Research Institute for Communication of Kansai University of International Studies:

The 10th Seminar on English Education

Date: Saturday, July 30th, 2011 Time: 9:30 AM - 5:30 PM

Speaker: Masafumi Hashimoto. Call for papers due June 19.

This is supported by JALT Osaka, Cengage Learning, Oxford University Press, Pearson Kirihara

Keynote Speaker
Masafumi Hashimoto:
"Five Suggestions for English Teaching." (Senior High School Attached to Kyoto University of Education)

Jonathan Aliponga:
"When Students Take Control of their Learning"

Yasuko Koshiyama:
"Japanese Teaching Internship Program for English Majors: Why Make Them Teach Japanese?

Jim Mansfield and Michael Parrish:
"Taking it to the Streets: Strategies to Encourage English Use Outside of the Classroom"

Fuyuhiko Shimomura:
"How to Introduce Extensive Reading in High School Classroom"

Midori Sasaki:
"English Only Program at KUIS: How Do We Make it Possible"

Craig Gamble:
"Language Learning: Thinking Outside the Box"

Brian Wojtowicz:
"Increasing Student Motivation by Visually Enhancing Basic Lesson Targets"

Takeshi Kamimura and Mari Katayama:
"An Overview of Versant English Test and its Implementation at KUIS"

Naoto Yoshimura:
"English Lounge"

Atsushi Iida and Asuka Iijima:
"Beyond Textbook: A Multi-Genre Writing Project for Communicative Purposes"

Gerald Williams and Kenta Mori:
"English as a Communication Tool: Developing Speaking by Using Drama Techniques"

Michael Wilkins:
"Using Games as a Way to an English Only Classroom"

Theo Steckler:
"Using Drama in The Language Classroom"

Kelly Butler and Michael Wilkins
"Teaching Paperless"

Daisuke Kimura:
"Four Years of Experiences: What Does it Take to be a Fulbright FLTA"

David White:
"From Critical Thinking to Creative Thinking"

Organization: Research Institute for Communication of Kansai University of International Studies

Cost: free

Venue: Kansai University of International Studies, Shioe 1-3-23 Amagasaki, Hyogo 661-0976

Location: Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan


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