Oxford University Press:
Teaching Workshop Series 2008: Teaching Children Confidently and Effectively (Okayama)
Date: Saturday, February 9th, 2008 Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Speaker: Setsuko Toyama, Kevin Churchley, Brian Cullen and Ritsuko Nakata
Learn the tips and techniques needed to teach English to elementary school students with confidence from experienced teacher and co-author of the bestselling English Time series, Setsuko Toyama. Get original ideas for the effective use of the Oxford Reading Tree storybooks from enthusiastic and lively presenter, Kevin Churchley. Find out how to incorporate educational games and music into your classroom from the songwriter of the fun-filled Potato Pals series, Brian Cullen. Create a confident English speaking environment in your classroom using the complete range of Let 's Go levels and components available from the co-author of bestselling Let's Go series, Ritsuko Nakata. So join us for what is set to be our most informative and fun series of workshops to date! For further details and pre-registration please visit: http://www.oupjapan.co.jp/events/
Organization: Oxford University Press
Venue: Comfort Hotel Okayama: Kaigishitsu A/B 2F, 1-1-13 Marunouchi, Okayama-shi (15 minutes walk from Streetcar Shiroshita Station)
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