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The Japan Foundation, Manila Lecture Series is in pursuit of Japan Foundation’s objective of enhancing mutual understanding through the promotion of human exchange among those who seek professional encouragement, and further development in the field of Japanese Studies and Japanese-language Education in the Philippines.
 

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The Japan Foundation Lecture Series, 62nd Session
「日本語クラスにPlan-Do-Seeを取り入れよう!」
Let’s Plan- Do- See your Nihongo Class!

Date January 27, 2012
Venue JFM Library, 1st Floor Pacific Star Bldg.
Time 6:30p.m.-8:30 p.m.
Lecturers: Ms. Jen Bernadette S. Hieida– DLSU, Manila

The JF Manila Lecture Series is in pursuit of Japan Foundation’s objective of enhancing mutual understanding through the promotion of human exchange among those who seek professional encouragement, and further development in the field of Japanese Studies and Japanese Language Education in the Philippines.

This time, the lecturer - Ms.Jen Bernadette S. Hieida, a Nihongo Lecturer at the DLSU (Manila), a member of JFM’s Kyozai Sakusei Team, current President of AFINITE, and a grantee of the Japan Foundation’s “2011 Short-Term Training Program for Foreign Teachers of the Japanese Language” - will do a presentation on her learning during the program. She believes that the important points that teachers must consider before teaching is Course Design. Course Design follows three important steps: Planning, Execution and Evaluation, or simply the “Plan – Do – See” cycle. Within this cycle, a lot of information is necessary especially in the planning stage wherein research plays an important role yet usually neglected by most Nihongo teachers.

Ms. Hieida will gladly share her knowledge on Course Design Definition, Flow of Course Design, Different Forms of Research, and Sample Research Survey Forms.
See you at the 62nd Session of the JFM Lecture Series!

「日本語クラスにPlan -Do- Seeを取り入れよう!」
“Let’s Plan- Do- See your Nihngo Class!”
Ms. Jen Bernadette S. Hieida– DLSU, Manila
Date: Friday –27 January  6:30 p.m.~ 8:30 p.m.
Venue: The Japan Foundation, Manila (JFM Library)

◆参加ご希望の方は前日までに下記担当者までご連絡ください。
*Interested parties will please confirm attendance BEFORE the specified date*
Ms. C. E. J. Aquino (cejaquino@jfmo.org.ph), tel. # 811-61-55 / fax # 811-61-53

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