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Oxford Teaching Workshop Series 2011: A New Start for English in Japan (Sendai, Miyagi)

Date: Sunday, February 6th, 2011 Time: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Speaker: Barbara Hoskins Sakamoto, Charles Vilina, Ben Shearon

Whether you are teaching at elementary school, or teaching elementary school-aged students, you will find informative presentations on this year's Oxford Teaching Workshop Series to meet your needs.
* Sendai on February 6th (Sun.)
* Tsukuba on February 11th (Fri., a national holiday)
* Tokyo on February 13th (Sun.)
* Okayama on February 19th (Sat.)
* Osaka on February 20th (Sun.)
* Yokohama on February 26th (Sat.)
* Nagoya on February 27th (Sun.)
* Saitama on March 5th (Sat.)
* Sapporo on March 6th (Sun.)
* Niigata on March 12th (Sat.)
* Fukuoka on March 13th (Sun.)
Pre-register online and receive a free trial DVD of Kevin's Fun Reading of ORT when you come to the workshop! For pre-registration and more information, please see the Oxford Teaching Workshop Series 2011 information page.

Organization: Oxford University Press

Cost: free

Venue: Sendai Sunplaza 1F, Rose Room, 5-11-1 Tsutsuji-gaoka, Miyagino-Ku, Sendai-Shi 983-0852

Location: Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan


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