Daily Archives: August 20, 2018

What is Permitted at How to teach English in Japan

What is Permitted at How to Teach English in Japan HOW TO TEACH ENGLISH IN JAPAN·MONDAY, AUGUST 20, 2018 You may post: An article about teaching or living in Japan A teaching employment ad or an ad for some education … Continue reading

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If you like to Play Board Games join JIGG!

If you live in Kanazawa, and like role playing games, chess, wargames, table top games. Join us! It`s free!   JIGG Kanagawa Facebook Group · 13 members Join Group We enjoy playing board games, wargames, role playing games, chess, poker, … Continue reading

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On Being Strict

On Being Strict by John Bravo (Kansai, Japan) I teach English at a private junior,senior high school in Japan. A couple of the teachers are very strict. Probably too strict in the opinion of some of us. I`m sure these … Continue reading

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Karaoke Day: Using Songs in the Classroom

Karaoke Day: Using Songs In The Classroom by Tom Anderson (Aoyama Gakuin University; Tokai University) Karaoke Day: Using Songs In The Classroom Why Karaoke? Some teachers think of using songs as a mere “filler activity” for use in a Monday … Continue reading

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Building Up an English School in Japan by Kevin R Burns (Machida, Tokyo) Thank you to David Paul for these ideas. I went to an ETJ lecture and Paul spoke about how to build up an English School in Japan. … Continue reading

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Japan to use AI robots in English classes

Japan to use AI robots in English classes NHK — AUG 20 Japan’s education ministry is planning to place English-speaking artificial intelligence robots in schools to help children improve their English oral communication skills. Japanese students are generally not good … Continue reading

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