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November 14, 2013

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Tokyo - Oxford Day 2013

wine-cheese.jpgWould you like to explore some practical new techniques for your classes?

Oxford University Press Japan would like to invite you to a day of thought-provoking and practical workshops by international and Japan-based experts on a range of high-interest areas in English language teaching. Topics to be covered include blended learning, creativity, CLIL, testing, using tablets, “Can-Do” statements, critical thinking, and more.

Presenters include: Goodith White, Keith Morrow, Grant Trew, Malcolm Swanson, Chantal Hemmi, Ben Shearon, Shigeru Sasajima

Also on offer:

  • Lunch* (vegetarian option available)
  • Wine and cheese party*
  • 20% discount on books
  • "Early bird" prize draw

Cost: FREE, but pre-registration is required.
Date: Saturday, November 23rd
Time: 09:30-17:00 (Doors open at 09:00)
Venue: AP Shibuya Dogenzaka 11F
(three minutes from the "Hachiko exit" of Shibuya station.)

(* For pre-registered guests only)

P.S. If you can't make it for Oxford Day, you can still hear Goodith White talk about "Technology in the classroom" at a special event in Shinjuku on November 25th. For more information, click here.

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