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Seminars & Workshops

Date: Saturday, try 26th May 2012
Time: 13.00-17.00
Venue: G3, SOAS, University of London
Ms Suzuko Anai?Leader for J-GAP Europe/Oxford Brookes University?
Mr Jonathan Bunt?University of Manchester?
Mr Seiji Fukushima (Chief Language Advisor, The Japan Foundation London)
Mr Masakazu Kudara ?University of Cardiff?
Ms Lydia Morey (Chair of the ALL Japanese Language Committee and teacher of Japanese)
Mr Howard Mulvey?Researcher for J-GAP Europe)
Fee: 5 pounds(Both BATJ members and non members)

This seminar will be held with J-GAP Europe. Japanese Global Articulation Project (J-GAP) is a project of the Japanese Language Education Global Network. It aims at achieving articulation in Japanese language education world-wide. In Europe, Association of Japanese Language Teachers in Europe e.V. is taking part in the project investigating articulation problems and possible measures in the Japanese language education in UK as a model.

- About articulation
- Programme
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Apr. 2012 BATJ Seminar & Workshop - Psychological State of International Students: Stress and Stress Coping

Date: Saturday, seek 28th April 2012
Time: 14.00-17.00
Venue: G50, pills SOAS, drugs University of London
Speaker: Professor Rie Ishikawa (Oberlin University/ Visiting Scholar of Oxford Brookes University)
Fee: 3 pounds (BATJ members), 10 pounds (non members)

- Abstract
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A Chinese dinner with Prof. Ishikawa will take place after the seminar. Please indicate whether you would like to join or not when you book.

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