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Wednesday, March 23, 2011

One-day Certificate Courses in Teaching children

Language Teaching Professionals

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One-day Certificate Courses
in Teaching children

(for teachers of elementary school children)

Dates / times / venues

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Tohoku - (a course will be offered free of charge when it becomes possible to do so)

- Sunday April 3

Osaka - Sunday April 10

Nagoya - Sunday April 17

Fukuoka - Sunday May 1

Kanazawa - Sunday May 15

Matsuyama - Sunday May 22

Okayama - Sunday May 29

Sapporo - Sunday June (date to be announced later)

All courses are from 10:00 to 17:30 with a one-hour break for lunch

Registration / fees

To register
Please reply to this e-mail with your name and address, and state which course you would like to attend

The fee for one day is 9,000 yen for members of ETJ, and 12,000 yen for non-members.
Membership of ETJ is free and you can join on the day.

Course content

About the course
A general introduction to child-centered learning. All sessions are interactive. Methodology is underpinned by theory, but the emphasis is on how this theory can be applied to the teaching of elementary school children in the Japanese classroom.

Topics covered
* How do children learn?
* Using games effectively
* Building reading and writing skills
* Developing communicative skills
* Integrating songs
* Lesson planning
* Developing international attitudes

The trainer

David Paul
Author of 'Teaching English to Children in Asia', 'Communication Strategies', 'New Finding Out', 'Communicate', 'Songs and Games for Children', 'Discover English', 'Discover the World', 'Discover the Universe'.

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