ETJ Yokohama:

English Lessons for Young Children

Date: Sunday, September 29th, 2002 Time: 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Speaker: Sean Thompson, E-kids Yokohama

Description:
Sean Thompson will talk about EFL for young children (1.5 - 6 years old). There is a growing demand for such classes in the EFL marketplace and Sean will discuss what these children need in order to fully participate and develop in this area. Thompson will also be talking about how to get parents on board with your goals for their children and how to select materials appropriate for different sub-groups of learners in this age range. Finally, Thompson will talk about various opportunities for teachers both within his school and those wishing to start their own schools for young learners.
Directions to GinoBunka Kaikan: Leave Kannai Station by the South Exit, pass through the ticket gate and exit the station to your right. Cross the road and turn right. You will see Odori Koen a few meters ahead. Walk along this park for about two blocks and you will find the GinoBunka Kaikan on your left. If lost, or in need of clearer instructions (in Japanese) call the Kaikan at (045) 681-6551.

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

Cost: free (but 100 yen or so may be collected to cover room expenses)

Venue: Kyoru Shitsu (5th Fl.) of GinoBunka KaiKan ( 3 min. from Kannai Sta., Yokohama)

Location: Yokohama City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan

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