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August 18, 2010

Would you like to give a presentation or have a display at one of the Expos?


The ETJ English language teaching Expos will be held in six cities between October and November:

• Sunday October 3 - Tohoku Expo (Sendai)

• Sunday October 10 - Aichi Expo (Nagoya)

• Sunday October 24 - Chugoku Expo (Hiroshima)

• Saturday/Sunday November 6/7 - Tokyo Expo and
Tokyo English Language Teaching Book Fair

• Sunday November 28 - Kansai Expo (Osaka)

• Sunday December 5, - Kyushu Expo (Fukuoka)

Would you like to give a presentation at one of the Expos?
There are many presentations at each Expo. Some are by famous writers or academics, and many are by local teachers. Each presentation is 45 mins. If you would like to give a presentation, please click here to send an e-mail. You need to include the following information:

Name of presenter
Title of presentation
Presentation outline (max 50 words)
Information on the presenter (max 30 words)
Types of teachers aimed at (e.g. university teachers) Topic area: (e.g. reading)
Please also state if a presentation is in Japanese.

Please state any commercial connection you have which might be relevant*

*Local teachers who have no relevant commercial connection are very welcome to give a presentation free of charge. The ETJ group organising each Expo will decide on which presentations to accept.

Those with a relevant commercial connection need to reserve a display at the Expo.

Would you like to have a display?
Please click here to send an e-mail and say what type of display you are interested in - you will be sent more information. There are three types of displays:

Commercial displays
The fee varies according to the size of the display and the number of Expos attended.

Displays for individuals or small companies
There are cheap one-table displays available at all Expos.

Free displays
For charities, associations for teachers, unions, support groups for foreigners in Japan.....

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