Calendar and Contacts

Workshops are usually held
Sundays, 9:30-12:00
at Nagoya International Centre. Registration starts at 9:00.

Workshops 2006—2018
Youtube: Setting Up Your Channel, Branding & Community Building: Nate Gildart 18 Nov 2018 YouTube is arguably one of the most powerful social media resources for teaching and learning, whether you want to simply curate videos used in class or develop your own channel. In these two sessions your YouTube guide, Nate Gildart, will include basics of navigating the platform to employing advanced features, then move from setup to branding. Participants should have a laptop device (iPad and some tablet devices may be limiting), as well as come prepared with images to be used for their branding watermark and YouTube channel banner. (copyright should be kept in mind) A sample video would be useful but not necessary, as materials to create a simple channel trailer video can be prepared on the day.
Conversational storytelling and how to teach it: Bob Jones
Sessions A & B
29 July 2018 Whenever people gather together, personal accounts of life’s ups and downs, friends' misfortunes etc. are likely to feature in the conversation. This presentation will demonstrate techniques we can use to teach our students how to structure their stories, use appropriate language, and respond to stories that they hear from others. feedback skills that help them produce improved output themselves.
Peer review

Session A: Steven Charles

Session B: Wayne Jackson
20 May 2018 Session A: Peer review in writing gives students a chance to develop the ability to examine other students' papers which in turn helps them improve their own writing. Peer review skills can be lacking in many students, so it is the teacher's responsibility to teach these skills alongside teaching writing. In this presentation, Steven will show you this process as he conducts it in his classes and then give you the chance to review and evaluate writing in small groups.

Session B: Peer review of oral activities allows students to give each other feedback on their work, while also encouraging reflection on their own efforts. In the second presentation, Wayne will demonstrate how students can develop feedback skills that help them produce improved output themselves.
Session A: "SeeSaw: The Learning Journal" -- Riza Banzon & John Ellis

Session B: "Back-to-schol group-share board game"
Mar 2018 Documenting the learning process, not just the end result, is essential. In Session A, attendees will learn about how to use SeeSaw, an app with built-in creative tools, in the classroom, to strengthen connections between home and school, and explore more ways to provide a safe place for students to learn 21st century skills and use technology effectively. Attendees can also participate in an interactive SeeSaw experience during the workshop.

In Sesion B, attendees will be introduced to a board game designed to give players a fun way to share ideas and experience, and discuss how to improve the coming academic year. Let's enjoy sharing what we have found to be effective or have struggled to overcome, and discuss ways to better our performance as teachers.
Session A: "Foster Independent Academic Learning with Google Search" -- Nate Gildart

Session B: "Tech Tools for Formative Assessment" -- Alexander Hester
14 Jan 2018 Our first session features Nate Gildart as he teaches us how to use Google more effectively. Nate will teach us skills to get better information through better searching techniques.

For our second session, Alexander "Dean" Hester will present how to use free software to collect feedback and gauge student understanding of lesson objectives.
Session A: "Bring young learners together" -- Bob Pensak

Session B: "Integrating task-based teaching into your coursebooks" -- Nami Imagawa
19 Nov 2017 In session A, Bob Pensak invites participants to take a humorous look at children, so as to develop lesson plans, songs and fun activities that bring young learners together. Bob Pensak is the owner of "Bob's English " in Okazaki, and has been teaching children in Japan for 17 years.

In session B, Nami Imagawa introduces the concept of task-based teaching (TBT), then illustrates how she integrates TBT by modifying activities in her classroom coursebooks. Participants are also asked to share ideas for effective instruction using TBT. Nami Imagawa is a local teacher with 12 years private sector teaching experience to all ages, and now owns a small language school owner while doing her M.Ed. TESL with UBC.
Session A: "Bring young learners together" -- Bob Pensak

Session B: "Integrating task-based teaching into your coursebooks" -- Nami Imagawa
19 Nov 2017 In session A, Bob Pensak invites participants to take a humorous look at children, so as to develop lesson plans, songs and fun activities that bring young learners together. Bob Pensak is the owner of "Bob's English " in Okazaki, and has been teaching children in Japan for 17 years.

In session B, Nami Imagawa introduces the concept of task-based teaching (TBT), then illustrates how she integrates TBT by modifying activities in her classroom coursebooks. Participants are also asked to share ideas for effective instruction using TBT. Nami Imagawa is a local teacher with 12 years private sector teaching experience to all ages, and now owns a small language school owner while doing her M.Ed. TESL with UBC.
Halloween share 17 Sept 2017 September is the time for our always popular Halloween Sunday Workshop. Bring your favorite Halloween ideas and materials as we present and share our ideas. Halloween is a fun holiday for both kids and adults.
Spelling... without trying! 23 July 2017 Want your students to speak more in class? Want a more student-centered classroom? Yoko Takano of Okidoki Eigo School presents her method for getting students to speak and write more in class. She will teach us how students can be taught to notice grammar first and form second. From there, students will be more confident and able to produce more English in class.
Spelling... without trying! 21 May 2017 Join us as Nic Kapper shares more of his ideas with us. This time, he will demonstrate how to teach spelling without really trying. Instead of spending valuable class time on directly teaching spelling, Nic will show us how to incorporate spelling into other activities. Your students will learn and retain spelling without explicit instruction.
Back to school 2017-2018 5 Mar 2017 Our next ETJ-Aichi workshop will help you be ready for going back to school in April! Our focus will be on our favorite beginning of the year activities. We'll be sharing ice breakers, class management techniques, phonics activities, games and more! Come prepared with one or two of your favorites. We'll share our ideas in a poster session activity, which in itself, is a FANTASTIC game plan for getting our students involved in their own English language learning!
JM’s Card-game Theory 8 Jan 2017 Card games provide a flexible platform for interactive language practice. This presentation demonstrates several specialized card games that may be used to promote learning with progressively complex language functions. The presenter J.M. Dunn has taught English in a variety of contexts, including ten years in Japan. He has an MA in TESL and, while currently pursuing a doctorate in education at Northern Arizona University, he will present for us via Skype and an avatar named Wayne.
Kids are like goldfish! 20 Nov 2016 The average attention spans of children have fallen below that of a goldfish! Take a humorous look at lesson planning, activities, and songs with Bob Pensak to keep them little goldfish interested!
Halloween share 18 Sept 2016 It is still very, very hot but fall is definitely on its way. And it means... Halloween! Ready to scare and share? September is the time for our always popular Halloween Sunday Workshop. Bring your favorite Halloween ideas and materials as we present and share our ideas. Halloween is a fun holiday for both kids and adults.

Come on Sunday and help us introduce this spooky and playful holiday to our Japanese students.
PechaKucha™ style presentations 15 May 2016 PechaKucha™. PechaKucha (PK) is a presentation format that shows twenty images for twenty seconds each as the speaker talks about each image. Topics range from storytelling, travels, and hobbies, to research, student projects, and other interests. PK presentations can be adapted to classrooms of all levels from kindergarten to university.

Explore how this exciting technique can be used in your classroom. Take the opportunity to collaborate on or make your own PK presentation on the spot. If you already have a PK ready to go, or an idea for one, bring your ideas and images to the workshop! Ready to dazzle and enlighten?
Efficiency and Effectiveness in the Classroom 15 May 2016 Nic Kapper will introduce a technique that will increase your students' vocabulary retention significantly. Also, he will demonstrate a point system that will keep your children's eyes on you throughout the lesson. Finally, he will tell you about the NPO Spelling Bee, an effective program that will improve your students' phonics and reading abilities really fast.
Poster Session 6 March 2016 It's Back to School time for our next ETJ-Aichi workshop! Our focus is on our favorite beginning of the year activities. We'll be sharing ice breakers, class management techniques, phonics activities, games and more! Come prepared with one or two of your favorites. We'll share our ideas in a poster session activity, which in itself, is a FANTASTIC game plan for getting our students involved in their own English language learning!

In our Session A, we will explain what a poster session is, show you how to develop a topic for one and then help you make it.

In Session B, we will practice presenting our posters in pairs before dividing everyone into two groups to take turns both presenting and viewing a mini poster session. We expect the poster sessions will provide you with a great teaching format as well as several interesting teaching topics and ideas.

Our Back-to-School Sunday Workshop will stimulate and motivate teachers of all levels as we head into a great new school year.
Fowl Play / Game making session 10 Jan 2016 (Part 1) For presenter Andrew Hitchings, of AndrewzGamez, analog games (table-top, non-digital) are his passion, and turning such games into valuable teaching resources is his most positive contribution to language education in Japan. Now that the end of his tenure in Japan may be looming on the horizon, he has come to introduce his games to you.

Having lived in Japan for over 20 years, Andrew currently lives on a poultry farm in Mizunami City, Gifu with his Japanese wife and three sons. He has taught students of all ages, in groups of various group sizes and in numerous places. Though questioning his success as a teacher, he soldiers on.

(Part 2) An opportunity during the workshop for attendees to brainstorm and create their own game ideas and games.
Games & Activities 15 Nov 2015  The coordinator of ETJ-Aichi, Wayne Jackson will share his huge collection of games and activities at our next Sunday workshop. You can learn how to create, use and play several types of games that can help any teacher. Wayne will demonstrate activities for seasonal events and specific language skills. This workshop is sure to be fun, educational and applicable for language teachers of all levels.
Working with or as a Japanese English teacher 26 July 2015 (Part 1) Round table discussion.

(Part 2) Panel discussion, and materials presentation.
An Introduction to Learning Content Management Systems (LCMS) for ELTs and Language School Operators / External Motivators to Get Jr. High School Students Talking More in Class 10 May 2015 (Workshop Part 1) Creating learning content on a computer assisted learning platform can be a beneficial option for classroom ELTs and language school operators. Students need practice drills to master grammar concepts and vocabulary so that they can apply them to something beyond an upcoming test. By creating drills online on an LCMS (Learning Content Management System), teachers can distribute valuable exercises to students on home computers and even smart phones.
The presenter, Tim Chambers, is an adjunct professor at several leading universities, and an early adopter of LCMS technology. With ten years experience creating course content on LCMS platforms, he has experimented with all of them in a search for the ideal LCMS and is well-acquainted with each one's features and ease of use.

(Workshop Part 2) The English classroom provides essential opportunities for Japanese students to use the English they are learning. The presenter will show how an organized stamp system, a class credo, and a few tweaks to your teaching style can get large classes using more English than they already are.
The presenter, Joshua Myerson, has been teaching in Japan since 1994 in both eikaiwa and junior high classrooms, the latter for the past eight years where the topic of today's workshop was born and continues to be honed.
English Unplugged - Generating energy in the classroom / Extensions of Extensive Reading 18 Jan 2015  (Workshop Part 1) Students are curious about each other, but lack confidence to explore this curiosity in English. Dogme ELT, a strategy by Scott Thornbury, taps students' desire to communicate as a teaching tool. It discourages materials and technology in favor of student-driven topics. We'll consider ways to foster Dogme in the classroom.
Speaker Paul Durant is a business English trainer experienced in TEFL and TESOL in America and Japan. After 20 years international business experience, he moved to Japan, training in International business.
(Workshop Part 2) This presentation will introduce a unit on literary genres designed to help guide L2 students to choose books that reflect their reading interests. The presentation will also look at the use of mind-mapping as a tool to encourage students to further explore the content of their extensive reading choices.
Speaker Heather Doiron teaches at Nanzan University. Her main interests are in extensive and intensive reading. Ages of students best suited for: Jr. High, Senior High, University.
English Activities for Intercultural Awareness 16 Nov 2014   Basic knowledge of how language teachers can incorporate intercultural activities into their language curriculum adjusted for language ability and intercultural developmental stage. Participants will be introduced to some basic intercultural development concepts and will take part in activities that focus on various stages of development and ages. Workshop activities will range widely and include demonstration and discussion for classes from teaching young learners, children, adolescents, and adult learners.

Presenter Jon Dujmovich is currently an Assistant Professor at Aichi University and director of Imagination Ink. In 2008 Jon was awarded a grant to design and implement an English language intercultural communications pilot course for third year Jr, H.S. students in Shizuoka prefecture with the aim to prepare them for "international classes" at H.S., increased intercultural contact, and study abroad. Prior to that Jon worked in the corporate world as an intercultural trainer and language instructor for Matsushita National/Panasonic Overseas Training Center and Excel International.
Halloween share 21 Sept 2014   Halloween fun and spookiness with songs, games, activities, party plans, and other ideas from our members, who brought their favorite Halloween music, picture books, games, crafts, party tips and other teacher tricks and treats to share!
Lesson Planning for Very Young Learners 11 May 2014   Music, movement and imagination are the keys to planning fun and exciting lessons for very young learners. In this workshop, activities and games for 2 to 4 year olds are introduced, in addition to the use of transition songs between activities, magic, and props.

Presenter Bob Pensak lives in Okazaki (Japan) with his wife and five-year-old son. He is the owner of Bob’s English and has been teaching English to children in Japan for twelve years.
Preparing for the TOEIC Exam / 1+1=3: Strategies for Better Team-Teaching 30 Mar 2014   (Workshop Part 1) The demand for TOEIC preparation classes is increasing. Students can improve their listening and reading skills by using sample TOEIC tests. This presentation will discuss how.

Kazumi Takagi has been teaching English at various manufacturers over the past several years as a non-native English teacher. In her free time she enjoys hiking in the mountains.

  (Workshop Part 2) Team-teaching is based on communication between two teachers from different backgrounds. Effective team-teaching comes from sharing and communicating with mutual understanding and respect for all particpants. This presentation will present the general backgrounds of both the Japanese and foreign teacher as well as provide specific strategies for improving communication both in and out of the classroom.

Steven Charles has been teaching in Japan for over 10 years, including three years as an ALT in both junior high and elementary schools. He has studied both cultural anthropology and education and so has developed an interest in cultural differences in education.
How to motivate students to learn English vocabulary / Flexible Game Templates 10 Nov 2013  (Workshop Part 1) Nobutaka Tsubota explains how students can master, in one year, the 8,000 English words required for the 1st grade of the STEP test and a 990 on the TOEIC.

 (Workshop Part 2) Games can be an effective way to introduce or review language. Wayne Jackson demonstrates how using a small number of flexible game templates allows a teacher to focus more on teaching language than teaching games.
Faster Number Recognition and Fluency / The Learning Power of Music 28 July 2013  (Workshop Part 1) The ability to both quickly say and understand numbers is a critical skill which the majority of our students are not sufficiently adept at. Presenter Chris Davanzo demonstrates effective classroom methods to help students understand, practice, and improve fluency using numbers.

 (Workshop Part 2) Ever wonder why we naturally tap our feet, dance or sing to music? Ever notice that kids do the same thing? Music and song are a natural and effective way of introducing and creating communicative opportunities in the classroom. Presenter Eric Kane shows how any teacher can expose, perform, and expand on songs in fun and creative ways.
Useful Activities and Techniques for Junior High and High School Teachers / Group share 5 May 2013  In part 1 of the workshop, Nick Boyes provides attendees with a number of activities for livening up junior and senior high English classes. The activities add variety, communication, and movement to lessons, they have been proven effective in classroom use, and some are even requested by students.
Part 2 is a "Group share". A chance for everyone to share one or two of their personally favorite classroom activities.
Engaging Young Readers: Introducing Young Learners to Extensive Reading 24 Mar 2013  Thomas Bieri will begin his presentation with an introduction of Extensive Reading and a variety of materials available for young English learners. This will be followed with examples of classroom activities for getting young students interested in reading. The workshop will close with attendees applying what they have learned using books provided by the speaker. Aimed at teachers of 3rd year junior high school and up.
Creative Games for Young Learners / Gaming in the Classroom 20 Jan 2013  Bob Pensak: Creative Games for Young Learners
"Come learn some simple and creative activities that will capture your students' imagination. A little music, simple props, and magic are just what the magician, I mean doctor, ordered. Games for toddlers and students up through junior high school will be presented that can be used with any target language."

 Chris Loeber: Gaming in the Classroom
"Who doesn't like to run jump and play? Who doesn't have students who would rather have fun instead of just using their textbooks? Come to learn some new games and some new ways to play old ones. Or come just to have fun."
ETJ Chubu ELT EXPO 25 Nov 2012   Many thanks to everyone for a successful event.
Halloween Event Management & My Share 30 Sep 2012   First, Wayne Jackson discusses some tips and tricks for planning events, give suggestions on how to establish an annual event, and present a number of Halloween-themed activities! Then it's YOUR turn! Bring your own ideas, games, activities and crafts to share for this spooky holiday!
The Ins and Outs of Teaching Prepositions 22 July 2012   Peter Warner explains and demonstrates twelve steps of preposition lessons for children, teenager, and adult students. Prepositions are a big part of language, and helping students develop a sense of English prepositions can be enjoyable.
Embrace your power to connect: Creative techniques to improve teamwork and communication 18 Mar 2012   Mhairi Anne Robson offers an interactive workshop using engaging and energetic activities to explore and improve a teacher's communication skills, which can then be used to improve teamwork with colleagues or students.
Active engagement with orthographic text dictation / Interclass Communication 29 Jan 2012   Paul Tanner explains the benefits of dictation in the learning process and demonstrates how a teacher can successfully implement a dictation in class. Specific instruction is provided for the five stages of the activity: 1. preview; 2. delivery/transcription; 3. consolidation and correction; 4. final corrections; and 5. follow-up stage.

Brent Simmonds presents two examples of inter class activities done at Sugiyama University, after which workshop participants discuss other possibilities where these class activities can be used in their own context.
ETJ Chubu ELT EXPO 6 Nov 2011   Otsukaresama to everyone for another fabulous Expo.
Green Team Magic
Using magic in the classroom / Ideas for Halloween! 25 Sep 2011   First, teacher- / magician-extraordinaire Bob Pensak performs and explains magic for use in the language classroom. Then it's a Halloween my-share, where workshop participants share their own fabulous classroom ideas for Halloween.
It's maaagic!
Brain Rules and Tools for Teaching Young Learners 24 July 2011   Learn the brain rules and tools necessary for effective learning. Discover how to motivate, empower, and involve your students to boost their self-confidence. 
There be pirate treasure here!
Ready for action (research)! - Where do I start? 22 May 2011   Action research is a powerful way to explore your own classroom. But where do you begin? How do you frame your research questions? How can you create data? If you would like to begin doing action research but are not sure where to start, then this session with Robert Croker will help you.
Roll the camera and,,, action!
Teaching special children 20 Mar 2011 Cynthia Akazawa presents a model for student assessment that uses detailed criteria for evaluating learning disabilities. Included are examples of classroom activities designed to integrate auditory and visual processing skills with kinesthetic components for more effective, dynamic lessons. Emphasis is on isolating the areas of weakness in struggling learners in order for teachers to better support these students.
from Okayama
World Englishes and Related Paradigms:  Putting Theory into Practice in the Japan Context / Presenting the Perfect Speech 23 Jan 2011 James D'Angelo explains how World Englishes theory can be the basis of a revolutionary methodology for ELT practitioners in Japan.
Ula Gorski shows how to coach a winning speech with guidelines for pronunciation, intonation, body language, and conveying mood.
ETJ Chubu ELT EXPO 10 Oct 2010 Thank you everyone for another great Expo.
8's great too
From chalk to chip: A journey from a no-tech to lo-tech classroom 26 Sept 2010 Lance Bennett shares experiences, tips and ideas teaching junior and senior high students using multimedia.
from chalk to chip
Effective Use of Multi-Media in the Classroom 11 July 2010 Mark Reed provides ideas on how to use pop songs, TV programs, etc. in a constructive way, using range of activities tried and tested in public, private, and international schools in Japan.
Reed's creed
The Reflective Cycle / American Values, Human Values, and Teaching English 30 May 2010 In the first workshop, Ben Backwell guides participants on using the Reflective Cycle, a method of problem solving for teachers. To illustrate, participants are asked to bring along a recent teaching dilemma/problem they would like to examine and solve. In the second workshop, Peter Warner presents a fascinating and important look at the three founding values of America, how they compare with basic human values, and how they are part of the English classroom.
in a WINC
World Englishes Education in High School 28 March 2010 Naoko Murata and Kayo Sugimoto report on a high school pilot program in which English was taught via the concept of world Englishes, and how awareness of varieties of English increased student motivation.
Sunday can
Drama in the Classroom 24 Jan 2010 Jeffrey Scott explains how acting techniques can bring to life even the most repetitive and mechanical daily conversational patterns practiced in the language classroom.
back in black
ETJ Chubu ELT EXPO 18 Oct 2009 Once again a great success -- thank you everyone!
7th and counting
Is One Two Hard? Teaching 'Sight Words' in a Phonics-based Curriculum 27 Sep 2009 Peter Warner examines what 'sight words' are, and demonstrates how to help students deal with them even in a phonics-based curriculum.
sight unseen
Creating meaning through literature and the arts 12 July 2009 Ruth Barnes presents how to use puppets, songs, rhymes and magnetic stories to develop English language skills for young children.
Flight of The Kiwi
Teaching verbs 17 May 2009 Peter Warner shares twelve gradual steps for teaching verbs and tenses to young EFL students.
the verb lion
Using Portfolio Assessment in the EFL Classroom 29 Mar 2009 Steve Quasha, on how teachers can use portfolios to develop their own grading rubrics, perform peer assessment, and explore ways to increase student accountability and learner autonomy.
Phonetics: it's all in your head, literally 25 Jan 2009 Jeffrey Scott, on an experiential guide to phonemic awareness, a method of instilling language learners with the tools to self-check and self-correct their pronunciation.
feel the buzz
ETJ Chubu ELT EXPO 26 Oct 2008 Our 6th Expo! Many thanks to everyone for helping create a successful event.
Create your own stories / Halloween party ideas 28 Sept 2008 Chris Loeber, on how to create your own stories; Joe Alsheimer, with ideas for Halloween parties.
full house
Games: spelling, vocabulary, grammar / Putting ourselves in another language 13 July 2008 Bob Jones, with bingo games, a shopping activity, the coffee-potting game, and other games suitable for jr high; Vic Ssali gives a Swahili lesson to remind attendants of what being a language student feels like.
bingo & Swahili
Four Skills for Effective EFL: How and Why 11 May 2008 Peter Warner on how reading and writing skills can be taught in an active children's EFL curriculum to provide a balanced and effective language learning experience. This presentation promotes lively class activities, Linguistic Phonics, and systematic alphabetic code instruction. Attendees will engage in active demonstrations, and there will be time for questions.
It is a sun.
Let's enjoy picture books in the classroom / A Tale of Two Kindergartens - A Journey of Intercultural Exchange 23 Mar 2008

Kazumi Takagi, on a read-aloud program regularly held at Gifu Prefectural Library, plus ways to help Japanese children enjoy foreign picture-books; Kim Horne and Aya Asano, on a homestay project involving 50 Japanese kindergarteners, and how the children made it into homes and hearts in the U.S.A.

This was also the last workshop for our reception officer, Chris Williams. Thank you for all your help, Chris!

kids & books
Relating to very young children / Crosswords for fun 27 Jan 2008 Two presenters: Nicola Oshima, with pointers on how to relate to very small children - ages 0 - 5; and, Otto Lamb, on how crosswords can be a fun and efficient way to achieve your teaching aims in the classroom.  
ETJ Chubu ELT EXPO 14 Oct 2007 From the ETJ-Aichi officers, thank you to the volunteers, attendees, presenters, publishers and to David Paul English House for their generous help and enthusiastic participation. Together, we all made this, our 5th Expo, yet another great success.
The Expo
Interactive conversation: jr high to adult / Halloween events and games 9 Sept 2007 Two presenters: Bob Jones, with simple activities that help students develop a more interactive conversational style; and, Joe Alsheimer, on organising classroom- or school-sized Halloween parties (haunted house, trick or treating, and games).
The Piñata Kid
Using Music to Teach Rhythm, Vocabulary and Self-Confidence / Homework for Young Learners 1 July 2007 John Wilcutt, on using popular music in the classroom to teach vocabulary, rhythm, and confidence with the language; and, Peter Warner, on how to design, use, and correct children's EFL homework that is attractive, enjoyable and effective.
Cooking & childrens EFL / Deactivating the Mute Button in JHS Classrooms 27 May 2007 Joe Hindman, exploring techniques for getting those taciturn junior high students to talk; and, Chris Williams, on how to use cooking in childrens EFL lessons -- including actually cooking from muffin and cake recipes during the presentation !  
cooking talks
Enjoy learning grammar / Refresh your game & activity repertoire / Techniques to enliven storytelling in the classroom 18 Mar 2007

Three presentations: Yoko Takano showed how easy it is to teach past tense verbs through games and activities; Joshua Myerson discussed new ideas for games to help start off the school yea; and, Ben Backwell explained how to make storytelling and dialogue work more engaging and memorable for students in jr high and elsewhere.

"wigging" out
Teach them All By Reaching Them All 14 Jan 2007 Continuing with the exchange program between ETJ regions, ETJ-Kyoto member Chuck Kayser pays us a visit to discuss methods and activities for not only surviving but also enjoying the challenging classroom: suddenly enrolled new students, 'problem' students, classes of mixed abilities and ages... all will be covered and all will be answered!
ETJ Chubu ELT EXPO 26 Nov 2006