A Teacher's Book in English!

May 20 2009 0 Comments by The ENB
Events and Schedules, Seminars, and Meetings... about Teaching English to Japanese kids with the 英語ノート Eigo Noto Eigo Note:  MEXT's Elementary School ESL Textbook

Here is an event sponsered/presented by Nellie's Group, Ltd. that is just too good to be missed if you are in, near, or around Osaka or Tokyo for these scheduled dates below.

If you have never been to one of these events then you've got to give it a try at least for the free seminars! These presenters are tops!

 

 

English Festival in Tokyo:

Date: Sunday, November 29th, 2009
Time: 9:00~17:00
Venue: Yomiuri Shimbun Tokyo Office (9F/10F)
    Otemachi 1-7-1, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
    Nearby stations: Otemachi Station Exit C3
    (Tokyo Metro/ Toei Subway Mita Line)
    Approx. 12 mins. walk from JR Tokyo Station
Presented by Nellie's Group, Ltd. with support from THE DAILY YOMIURI
Participating Publishers: APRICOT Publishing, Cambridge University Press, Compass Publishing, IPI, Macmillan LanguageHouse, MPI Matsuka Phonics Institute, McGraw-Hill Education, M. Y. Associates, Oxford University Press, Pearson Longman, R.I.C. Publications, Saxoncourt Publishing, Scholastic, Stellar Education

 

English Festival in Osaka:

Date: Sunday, January 17th, 2010
Time: 9:15~18:00
Venue: Shin-Umeda Training Center
    Fukushima 6-22-20, Fukushima-ku, Osaka
    Nearby stations: Approx. 12 mins. walk from JR Osaka Station Sakurabashi Exit
    or approx. 5 mins. by shuttle bus (leaving every 20 mins.)
    Approx. 8 mins. walk from JR Fukushima Station (Kanjo Line)
Presented by Nellie's Group, Ltd.
Participating Publishers: APRICOT Publishing, Cambridge University Press, IPI, Macmillan LanguageHouse, MPI Matsuka Phonics Institute, McGraw-Hill Education, Oxford University Press, Pearson Longman, R.I.C. Publications, Saxoncourt Publishing, Scholastic

 

Remember you must register in advance and take note of the deadlines. Also, keep in mind there are fees for the Guest Lectures and that they are given in Japanese, too. (There will be guest lectures with top names regarding the Eigo Noto so look into the link below for more info.)

But also remember not everything will cost you money. The good news is (I'm assuming, so check the link again) is that there will be free presentations from ELT publishers. By the way, if you see me there I'll be the one wearing really dark sunglasses. So, don't try to copy my look.

For more information check out the link:

http://www.nellies.jp/info/event.php?lang=en&id=108

Cheers!

The ENB

 

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