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englishbooks.jp Education Day for ELT Teachers Autumn 2017 in Nagoya

Date: Sunday, November 5th, 2017 Time: 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Speaker: several speakers

Description:
englishbooks.jp is happy to invite you to a day of practical presentations by authors and publishers. Speakers include:

  • Steven E. Quasha (Akebono Press)
  • Tim Lennane (Akebono Press)
  • Paul Goldberg (Xlearning Systems)
  • Leon Butchers (AGO)
  • Lesley Ito (Atama-ii Books)
  • Ian Bosiak (e-future)
  • Hans Janssen (Thinking World)
  • Eric Kane (ELF Learning)
  • Kenny King (Maple Leaf Publishing)
  • Mark Kulek (MSC Press)

Entry is free! Come to talk with, learn from and share ideas with some of Japan's favourite authors of English learners' textbooks! Gain teaching tips, valuable inspiration, and have a look through the presenters educational materials designed to motivate learners of all ages! A must for all those teaching English as a foreign language!

Reserve in advance to get a mini gift pack! You are welcome to our event without registering. If you register for this event, you will have a special registration desk at the event where you can pick up an event bag with a pen, clear folder and a post-it booklet courtesy of publishers. Doors open: 10:00 First presentation: 10:30.

Organization: englishbooks.jp

Cost: free

Venue: No Borders International School, Daiichi Sky Biru 4F, 3 Chome 17-21 Aoi, Higashi-ku, Nagoya-shi, Aichi-ken (map)

Location: Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan

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