ETJ Tokyo:

(1) Children's Author; (2) Halloween Song-writing

Date: Sunday, October 6th, 2019 Time: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Speaker: (1) Rishma Hansil; (2) Pieter Van Leuven

Description:
ETJ Tokyo is holding its 4th meeting of the year and are excited to announce two presenters for our October 6th meeting. ETJ is happy to welcome back Pieter Van Leuven for a special Halloween themed song-writing event! Additionally, we are pleased to introduce Rishma Hansil, a published author of a Caribbean children's book.

Rishma Hansil is a Caribbean author and illustrator of "Animal Adventure" activity book for kids. She currently teaches at an all-boys private high school in Tokyo. She has a background in User Experience Design and Digital Communication; she'll demonstrate both high tech and low-tech approaches to classroom games for elementary and junior high school students, from movie making to board games we'll use a variety of mediums to create, explore and engage!

Halloween is fun! Make it even more fun and create your OWN Halloween songs! Pieter's Fun Bridge English's successful Vol. 1 now has a karaoke Halloween Version!! In Pieter's 90-minute presentation you will learn how to make 10 new Halloween songs that have NEVER been heard before ANYWHERE on this plant…BOO! Give your students a scary Halloween surprise this year and for years to come. You'll learn the skills to change the lyrics in the coming years and keep on surprising and…scaring your students. Come join Pieter's music making Halloween event and learn from his decades of experience.

Please RSVP using the Google link below: forms.gle/BNshrWT3aSiLnNcQ8.

Organization: ETJ Tokyo (English Teachers in Japan) (ETJ Tokyo)

Cost: ETJ Members: 500 yen
Non-members: 1000 yen

Venue: Nellie's Bookstore Iidabashi 3rd floor

Location: Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan

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