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Seminars & Workshops
November 2015 Japan Foundation/BATJ Seminar on 'How to use Japanese language learning websites and apps: Expanding your ideas and options'

Date: Saturday 14 November 2015
Time: 14:00-17:00
Venue: K-1.072 (first basement, Strand campus), Modern Language Centre, King's College London
Speaker: Natsumi Waguri (Language Education Specialist, The Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Institute, Kansai)
Fee: 5 pounds for both BATJ members and non-members

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This seminar is co-organised with the Japan Foundation London.

日本語教師セミナー Japanese Language Teachers’ Seminar

どう使う?日本語学習サイト&アプリ -アイディアの選択肢を増やす-
How to use Japanese language learning websites and apps: Expanding your ideas and options

When: 14th November 2015, 14:00-17:00

Where: Modern Language Centre, King's College London, 170 Strand, LONDON, WC2R 2LS
Language: Japanese

Participation fee: £5.00 for both BATJ members and non-members.
Co-organised by the British Association for Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language (BATJ) and the Japan Foundation London


A large number of Japanese language learning websites and apps have been developed and released in recent years. In the field of Japanese language teaching, particular focus has been placed on the use of these for blended learning and as tools to support independent study. But with new Japanese language learning websites and apps coming out every day, it can be difficult to keep up. Many teachers want to include them in their classes, but finding an effective way to use them in activities can be hit and miss.


In this seminar, the Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Institute Kansai (Kansai Centre), who develop websites and apps to support learners of Japanese, will demonstrate examples of how to use some of these helpful resources, according to the categories of “Kana and Kanji,” “Vocabulary,” “Grammar” and “Culture & Society.” In the second half of the seminar, participants will be able to discuss how they can use these websites and apps within their own teaching practices.

略歴:和栗夏海|国際交流基金関西国際センター 日本語教育専門員

About the Lecturer, Natsumi Waguri | Language Education Specialist, The Japan Foundation Japanese-Language Institute, Kansai


MA, Osaka University of Foreign Studies. Part-time instructor at universities within Japan as of 2013, as well as working at Kazakhstan-Japan Center for Human Development and The Japan Foundation, Manila. Currently involved in the development of e-learning.

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Octber 2015 BATJ Seminar on 'The Oikawa Method - How to produce an impromptu one minute speech with less than a year of study'

Date: Saturday 17 October 2015
Time: 14:00-17:00
Venue: Room 4429, College Buildings (Russell Square Campus, Main Building), SOAS, University of London (campus map)
Speaker: Mr Kohji Oikawa (JASLON) 
Fee: 5 pounds (BATJ members), 15 pounds (Non-members)

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