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ELT Calendar for Matsuyama City

Events of professional interest to language teachers in Matsuyama City.

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Groups Active In Matsuyama City

Listed in decreasing order by the number of events on ELT Calendar by each group in Matsuyama City. (The ELT Calendar database goes back to 2001.)

Past Events in Matsuyama City

Here are some of the past events in Matsuyama City.

JALTCALL 2017 Conference (day 3 of 3)
Date: June 18th (Sunday) 2017
Speaker: Invited Speakers: Hayo Reinders, Laurence Anthony and Leigh Graves Wolf, plus many others
Organization: CALL SIG of JALT
First line of description: JALTCALL2017 will be held at Matsuyama University, in beautiful Shikoku, Japan, from June 16th to 18th 2017.

JALTCALL 2017 Conference (day 2 of 3)
Date: June 17th (Saturday) 2017
Speaker: Invited Speakers: Hayo Reinders, Laurence Anthony and Leigh Graves Wolf, plus many others
Organization: CALL SIG of JALT
First line of description: JALTCALL2017 will be held at Matsuyama University, in beautiful Shikoku, Japan, from June 16th to 18th 2017.

JALTCALL 2017 Conference (day 1 of 3: Workshops)
Date: June 16th (Friday) 2017
Speaker: Invited Speakers: Hayo Reinders, Laurence Anthony and Leigh Graves Wolf, plus many others
Organization: CALL SIG of JALT
First line of description: JALTCALL2017 will be held at Matsuyama University, in beautiful Shikoku, Japan, from June 16th to 18th 2017.

(1) L2 Possible Selves of Japanese University Students; (2) Applying the ARCS Model of Motivational Design
Date: July 19th (Sunday) 2015
Speaker: (1) Sarah Faherty (Sojo University); (2) Roderick Lange (Ehime University)
Organization: Matsuyama JALT
First line of description: (1) L2 Possible Selves of Japanese University Students Sarah Faherty (Sojo University) This presentation will discuss the extent to which 6 non-English major students have clear L2 Possible Selves.

English For Beyond The Classroom
Date: May 17th (Sunday) 2015
Speaker: Jim Ronald (Hiroshima Shudo University)
Organization: Matsuyama JALT
First line of description: Much of the spoken language found in English textbooks or classrooms may appear strange, or even rude, in real communicative situations.

Beyond the Red: Approaches to Student Writing Feedback
Date: April 19th (Sunday) 2015
Speaker: Junko Otoshi (Okayama University), Luke Draper (Ehime University)
Organization: Matsuyama JALT
First line of description: This presentation considers various effective methods of feedback beyond comments written in red pen.

Useful Websites and Apps for Language Education
Date: March 15th (Sunday) 2015
Speaker: Kevin Tang (Ehime University), Ian Brown (Matsuyama University)
Organization: Matsuyama JALT
First line of description: This presentation introduces websites and apps ideal for learners of all levels.

Calibrating Oral Assessment of Small Group Interaction
Date: February 10th (Sunday) 2013
Speaker: Darren Lingley, Kochi University
Organization: Matsuyama JALT
First line of description: This workshop will cover issues in assessing oral output in small group interaction.

Captivate your students with CAPTUR
Date: January 13th (Sunday) 2013
Speaker: Paul Shimizu, Intercom Press
Organization: Matsuyama JALT
First line of description: CAPTUR is a hand held low-tech device which allows the questioner to get answers from ALL students at the same time.

A Brief Introduction of Discourse Intonation in English and Its Contribution to the TEF
Date: December 9th (Sunday) 2012
Speaker: Yoshio Ido, Professor Emeritus of Ehime University
Organization: Matsuyama JALT
First line of description: Intonation performs a variety of functions in the light of evidence from naturally occurring spoken discourse.

Learning communication strategies from films
Date: November 11th (Sunday) 2012
Speaker: Kimiko Ochi (Matsuyama University), Danielle Kurihara (Matsuyama University)
Organization: Matsuyama JALT
First line of description: Japanese university students are used to learning English at the word and sentence level.

Oxford All-Japan Summer Tour for Teachers 2012 (Matsuyama, Ehime)
Date: September 29th (Saturday) 2012
Speaker: Eric Kane (ELF Learning), and one other presenter TBD
Organization: Oxford University Press
First line of description: From mid-June to late-September, Oxford University Press will be holding a tour of 30 cities across the country.

SLA and Budo (Martial Arts): Extended, embodied cognition and practical implications for ELT
Date: July 8th (Sunday) 2012
Speaker: Yosuke Yanase (Hiroshima University)
Organization: Matsuyama JALT
First line of description: Yosuke Yanase will use Budo as an analogy for SLA and highlight some interesting aspects of skill acquisition and consciousness/non-consciousness in Budo.

Balancing Language Teaching
Date: June 10th (Sunday) 2012
Speaker: Rob Waring of Notre Dame Seishin University
Organization: Matsuyama JALT
First line of description: The first half of this presentation will introduce the Balanced Curriculum which shows how to balance all the important elements of input, output, fluency focus and study focus.

Working With Wikis
Date: June 10th (Sunday) 2012
Speaker: Harry Carley (Matsuyama University)
Organization: ETJ Ehime
First line of description: This two-hour session will demonstrate how Wikis can be used in many learning environments.

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