We are still planning this event. Please check our website www.jaltsendai.org for complete, up to date details on this and all our events as it becomes available.
You can be sure that this, like all our events, will be worthwhile and help develop your professional and social skills.
Embracing Failure: The Missteps to Success
Due to a sudden illness, the presenter was forced to cancel his appearance at this event. Sendai JALT members wish Eric a speedy recovery.
Many teachers in Japan would like to get their finances in order, but aren’t quite sure where to start. This exposes them to three big potential dangers: not doing anything, doing the wrong thing, and being taken advantage of by ‘advisors’ or financial institutions. This workshop will cover basic aspects of personal finance and investing, as well as specific investing.
Please join us for this social highlight of the year. Spouses, friends, and colleagues are all welcome to come and enjoy an evening filled with fun and frolic. Space is limited to 35, and reservation deadline is December 1.
Don't forget John and Marc's Big BBQ Garden Party—Pig Roast, Niku-maki, BBQ chicken, Smoked salmon, plus MORE! Saturday, October 10. Champagne & cheese kampai at 5, BBQ from 5:30. Bring a side dish and/or something liquid.
Highlights from JALT International Conference 2015 in Shizuoka by various presenters. Those local members lucky enough to attend the JALT International Conference in Shizuoka will present an eclectic range of reports on the best presentations they attended at the conference.
A large number of presentations will be given by speakers from around the nation and from the Sendai/Tohoku region. There will also be a large ELT materials exhibition and sale—come meet publisher representatives from Japan’s leading suppliers.
As of 2004, all universities in Japan must submit to an external accreditation evaluation, to be repeated every seven years. The universities receive written assessments in multiple categories from one of four official accrediting agencies.
The New General Service List (NGSL) is a list of core vocabulary words for EFL learners and is a major update of West's (1953) GSL. Based on a carefully selected 273 million word sample from the Cambridge English corpus, the 2800+ words of the NGSL offer between 90-92% coverage of most texts of general English.