Our annual Shikoku JALT Conference will feature a keynote address by Prof. Terry Laskowski, an OUP sponsored featured speaker and concurrent presentations on a variety of teaching/research themes by Darren Lingley, Paul Daniels, Gordon Bateson, Laura Kawaguchi, Ian Willey, Gerardine McCrohan, Gerard Marchesseau, Elizabeth Yoshikawa, Bruce Lander, and Michelangelo Magasic.
The guardian of English poetry, the inventor of over 1,000 words still in use today, and one of the greatest players with our language, Shakespeare has given us a treasure trove of English to read - funny how so much of it doesn't make sense until it's spoken out-loud.
All members are welcome to attend this chapter social event. The event will be held at Angler in Kochi City, a popular eatery representing excellent local food culture. Anyone interested in attending should contact us by Wednesday, January 18th.
In this event, some background theory on error correction will be provided in the form of a presentation, followed by workshop format in which participants will be guided through error correction activities.
This is the 3rd consecutive year teachers in Kagawa have held an ESJALT My Share event. Six speakers will share their ideas, materials, and research
The CEFR provides tools for the development of language curricula, programmes of teaching and learning, textbooks, and assessment instruments.
The term “blended learning” refers to the admixture of web-based online learning with traditional face-to-face learning in the classroom. The purpose of blended learning is not to supplant traditional teaching methods but to supplement them in various ways.
This presentation explains how students gain important life lessons from an international home stay program. Each year a group of senior high school students at a private school in Matsuyama, Japan spend three weeks in Sydney, Australia.
The annual Shikoku JALT Conference is co-sponsored by East Shikoku JALT, Matsuyama JALT, and Oxford University Press. This year's 7th Annual Shikoku JALT Conference will be hosted by Matsuyama JALT. The programme will include 30-minute presentations/short papers (20 minutes + 10 min Q&A) in parallel sessions, which will follow the Keynote talk and the OUP-sponsored presentation.
Please join us as East Shikoku JALT rings in the new year in Kochi City. Contact Darren Lingley to reserve your seat at Angler, a local place specialising in fresh fish and Tosa cuisine.