Chugoku ETJ Expo
Date: Sunday, December 4th, 2005 Time: 9:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Bringing All English Teachers together! The Chugoku ETJ Expo is one of the major annual events for English teachers in the Chugoku region. There are presentations on teaching children, adults, junior/senior high school students.... and much more. And there are displays of a wide range of English teaching materials. To register, go to http://www.eltnews.com/ETJ/events/preregistration.shtml
- Curtis Kelly: From sentence combining to diary writing.
- Julian Warden: Supercharge your kids' English classes.
- Jason Good: Using US elementary school textbooks for your kids classes.
- Robert Consiglio: Making our high school classes extraordinary.
- Mayuka Habbick: Reading skills and learning skilss.
- Jason Good: Bilingual schools, a new boom in Asia.
- Shoko Suzuki: TOEIC Bridge:Step by step journey towards TOEIC.
- Lisa Quattlebaum: A written voice of their own.
- Lesley Ito: Motivate to educate - combining entertainment and education.
- John Letcher: Getting students speaking - a workshop on motivation.
- Julian Warden: Give your junior high students survival skills with 'My First Passport'.
- Lyn Thorne: ESL Phonemic awareness.
- David Paul: Teaching English to children in Asia.
- Shoko Suzuki: Sounds fun! Phonics which makes the children want to learn.
- Basil Tonks: Teacher training solutions for Japan.
- Wendy Gough: Building confidence in English writing.
- Mayuka Habbick: Making learning fun and pleasurable.
- John Letcher: Songs, stories and puzzles:ideal tools for motivating young learners.
- Christine Watson: The Universities of Birmingham and Sheffield distance courses.
- Aaron Anderson: Empowering your current business with online scheduling.
Organization: ETJ (English Teachers in Japan) (ETJ)
Cost: ETJ Members: 500 yen
Non-members: 1,000 yen
Venue: Kokusai University Tatemachi Campus, Hiroshima
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