Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Teaching Ideas Exchange: October 10th, 2015–Call for presenters

PIGATE and the NanKyu chapter of the Japan Association of Language Teaching (JALT) are planning a teaching ideas exchange for the PIGATE gathering next month.

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As teachers, we are always looking for new ways to teach. This meeting will be a great chance to exchange ideas with other teachers from various teaching backgrounds and with a wide range of experience.

You can present a game, an interesting way to ... [teach] a language point, a book you often use, or any other useful tips you may have for your fellow teachers. We hope this will be a fun, informative and valuable experience for all who participate.

You can present in any format you wish: PowerPoint, a poster presentation or a demonstration. Your presentation should be between five and ten minutes.
(JALT NanKyu blog, PIGATE Meeting October 10th, 2015.07.23)

If you're interested in sharing your ideas, techniques or tips, please contact Sarah Faherty, the JALT NanKyu Program Chair, today!

The event will be at Kumamoto Gakuen Daigaku [on] Saturday, October 10th, from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Please check the Calendar of Events and Meeting Location pages for details.

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