Oxford University Press:

Oxford Day 2013

Date: Saturday, November 23rd, 2013 Time: 9:00 AM - 6:30 PM

Speaker: Several speakers

As part of Oxford's ongoing commitment to supporting teachers in Japan, we are delighted to invite you to Oxford Day 2013, a day of stimulating workshops by authors and educators from Japan and around the world. This free, registration-only event features a series of highly practical workshop-style presentations, each focused on a technique or area that is of particular interest to teachers in Japan. Presentations will be given by both international and Japan-based educators and experts, ensuring that participants will not only learn about current and growing trends in ELT, but will also be given practical examples of proven classroom activities and resources to try with their students. For more information and pre-registration, please access our event page.

Goodith White (Author and Director, Applied Language Centre, University College Dublin) Keith Morrow (Author, school inspector and international trainer) Grant Trew (Author and international trainer) Malcolm Swanson (Professor, Seinan Jo Gakuin University) Chantal Hemmi (Lecturer, Sophia University) Ben Shearon (Lecturer, Tohoku University) Shigeru Sasajima (Professor, Saitama Medical University) Rob Peacock (Oxford University Press)

Organization: Oxford University Press

Cost: free (pre-registration required)

Venue: Shibutoh Cinetower 11F 2-6-17 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo (map)

Location: Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan


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