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English Education FD Seminar: The Potential of Bi-directional Classes through Online Teaching Materials

2016-11-10 (Thu) 15:00 - 16:40

The importance of e-learning, or online education, in university English education is on the rise. Programs in which speaking and writing are taught interactively over Skype have also been proposed. At this seminar, we'll learn about the reality of these kinds of materials, and discuss how we can use them in classes.


Session 1: 15:00 ~ 15:50 (Presentation: 15:00 ~ 15:30, Discussion: 15:30 ~ 15:50)

Topic: Attempts to integrate autonomous learning materials for listening into English conversation lessons over Skype

Materials to be discussed: "EnglishCentral GoLive!"

Lecturer: HATA Michio (Seibido)


Session 2: 15:50 ~ 16:40 (Presentation: 15:50 ~ 16:20, Discussion: 16:20 ~ 16:40)

Topic: Online Programs for TOEFL iBT - Learning the 4 Skills and Evaluating Progress

Materials to be discussed: "TOEFL Strategies Lecture"

Lecturer: SAKITA Chinatsu (Kripton)

Date: 2016-11-10 (Thu) 15:00 - 16:40
Sponsored: English Department, Graduate School of Language and Culture; Center for Education in Liberal Arts and Sciences
Venue: Large Lecture Hall, 2F, Building A, Graduate School of Language and Culture
Registration: Registration is not required for this seminar.
Contact: KOGUCHI Ichiro

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