ETJ East Tokyo:
Method and Effect of Shadoku in Class for Students Aged between 9 and 18 Years
Date: Monday, September 18th, 2017 Time: 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Speaker: Yuko Suzuki (ABC4YOU English School)
ETJ Chiba is pleased to announce a regular workshop for English teachers in Japan. We will not only host the workshop at a venue, but organize a state-of-the-art realtime multiple-connected video-conference for remote participants, to be fully interactive with the speaker at the venue. The theme is very hot and keen for the teachers of English at schools and private classroom as well, and you are encouraged to participate this valuable opportunity on site or online.
Application deadline: Monday, September 4th For booking and enquiry: Send e-mail to Yuco Kikuchi in ENGLISH (you can use the form below).
Shadoku (Extensive Reading while Shadowing) is a method which enables learners to read lots of books out loud by themselves for pleasure starting with easy fun books. This enables students to read a tremendous amount of words and phrases and gets them simulating expressions in the stories. They not only improve their reading fluency (reading with expressions) but also their output ability as well. Yuko will introduce her classroom practice and the effects of Shadoku on her students' speaking and writing.
Yuko is the owner of ABC4YOU English School in Tokyo and an experienced teacher trainer and presenter. She is a trainer of the English Tadoku Reading Club and works closely as an Extensive Reading (Tadoku) advisor with English teachers of young learners, junior and senior high school teachers. She received her Masters of Science from Keio University in 1994.
Organization: ETJ East Tokyo (English Teachers in Japan) (ETJ East Tokyo)
Cost: ETJ Members: 500 yen
Non-members: 1,000 yen for one-day member. 2,000 yen for online participants.
Venue: Camelia Plaza 9F, 2 min walk from Kameido Station on the Sobu Line or Tobu Kameido Line. 2-19-1 Kameido, Koto-ku, Tokyo 03-5626-2121 map
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