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August 22, 2013

TEMI 1st Carat Seminar in Tokyo, Sept. 2013

temi-logo.jpgTeaching English methods Institute will hold a seminar in Tokyo at the end of September. The event is aimed at English instructors, elementary teachers & university students attending a TEMI seminar for the first time.

Date: September 29 (Sun) 9:30AM~4:30PM (Including 1 hour lunch break)
Place: Tokyo Voluntary Action Center, Central Plaza 10F (JR. Iidabashi St.) 1-1 Kaguragashi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-0823
Fee: 8,500 yen (Including the TEMI booklet and TEMI certificate)
Presenter: Helene Jarmol Uchida

With a B.A. and M.A. in English, Uchida is the founder of TEMI and Director of Little America English Schools, a lecturer at Seinan Gakuin University, Fukuoka Women’s University and Chikushi Jogakuen University. She writes the “Primary Advice” column for The Japan News (formerly The Daily Yomiuri) and is the author of The Challenge Book Series, My High School Writing Journal, and My University Writing Journal. Uchida believes that English education in Japan should be more “experiential.”

For more details, visit the TEMI website or contact one of the following.
Coordinator: Yuko Numata (Tel: 092-521-8826, email
Tokyo Coordinator: Keiko Niwano (Tel: 090-5486-8590)
Tokyo Group Seminar Coordinator: Regina Onose (Tel: 080-3505-5102

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