English Teaching Workshop:
Topic-Based Teaching in EFL Young Learners, the flow of a topic
Date: Thursday, June 24th, 2010 Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Speaker: Yuco Kikuchi
By utilizing a picture dictionary chidlren can learn a lot more than we think. In this workshop, the facilitator shares how to introduce a topic and eventually move on to practice the vocabulary in a meaningful way creating the opportunity to communicate using the target sentence. How to use songs in pre-teens classes are also shown. There will be a small display of picture dictionaries and accompanying workbooks from different publishers. The workshop will be conducted in Japanese with English assistance by the facilitator.
Streaming Video: You can participate in this workshop from afar at your home, if you are not able to come to the venue all the way. We call this technology a "video streaming ". What you need are:
1. PC with Windows XP or Windows Vista, or Mac with MacOS X.
2. Broadband circuit; either Fiberoptical cable circuit or ADSL circuit.
3. Windows Media Player (download freely from www.microsoft.com).
4. Skype (an Internet phone; download freely from www.skype.com) for virtual interactivity.
5. Hopefully a headset for your better audibility.
You are welcome to share such opportunities with us on site at the venue or online streamed live over the Internet.
Pre-registration is required for both onsite and online participation.
Organization: English Teaching Workshop
Cost: English Teaching Workshop Members: 2,000 yen for members who pre-register
Non-members: 2,500 yen for non-members, online participants and onsite registration
Venue: Chiyoda Building 1F Address: 2-37 Ichigaya Tamachi, Shinjuku-ku
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