Oxford University Press:

Oxford Teaching Workshop Series 2010 (Niigata)

Date: Sunday, March 14th, 2010 Time: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Speaker: Setsuko Toyama, Miki Sakai, Marco Brazil

This fun and informative day involves lively and hands-on workshops for teachers of English to children in nine cities throughout Japan:

* Sunday, January 31st OUP Teaching Workshop in Sendai
* Sunday, February 7th OUP Teaching Workshop in Fukuoka
* Saturday, February 13th OUP Teaching Workshop in Yokohama
* Sunday, February 14th OUP Teaching Workshop in Nagoya
* Saturday, February 20th OUP Teaching Workshop in Okayama
* Sunday, February 21st OUP Teaching Workshop in Osaka
* Sunday, February 28th OUP Teaching Workshop in Tokyo
* Sunday, March 7th OUP Teaching Workshop in Sapporo
* Sunday, March 14th OUP Teaching Workshop in Niigata

Come and join this year's Oxford Teaching Workshop series. Whether you are teaching at an elementary school, junior high or a private language school, the day will have something for you. An experienced team of teachers, authors and teacher trainers will be there to share fun, effective ideas to help navigate you through the uncertainty. Pre-register online today to secure your free copy of the new Let's Go Karaoke DVD. For pre-registration and more information, please see the Oxford Teaching Workshop Series 2010 information page.

Organization: Oxford University Press

Cost: free

Venue: Coop City Hanazono 4F Garesso Hall, 1-2-2 Hanazono, Chuo-ku, Niigata

Location: Niigata City, Niigata Prefecture, Japan


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