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Games’ Scoring Systems

Games’ Scoring Systems   Competition works very well with children (and even adults) over the age of about 4 and it can be a great way to retain attention on an activity and producing the language. Competition must be kept fair, fun and involve the learners … Continue reading

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Members of ETJ

A message for members of ETJ The ETJ Book Service <https://www.etjbookservice.com&gt; is the key to ensuring that ETJ will be able to continue as a free association that supports English teachers around Japan. Anything you can do to help spread … Continue reading

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JALT2018

JALT2018 is approaching and here at JALT we are so excited and looking forward to seeing many of you in Shizuoka next month. This month’s announcements include: 1. JALT2018 Early Bird Registration Deadline: Tomorrow! 2. JALT2018 Full Schedule 3. Virtually … Continue reading

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16th Autumn Workshop at Doshisha University

The 16th Annual Autumn Workshop for Teaching Oral Communication in Japan, will be held on Saturday, November 10th at Doshisha University in Kyoto. Alma is proud to sponsor the Autumn Workshop. We are thankful for the support of the Kansai JALT chapters, … Continue reading

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Some Big English Schools in Japan

“I’m happy that my thoughts and insights… help folks. Really, that’s what teaching is all about…being there and encouraging students and perhaps changing their attitudes. This tends to be forgotten in all the presentations, articles, methods, etc. It is a … Continue reading

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Teaching English at Japanese Universities

“I’m happy that my thoughts and insights… help folks. Really, that’s what teaching is all about…being there and encouraging students and perhaps changing their attitudes. This tends to be forgotten in all the presentations, articles, methods, etc. It is a … Continue reading

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Teach English in Japan – An Interview of Teacher Michael Jacobs

Michael Jacobs is a university instructor in Japan and studying for his Masters degree online, and was kind enough to take time out of his busy schedule to be interviewed by How to Teach English in Japan. What advice do … Continue reading

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How to Master the Eiken Test

How to Master the Eiken Test by Kevin R Burns (Kanagawa,Japan) How to Master the Eiken Test -1 Buy some past Eiken tests. -Do the test and time yourself. Only allow yourself the time allowed for each Eiken test. Write … Continue reading

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Teaching about Sports, a Presentation

Teaching about Sports, a Presentation by Kevin Burns (Minamiashigarashi, Kanagawa) Teaching about Sports a Presentation Overview: Class 1: Preparation Class 2: Presentation Class 3: Play your sport (have a mini tournament) Preparation 1st Choose your team name:____________________________________ Choose your Captain … Continue reading

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English Language Teaching Japan, the Untold Story

by Kevin R Burns (Machida, Tokyo) English Language Teaching Japan English Language Teaching Japan – Education If you are living in Japan or intend to, you may be wondering: What are the differences between Japanese and Western Education? Japan has … Continue reading

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