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As part this year’s focus on younger learners, we’re pleased to announce a new pricing policy for students and non-members.
Your first HiJALT seminar is free, and the next two are half price.
1st seminar: FREE 1st seminar: FREE
2nd seminar: 500 yen 2nd seminar: 500 yen
3rd seminar: 500 yen 3rd seminar: FREE with the price of your 2nd seminar
Walk in visitors are welcome and encouraged! Please contact our membership team for further details.
Sunday, July 21st. 3.00 - 5.00 P.M. Hiroshima YMCA. JALT Members: Free. First-time non-members: Free. Returning non-members: 1000 yen. Returning students: 500 yen
Process Drama: On Beyond Role-plays. David Kluge. Performance in Education (PiE), also known as Performance-Assisted Learning (PAL) or Performance Across the Curriculum (PAC) is using any type of performance to learn, consolidate, and evaluate learning of content. This workshop will first introduce PiE and the concepts and practice of Process Drama (PD), then demonstrate PD as a whole group activity, and next have small groups try the activity, and finally have a discussion of the concepts of PD and PiE.
Sunday, September 15th. 3.00 - 5.00 P.M. Hiroshima YMCA. JALT Members: Free. First-time non-members: Free. Returning non-members: 1000 yen. Returning students: 500 yen
Effective Classroom Techniques to Catch and Maintain Pupils’ Interest in English Lessons. Yoko Matano. The presenter will share several tips to make studying English more fun for students, such as attention-grabbing ways to present materials, useful techniques to shift the speaking focus on to the learners, and effective ideas to create variety in oral exercises, as well as a simple self-evaluation sheet for children to rate their experience in the lesson. She will describe the ideas and techniques, while showing the audience her English lessons as conducted at elementary schools. The lessons introduce the alphabet and use English picture books for story-based lessons. These lessons could also serve as a foundation for more successful junior high school English lessons.
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Call for Volunteers:
Hiroshima JALT relies exclusively on volunteer leadership to keep the chapter running as smoothly as possible. If you have not volunteered in the past but would like to step up at any time, please get in touch soon! If you are interested or would like to know more about the various possible roles, please contact the following officers anytime:
- Caroline Lloyd, President (email@example.com),
- Rob McGregor, Publicity chair (firstname.lastname@example.org),
- Jim Ronald, Programme chair (email@example.com),
- Tim Wilson, Membership Chair (Timfujiwilson@aol.com) and/or
- Cooper Howland, Treasurer (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Volunteering is not only good for the Hiroshima JALT community but also looks good on a CV. It is a great opportunity to get involved and contribute to your community. We sincerely hope you will consider applying your talents, whatever they may be, to Hiroshima JALT's cause. We are now looking to fill co-chair positions that entail shadowing an elected officer in order to become familiar with the ins and outs of the job.
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