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September 18, 2010

Scott Thornbury to present at four major events this month

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Scott Thornbury is headlining the first annual MASH JALT conference in Tokyo this weekend. Paul Nation, Marc Helgesen, Roger Palmer, Chuck Sandy, Marcos Benevides and others will also be presenting. Scott Thornbury will also be presenting at events in Kitakyushu, Osaka and Hokkaido. Click on each event below to see the details:

MASH JALT Equinox Tokyo

MASH ETJ-JALT Kitakyushu

MASH JALT Equinox Osaka

27th Hokkaido JALT Conference.

A MASH representative wrote: 'We are very lucky to bring together Scott Thornbury and Paul Nation. Scott was eager to come back to Japan after his great success last year at JALT 2009 in Shizuoka. He is also very committed to getting to know our EFL context better and sharing the underlying tenets of the dogme approach found in his recent award-winning book, Teaching Unplugged. Scott and Paul will lead a discussion on Accuracy & Fluency in Tokyo (9/19), and then in Osaka (9/25), they’ll have a live-streamed, one-on-one discussion of ELT. Beyond these headliners, we are thrilled to announce that some of the best and brightest teacher/researchers in Japan will also join us.'

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