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Come and join us at Nagasaka JHS, for a day of cultural exchange and fun! In the morning, we will be talking to the grade one students about our home countries. In the afternoon, we will be playing some Japanese games with the kids,…

Come join us at Nagasaka JHS KICP!!

3rd grade students will quiz you about things they like, while also introducing you to the magical world of Japanese culture. A good way to figure out what's popular, and what's not!

4th grade students will teach you how to play various Japanese games.

 

ALTs only have to…

Come join us at Motoyama 1!!

My school, Sakuragaoka JHS, will be having it's first (to my knowledge) KICP!  We're looking for ALT's to come to our little school, meet the students and introduce their country…

 

Everyone knows Vitamin C is good for you, but do the foods you eat have as much as you think they do?

Come join the second year Science Course students as we test various foods to see which has the most Vitamin C.  As an ALT…

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Join us at Motoyama Daini for a full day of fun with the 2nd, 4th, and 6th grades!

Activities and games you can use when your OTE asks you to prepare something with little or no notice. 

Day 2 - Session 4

JETs will be introduced to the broad world of Japanese pop culture; specifically getting into what their kids might be interested in…. BESIDES Pokemon and Anime. A powerpoint and video clips will be shown.

Day 2 - Session 4

This workshop will introduce some fresh game ideas. The seminar will be hands on. The participants will learn by playing the games. 5–10 min at the end will be set aside for JETs to share their own game ideas.

Day 2 - Session 4

A Q&A panel discussion to answer all your most pressing questions. An eclectic panel has been assembled to facilitate a wide range of questions. Since you have arrived only recently a discussion will be held about some of the big mistakes senpai…

Session 4

In the second portion of lesson planning Sempai ALTs will return to their groups and decide how to explain their lesson plan to the new JETs within the allotted 10 minutes they will have the following day.

This seminar is not…

Day 1 - Session 3

You've heard the stories of Japanese classes being quieter than ghost towns when asked to participate. If you're worried that the communication battle before you will be "over" before you've even started the game, join this presentation, where we'll look at some factors regarding willingness to…

Day 1 - Session 3

As an ALT you are likely to interact with students between the ages of 6 and 18. Let’s look at how this all works.

Day 1 - Session 3

THIS SEMINAR IS TRANS FRIENDLY.

This seminar is intended for women who have not lived in Japan before or who have never had to receive healthcare in this capacity in Japan. Day-to-day problems and products of use to women will be covered, as well as recommendations for medical services…

Day 1 - Session 3

Sempai will be organized into small groups and tasked with developing a single lesson plan targeted at the grade level assigned to that group (from Elementary 3rd graders to Junior High school 3rd graders).

Day 1 - Session 2

This seminar will cover what culture shock is, how to detect it (because it’s not always obvious), it’s unpredictable nature (it can happen at any time), and will look at ways to prevent it from escalating.

Day 1 - Session 2

A communicative activities workshop in which we pursue learner-centred approaches to adapting the four skills with a focus on speaking and active listening. ALTs will be expected to participate in game demonstrations and provide feedback on how actvities might be adapted to suit their own…

Day 1 - Session 2

Utilizing and creating powerpoint games/lessons for the classroom, tried and true sample games/lessons such as jeaopardy, memory matching, sengoku jidai, typhoon, etc will introduced. The techniques, tools, and procedures used to create these lessons will also be discussed. 

Day 1 - Session 2

The topic of choice is community involvement. With a panel of senpai JETs, each with unique and varied experiences within the Kobe community, we hope to share personal stories that highlight the importance of ALT involvement in one’s…

Are you envious of the ALTs who seem to always be getting letters and cute notes from their students? Do you want to be the ALT who has a fan base of students who are always high-fiving you in the hallways, or screaming your name when you…

Day 1 - Session 1

This session is focused on the appropriate teaching methods that ALTs could apply when teaching children with special needs.

Day 1 - Session 1

At the most recent skills development conference, a workshop on effective and ineffective methods of disciplining in the Japanese class room was held by Daney Casey. With the collated findings of over 50 ALTs from that workshop, this seminar will present the findings of said workshop to assist…

Day 1 - Session 1

This seminar is targeted towards new JETs, but could be useful to anyone that teaches at elementary school. When you are informed of a lesson you must teach at elementary school, but are given no notice whatsoever, you'll be able to…

Day 1 - Session 1

This session includes a short introduction on the current features and resources available on the new kobejet.com website, followed by an open discussion about what other features, etc. would be most useful to the JET community - incoming…

"Kids' English"

**Registration Closed**

 

Thursday, June 9

14:00 - 15:00

 

Seiwadai International Day

**Registration Closed**

 

Monday, June 20

13:15 - 15:15

"Let's Play in English"

**Registration Closed**

 

Tuesday, June 21

9:20 - 10:20

"Let's Play in English"

**Registration Closed**

 

Wednesday, June 22

10:00 - 11:30

"International Day"

 

2-day event: Thursday, June 30 and Friday, July 1

8:00 - 16:00

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"International Day"

 

2-day event: Thursday, June 30 and Friday, July 1

8:00 - 16:00

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