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ELT Calendar for Nagasaki City

Events of professional interest to language teachers in Nagasaki City.

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Groups Active In Nagasaki City

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

Past Events in Nagasaki City

Here are some of the past events in Nagasaki City.

Good Education Versus Gamification: Who Wins?
Date: October 22nd (Sunday) 2017
Speaker: John Wiltshire (Miyagi Gakuin Women's University)
Organization: NanKyu JALT
First line of description: Why do our students, spend so much time gaming, tweeting, clicking, liking, uploading, texting? As teachers we can critically observe students' online activities to determine what--if anything--can be utilized for good education.

Bringing The World To Your English Classroom Easily Via Online Exchange (morning presentation in Nagasaki)
Date: February 25th (Saturday) 2017
Speaker: Eric Hagley (Muroran Institute of Technology)
Organization: NanKyu JALT
First line of description: Virtual Exchange (VE) has many benefits for foreign language teachers and their students but it is still not easily accessible to the mainstream.

Let's get physical: The brain/body connection in the EFL classroom.
Date: July 10th (Sunday) 2016
Speaker: Marc Helgesen (Miyagi Gakuen Women's University)
Organization: NanKyu JALT
First line of description: This session will look at brain-science reasons and ways to have students moving their bodies, while moving their English abilities up at the same time.

Investigating the world outside: Students and Teachers as Researchers
Date: December 5th (Saturday) 2015
Speaker: Andy Boon
Organization: Nagasaki JALT
First line of description: 1) Students as ResearchersProject work can be a powerful means of empowering students to take their learning beyond the borders of the classroom, to examine the world outside, to seek answers, and suggest change.

Creative teaching for 21st Century Learners
Date: October 18th (Sunday) 2015
Speaker: Barbara Hoskins Sakamoto, sponsored by OUP.
Organization: Nagasaki JALT
First line of description: There's a lot of talk these days about including 21st century skills in language classes.

The (Intercultural) Language Classroom
Date: June 27th (Saturday) 2015
Speaker: Rob Fritz (Nagasaki University)
Organization: Nagasaki JALT
First line of description: This presentation will bring research from intercultural education and cultural psychology to show how objectives outlined by MEXT can be achieved.

Poster Sessions: Meet Nagasaki JALT Executive
Date: April 12th (Sunday) 2015
Speaker: Thom W. Rawson (Nagasaki Int'l U), Karen Masatsugu (Kwassui Women's U), Luc Roberge (Nagasaki Junior College), Brendan Van Deusen (Nagasaki Int'l U), John Patrick Owatari-Dorgan (Nagasaki Int'l U)
Organization: Nagasaki JALT
First line of description: To kick of the 2015 school year, please come and join our April meeting and meet our Nagasaki JALT executive.

(1) European Language Portfolio to Foster Learner Autonomy; (2) Self and Peer Evaluation using Moodle
Date: February 22nd (Sunday) 2015
Speaker: Sergio Mazzarelli (Kwassui Women's College)
Organization: Nagasaki JALT
First line of description: The speaker will offer two presentations.

Focus on Drama
Date: January 10th (Saturday) 2015
Speaker: Dawn Kobayashi (sponsored by CUE SIG)
Organization: Nagasaki JALT
First line of description: A workshop on how to use drama as the main teaching methodology in university English classes.

Pseudoscience in EFL: what is it and 'woo' is responsible?
Date: December 13th (Saturday) 2014
Speaker: Terry Fellner (Saga University)
Organization: Nagasaki JALT
First line of description: This presentation will focus on the use of practices and methodologies currently found in language teaching that have little scientific evidence to support their use.

A four-step process for critical thinking instuction
Date: November 1st (Saturday) 2014
Speaker: David Gann
Organization: Nagasaki JALT
First line of description: This workshop will present materials and resources for critical thinking instruction.

Challenges to Achieving Communicative Competence in Japanese High School
Date: October 12th (Sunday) 2014
Speaker: Cory J. Koby (Sendai Shirayuri Gakuen High School)
Organization: Nagasaki JALT
First line of description: Since 1989 Japan's Ministry of Education (MEXT) has suggested that communicative competence be the primary objective of English education at the secondary level.

Bi-Lingual Moodle Workshop
Date: July 12th (Saturday) 2014
Speaker: Thom Rawson, Brendan Van Deusen
Organization: Nagasaki JALT
First line of description: Come learn about Moodle (Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment), a popular free software e-learning platform.

Using Picture Books and Storytelling to Teach All Age Groups
Date: June 8th (Sunday) 2014
Speaker: Patricia Daly Oe (Author, Teacher)
Organization: Nagasaki JALT
First line of description: Picture book author Patricia Daly Oe will present ways for teachers to develop creative and imaginative lessons for all age groups based on picture books and storytelling.

Journeys of Discovery; One Step Beyond the Classroom
Date: January 11th (Saturday) 2014
Speaker: Andy Boon (Toyo Gakuen University)
Organization: Nagasaki JALT
First line of description: This will be a double presentation.

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