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July 10, 2009

Would you like to give a presentation at one of the Expos for English language teachers?

expologo2.gifThe ETJ Expos for English language teachers are held in October/November in six cities each year - Sendai, Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, Hiroshima and Fukuoka. It is a good chance for local teachers to give presentations or run workshops.

If you are interested in giving a presentation, you just need to send in the following information:
• Name(s) of presenter(s)
• Name of your school
• Your e-mail address
• Title of Presentation
• Presentation description (max 50 words)
• Biographical data (max 30 words)
• Topic area (e.g. reading)
• Type of teachers for whom the presentation is relevant (e.g. university teachers)
• The language the presentation will be given in (e.g. English, Japanese)

Click on one of these Expo cities to send an e-mail to the person responsible for local presentations at that Expo: Sendai, Tokyo, Nagoya, Osaka, Hiroshima, Fukuoka.

There is no fee for giving local presentations so they cannot be commercial and cannot be non-commercial presentations by a presenter with a commercial connection. If you would like more information on paying for a commercial presentation, please click here to send an e-mail.

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