Baulkham Hills High School is urgently looking for a Japanese teacher for 2023. Please send your EOI and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12 pm, Friday 2 December 2022.
The Japan Foundation Sydney, is holding a summer seminar which enables teachers to develop language skills, gain confidence using Japanese, and to develop language teaching strategies and skills which they can apply in their own classrooms. Specific focuses include Australian Curriculum, brushing up Japanese language skills and culture workshops. Participants will be immersed in a Japanese language environment suited to their level and will have ample opportunity for networking.
Date: Monday 16-Thursday 19 January 2023
Venue: The Japan Foundation, Sydney
- be an Australian teacher of primary levels K-6 (teachers of Years 7-8 may apply) or a New Zealand teacher of primary levels Years 1-8 (teachers of Years 9-10 may apply)
- be currently teaching Japanese a minimum of 3 hours per week
- not be a native or near-native Japanese
- be able to read Hiragana and Katakana without any difficulty
- be at least JLPT N5 level of Japanese language proficiency
- be able to attend each day in full.
Pre-service teachers must:
Fees: There will be NO participation fee.
All travel costs, flights, accommodation and transport, will be the responsibility of the participants.
Partial scholarships: The Languages and Culture team is offering partial scholarships of $300 for travel and/or accommodation expenses for teachers who live outside the Sydney metropolitan area.
Applicants must be a Stage 4 temporary or permanent teacher in a NSW DoE central or secondary school. For more information and to apply, please see attached document.
Application closing date: Monday 28 November 2022
Enquiries: For more information can be found visit the Japan Foundation website.
The Japan Foundation, Sydney
Phone: (02) 8239 0055
AoYama Japanese Camp (AYJC) is planning a holiday camp which will be held 23-25 January 2023 at Baden Powell Activity Centre, Pennant Hills.
Registrations close 23 December.
Please visit the AYJC website for further information.
The Tanken Centre will host a workshop for beginning teachers of Japanese on Friday 9 December 2022.
This workshop is to support new secondary Japanese teachers in:
Date: Friday 9 December 2022
Time: 9:30 am-2:30 pm
Venue: Tanken Centre, Kirrawee HS
Target audience: Beginning teachers of Japanese (in their first 3 years)
Cost: $100 (including morning tea and lunch)
Registration closing date: 25 November 2022
This workshop is designed for new teachers of Japanese to experience the activities run at the Tanken Centre, with the aim of using the ideas and strategies in your own classroom. You will also have the opportunity to network with other Japanese teachers.
Please refer to the attached program for full details.
Travel and accommodation subsidies are available for temporary/permanent rural and remote teachers in NSW public schools. To apply for a subsidy, please email Evia Kyriacou with your details.
This workshop has 20 places, allocated on a first-come first-served basis. If you are interested, please resister by completing the online form.
When your place is confirmed, we will contact you via email.
For more information contact:
Nihongo Tanken Centre
T: 02 9542 5745
Dear Japanese teachers,
We are excited to launch the Nihongo Tanken Centre's new 'survival' excursion – A day in Japan.
This excursion enables small groups of Year 10 students (12-15 students) to engage in real life scenarios, such as what it would be like when visiting Japan, and to explore the Japanese language and culture.
The day leads students through a simulated home stay, including:
This program is now open for bookings. For more information, and to help you select the best option for your class, see attached image.
To book an excursion for your class, visit the Tanken Centre website.
Mieko and Taka
Nihongo Tanken Centre
T: 02 9542 5745
Carlingford High School is seeking a temporary Japanese and/or Korean teacher for the rest of the term. Please email Joanne Wong (Head Teacher Languages) if interested.
The Ponds High School is looking for an enthusiastic Japanese teacher to join their team in a full-time temporary position for Terms 3 and 4.
If you are interested, please send your resume to Head Teacher Languages, Amanda Singh.
NSW School of Languages is seeking a Japanese teacher for Stages 5 and 6 Japanese for Terms 2-4 2022. Please see the attached EOI for further information.
Members of JTAN, please note that the exam files will be made available from July, but orders must be made prior to the end of June to allow time for administrative checks to be completed. Note that the purchase and use of JTAN Exams is subject to specific terms and conditions in addition to our normal terms and conditions.
Year 11 Beginners $115
Year 11 Continuers $115
HSC Trial Beginners $115
HSC Trial Continuers $115
HSC Trial Extension $70
Please note in 2022 the Exam Declaration will be completed digitally. Please READ CAREFULLY prior to purchasing the exams, as you will be bound by the terms and conditions.
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