ETJ Tokyo:

Teachers' workshop

Date: Sunday, February 25th, 2007 Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Speaker: Mayuka Habbick

Please note the change of venue - Nakano Zero, Nakano-ku, Tokyo This is a new venue for ETJ Tokyo. It is just 8 minutes walk from the South Exit of Nakano Station (JR Chuo and Sobu Lines, and Metro Tozai Line). You can find a map at

1:00 Doors open, registration
1:20 - 1:30 Welcome and introduction - Terry Yearley
1:30 - 2:30 Teaching English to Japanese Junior High School students through the learning of American culture - Aki Sato. Ms Sato will introduce some practical classroom activities, which aim to develop all 4 language skills. Topics from American JHS life will be used, such as school lunch, and dress codes. Ms Sato gained her MA TESOL from New York University. She is currently teaching part-time at a university in Kanagawa.
2:30 - 2:50 Coffee break
2:50 - 4:50 Spring and Easter Activities - Mayuka Habbick. Ms Habbick will introduce some hands-on activities on the topics of Spring and Easter for teaching children. Ms Habbick is a very popular teacher educator, well known for her enthusing and informative workshops
4:50 Tidy up time
5:00 We must vacate the room by this time.

This ETJ Tokyo workshop is open to members only. However, you may join ETJ on the day. Membership is free. Pre-registration helps us to prepare the right amount of handouts in advance. Please pre-register by sending an e-mail to Diana Allenei at

Organization: ETJ Tokyo (English Teachers in Japan) (ETJ Tokyo)

Cost: 500 yen

Venue: Nakano Zero, Nishi-kan 3 F, Room 2, Nakano 2-9-7 (03 5340 5000)

Location: Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan


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