さいたま市教育家会ジャーナル, Issue 5 Available for Download

Volume 1, issue 5 of our journal JSCE is now available for download. This issue is the final issue of Volume 1. Thank you to all of this issue’s contributors:

 

Carl Bloomfield (SCE, ETJ): A Comparison of English Proficiency Rubrics in use in the Japanese Public School System

ブルームフィルド・カール: 日本の公立学校における英語能力ルブリックの比較

John Finucane (SCE, JALT): Using Gmail to Organise Your Teaching Resources

ジョン・ファヌカン: Gmailで教材を構成する

Ryan Jude (SCE): Security and Simplicity for Teachers Through Dropbox

ジュード・ライアン: Dropboxを通して先生方への安全性と平明

Leander S. Hughes (SCE, JALT): Chaos Theory and TEFL Career Development: How Iteration Leads to Expertise

リアンダー・ヒューズ: カオス理論と職業進路開発:繰り返しが権威性の結果に至る

Brett Milliner (YoJALT): The Facebook LMS

ミリナー・ブレット: Facebook LMS

 

English Teachers in Japan (ETJ) is a free association for English teachers in Japan that encourages the exchange of information and teaching ideas and supports the professional development of teachers.

The Japan Association of Language Teaching (JALT) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the improvement of language teaching and learning both within Japan and internationally.  JALT has nearly 3,000 members, with 35 chapters and 26 special interest groups.  Omiya JALT and Yokohama JALT (YoJALT) are JALT Chapters.

 

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