Research Institute for Communication of Kansai University of International Studies:

Effective Language Teaching: The Never-Ending Challenge

Date: Saturday, July 21st, 2012 Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Speaker: Kazuhiro Nomura (Kobe Gaidai University), Paul Hullah (Meiji Gakuin University); call for papers due June 17th

Description:
LiLT-SIG will be co-sponsoring a one-day mini-conference on Saturday, July 21, 2012, at Kansai University of International Studies (KUIS) in Amagasaki (Hyogo). Other co-sponsors are Kobe and Osaka JALT Chapters, the JALT Jr/Sr. High School SIG, Cengage Learning, Pearson Kirihara, and Oxford Unversity Press, the Research Institute for Communication and the Department of English Education of Kansai University of International Studies. The theme is Effective Language Teaching: The Never-Ending Challenge. The objectives are: 1) to identify the challenges language teachers face in the classroom, 2) to come up with ways to confront these challenges, and 3) to develop a network among high schools and universities to share information about language teaching.

Call for papers due June 17

For details about submitting an abstract, please see the event's website.

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

Cost: free

Venue: Kansai University of International Studies, Amagasaki campus (5-minute walk from JR Amagasaki, behind COCOE shopping mall) map

Location: Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan

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