Pearson Japan:

Learning to Read; Reading to Learn (Iidabashi, Tokyo)

Date: Sunday, July 11th, 2004 Time: 10:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Speaker: Ali Taylor, David Thompson and Alastair Lamond (Longman); Fumihiko Dosaka (Shukutoku Yano Senior High School)

Description:
Four experienced presenters provide an all-you-need-to-know guide on using Readers.

  1. Once Upon a Time...The Magic of Shared Reading. Come and share the secrets for successful Shared Reading.
  2. Learning to Read; Reading to Learn: Graded Readers in the Young Learners Classroom. The more we read, the more we learn. Therefore, the younger we start reading, the better! Graded Readers are a great tool for motivating language learning, and this lively presentation looks at a range of techniques for exploiting their potential in the classroom. Get your students on the road to reading and vocabulary building!
  3. Your Guide to the Extensive Reading Maze. A fun-filled introduction to the wonderful world of Extensive Reading. Learn the who, what, where and why of Extensive Reading and how to get started today.
  4. Using Graded Readers in High School Reading Programmes. A helpful presentation on setting up a reading programme in your High School.
This afternoon's event is put on by Longman in conjunction with The British Council.

Organization: Pearson Japan

Cost: free

Venue: The British Council Tokyo, 1-2, Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

Location: Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolis, Japan

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