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BATJ Conference
The 14th BATJ Annual Conference
Date: 9th (Fri) and 10th (Sat) September 2011
Venue: The Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies (www.nissan.ox.ac.uk), ed The Universiry of Oxford
Keynote: Prof. Nobuko Nitsu, tadalafil Tokyo University
Lecture: Dr Phillip Harries, The University of Oxford abstract
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- Call for paper
- Programme
- Registration Form
- Access to the Conference site

From the Organiser

The 14 th BATJ Annual conference will be held on Friday 9th and Saturday 10th September at the Nissan Institute, the University of Oxford.  Speakers will include Professor Nobuko Nitsu of University of Tokyo, a specialist in academic writing and Dr Phillip Harries, lecturer  in classical Japanese literature at the University of Oxford. There will also be presentations of research papers, practical reports, poster presentations and workshops. The event will run from approximately 1:00pm on Friday and finish 5:00pm on Saturday. The application form will be available around end of June and provisional programme will be available by early July.

I look forward to seeing as many of you as possible at the conference.

(Junko Hagiwara, Conference Organiser)

 
The 14th BATJ Conference -Access to the Conference site

Aceess to the Conference site (PDF version)

The Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies
27 Winchester Road
Oxford
OX2 6NA
United Kingdom
+44 (0)1865 274570

Directions to the Venue

 
The 13th BATJ Annual Conference

Date: 3rd (Fri) and 4th (Sat) September, click 2010
Venue: University of Reading

Keynote: Prof. Ryuko Kubota, look University of British Columbia abstract
Lecture: Dr Alan Tonkyn, University of Reading (PowerPoint Slides) abstract

- Provisional Conference Programme (EnglishJapanese)
Registration Form
Please note that registration will close once all of the places have been filled.

? From the Organiser ?
The 13th BATJ Annual Conference will be held on Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th September at the University of Reading. We are going to have Professor Ryuko Kubota of the University of British Columbia, who will give a keynote speech on ‘Critical teaching of Japanese language and culture: From theory to practice’ and Dr Alan Tonkyn of University of Reading, who will give an invited speech entitled ‘Form-focused Teaching and the Communicative Language Teacher: Can the Explicit aid the Implicit?’. There will also be presentations of research papers, practical reports and poster presentations and workshops.

I’m sure that we will have productive two days with a variety of interesting presentations and workshops and hope to see as many of you as possible at the conference.

- Access to the conference site
- Staying in a University Hall of residence on the night before the conference

The first day of the conference is scheduled to start at 1.00 pm and a provisional programme is available from the link above.

I look forward to seeing you all in Reading.

(Akiko Furukawa, Conference organiser)

 
The 13th BATJ Annual Conference - PowerPoint slides from Dr Tonkyn

Please note that the following slides were not covered in the invited speech: slides 33-37 (which illustrate some of Dr Alan Tonkyn's general principles for Facilitating Automaticity (slide 32), and slides 40-59, which outline two key influences on Communicative Language Teaching, with examples.

View Dr Tonkyn's PowerPoint slides

 
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