さいたま市教育家会ジャーナル, Volume 2 Submissions Open

Submissions are now open for Volume 2, issue 1 of our journal JSCE.  We particularly want to help first time authors find a forum for their work.  Interested in getting published but don’t know what to write?  Please get in touch.  We can provide you with support and ideas to publish in JSCE.  For more details please read:

For more information please contact John at:

contact@saitamacityeducators.org

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.

 

さいたま市教育家会ジャーナル, Issue 4 Available for Download

Volume 1, issue 4 of our journal JSCE is now available for download.  This issue of the journal is a special edition.  Ordinarily, each issue contains five articles.  Each article follows a basic format of one idea in one thousand words.  Issue 4 contains fourteen activities to introduce young learners to an aspect of Japanese or non-Japanese culture. Submissions were invited from from Saitama City ALTs and JATs involved in teaching the ECAD program, as well as members of the Saitama Prefecture JET Program.  Thank you to all of this issue’s contributors:

Arnold Aragones: Sempai Meishi

アーノルド・アラゴネス, 先輩名刺

Carl Bloomfield: Union Flag

カール・ブルームフィルド, ユニオンジャック

Erik Birkland: Haien Kommer! (The Shark is Coming!)

エイリック・バークランド, ハインコッメル「サメは来る」

Philip Chan: Skeleton Scavenger Hunt

フィリップ・チャン, 骸骨宝探し

John Finucane: Dreidle

ジョン・ファヌカン, ドレイドル

Brad Holmes: Rap

ブラット・ホルムズ, 英語のラップ

Justin Oistad: ‘London Bridge is Falling Down’

ジャスティン・オイスダット, ロンドン橋

Robert Rowland: Hopscotch

ロバート・ローランド, 石けり遊び

Alana Schramm: Animal Sounds

アラナ・シュラム, 動物の鳴き声

Brad Semans: Duck, Duck, Goose

ブラッド・シーメンズ, ハンカチ落とし

Matthew Shannon: Double Dutch

マシュー・シャノン, ダブルダッチ

Matthew Shannon: World Telephone Greetings

マシュー・シャノン, 世界の電話のあいさつ

Mark Roger Sone: Patintero

マークロジャー・ソネ, パティンテロ

Hung Vo: Bit Mat Bat De (Catching A Goat While Blindfolded)

ホン・ボ, ビト マト バト デ

さいたま市教育家会ジャーナル, Submissions Open

Submissions are now open for Volume 1, issue 5 of our journal JSCE.  We particularly want to help first time authors find a forum for their work.  Interested in getting published but don’t know what to write?  Please get in touch.  We can provide you with support and ideas to publish in JSCE.  For more details please read:

For more information please contact John at:

contact@saitamacityeducators.org

さいたま市教育家会ジャーナル, Issue 3 Available for Download

Volume 1, issue 3 of our journal JSCE is now available for download. Thank you to all of this issue’s contributors:

Robert Durham: Spicing Up Classes with Dynamic ‘Cloze’ Listening Activities

ロバート・デュラム: 「クローズ」リスニング活動で授業を楽しくさせる

John Finucane (SCE, JALT): Five Techniques for Motivating Students

ジョン・ファヌカン: 生徒への働きかけのあるの5つ工夫

Ryan Jude (SCE): Independent Language Learning Strategies

ジュード・ライアン: 言語学の独自的な自習の工夫

John Mangan (SCE): 3rd and 4th Grade Lessons in Elementary School

ジョン・マンガン: 3&4年 ― 英語活動

Johanna Schnack (SCE): Methods of Creating and Keeping a Positive Classroom Atmosphere

ジョハナ・シュナック: 職員室で日本語を使おう!:職場の人間関係を改善する方法

 

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 is a JALT Chapter.


さいたま市教育家会ジャーナル, Submissions Open

Submissions are now open for Volume 1, issue 4 of our journal JSCE.  We particularly want to help first time authors find a forum for their work.  Interested in getting published but don’t know what to write?  Please get in touch.  We can provide you with support and ideas to publish in JSCE.  For more information please contact John at:

contact@saitamacityeducators.org

さいたま市教育家会ジャーナル, Issue 2 Available for Download

Volume 1, issue 2 of our journal JSCE is now available for download.  Thank you to all of this issue’s contributors:

Jonathan Borock: Asian Schools Debate Championships creates New Educational Opportunities for Japanese Schools
ジョナサン・ボロック: 新しいアジア学校ディベート大会は日本の学校の為新しい教育的な機会を作ります

Ivan Botev (SCE, JALT): The Japanese Educational System or what is done well in Japanese schools
イヴァン・ボテフ: 日本の教育制度と日本の学校の良いところ

Японската: Образователна Система или какво се върши добре в японското училище

John Finucane (SCE, JALT): Survival English for Academic Debate Competitions
ジョン・ファヌカン: アカデミック・ディベート大会のための基礎的英語力(サバイバル・イングリッシュ)

Ryan Jude (SCE): Gestures, Drama, and Storytelling in the Classroom
ジュード・ライアン, 教室においての身振り、演技、と物語

Robert Rowland (SCE): Using Japanese in the Teacher’s Room: An Easy Way to Improve your Workplace Relationships

ロバート・ローランド, 職員室で日本語を使おう:職場の人間関係を改善する方法

 

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 is a JALT Chapter.

さいたま市教育家会ジャーナル, Submissions Open

Submissions are now open for Volume 1, issue 3 of our journal JSCE.  We particularly want to help first time authors find a forum for their work.  Interested in getting published but don’t know what to write?  Please get in touch.  We can provide you with support and ideas to publish in JSCE.  For more details please read:

For more information please contact John at:

contact@saitamacityeducators.org

さいたま市教育家会ジャーナル, Issue 1 Available for Download

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

Carl Bloomfield (SCE, ETJ): What is Eiken?
カール・ブルームフィルド: 英検とは?

John Finucane (SCE, JALT): Using Numbers Effectively in Debate
ジョン・ファヌカン: ディベートでの数字の効果的な使い方

Tyson Rode (SCE, JALT) and Yuko Takashima: Selecting Topics for Interesting Debates: A three-stage, task-based process
タイソン・ロード, 高島裕子高島裕子: 興味深いディベートテーマの選び方:三段階の の実践的な方法

Brad Semans (SCE, JALT): Managing and Marketing Yourself as a Private Teacher Article
ブラッド・シーメンズ: 個人教師としての自己経営

Matthew Shannon (SCE, JALT): One Day One Story
マット・シャノン: 一日一話

 

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.

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.

さいたま市教育家会ジャーナル, Submissions Open

Submissions are now open for Volume 1, issue 2 of our journal JSCE.  We particularly want to help first time authors find a forum for their work.  Interested in getting published but don’t know what to write?  Please get in touch.  We can provide you with support and ideas to publish in JSCE.  For more details please read:

For more information please contact John at:

contact@saitamacityeducators.org