Pearson Japan:

The Longman Maruzen Kid's Tour in Osaka - A Magical English Journey

Date: Sunday, February 12th, 2006 Time: 11:00 AM - 5:30 PM

Speaker: Akiko Seino, Lesley Ito, Aleda Krause, Eunice Yamashita

Description:
Coming to Osaka! Japan's most popular Kid's Tour is back. Not to be missed, the 2006 Longman Kid's Tour 'The Magical English Journey' comes packed with everything the busy kids teacher needs. Join the tour for the best in new materials and core activities. In 2006 Pearson Longman proudly presents English Land, the product of extensive research on teaching children in Japan. Using Japan's most-loved Disney characters, Pearson Longman has created an English program that is right for Japan. This nationwide launch of English Land meets YOUR needs in every way. Don't miss your chance to offer something motivating, magical and memorable to your children and their parents. Learn some new techniques for teaching those hard to please students in grades 4 to 6 with Aleda Krause, the world famous author of Super Kids, Super Tots and the Longman Children's Picture Dictionary. Plus, find out how to spice up your extensive reading program with the Story Street audio CD packs and Japanese guidebook. Join us on the Longman Kids Tour and take advantage of the Maruzen 10 per cent discount on all titles and special priced packs! Here to help you motivate to educate! Check the action-packed schedule at: www.longmanjapan.com/events Reserve your place by e-mail: LKT@pearsoned.co.jp

Organization: Pearson Japan

Cost: free

Venue: Grand Cube (Room 1004-1007)

Location: Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, Japan

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