Japan Intercultural Institute:

Culture in the Classroom (day 1 of 2)

Date: Saturday, October 16th, 2004 Time: 10:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Speaker: Joseph Shaules (Rikkyo University) and Kip Cates (Tottori University)

Description:
This weekend workshop will help language educators learn to present intercultural and global issues in the classroom. Saturday's workshop will focus on teaching intercultural communication: learning goals, key concepts, sample activities and teaching materials. Sunday will focus on using global issues in the language classroom, This will include practical advice for topics, materials and teaching techniques. Participants can register for one or both days. The number of participants will be limited, so please register early.
Access:
To get to Oxford University Press showroom by subway, take one of these 4 routes:

  1. 500 meters from Hibiya Line Kamiya Cho Station Exit No.4b
  2. 600 meters from Ginza/Nanboku Line Tameike Sanno Station Exit No.13
  3. 650 meters from Ginza Line Toranomon Station Exit No.2
  4. 700 meters from Nanboku Line Roppongi 1 Chome Station Exit No.3

Organization: Japan Intercultural Institute

Cost: JII Members: One day 8,000 yen; Both days 12,000 yen
Non-members: 1 day 12,000 yen; 2 days 16,000 (or join on the day of the workshop (Y2000) to get the members fee)

Venue: Oxford University Press Showroom, Edomizaka Mori Bldg. 6F, 4-1-40 Toranomon, Minato-Ku Tokyo 105-8529

Location: Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan

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Website: www.japanintercultural.org

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