The 6th Annual OLE SIG Conference

Event Speaker: 
Noriyuki Nishiyama, Kyoto University
Presenters from allover Japan
Fee for JALT members: 
Free
Fee for non-JALT members: 
1,000 yen
Contact or Queries: 
Friday, September 15, 2017 - 9:00am to Saturday, September 16, 2017 - 6:30pm

The Past, Present and Future of Second Foreign Languages in Japan
September 15-16, 2017
Hiroshima International University, Hiroshima Campus
Organizers: JALT OLE SIG, JALT Hiroshima Chapter
Co-sponsor: Hiroshima International University
Call for papers

The conference offers a chance for teachers of any language to share their ideas and research results with colleagues. However, for the sake of mutual understanding, English or Japanese would be preferred as the language of presentation. Although papers about topical themes, such as active learning, e-learning, plurilingualism, and the CEFR, are encouraged, presenters should not feel restrained.

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of JALT OLE SIG, a special publication of the papers presented at the conference is being considered.

Proposals should be between 150-250 words in English or in Japanese.

Presentations last 30 minutes. Projector is available with VGA connection on site. Presenters should bring their own adapters.

A limited number of workshops will be scheduled for Friday afternoon, September 15th, 2017. Proposals for workshops should state the time needed for the workshop (45, 60 or 90 minutes).

Deadline for proposals: Midnight, June 17th, 2017.

Please send proposals to: jaltolesig@gmail.com

Notifications of acceptance of proposals will be sent by e-mail during the first week of July.

Participation is free both for presenters and audience.
ACCESS: http://www.hirokoku-u.ac.jp/access/hiroshima.html (in Japanese)
Hiroshima International University 730-0016 Hiroshima, Naka-ku, Nobori-cho 1-5

About 10-minute-walk from Hiroshima JR Station.

Address: 
Hiroshima International University - Hiroshima Campus
1-5 Noboricho, Naka-ku,
Hiroshima, Hiroshima
730-0016 Japan
Event Theme: 
The Past, Present and Future of Second Foreign Languages in Japan