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ELT Calendar for Suita City

Events of professional interest to language teachers in Suita City.

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Groups Active In Suita City

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

Past Events in Suita City

Here are some of the past events in Suita City.

Summer Seminar: Business and Intercultural Negotiation (day 2 of 2)
Date: July 2nd (Sunday) 2017
Speaker: Chris Bates (Interfas management consulting company, Taiwan), Kumiko Murata (Waseda University), Tim Craig (Doshisha University)
Organization: Business Communication (BizCom) SIG of JALT
First line of description: JALT Business Communication SIG, Kansai University, SIETAR Kansai, and the JALT Osaka and Kyoto chapters are proud to present the "Business and Intercultural Negotiation" conference, to be held July 1st and 2nd 2017, at Kansai University, Osaka.

Summer Seminar: Business and Intercultural Negotiation
Date: July 1st (Saturday) 2017
Speaker: Chris Bates (Interfas management consulting company, Taiwan), Kumiko Murata (Waseda University), Tim Craig (Doshisha University)
Organization: Business Communication (BizCom) SIG of JALT
First line of description: JALT Business Communication SIG, Kansai University, SIETAR Kansai, and the JALT Osaka and Kyoto chapters are proud to present the "Business and Intercultural Negotiation" conference, to be held July 1st and 2nd 2017, at Kansai University, Osaka.

Osaka JALT Back to School 2013 Mini-Conference
Date: April 14th (Sunday) 2013
Speaker: Various. Plenary speaker: Yuko Nishiyama. Call for proposals due March 14
Organization: Osaka JALT
First line of description: Back to School is Osaka JALT's annual one-day mini-conference which aims to share ideas on a wide range of topics to help everyone start the new school year on a positive note.

Osaka JALT Back to School 2012
Date: April 22nd (Sunday) 2012
Speaker: Various speakers
Organization: Osaka JALT
First line of description: Back to School is one of Osaka JALT's annual one-day mini-conferences which aims to share ideas on a wide range of topics to help everyone start the new school year on a positive note.

Osaka JALT Back to School 2011
Date: April 24th (Sunday) 2011
Speaker: Various presenters
Organization: Osaka JALT
First line of description: JALT's Osaka Chapter, in collaboration with the Framework and Language Portfolio SIG and Task Based Learning SIG, is proud to sponsor the second annual Back to School event.

A Moveable Feast - A collaborative teacher development event
Date: October 17th (Sunday) 2010
Speaker: Charles Adamson, Chuck Sandy, Deryn Verity, Steve Cornwell, and more
Organization: Osaka JALT
First line of description: Reserve Sunday, October 17 in your schedule book! To whet your appetite for tasty teacher and learner development, a delicious Teacher Development Day event, A Moveable Feast, is being whipped up by JALT's Learner Development and Teacher Education SIGs in collaboration with Osaka Chapter.

The 9th Annual JALT Pan-SIG Conference 2010 (day 2 of 2)
Date: May 23rd (Sunday) 2010
Speaker: Call for papers deadline is Feb 15, 2010
Organization: PanSIG Conference
First line of description: Please see day one for details.

The 9th Annual JALT Pan-SIG Conference 2010 - Learner Perspectives
Date: May 22nd (Saturday) 2010
Speaker: Call for papers deadline is Feb 15, 2010
Organization: PanSIG Conference
First line of description: The organizing committee of the JALT Pan-SIG Conference invites all interested applied linguistic researchers to submit presentation proposals for the 9th Annual Pan-SIG Conference, which will be held on Saturday and Sunday, May 22 and 23, 2010 at Osaka Gakuin University.

Stories that Need to be Told - A Film Screening by an Award-winning Japanese-Canadian
Date: July 12th (Sunday) 2009
Speaker: Linda Ohama
Organization: Kyoto JALT
First line of description: Linda Ohama, a Japanese-Canadian filmmaker and visual artist, will show and discuss her international award-winning film, Obaachan's Garden, the story of a remarkable journey of strength, love and determination of one woman's life of over 100 years.

JALT GALE-SIG Two-day Conference: Gender and Beyond
Date: October 7th (Sunday) 2007
Speaker: Various Presentations and Panel Discussion
Organization: GALE SIG of JALT
First line of description: On Sunday October 7, various paper presentations/discussions will be held as well as a closing panel discussion led by Prof.

Theory of Method: Reflections on Research Methodology in Pragmatics
Date: December 7th (Wednesday) 2005
Speaker: Gabriele Kasper, University of Hawai'i at Manoa
Organization: Kansai University
First line of description: Commensurate with the objects and problems of investigation in interlanguage pragmatics, research methods in this domain are highly diverse and have attracted a good deal of attention as research objects in their own right.

4th Annual Storytelling Festival and Symposium
Date: October 22nd (Saturday) 2005
Speaker: Curtis Kelly, Beniko Mason, Brian Caspino, Rex Tanimoto, and many more (including many students)
Organization: Osaka JALT
First line of description: The 4th annual Storytelling Festival and Symposium is presented by Osaka Gakuin University in cooperation with the Osaka Prefecture Board of Education and the Osaka and Kyoto chapters of JALT, and includes numerous teacher and student storytellers from Osaka prefecture and abroad.

Opportunities for learning L2 pragmatics: The Roles of Input and Interaction & Individual Differences in Learning L2 Pragmatics
Date: November 27th (Wednesday) 2002
Speaker: Gabriele Kasper, University of Hawaii Manoa
Organization: Kansai University
First line of description: Opportunities for learning L2 pragmatics: The roles of input and interaction.

Current issues in Task-Based Language Teaching
Date: June 15th (Saturday) 2002
Speaker: Michael Long, University of Hawaii Manoa
Organization: Kansai University
First line of description: This presentation will provide a brief overview of the six stages in the design, implementation, and evaluation of a genuinely task-based language teaching program: needs and means analysis; syllabus design; materials design; methodology and pedagogy; testing; and evaluation.

Focus on Form in Classroom Second Language Acquisition
Date: June 15th (Saturday) 2002
Speaker: Catherine Doughty, University of Hawaii Manoa
Organization: Kansai University
First line of description: This presentation will address a number issues concerning attention to form in second language teaching.

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