This event is FREE and all Japanese teachers are invited.
Date: Thursday 1 November 2018.
Venue: The Japan Foundation, Sydney
Attendance: An RSVP is required – https://jpf.org.au/events/ninjal-seminar/
Professor Mayumi Usami will introduce the Basic Transcription System for Japanese (BTSJ) and the Natural Conversation Resource Bank (NCRB), and explain the benefits to the teaching of Japanese language both in secondary and tertiary levels.
Dr Jun Ohashi will explain the benefit of using naturally occurring data in language teaching from a theoretical point of view and demonstrate some practical examples to assist participants to develop their own teaching materials.
The resources used will be made available for all participants at no cost. The seminar is suitable for Japanese language teachers in tertiary and secondary education institutions and undergraduate/graduate students who are interested in Japanese language teaching.