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    The Japan Foundation responds extensively to overseas demands for Japanese-language education in ways such as dispatching specialists to overseas Japanese educational organizations and training local Japanese-language teachers.
     
      • JFM Japanese –Language Teachers’ Workshop “Let’s make a task using Minna no Nihongo - part 2”

        This is open only to Active Japanese - Language Teacherswho wish to improve their teaching skills. The topics will deal on teaching methodology; different aspects on teaching Nihongo will be covered every session. 

        At the last teachers’ workshop, we reviewed and revised the Real World Task of Minna no Nihongo made during the Teachers’ forum.

        This time, we will continue to make aReal World Task; we start with Minna no Nihongo lesson 11 based on the 5 key points; 1) My Can-do, 2) Situation, 3) Expected Outcome,...

      • Practice Teaching Advanced (PTA) in Bacolod  ( PTA in Bacolod)

        This PT Advanced Course is open to active or aspiring Filipino Nihongo Teachers who wish to learn the current popular techniques in teaching Japanese. It provides an opportunity for Japanese language teachers to improve their skill in teaching and learn the useful methodologies. The Nihongo Kyojuho Series * of manuals produced by The Japan Foundation will be used. The following themes will be taken up: 1) How to Teach Beginners 2) How to Teach Listening & Reading 3) How to Improve Your Teaching...

      • JFM Japanese –Language Teachers’ Workshop “Let’s make a task using Minna no Nihongo”

        This is open only to Active Japanese - Language Teacherswho wish to improve their teaching skills. The topics will deal on teaching methodology; different aspects on teaching Nihongo will be covered every session. 

        Do you remember the workshop conducted at the last teachers’ Forum? Yes, we made a Real World Task using “Minna no Nihongo”. We focused on these points: 1) My Can-do Situation, 2) Expected Outcome, 3) Task Instruction, 4) Expected Language Application.

        This time, we will review and analyze these tasks and think more deeply;...

      • Practice Teaching Course (PT)

        Basic Skills of Classroom Teaching & Practice Teaching will be taken up in this course. The“PT Course” is open to active or aspiring Filipino Nihongo teacherswho wish to take basic training in teaching Japanese. Participants will be given instructions on the skills in teaching in the classroom, and will have the opportunity to do practice teaching. This course will be conducted mainly in English.

      • JFM Japanese –Language Teachers’ Workshop How to Teach the Sentence Pattern ” ~ni –ga arimasu/ imasu”

        This is open only to Active Japanese - Language Teacherswho wish to improve their teaching skills. The topics will deal on teaching methodology; different aspects on teaching Nihongo will be covered every session. 

        How is the “teaching flow” in a daily class that you conduct ?

        In the forthcoming workshop, there will be a video presentation – introduction & exercises on the sentence pattern “~ni – ga arimasu / imasu”.

        One will be able to reflect on the differences on methods of conducting a class, interactions of teacher...

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