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June 02, 2009

One-day certificate course in teaching Japanese students to be held in Osaka this Sunday

ETJlogo.jpgThe first of the ETJ One-day certificate in teaching Japanese teenagers and adults will be held in Osaka this Sunday. The other courses will be held in Tokyo on Sunday June 14th and in Nagoya on Sunday June 28th.

Click here for detailed information on the courses and click here to go to the registration form.

These ETJ one-day courses, which are certified by Oxford University Press and David English House, have built up a tremendous reputation over the years and are recommended for both new and experienced teachers.

The Tokyo course will be at the Hongo Campus (near Tokyo Dome) of Toyo Gakuen University on Sunday June 14th, The Osaka course will be at Seifu High School on Sunday June 7th and the Nagoya Course will be on Sunday June 28th at Chukyo University.

Each training day will be divided into the following four sessions:

Teaching communicative competence to Japanese students
Alastair Graham-Marr (Tokai University)

Motivating and remotivating Japanese students
David Paul (David English House)

A practical approach to exam preparation
Grant Trew (ELT materials writer and testing consultant)

Dealing with vocabulary
Rob Waring (Notre Dame Seishin University)

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