englishbooks.jp Education Day for ELT Teachers Winter 2018 in Fukuoka

Date: Sunday, January 28th, 2018 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

  • Deborah Grow (English Garden/Kimbo)
  • Eric Kane (ELF Learning)
  • Kenny King (Maple Leaf Learning)
  • Paul Cave (Paul's English School)
  • Mark Kulek (MSC Press)
  • James Hara (ABC Pop Phonics)
  • Leon Butchers (AGO)
  • Malcolm Harding (West Japan Cambridge Centre)
  • Paul Shimizu (Intercom Press)
  • Stephen Hampshire (Perceptia Press)
  • Fiona Wall Minami (Perceptia Press)
  • Hiroko Sekiguchi (englishbooks.jp)
  • Ian Bosiak (e-future)

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 at 10:30. For more information, please see the event webpage.

Organization: englishbooks.jp

Cost: free

Venue: 7 Chome-10-38 Torikai, Jonan-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka-ken, Nakamura Gakuen Girls High School (map)

Location: Fukuoka City, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan


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