285A4692

Teaching Guidelines Seminar

This two-day workshop focuses on teaching EFL to young learners. It includes introduction to teaching EFL in Japan, classroom management, lesson planning and practical generic activities suitable for young learners.
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
-identify which teaching methodology is suitable for students
-organize and structure a lesson according to lesson objectives
-change generic activities suitable in class
-create interactive activities which promotes student talking time
-prepare and use teaching materials in various activities
285A5483

Advanced Teacher Training

This two-day workshop focuses on teaching EFL to intermediate and advanced learners. It includes introduction to Advanced and Business English one on one and small group lessons, lesson planning specifically based on four skills and phonology.
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
-identify and structure a lesson according to learners’ needs
-create activities that promote active learning
-have effective strategies to keep students engaged
-discuss the basics of phonology
-create lessons specifically based on four skills
285A2776

English Grammar and Phonology Workshop

This workshop refreshes teachers about English vocabulary and grammar. Fundamental rules and principles are discussed as common grammar errors are addressed.
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
-review the basic rules of English grammar
-address common student errors and how to clearly explain them
-make simple grammar worksheets

 

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Teaching Techniques for EFL Classes

This workshop discusses the Theory of Multiple Intelligences and how it is used as a basis for creating EFL activities.
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
-know what activities are suitable for students depending on what students excel at
-create their own set of generic activities to be used in various lessons