Oxford University Press:

Growing Up with Oxford. Putting Great Ideas into Practice (Tachikawa)

Date: Saturday, February 4th, 2006 Time: 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM

Speaker: Patrick Jackson, Kathy Kampa, Charles Vilina, Miki Sakai, Setsuko Toyama

Join authors Setsuko Toyama (English Time), Kathy and Charles Kampa (Magic Time) and Patrick Jackson (Potato Pals) for presentations that show you how to put great ideas for reading, songs, chants and lively communication for a wide range of student ages into practice in your classes.

  • This tour also sees the launch of the Third Edition of Let's Go - Japan's most popular course for kids!
  • Admission is free.
  • Schedule :
    • 09.30 Doors Open
    • 10.00-11.00 Patrick Jackson
    • 11.10-12.10 Kathy Kampa and Charles Vilina
    • 13.00-14.00 Miki Sakai
    • 14.10-15.10 Setsuko Toyama
  • Other great reasons to come to the event:
    • First 50 guests receive a Limited Edition Leather Oxford Diary!
    • Every attendee receives a free gift on entry!
    • 15 per cent Discount on Oxford books and materials - Up to 30 per cent discount on selected items!
    • Win great prizes at presentations and receive FREE sample copies of materials.
    • And more!
  • More information online For Venue information, maps and a full list of presentation times and detailed contents information, please see www.oupjapan.co.jp/kidsclub/tour2006 Don't forget - this event is free and no pre-registration is required. Oxford Kids' Club hopes to see you and your friends there.

Looking for a venue closer to you? The 2006 Oxford Kids' Club Tour is the biggest ever, visiting 16 cities around Japan! See www.oupjapan.co.jp/kidsclub/tour2006 for a full list.

Organization: Oxford University Press

Cost: free

Venue: Tachikawa Women's Center Hall: 1F Hall. 2-36-2 Akebono Cho, Tachikawa Shi.

Location: Tachikawa City, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan


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