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.

Taking advantage of a multicultural campus

Date and Time:  Saturday, 3 June 2017 - 4:00pm - 6:00pm Speaker:  TBA Location:  Holt Hall Oita Contact or Queries:  jaltoita@gmail.com

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Tokyo JALT and Teaching Younger Learners Present!

Date and Time:  Sunday, 2 July 2017 - 2:00pm - 5:00pm Speaker:  Member Presentations

Tokyo JALT and the Teaching Younger Learners Present:

A K-12 workshop featuring presentations by teachers about teaching
Date: July 2nd, 2017 13:00-17:00
Location: Tokiwamatsu Gakuen, Himonya 4-17-16
Access: Toritsudaigaku Stn (Toyoko/Hibiya/Fukutoshin Lines)
Fee: Free for JALT and Tokyo JALT members, 1,000 yen for non-members
RSVP: http://bit.ly/TJALTandYLevent

Location:  Tokiwamatsu Gakuen, Himonya 4-17-16 Contact or Queries:  program@tokyojalt.org

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Dr. Charles Browne: High Frequency Vocabulary Lists & the Free Online Tools to Exploit Them

Date and Time:  Friday, 26 May 2017 - 6:30pm - 8:00pm Speaker:  Charles Browne

Tokyo JALT & the Vocabulary SIG Present: Dr. Charles Browne
Join us for an event that should be of great interest to any teacher, an event about vocabulary lists and tools to use them.

Please RSVP: bit.ly/TJALTrsvp

Title: High Frequency Vocabulary Lists & the Free Online Tools to Exploit Them

Location:  Rikkyo University in Ikebukuro, Building 10 Room 208 Contact or Queries:  program@tokyojalt.org

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Online English Learning: Resources, Activities and Evidence

Date and Time:  Sunday, 28 May 2017 - 2:30pm - 4:30pm Speaker:  Paul Raine

As English language teachers, our day-to-day profession consists of three main strands: creating resources, administering activities, and gathering evidence of learning from students. These three strands tend to be present no matter what theoretical approach to teaching we adopt.

Location:  Tenjin, Fukuoka City: Kurume University Satellite Campus. It is in the ELGALA building, just next to Daimaru, close to the Tenjin Minami subway station. Level 6, room 601-2

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