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Chapter Events

Chapter Events

What's happening in the different JALT chapters around the country.

Each of JALT’s 36 active chapters sponsors from 5 to 12 events every year. All JALT members may attend events at any chapter at member rates—usually free. Chapters, don’t forget to add your event to the JALT calendar or send the details to the editor (see submission guidelines).
CHAPTER EVENTS ONLINE: You can access all of JALT’s events online at www.jalt.org/events.

Double session: Two views of Reflective Practice

Date and Time:  Sunday, 22 January 2017 - 2:00pm - 5:00pm Speaker:  Joan Kuroda Speaker:  Joan Gilbert

Social event: We will have a meal after the session at a nearby restaurant. Reservations for dinner required by Tuesday, January 18. Contact fujimotodonna AT gmail.com

Presentation 1:
Reflective Practice: Exploring Teacher Beliefs and Classroom Practice

Location:  NIshinomiya Daigaku Koryu Center (ACTA East Tower 6F) Tel.(0798)69-3155 Two minutes walk from Nishinomiya Kitaguchi station Contact or Queries:  sanderson808@gmail.com

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“English Language Education in Iran: Past, Present, and Future”

Date and Time:  Sunday, 22 January 2017 - 2:15pm - 4:20pm Speaker:  Mehrasa Alizadeh (doctoral student at Osaka University) Speaker:  Parisa Mehran (doctoral student at Osaka University)

In this talk, the presenters will give a short introduction to Iran, its language and culture. Following that, the history of foreign language education in Iran will be discussed with the focus on the English language. Finally, TEFL programs at Iranian Universities will be briefly overviewed.

Bios:

Location:  M215, Aidai Muse Building, Ehime University Johoku Campus Contact or Queries:  juyama@cc.matsuyama-u.ac.jp

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My Share: Four practical activities to increase student engagement

Date and Time:  Sunday, 18 December 2016 - 2:15pm - 4:20pm Speaker:  Luke Draper (Ehime University) Speaker:  Alexis Kinch (Ehime University) Speaker:  Andrew Tidmarsh (Ehime University) Speaker:  Scott Webber (Ehime University)

This workshop presents four activities that can be used to increase student engagement. Facilitators will give a short introduction of their activities, along with any materials/handouts that participants might need. Finally, breakout sessions will be held to assist participants in adapting the activities for their needs.

Location:  M215, Aidai Muse Building, Ehime University Johoku Campus Contact or Queries:  juyama@cc.matsuyama-u.ac.jp

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