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May 28, 2010

Details of the one-day certificate courses in teaching Japanese students announced.

DEH%20logo.jpgThe Oxford University Press / David English House ETJ certificate courses in teaching Japanese students will be held for the last time this year, so if you were planning to take the course at some point, now is the time to attend. These courses havw gained a tremendous reputation over the ten years they have been run.

The details of the courses are as follows:

Dates
Sunday June 20th - Toyo Gakuen University, Tokyo.
Sunday June 27th - Seifu High School, Osaka.

Sessions
1. Reading skills - methods and applications
Rob Waring (Notre Dame Seishin University)

2. Teaching skills for listening and speaking
Alastair Graham-Marr (Tokai University)

3. Testing and evaluation
Michael Guest (Miyazaki University)

4. Personal construct psychology and its implications in the classroom
David Paul (David English House)

Certificate
To obtain the certificate, it is necessary to attend the one-day training course and write four reports based on each of the four training sessions.

Fees
ETJ members - 4,500 yen
Non-members - 5,500 yen.
(membership of ETJ is free, and you can join on the day of the course)

Click here for more information and to reserve a place on a course.

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