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June 03, 2004

Native English Teachers in Japan Project

Teacher Patrick Kiernan has started a project that requires the cooperation of English teachers and native English speakers in Japan. It takes the form of a survey whose aim is to find out people's views on teaching English and experiences of living and working in Japan. The survey, which takes about ten minutes, is online. There are also a version which can be taken by Japanese teachers or students of English. Kiernan is also carrying out a series of interviews with English teachers in a variety of contexts (from teachers at private language schools, to tenured university professors). If you think you might be interested in participating in such an interview, then please first complete the online questionnaire, add your name and e-mail address at the end and you will be sent further information.
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