• The Japan Foundation, Manila holds Nihongo Teachers Forum twice a year, in order to share the information, knowledge and new techniques about Japanese-language education and develop network among teachers in the Philippines..


      • 20th Philippine Japanese Language Teachers’ Forum

        The goal of the seminar is to enhance teaching techniques and strategies for the betterment and global competitiveness of Japanese Language teachers. Thus, ONLY teachers of Japanese Language are to attend this year’s forum entitled - “Motivating Learners to be Global Citizens: Incorporating 21st Century Skills in our Nihongo Classes”.

        Your assistance in the preparation, particularly in the groupings for the activities, would be appreciated. Thus, please submit the duly accomplished registration form on or before Saturday, 27th of September, and the corresponding registration fee as...

      • 19th Philippine Nihongo Teachers’ Forum

        For this forum, we present to you the coursebook developed by Japan Foundation for adult learners, Marugoto: Japanese Language and Culture.

        The topics found in this coursebook set scenes for people with diverse cultural backgrounds to interact in Nihongo, providing audio input through natural conversations spoken in each scene. It also features Japanese culture through numerous photographs and illustrations which motivate the learner to find out more about Japan on their own.

        By all means, we enjoin you to get to grips with Marugoto on...

      • 18th Philippine Japanese Language Teachers Forum

        The Japan Foundation Manila in cooperation with the Association of Filipino Nihongo Teachers (AFINITE) is pleased to announce - The 18th Philippine Nihongo Teachers’ Forum – “Nihongo Teachers, Gear Up for the Future! Be Aware of the Effects of the Special Program on Foreign Language (*SPFL) on our Nihongo Lessons”. The said forum scheduled on Oct. 19 – 20 (Saturday & Sunday) is in pursuit of Japan Foundation’s further encouragement of the learning and teaching of the Japanese Language in the Philippines.

        You may deposit your payment to the...

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