ETJ East Tokyo:
ETJ Chiba May Online Workshop Extensive Reading in Young Learners Class
Date: Sunday, May 24th, 2015 Time: 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Speaker: Eunice I. Miyashita
The workshop focuses on how you lead your students hooked on reading and English language activities. Introduction to the EET mini lesson By showing each section of the classes bit by bit, you'll get to know what it is like to be a student. EET consists of two main roles: one by a Japanese teacher and another by an English native speaker. EET focuses on cross-cultural communication through instruction by native teachers and utilizing books. Singing and writing also reinforce each student's competence in English. Extensive Reading Extensive Reading has many advantages. Let's take a walk down the road to success by reading together.
- How you start with simple story books.
- How to attract your students.
- What students do after reading.
- How you evaluate
Teaching a wide range of students
Beginning with kindergarteners as the youngest students, EET has classes all the way through up to students in high school. Amazingly, you can still utilize picture books in your high school classes. It's not only the English language that you can acquire through reading, but also your understanding of different cultures is nourished. In order to fulfill the goal of educating children to be able to express themselves properly in English, why not keep on studying English? Let's enjoy reading!!
About Eunice I. Miyashita:
- Author, Teacher, Teacher trainer
- Teaches at Jissen Women's College & Tokyo College of Music High School
- Owner of Eunice English Tutorial
- Author of several books and columns including more recent publications: Doraemon Hajimeteno Eigojiten / Shogakukan; Chugakueitango Saishono 555 go / Ask;
- Omotenashi Kaiwajutsu column featured in the Nihon Keizai newspaper
This workshop will be live-streamed. Please pre-register by sending email to Yuco Kikuchi stating whether you are attending or participating online.
Organization: ETJ East Tokyo (English Teachers in Japan) (ETJ East Tokyo)
Cost: ETJ Members: 500 yen
Non-members: 1,000 yen
Venue: 9F, Kameido Camellia Hall (2 min. walk from JR Kameido station) Kameido 2-19-1 phone: 03-5626-2121 kcf.jp
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