“Sensei no Wa” is open to both experienced and neophyte Japanese-language teachers, and offers a platform for information exchange with one’s peers. It is for the further encouragement of Japanese Language Education and aims to support professional enrichment and network expansion through interactive learning.
Theme: Understanding the Listening Comprehension Process and Effectively Organizing a Listening Class
Topic: How do you know that someone has understood you correctly without asking each time, “Do you understand?” (and students are often programmed to respond “yes” even when they don’t). Teaching listening may seem ambiguous, as there are actually a number of principles, processes, reasons and activities. In the endeavor to become better communicators, we tend to neglect the other half of the battle – listening.
In this lecture, given the importance of listening in language learning and teaching, it is essential for language teachers to help their students become effective listeners.
【Ms. Ma. Corazon A. Noriega】
- Japanese Language Instructor for Corporate Accounts/ Private Companies
- 4th time Japanese Language Instructor – JPEPA
- Short-Term Teacher Training Course Grantee in Japan Foundation,Japanese Language Institute, Urawa Japan (Summer 2017)
|Date||March 16, 2018 (Friday)|
|Time||6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.|
|Venue||The Japan Foundation, Manila|
|ONLINE APPLICATION FORM||http://bit.ly/SenseiNoWa0316|
Interested parties, please fill out the ONLINE APPLICATION FORM http://bit.ly/SenseiNoWa0316 on or before March 15, 2018 (Thursday) 5PM.
* Submission of application will be disabled after the deadline.