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Hans Jansen Lecture on Formatting Games for Different Levels

On Sunday October 21, I will be doing two LMQ workshops at “englishbooks.jp Education Day for ELT Teachers” in Shinjuku, Tokyo. (10:30 Room B and 14:00 Room E) We will be focussing on adjusting the games to various level students. … Continue reading

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“Be the Teacher! Inspiring students to find their own voice in English” ‪on October 13‬

Dear Educator, National Geographic Learning is pleased to invite you to a professional development workshop – “Be the Teacher! Inspiring students to find their own voice in English” on October 13. Three professionals in the field of teaching junior and … Continue reading

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Lesson Plan ESL

Lesson Plan ESL The “Dumbo Feather” and Communication Circles Lesson Plan ESL – The “Dumbo Feather” and Communication Circles We are lucky to have another article by Thomas Anderson on teaching English in Japan to low level beginners or false … Continue reading

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ESL Japan 2

Teaching English to Adults Creating Confident Creative Conversationalist with Communcation Circles: Part 2 Teaching English to Adults “The best way to study for a communication test is to communicate!” by Thomas C. Anderson More on Communication Circles (Pictured: The Mickey … Continue reading

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ESL Japan

ESL Japan Creating Confident Creative Conversationalists with Communication Circles ESL Japan by Thomas C. Anderson “I hear and I forget;I see and I remember;I do and I understand.” Ancient Chinese Proverb As I approach my twentieth year of teaching English … 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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The Tale the Wags

The Tale That Wags by Thomas C. Anderson (Kanto, Japan) Book Review Tim Murphey. Perceptia Press, 2011. 112 pages Tim Murphey’s choice of title for his book is not meant as a pun, but rather as a metaphor-the “tale” (tail) … Continue reading

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How to be an Effective EFL Teacher

How to be an Effective EFL Teacher by David Martin Would you like to be an EFL teacher and Teach in Japan? We are honored at How to Teach English in Japan to be able to publish David Martin`s informative … Continue reading

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Teaching English TEFL

Teaching English TEFL Teaching English TEFL, indeed the Grammar Translation Method doesn`t work, unless perhaps you are trying to teach translators, but not teach people to speak English or any language for that matter. by Kevin Burns Grammar Translation Method … Continue reading

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TEFL Scams

TEFL Scams, I have never experienced one. Though I have heard of some. Have you? Japan in general, is a very safe country to work and live in. So scams at work are few in general. Caveat: as a nation, … Continue reading

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