Why Forget Where You Come From? -- Activities and projects that use Japanese culture and experiences as motivators for learning and enjoying English
Date: Sunday, September 25th, 2005 Time: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Speaker: Patrick Dougherty
A few years ago, Dr. Dougherty had several students go on an exchange program to Australia; these students had great difficulty in responding to questions about Japan and Japanese culture. So he developed a curriculum of activities and projects that enabled Japanese students to interact with Japanese culture and prepare to explain it in English. Dougherty will share materials which he has developed in this curriculum and his presentation will also allow the participants the opportunity to experiment with some of the materials in the seminar. Participants will also receive a packet of ten activities and projects to use with their students.
Organization: Himeji Chapter of the Japan Association for Language Teaching (Himeji JALT)
Cost: JALT Members: free
Non-members: 300 yen
Venue: Hanakita Shimin Hiroba (directly across from Nozato Station, Bantan Line. Plenty of free parking. Train leaves Himeji Station at 13:46)
You can add this event to your iCal calendar.
- Click on the iCal icon. Your iCal software will start.
- Click 'Subscribe':
- Under 'Auto Refresh', select 'Every day' in case the the basic details change:
You can add this event to your Microsoft Outlook calendar.
- Click on the MS Outlook icon.
- See what happens.
- Tell us what happens. I don't have MS Outlook on a Windows computer, so I can't test it.
- If you click on the icon and nothing happens, do this:
- Right-click on the icon and save the file.
- According to Microsoft's support page, in Outlook's File menu, you should click Import and Export.
- Click to select Import an iCalendar or vCalendar file (*.vcs), and then click Next.
- Click to select the vCalendar file you've just saved, and then click Open.
Contact Himeji JALT
Email QR Code:
Phone (home): 0792-92-8808