Kyushu ETJ Expo
Date: Sunday, October 23rd, 2005 Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Speaker: a lot of speakers
Bringing All English Teachers together! The Kyushu ETJ Expo is one of the major events of the year for English teachers in the Kyushu 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. For information, go to www.eltnews.com/ETJ/events/expos.shtml To register, you can register online.
- Gordon Olsen - School owners round table discussion
- Jo Ando - Funderstanding - the key to understanding and motivating young learners
- Rumi Ichinose - The English play circle for babies and toddlers
- Terry Shortall - I've seen the present perfect - just
- David Harrington - Discussion; problems and principles
- Euan McKirdy - Macmillan's Springboard Readers
- Paul Shimizu - Why listening?
- Setsuko Toyama - 10 questions for EFL teachers of children
- Shoko Suzuki - Sounds fun! - phonics which makes the children want to learn
- Aaron Anderson - Empowering your current business with online scheduling
- Christine Watson / Terry Shortall - The Universities of Birmingham and Sheffield distance courses
- Jo Ando - Taking the next step to high level communicative interaction
- Lesley Ito - Motivate to educate - combining entertainment and education
- Mark Thompson - Learning and forgetting
- Basil Tonks - Teacher training solutions for Japan
- Jason Good - Using US elementary school textbooks for your kids
- Mike Guest - Teaching progressively for university entrance examinations
- Setsuko Toyama - Songs and games as teachers' tools
- Takeshi Ogawa - Phone Pass Junior - a completely automated telephone exam for children
- David Paul - Teaching English to Children in Asia
- Euan McKirdy - The new generation of materials for Japan
- High Graham-Marr - Teaching listening to low-level learners
- Paul Shimizu - Student empowerment and motivation
- Steve King - Making language learning memorable for successful communication
- Jason Good - Bilingual schools, a new boom in Asia
- Julian Warden - Make your students a STAR with Star Team
- Megumi Takemura - Taking a walk along Story Street
- Yoriko Taniyama - Activities for large EFL classes
Organization: ETJ (English Teachers in Japan) (ETJ)
Cost: ETJ Members: 500 members
Non-members: 1,000 members
Venue: Seinan Gakuin University, Fukuoka
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