Tag Archives: Teaching Children

ETJ Kanagawa – Workshop

ETJ – Kanagawa Sunday July 21: Marco Brazil Workshop 2:30 – 4:30 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Venue Kanagawa Prefecture Residents’ Activity Support Center (near the west exit of Yokohama station) Map: http://ltprofessionals.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/KanagawaETJvenue.pdf ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• REGISTER TO ATTEND Please register at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe-C6bKEHqDhxUs_tpf-ABFwYsJvtdQB2r9XC3OjyBujp6tIw/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Information Title: … Continue reading

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The ESL Teacher & Personal Construct Psychology

The ESL Teacher & Personal Construct Psychology by Kevin Burns ESL Teacher & Personal Construct Psychology – What are the implications for the classroom? I attended an ETJ Conference in Tokyo and David Paul asked this question during his lecture: … Continue reading

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What is Red?

What is Red? by David Lisgo What is Red — National Institute of Fitness and Sport in Kanoya I began to think more deeply about pre-reading programs when I heard from some Japanese elementary school teachers that they would not … Continue reading

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Teaching English to Children

Some Thoughts on Teaching Children English in Japan When teaching English to Kids there are many challenges and things to watch out for. Many have chosen to teach English in Japan, and many have gone before you. So luckily there … Continue reading

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ESL for Kids, Some Do`s and Don`ts

ESL for Kids, Some Do`s and Don`ts ESL for Kids, Do`s and Don`ts by May Lilleton Teaching English to children can be a daunting task as you have to develop both writing and oral skills in the kids through interactive … Continue reading

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English Land Textbooks

English Grammar for Kids English Grammar for Kids, how can you teach it? I feel the English Land series of textbooks does a good job of teaching grammar through context. Plus this series of books draws the children in with … Continue reading

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Drama in ESL Learning

Drama in ESL Learning By Lara Johnson Although many cultures don’t typically teach drama in school, it is still a useful tool in the classroom. A fun way to teach inflection and tone is through script work. You start with … Continue reading

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Language Play, Language Learning Part Two

Language Play, Language Learning Part Two by Sophia Mcmillan (Shane Training Centre, Shane Corporation) Language Play, Language Learning Part Two Go to Page 1 Procedure: Give the learners some examples of the simile pattern and show them how they rely … Continue reading

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Teaching Children: Some FAQs

Teaching Children: Some FAQs by Sophia McMillan (Shane Training Centre, Japan) Save Teaching children can be a challenging prospect, especially to those who are new to teaching. But don’t worry! Below are some FAQs about teaching English to young children, … Continue reading

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Young Learner Needs

Young Learner Needs by Sophia McMillan (Shane Training Centre, Japan) Shane Corporation Ltd There are similarities and differences between Adults and Young Learners (YL) as language learners. It is important to remember that learners are all individuals so the ideas … Continue reading

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