ELT Calendar Listings for Japan-based Newsletters

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Call for papers due Friday, December 20th 2019 for The Tokyo ELT Expo and Book Fair
The Tokyo ELT Expo and Book Fair will be held on Saturday, 22nd February and Sunday, 23rd February, 2020.
http://eltn.com/8113

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2019 Meisei University International Studies Center Professional Development Forum, Call for papers due October 13, 2019 (Meisei University ISC) -- November 16 (Sat), 9:30-15:30; in Hino, Tokyo
http://eltn.com/8040

International Communication and Community Development Conference, Joseph Shaules, Stephen Ryan, Kathryn Tanaka; call for papers due May 31 (Notre Dame Seishin University) -- November 16 (Sat), 10:00-18:00; in Okayama
http://eltn.com/7925

TUJ Distinguished Lecturer Series: Theory and Practice of Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL), Mike Bostwick (Katoh Gakuen English Immersion, Japan) (TUJ) -- November 16 (Sat), 14:00-17:00; in Tokyo
http://eltn.com/8088

Using Google Voice Recorder in Google Docs for Pronunciation Practice in Your Classroom, Erin Noxon (Fukuoka JALT) -- November 16 (Sat), 18:30-20:00; in Fukuoka
http://eltn.com/8111

Session A: Enhancing Student Voice With and Without Technology Session B: Bring the World to Your Classroom with Google Expeditions VR/AR,, Nate Gildart (Aichi ETJ) -- November 17 (Sun), 10:00-12:00; in Nagoya, Aichi
http://eltn.com/8114

englishbooks.jp Education Day for ELT Teachers Autumn 2019 in Fukuoka, TBC (englishbooks.jp) -- November 17 (Sun), 10:00-16:30; in Fukuoka
http://eltn.com/7984

International Communication and Community Development Conference (day 2 of 2), Joseph Shaules, Stephen Ryan, Kathryn Tanaka; call for papers due May 31 (Notre Dame Seishin University) -- November 17 (Sun), 10:00-18:00; in Okayama
http://eltn.com/7926

Songs, chants and rhymes in the classroom, Herman Bartelen (LTP) -- November 17 (Sun), 10:30-13:00; in Nagoya, Aichi
http://eltn.com/8075

Child-centered story telling, Herman Bartelen (LTP) -- November 17 (Sun), 14:00-16:30; in Nagoya, Aichi
http://eltn.com/8074

TUJ Distinguished Lecturer Series: Theory and Practice of Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL), Mike Bostwick (Katoh Gakuen English Immersion, Japan) (TUJ) -- November 23 (Sat), 14:00-17:00; in Osaka
http://eltn.com/8089

Teaching in elementary schools, Aurora Dobashi (LTP) -- November 24 (Sun), 10:30-13:00; in Kyoto
http://eltn.com/8069

Activities that are effective in both large and small classes, Aurora Dobashi (LTP) -- November 24 (Sun), 14:00-16:30; in Kyoto
http://eltn.com/8068

JASAL 2019 Annual Conference: New Beginnings, Plenary speaker Luke Carson (JASAL) -- November 30 (Sat), 10:00-17:00; in Ibaraki, Osaka
http://eltn.com/8035

JASAL 2019 Annual Conference (day 2) (JASAL) -- December 1 (Sun), 10:00-12:45; in Ibaraki, Osaka
http://eltn.com/8036

englishbooks.jp Education Day for ELT Teachers Autumn 2019 in Tokyo, Many speakers (englishbooks.jp) -- December 1 (Sun), 10:00-16:30; in Tokyo
http://eltn.com/7983

ETJ East Tokyo December Workshop Theme: Teachers Help Teachers, Harumi Shigeeda, Yuco Kikuchi, Nicky Sekino (East Tokyo ETJ) -- December 1 (Sun), 14:00-16:00; in Tokyo
http://eltn.com/8118

Using Video in Language Teacher Education, Steve Mann (University of Warwick), Robin Skipsey (British Council), Davey Young (Rikkyo University), Matthew W. Turner (Toyo University) (TD JALT) -- December 3 (Tue), 18:00-20:00; in Tokyo
http://eltn.com/8115

The Third Annual Nanzan Language Education Seminar, Call for papers due September 1st (Nanzan University) -- December 7 (Sat), 9:00-17:00; in Nagoya, Aichi
http://eltn.com/8020

Getting to know the CEFR: An introduction to the Commom European Framework of Reference, Jack Bower (Tezukayama University), Gary Cook (Hiroshima Bunkyo University) (Nara JALT) -- December 7 (Sat), 14:00-17:30; in Nara
http://eltn.com/8112

JALT Sendai Bonenkai, Social event (Sendai JALT) -- December 7 (Sat), 18:45-20:15; in Sendai, Miyagi
http://eltn.com/8119

Neurodiversity in the EFL Classroom, Jennifer Yphantides of Soka University (West Tokyo JALT) -- December 7 (Sat), 19:00-20:30; in Hino, Tokyo
http://eltn.com/8120

2019 Tohoku ELT Expo, Approximately 40 presentations (Sendai JALT) -- December 8 (Sun), 9:30-17:30; in Sendai, Miyagi
http://eltn.com/8117

englishbooks.jp Education Day for ELT Teachers Autumn 2019 in Nagoya, many speakers (englishbooks.jp) -- December 8 (Sun), 10:00-16:30; in Nagoya, Aichi
http://eltn.com/7982

7th British Council New Directions in English Language Assessment Conference, Call for papers deadline extended to Sunday May 12th (Tokyo British Council) -- December 8 (Sun), 10:00-21:00; in Yokohama, Kanagawa
http://eltn.com/7965

7th British Council New Directions in English Language Assessment Conference (day 2 of 2), Call for papers deadline extended to Sunday May 12th (Tokyo British Council) -- December 9 (Mon), 10:00-21:00; in Yokohama, Kanagawa
http://eltn.com/7966