Hiroshima Chapter

Published: Fri, 12/05/2008 - 9:07pm

Hiroshima JALT has monthly meetings on a Sunday, usually from 3pm-5pm at a central location.

Our core officers are:

President: Simon Capper
Membership Chair: Tim Wilson
Treasurer: Warren Tang
Programme Chair: Aaron Sponseller
Publicity Chair: Katherine Song

Other Hiroshima officers are:

Facilities chair: Miharu Kihara
Recording secretary: Ariel Sorensen
Co-programme chair: Joe Lauer
Co-publicity chair: Rieko Yanagihara
Co-membership chair: Saki Inada
Member at large: Naomi Fujishima
Member at large: Takami Takeuchi

Chapter Officers

Simon Capper
Tim Wilson
Aaron Sponseller
Katherine Song
Warren Tang

Joining or renewing membership

You can easily join JALT or renew your JALT membership online.
JALT membership offers numerous benefits including: Member-rate admission to JALT conferences such as the annual JALT international conference; free or member-rate admission to JALT Chapter and SIG meetings and events; access to the latest JALT Publications, and more »

Upcoming Events

Various. Maybe you?
Sunday, 6 December 2015 - 9:00am - 6:00pm

Hiroshima JALT 2015 Mini-Conference and Book Fair
Hiroshima JALT invites you to submit a proposal to make a presentation at our Mini-Conference & Book Fair. The conference will be held on Sunday, December 6th 2015 at the YMCA in downtown Hiroshima.

We are now accepting presentation proposals. The deadline for submitting proposals is September 30, 2015 at midnight JST. Proposals related to teaching language to children, young adults, and adults are preferred. Proposals (and presentations) may be submitted in either English or Japanese.

Please be aware that all presentations at this year’s mini-conference should be 45 minutes in length. Presentation timing is at the discretion of the presenter, but should include at least 5 minutes for Q & A.
In attempt to stay in-line with the predominant types of presentations offered at JALT’s International Conferences, the Hiroshima JALT 2015 Mini-Conference is soliciting the following types of presentations. Please note that these descriptions come directly from the official JALT Guide for Submitting Presentation Proposals linked here:
• Research-Oriented Presentation: An oral summary with occasional reference to notes or a text that discusses the presenters’ topic and work in relation to theory and/or practice. Opportunities for audience participation are limited. (3 presenters max.)
• Practice-Oriented Workshop: A carefully structured, hands-on professional development activity. The presenter(s) and participants tackle a problem or develop specific teaching or research techniques.
• Product/Technique Demonstration: (description to be posted)
• Panel or Forum Discussion: Multiple presenters give presentations on a similar topic. A Forum can also be convened as a panel discussion (6 presenters max.)
To submit a proposal, click here. https://docs.google.com/a/jrchcn.ac.jp/forms/d/1Vo-DXNczedipuVlYG6bO5SZf...


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