ETJ Tokyo:

A Workshop For Teachers of Junior High School and Below

Date: Sunday, April 20th, 2008 Time: 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Speaker: Mayuka Habbick

Description:
1:00 - 1:15 pm registration
Mayuka Habbick - Activities old and new are all NEW to your students!

Do you still remember how exciting it was when you played BINGO with your students for the first time? Do you still have that excitement when playing those good old games in class now? In this hands-on workshop, Mayuka will guide you to think about the theory and practice of classroom activities. She will introduce some old and new classroom activities. This will be a good opportunity for teachers with a few years of teaching experience to reflect on the value of what you have been doing in order to refresh yourself and your classes in the new year.

Musahino Shiminkaikan is less than 5 minutes walk from Musashi Sakai Station on the Chuo Line, and the station is only 18 minutes from Shinjuku. You can see a map and a picture of the building on their website. Alternatively, you can just follow the 'ETJ' chalk marks from the north exit of Musashi Sakai Station.

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:
etj_tokyo_reg@yahoo.co.jp (in Japanese), or
etj_tokyo_registration@yahoo.co.uk (in English)

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

Cost: 500 yen

Venue: Musashino City, Sakai 2-3-7, Musashino Shiminkaikan, Kouza shitsu (second floor)

Location: Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan

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Contact ETJ Tokyo

Website: ltprofessionals.com/ETJ/

Ellie Kumagai and Chinny Mbakwe
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