaching life. I'm seeing many more smiles, more involvement. Discipline problems I can stop in their tracks. -- Anna Isozaki, Takasaki City
  • It was a great course, which I thoroughly enjoyed and benefited from. It was well organized and presented...Thanks a lot! -- Alison Devine, British Council
  • Absolutely excellent. -- Richard Matten
Find out more details here: www.eltnews.com/ad/deh/oneday_cert.shtml.

Organization: eigoTown

Cost: eigoTown Members: 9,000 yen for ETJ members
Non-members: 12,000 yen

Venue: DHC Iikura Building 1F, 1-5-7 Azabudai, Minato-ku, Tokyo (5 min. walk from Roppongi 1-Chome Sta. on the Tokyo Metro Nanboku Line, or 10 min. walk from Roppongi Sta. on Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line)

Location: Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan

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Website: www.eigotown.com/seminar/seminar.shtml

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