Mini Speeches ミニスピーチを使った教授法

Tottori Chapter

Date and Time: 
Sunday, 23 April 2017 - 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Caroline Lloyd

Presentation Abstract: “Mini Speeches”
An activity that can be used across all levels and all ages. ‘Mini speeches’ give students ownership of the language, which helps build confidence to speak in front of people while at the same time, improving their vocabulary, grammar and writing skills. This presentation will show how mini speeches work and give some examples. I will focus mainly on elementary school and junior high school but will also give some other examples for older students. In the second part of my presentation I will share some other activities that have been successful in getting students to talk.


Presenter: Caroline Lloyd of Hiroshima YMCA College
キャロライン ロイド (広島YMCA専門学校)

Caroline Lloyd’s Bio Data:
Currently the Chief Coordinator of the Hiroshima YMCA School of Languages, Vice-Principal of YMCA International Kindergarten in Hiroshima, and teacher trainer for the YMCAs in West Japan. Caroline is the Immediate Past President of the Japan Association for Language Teaching (JALT)

キャロライン ロイド略歴:

When: April 23rd (Sunday) 4月23日(日)
Time: 14:00pm ~ 16:00pm (Room opens from 13:45) (Please be seated by 13:55)

Location: Tottori University 鳥取大学(湖山キャンパス)
In Room C (2F) of the Kōhō Center, which is just inside the main gate

Cost: JALT Members are FREE. Non-JALT Members are 1000 Yen. Students are 500 Yen. JALT会員は無料、非会員は1000円、学生割引は500円。

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