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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.
     
      • Practice Teaching Course in Manila

        The course is open to active or aspiring Filipino Nihongo teachers or those who wish to take basic training in teaching Japanese.

        Participants will be taking up instructions on the skills in classroom teaching;also, there will be an opportunity to do practice teaching.

        The course will be conduct in both English and Nihongo.

        *Applicants are expected to have mastered the Elementary level of Nihongo (JLPT Level 3/N4 or its equivalent).

        Date February 15 & 16 (Saturday & Sunday) Time Feb.15  9:00 a.m. - 4:40 p.m. Feb.16  9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. (Total of 11 hours)...
      • The Japan Foundation Manila’s Textbook Materials Development Team for Philippine Secondary Schools is in Search of New Members

        Kyouzai Sakusei Team (KST) or Team “enTree” Kyouzai Sakusei Team (KST) or Team “enTree” is the Textbook Materials Development Team for Philippine Secondary Schools of the Japan Foundation, Manila which was developed to support the Secondary School Nihongo classes under the “Special Program in Foreign Language” implemented by the DepED /Bureau of Secondary Education (BSE) .The team has accomplished “enTree -Halina! Be a Nihongojin!!- ” vol.1 & 2, which is a set of materials consisting of a compilation of lesson plans, work sheets, photo panels etc. This set of materials...

      • 日本語教師のための中級日本語1(Intermediate Japanese for Nihongo Teachers 1)

        The course is for Nihongo teachers who have intermediate level of Nihongo (JLPT N3 or its equivalent) or completed the PT course to develop further their proficiency and teaching skills.

        *       Course Content

        Participants will be requested to do presentations, discuss and share ideas to be able to brush up not only Japanese language proficiency but also teaching skills. Various classroom activities, Japanese culture and teaching methodology etc. will be taken up in the course

        Date: Oct 9 – Nov 20, 2013 (Wed), 6 sessions *No class on October 16 Time: 6:30p.m. –...
      • Recruitment of Filipino Japanese-language Lecturers

        The Japan Foundation, Manila is looking for 10 Filipino Japanese-Language Lecturers to handle the Japanese Language Course for JPEPA Nurse & Care Worker Candidates.

        ■    Features of the Course:

        Lecturers will be asked to handle a special intensive course of 6 months for nurse & care worker candidates who will work in Japan under the Japan Philippines Economic Partnership Agreement (JPEPA). This course has been designed especially for the purpose of enabling the learners to use Japanese language at their work place such as hospitals and care giving facilities, and also for...

      • Practice Teaching Course in Manila

        The course is open to active or aspiring Filipino Nihongo teachers or those who wish to take basic training in teaching Japanese.

        Participants will be taking up instructions on the skills in teaching in the classroom; they will also be given the opportunity to do practice teaching.

        *Applicants are expected to have mastered Elementary level of Nihongo (JLPT Level 3/N4 or its equivalent).

        Date:

        July 1 – August 7, 2013

        (Mondays & Wednesdays)

        Time: 6:20 P.M. – 8:30 P.M. Venue: The Japan Foundation, Manila Tuition Fee: Php 1,900.00 Inquiries:

        The Japan Foundation, Manila

        23/F Pacific Star Bldg., Sen. Gil Puyat Ave., Cor....

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