Language Teaching Professionals:

Introductory Certificate Course in Teaching English to Children (Nagoya)

Date: Sunday, February 6th, 2005 Time: 10:00 AM - 5:15 PM

Speaker: David Paul

Description:
A one-day course in teaching elementary school children. The course components are:

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.

All sessions are interactive and full of games. The trainer is David Paul, author of 'Teaching English to Children in Asia', 'Communication Strategies', 'Finding Out', 'Communicate', 'Songs and Games for Children', 'Discover English', 'Discover The World', 'Discover the Universe'. To confirm a place, please send an e-mail or fax to David English House (e-mail Rie@DavidEnglishHouse.com, Fax: 082-244-2651). You will be sent a map and letter of confirmation.

This course is supported by eigoTown, ELT News, The British Council, The Foreign Buyers Club, GenkiEnglish.com, Longman ELT Pearson, Macmillan Language House, English Teaching Professional, and Modern English Teacher. For more information go to the Introductory Certificate Course website

Organization: Language Teaching Professionals

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

Venue: Higashi Betsuin Hall, 2-8-45 tachibana, Naka-ku, Nagoya

Location: Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan

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