ETJ Osaka:

2012 ETJ Kansai Expo

Date: Sunday, November 18th, 2012 Time: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Speaker: Several presenters

Inviting all ELT professionals and those interested in English language learning and teaching. Comprehensive displays of the latest ELT materials for children and adults. Opportunity to meet others in your profession. Presentations at the EXPO are for teachers of students of all ages and levels.

Presenters: Adam Duran, Andrew Boon, Anthony Lavigne, Caroline Graham, Catherine Littlehale Oki, Chuck Kayser, Clive Lovelock, Craig Gamble, Daniel Olsson, David Lisgo, David Paul, Dean Rogers, Eric Kane, Floyd H. Graham III, Guy Cihi, Ian Bosiak, James Crocker, James C. Jensen, Janina Tubby, Jason White, Jo Ando, John Fawsitt, Jonah Glick, Kazunori Tsutsumi, Kenny King, Leon Butchers, Lucas Bohaty, Margaret Bowden, Michael Wilkins, Randy Poehlman, Riaz Donaldson, Richard Graham, Sam Crofts, Tanja McCandie Kondo.

Displays: ABAX, BookSmart, Compass Publishing, David Lisgo, ELF Learning,, Felt Boards, INKids, FETJ, Fun Phonics Readers, General Union, Genki English, IFG Asia, IPI/Nellies, JALT, Language Teaching Professionals, Lexxica Word Engine, Macmillan, Maple Leaf Publishing, Modern English, Oxford University Press, PrintText Japan, Rob Waring, Scholastic.

Please see the 2012 ETJ Expos page for the full schedule and additional details.

Organization: ETJ Osaka (English Teachers in Japan) (ETJ Osaka)

Cost: ETJ Members: 500 yen
Non-members: 1000 yen

Venue: Seifu High School, 12-16 Ishigatsuji-cho, Tennoji-ku, Osaka

Location: Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture, Japan


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