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ELT Calendar for Miyazaki City

Events of professional interest to language teachers in Miyazaki City.

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Groups Active In Miyazaki City

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

Past Events in Miyazaki City

Here are some of the past events in Miyazaki City.

Creating a framework for defining and supporting meaningful communication in the EFL young learner classroom
Date: July 12th (Sunday) 2015
Speaker: Hiroki Iwakiri (Akae Elementary School), Keisuke Ishizuka (Kunitomi Elementary School)
Organization: NanKyu JALT
First line of description: The NanKyu Chapter of JALT is pleased to announce a workshop focused on Young Learners.

PanSIG 2014 Conference (day 2 of 2)
Date: May 11th (Sunday) 2014
Speaker: Nobuyuki Takaki (Kumamoto University), Alice Hsia Hui Chik (City University of Hong Kong). Call for papers due January 15, 2014
Organization: PanSIG Conference
First line of description: PanSIG2014 will be held at Miyazaki Municipal University on May 10-11, 2014.

PanSIG 2014 Conference
Date: May 10th (Saturday) 2014
Speaker: Nobuyuki Takaki (Kumamoto University), Alice Hsia Hui Chik (City University of Hong Kong). Call for papers due January 15, 2014
Organization: PanSIG Conference
First line of description: PanSIG2014 will be held at Miyazaki Municipal University on May 10-11, 2014.

(1) It's in the Cards; (2) Getting More Out Of New Finding Out
Date: March 25th (Sunday) 2012
Speaker: David Lisgo (both presentations)
Organization: ETJ Miyazaki
First line of description: It's in the CardsUsing card games and activities in the classroom greatly enhances the enjoyment of students, and gives them the opportunity to deepen and expand their knowledge of vocabulary and structures in a natural setting.

There's A Book Inside Each of Us
Date: May 17th (Saturday) 2008
Speaker: Paul Moritoshi
Organization: Miyazaki JALT
First line of description: It has been said that there's a book inside each of us, but how does one go about writing a persuasive publishing proposal for an EFL textbook? For some, the process seems so intimidating, confusing or demanding that they don't even start.

More classroom activities
Date: April 17th (Thursday) 2008
Speaker: Joel, Sayed and others.
Organization: ETJ Miyazaki
First line of description: More details about the meeting are to be announced soon.

Presentation Classes: Ideas and Anecdotes
Date: February 16th (Saturday) 2008
Speaker: David Williams (Yokohama City University)
Organization: Miyazaki JALT
First line of description: Do your students dread the presentation class? What results do you get? Do you use presentations in classes as an "easy" option? Presentation classes are widely used in the language teaching classroom but equally can be misused by teachers and abused by students.

Actually Teaching Listening: Moving Beyond Practice to Actual Teaching
Date: October 13th (Saturday) 2007
Speaker: Alastair Graham-Marr (Tokai University and ABAX Ltd)
Organization: Miyazaki JALT
First line of description: To effectively teach listening, teachers need to focus on both 'bottom up' decoding skills and 'top down' predictive skills.

Promoting a Holistic Approach to Speaking in the Classroom
Date: July 14th (Saturday) 2007
Speaker: Simon Capper, Japanese Red Cross Hiroshima College of Nursing
Organization: Miyazaki JALT
First line of description: Many Language learners (and teachers) have a tendency to overly focus on linguistic features at the expense of the paralinguistic and nonverbal aspects of communication.

How Children Learn
Date: July 8th (Sunday) 2007
Speaker: Amanda Bradley
Organization: ETJ Miyazaki
First line of description: Amanda Bradley originally from Scotland has been involved in English Education for over 15 years.

The Center Shiken: A New Perspective
Date: June 23rd (Saturday) 2007
Speaker: Mike Guest
Organization: Miyazaki JALT
First line of description: The University Entrance Center Examination (widely known as the Center Shiken) is a common topic among English educators in Japan.

Children's English Teacher Focus Groups in Miyazaki
Date: May 25th (Friday) 2007
Speaker: Steve King, Research Editor, Pearson Longman
Organization: Pearson Kirihara
First line of description: Pearson Longman is looking for Children's English Teachers in Miyazaki to participate in the following discussion groups: * Thursday, 24th May at Travelman Bookstore in Oyodo, Miyazaki (near JR Minami Miyazaki Station).

Sing Your Life: Effectively Using Pop Lyrics in EFL
Date: April 21st (Saturday) 2007
Speaker: Paul Hullah, Miyazaki University
Organization: Miyazaki JALT
First line of description: Paul Hullah offers research findings suggesting that, though pop music forms L2 learners' most frequent meaningful exposure to English outside the classroom, this resource is inappropriately presented in popular contemporary tertiary level EFL coursebooks.

Resources and Activities for the New Year
Date: March 25th (Sunday) 2007
Speaker: Jennifer Paul, Rika Takayama and Asaf Shafrir
Organization: ETJ Miyazaki
First line of description: All teachers have their favorite resources, whether bought or hand-made, and most are always looking for something new to add to their collection.

Pearson Longman Kids Tour 2007 - Miyazaki
Date: March 11th (Sunday) 2007
Speaker: Akiko Seino and Megumi Takemura
Organization: Pearson Kirihara
First line of description: Enjoy an afternoon of presentations, teaching tips, and specials to help you change the world! By Akiko Seino, author of English Land: How can you create engaging lessons for students without creating extra work? This presentation will demonstrate activities and ideas that show how English Land can help you teach more effectively and make your lessons a priceless experience for you and your students.

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