NanKyu JALT:

Enjoy English: A daily 10 minute DVD programme for elementary schools in Tamana, Kumamoto

Date: Saturday, February 13th, 2016 Time: 1:30 PM - 4:30 PM

Speaker: Claire Sezaki (Sunshine English School, Tamana)

Description:
Piloted in one school in 2014, the DVD was rolled out to all Elementary Schools in Tamana In April 2015. Enjoy English uses videos from Elf Learning and Maple Leaf Learning as well as skits and quizzes designed and produced by the Board of Education. The project is proving to be very popular with the younger students but is still in its infancy. Claire Sezaki will share a 10 minute lesson, and summarize the advantages and disadvantages of such a programme. She will then ask for feedback and ideas for improving the programme.

Organization: NanKyu Chapter of the Japan Association for Language Teaching (NanKyu JALT)

Cost: free

Venue: Kumamoto Gakuen University, English Lounge (Building 1, 1F; map)

Location: Kumamoto City, Kumamoto Prefecture, Japan

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