Hamamatsu JALT:

Learner's Acquisition of Language at Different Stages of Development: A Professional Development Seminar

Date: Sunday, July 18th, 2010 Time: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Speaker: Several speakers

A full day of presentations and workshops on all ages of learners, educational displays, poster presentations, jobs and events board, and more! Presentations conducted in English and Japanese. Presentations by title:

  • The Importance of a Mother Tongue and Literacy
  • Learning language through picture books and songs
  • Motivating students in upper grades of elementary school to speak
  • Our Story (Jr. and Sr. High SIG)
  • Sharing creative control
  • Sailing a different course: Adult learners, theory and practice
  • Growing Old Together: My Students and Me
  • Content based language teaching at Japanese Universities
  • Moodle for Writing
  • Can you find the mistake?
  • Multicultural Me: an exploration of identity
  • Visiting Variety
  • Are students using electronic dictionaries efficiently?

Displays from: English Teachers of Japan (ETJ) Aichi / Shizuoka and ETJ Nagoya EXPO, Bilingualism Special Interest Group (SIG), Jr. / Sr. High SIG, College and University Educators (CUE) SIG Complete detailed information can be found on the JALT Hamamatsu chapter website or JALT Toyohashi chapter websites.

List of speakers: Bernadette Luyckx, Noriko Nakano, Masako Nakamichi, William Matheny, Albert McCann, Jeff Singal, Richard Miller, Zane Ritchie, Mark Gerrard, Jack Ryan, Martha Robertson, Jim Matchett, Rory Davies, Carolyn E. Fish, Dan Frost, Anthony Robins, Jon Dujmovich, Andrew Kean.

Organization: Hamamatsu Chapter of the Japan Association for Language Teaching (Hamamatsu JALT)

Cost: JALT Members: free
Non-members: 2000 yen

Venue: Maisaka Bunka Center, Maisaka, Shizuoka (10 minutes walk from JR Bentenjima)

Location: Maisaka City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan


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Website: www.hamajalt.org

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