[Event on March 10th] English Land 2nd Edition Special Workshop for Primary Teachers in Nagoya

Pearson Japan is excited to invite you to the upcoming primary teachers’ workshop held in conjunction with the release of English Land Second Edition.

Date & Time: Saturday, 10th March, 2018, 1:30pm – 3:30pm (venue open from 1:00pm)
Venue: Office Park Fushimi, Resona Nagoya Bldg. 8F Meeting Room
460-0003 Aichi-ken, Nagoya-shi, Naka-ku, 2−15−22 Nishiki
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Admission: Free

* You can purchase English Land 2nd Edition from Maruzen Nayoya at the event venue on that day.

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The new edition is full of useful elements that help teachers overcome challenges they face in classrooms daily:
  • How do I help my students stay motivated?
  • How do I manage mixed-level classes?
  • How do I incorporate CLIL methodologies?
  • How do I boost the confidence of young learners?
If you have come up against any of these questions, this workshop is for you. Akiko Seino, co-author of English Land, will look at great ways to bring to life the latest Disney/Pixar characters featured in the new 2nd edition of English Land and make learning English even more fun and effective.

​About Akiko Seino
Akiko Seino is co-author of English Land (Pearson) and runs her own private English class in Matsumoto-city, Nagano. She has been teaching K-6 students for over 10 years in a setting where she integrates individualised learning and dynamic group learning, a teaching model that was common in the Edo period.

Prior to moving to Matsumoto, Ms Seino taught English at Seiko Gakuen Elementary School, Musashi Junior and Senior High School. Ms Seino has worked as a teacher-trainer for the Shiojiri Board of Education and is a Worldwide Kids supervisor at Benesse. Ms Seino has an MA in TESOL from Teachers College Columbia University and is a graduate of Waseda University.