Language Teaching Professionals:

ETJ One-Day Certificate Course (Osaka)

Date: Sunday, June 11th, 2006 Time: 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM

Speaker: Alastair Graham-Marr, John Wiltshier, Rob Waring and Maurice Jamall

Description:
This is the ETJ One-day certificate course in teaching Japanese students (for teachers of teenagers and adults). Different course contents are offered in alternating years. To obtain the Full Certificate, it is necessary to attend two separate courses and write two reports. To obtain the Introductory Certificate, it is necessary to attend a one-day training course and write a report based on the training sessions attended. Certificates are issued under the names 'Oxford University Press' and 'David English House'. Today's trainers are:
Alastair Graham-Marr, Tokai University - Teaching skills for listening and speaking.
John Wiltshier, Miyagi University - Fluency through shadowing.
Rob Waring, Notre Dame Seishin University - Reading skills: methods and applications.
Maurice Jamall, Seikei University - Classroom Management.
Teachers should reserve a place by registering in advance, and make payments on the day of the course. How to register: online, or e-mail Kana@DavidEnglishHouse.com, or fax: 082 244 2651.

Organization: Language Teaching Professionals

Cost: ETJ Members: 4,000 yen
Non-members: 12,000 yen

Venue: Yomiuri Shimbun Osaka, 14F, 5-9 Nozaki-cho, Kita-ku

Location: Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, Japan

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