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ELT Calendar for Takamatsu City

Events of professional interest to language teachers in Takamatsu City.

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Groups Active In Takamatsu City

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

Past Events in Takamatsu City

Here are some of the past events in Takamatsu City.

Oxford All-Japan Summer Tour for Teachers 2012 (Tatsumatsu, Kagawa)
Date: September 30th (Sunday) 2012
Speaker: Eric Kane (ELF Learning), Gerard Marchesseau (Naruto University of Education)
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.

CALL in the CLOUD: A Corpus-based pre-EAP Writing Course to Enliven your Classroom
Date: October 22nd (Saturday) 2011
Speaker: Trudie Heiman
Organization: East Shikoku JALT
First line of description: Discover how your classroom can be enliven by using fully interactive online course materials designed to get false beginners / pre-EAP level to write a lot and to write meaningfully.

Oxford All-Japan Summer Tour for Teachers (Takamatsu)
Date: October 2nd (Sunday) 2011
Speaker: Eric Kane (ELF Learning), Miki Sakai (IIEEC; Julia English Club)
Organization: Oxford University Press
First line of description: 11:20 - 12:00 How do I teach songs? by Eric Kane (ELF Learning)12:20 - 13:00 What can I give to students who want to learn more? by Miki Sakai (IIEEC; Julia English Club).

An Online Interactive Vocabulary Learning Course
Date: January 29th (Saturday) 2011
Speaker: Trudie Heiman
Organization: East Shikoku JALT
First line of description: The Lexical Portfolio is a corpus-based course for learning all high frequency words missing from student's vocabulary.

Anatomy of a Native Check
Date: February 20th (Saturday) 2010
Speaker: Ian Willey and Kimie Tanimoto
Organization: East Shikoku JALT
First line of description: Many academic journals in Japan require "native checks" for English abstracts accompanying submissions in Japanese.

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