ELT Calendar Listings for Japan-based Newsletters

Copy the text below and paste it into your e-mail newsletters for language teachers in Japan. The list covers the next 40 days (from now, 17:39 pm today, Japan time). The events are from ELT Calendar. (If you're interested in putting event listings on a website, try ELT Calendar webservices (event data feed) instead; it's automated.) Terms of use: The link for more information remains as-is, and your newsletter is sent only to those who have signed up to receive it. Your use of this data indicates agreement with these terms.

Call for papers due Sunday, June 30th 2019 for 2019 JALT CUE and BizCom ESP Symposium
The 2019 JALT CUE and BizCom ESP Symposium will be held September 21 at Uchida Yoko in Osaka.
http://eltn.com/8017

****************************

Performance in Education: Research and Practice Conference (day 2 of 3), Featured Speakers: Rod Ellis and Vivian Bussinguer-Khavari. Call for papers due May 15 (SDD JALT) -- June 16 (Sun), 9:00-18:00; in Nagoya, Aichi
http://eltn.com/7959

Performance in Education: Research and Practice Conference (day 3 of 3), Featured Speakers: Rod Ellis and Vivian Bussinguer-Khavari. Call for papers due May 15 (SDD JALT) -- June 17 (Mon), 10:00-12:00; in Nagoya, Aichi
http://eltn.com/7960

2019 Okinawa JALT Summer Language Teaching Symposium, Rod Ellis (University of Anaheim), Barbara Hoskins Sakamoto (International Teacher Development Institute), David Kluge (Nanzan University) (Okinawa JALT) -- June 21 (Fri), 9:30-17:00; in Naha, Okinawa
http://eltn.com/7933

2019 Okinawa JALT Summer Language Teaching Symposium (day 2 of 3), Rod Ellis (University of Anaheim), Barbara Hoskins Sakamoto (International Teacher Development Institute), David Kluge (Nanzan University) (Okinawa JALT) -- June 22 (Sat), 9:30-17:00; in Naha, Okinawa
http://eltn.com/7934

2nd Annual JANET Conference: Nursing English Education for a New Age, Call for papers due March 31 (JANET) -- June 22 (Sat), 13:00-18:00; in Nagano
http://eltn.com/7963

TUJ Distinguished Lecturer Series: Issues of (mis)communication in Science and Mathematics Classrooms--the Surprising Importance of Language, Timothy Fukawa-Connelly (Temple University, U.S.A.) (TUJ) -- June 22 (Sat), 14:00-17:00; in Tokyo
http://eltn.com/7972

Google Classroom - The Basics, Charlotte VT Murakami (Kurume University) (Fukuoka JALT) -- June 22 (Sat), 18:30-20:30; in Fukuoka
http://eltn.com/8013

2nd Annual JANET Conference: Nursing English Education for a New Age (day 2 of 2), Call for papers due March 31 (JANET) -- June 23 (Sun), 9:00-13:00; in Nagano
http://eltn.com/7964

2019 Okinawa JALT Summer Language Teaching Symposium (day 2 of 3), Rod Ellis (University of Anaheim), Barbara Hoskins Sakamoto (International Teacher Development Institute), David Kluge (Nanzan University) (Okinawa JALT) -- June 23 (Sun), 9:30-17:00; in Naha, Okinawa
http://eltn.com/7935

Teaching Young Learners: English for Elementary School Education, Wakana Chihara (Kori Nevers Gakuin Elementary School), Julie Rhodes (Kawai Town Board of Education), Masayuki Takanao (Nara Prefectural Tomigaoka High School) (Nara JALT) -- June 23 (Sun), 10:00-12:00; in Nara
http://eltn.com/8024

Teaching listening and communication, David Paul (LTP) -- June 23 (Sun), 10:30-13:00; in Kyoto
http://eltn.com/7990

Changes in the English Teaching Environment, Jane Manalang (Okayama ETJ) -- June 23 (Sun), 10:30-12:00; in Okayama
http://eltn.com/8045

Cambridge Day Hokkaido, Various speakers (CUP) -- June 23 (Sun), 12:15-16:40; in Sapporo, Hokkaido
http://eltn.com/7979

How to Create a Successful ER Program in an Eikaiwa School, Lesley Ito (LIXON Education) (LIXON Education) -- June 23 (Sun), 13:00-16:30; in Nagoya, Aichi
http://eltn.com/8041

Teaching writing, David Paul (LTP) -- June 23 (Sun), 14:00-16:30; in Kyoto
http://eltn.com/7989

Asia TEFL 2019: ELT for Glocal Synergies across Disciplines and Multilingual Ambiences, Budsaba Kanoksilpatham (Silpakorn University), Andy Kirkpatrick (Griffith University), Kurt Kohn (University of Tuebingen), Alastair Pennycook (University of Technology Sydney), Willy Renandya (Nanyang Technological University), Yilin Sun (University of Macau), Amy Tsui (University of Hong Kong) (Asia TEFL) -- June 27 (Thu), 8:00-16:00; in Bangkok
http://eltn.com/7898

Asia TEFL 2019 (day 2 of 3), Budsaba Kanoksilpatham (Silpakorn University), Andy Kirkpatrick (Griffith University), Kurt Kohn (University of Tuebingen), Alastair Pennycook (University of Technology Sydney), Willy Renandya (Nanyang Technological University), Yilin Sun (University of Macau), Amy Tsui (University of Hong Kong) (Asia TEFL) -- June 28 (Fri), 8:00-16:00; in Bangkok
http://eltn.com/7899

Learn about Intercultural Communication in Education (with ICLE SIG), Roxana Sandu (University of Tsukuba), Valerie Hansford (Soka University), Javier Salazar (Kanda Institute of Foreign Languages and University of Tsukuba) (Tokyo JALT) -- June 28 (Fri), 18:30-20:30; in Tokyo
http://eltn.com/8037

Asia TEFL 2019 (day 3 of 3), Budsaba Kanoksilpatham (Silpakorn University), Andy Kirkpatrick (Griffith University), Kurt Kohn (University of Tuebingen), Alastair Pennycook (University of Technology Sydney), Willy Renandya (Nanyang Technological University), Yilin Sun (University of Macau), Amy Tsui (University of Hong Kong) (Asia TEFL) -- June 29 (Sat), 8:00-16:00; in Bangkok
http://eltn.com/7900

Teacher Journeys 2019 Conference, Featured Speakers: Christopher Hale (Akita International University), Fumi Takegami (The Prefectural University of Kumamoto). Call for papers due April 30th (TD JALT) -- June 29 (Sat), 9:00-17:00; in Kumamoto
http://eltn.com/7967

Half-day workshop--Engaging students with the Linguaculture Motivation Profiler, Joseph Shaules, Sumiko Miyafusa, Robinson Fritz, Gabriela Schmidt (JII) -- June 29 (Sat), 13:00-16:30; in Tokyo
http://eltn.com/8025

MA in Global Communication Open Day Event. Including a TESOL Workshop: Designing a CEFR-based curriculum, Colin Thompson (Josai International University), Tim Woolstencroft (Josai International University) (Josai International University) -- June 29 (Sat), 13:30-16:15; in Tokyo
http://eltn.com/8038

TUJ Distinguished Lecturer Series: Issues of (mis)communication in Science and Mathematics Classrooms--the Surprising Importance of Language, Timothy Fukawa-Connelly (Temple University, U.S.A.) (TUJ) -- June 29 (Sat), 14:00-17:00; in Osaka
http://eltn.com/7969

(1) Character Building Blocks for English Class; (2) Motivating Critical Thinking Through Graded Readers (1) Kim Horne; (2) Heather Doiron (Gifu JALT) -- June 29 (Sat), 18:00-20:00; in Gifu
http://eltn.com/8031

Developing Communication Skills In Children Naturally, Through A Story-Based Approach, Scott Crowe (Nuthouse Education) (Sendai JALT) -- June 30 (Sun), 13:00-17:00; in Sendai, Miyagi
http://eltn.com/8042

Project Based Learning & English Training, Masako Moriwaki (Shinshu JALT) -- July 7 (Sun), 10:00-12:00; in Okaya, Nagano
http://eltn.com/8022

Teaching games and songs effectively (TESOL certificate workshop), David Paul (LTP) -- July 7 (Sun), 10:30-13:00; in Tokyo
http://eltn.com/8003

TUJ Distinguished Lecturer Series: Usage-Based Second Language Acquisition: Implicit and Explicit Learning and Their Interface, Nick Ellis (University of Michigan, U.S.A.) (TUJ) -- July 13 (Sat), 14:00-17:00; in Tokyo
http://eltn.com/7971

How Listening Skills Can Drive or Inhibit Motivation and SLA, Alastair Graham-Marr (Fukuoka JALT) -- July 13 (Sat), 18:30-20:30; in Fukuoka
http://eltn.com/7981

Session A: Making Students Active Readers; Session B: Self-Assessment in the EFL Classroom, Yoko Takano, Steve Charles, Jane Hislop (Aichi ETJ) -- July 14 (Sun), 10:00-12:00; in Nagoya, Aichi
http://eltn.com/8039

TUJ Distinguished Lecturer Series: Usage-Based Second Language Acquisition: Implicit and Explicit Learning and Their Interface, Nick Ellis (University of Michigan, U.S.A.) (TUJ) -- July 20 (Sat), 14:00-17:00; in Osaka
http://eltn.com/7968

Teaching games and songs effectively (TESOL certificate workshop), David Paul (LTP) -- July 21 (Sun), 10:30-13:00; in Nagoya, Aichi
http://eltn.com/7996

Activities for children's classes, David Paul (LTP) -- July 21 (Sun), 14:00-16:30; in Nagoya, Aichi
http://eltn.com/7995