Language Teaching Professionals:

One-day Certificate Course in Teaching Elementary School Children (Fukuoka)

Date: Sunday, February 28th, 2010 Time: 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM

Speaker: David Paul

About the course:
A general introduction to child-centered learning. All sessions are interactive. Methodology is underpinned by theory, but the emphasis is on how this theory can be applied to the teaching of elementary school children in the Japanese classroom.

Topics covered
* How do children learn?
* Using games effectively
* Building reading and writing skills
* Developing communicative skills
* Integrating songs
* Lesson planning
* Developing international attitudes

Trainer - David Paul Author of 'Teaching English to Children in Asia ', 'Communication Strategies ', 'New Finding Out ', 'Communicate ', 'Songs and Games for Children ', 'Discover English ', 'Discover the World ', 'Discover the Universe '. Founder of David English House and of ETJ. MA, Cambridge University.

Reserving a place
To reserve a place, please e-mail Rie Totomi stating your name, address and which course (in which city) you would like to attend. After you register you will receive a map showing the location of the course.

Organization: Language Teaching Professionals

Cost: ETJ Members: 9,000 yen - ETJ members
Non-members: 12,000 yen

Venue: Yaesu Hakata Bldg, 2-18-30, Hakataeki-Higashi, Hakata-ku - near Hakata JR

Location: Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan


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