2014 2nd semester

SALC Workshops 2014 2nd semester


Satoko_wWorkshop 12

You’re invited to the Conversation Club!
Conversation Clubへようこそ!
Teacher: Satoko Watkins
Date: October 10th (Fri) 2014
Time: 12:35-13:25
Place: 4-105

Do you want to improve your casual conversation skills? Are you finding enough opportunities to use English outside the classroom? Conversation Club is a group which meets every Friday at lunch time to have a friendly chat in small groups. At this workshop, you will be able to meet some of the Conversation Club members and experience what it will be like to join the club. Join us, and learn about others as they learn about you!
Conversation Clubは、毎週金曜のお昼に集まり、ご飯を食べながら日常会話を楽しんでいます。ワークショップに参加して、一日体験入部をしてみませんか?


AdrienneWorkshop 13

Shadowing to improve pronunciation
Teacher: Adrienne Stacy
Date: October 14th (Tue) 2014
Time: 12:35-13:25
Place: 6-202

Shadowing is a fun and useful exercise that students at any level can do to practice pronunciation. In this workshop you’ll learn the basic of shadowing sound clips from movies, television shows, and speeches so that you’re confident practicing on your self-study!


James OWorkshop 14

Intensive pronunciation practice -B vs V
Teacher: James Owens
Date: October 23rd (Thu) 2014
Time: 12:35-13:25
Place: 6-202

This lesson includes a variety of fun activities and games that can help you with a problem nearly all students have – the pronunciation of /b/ and /v/ words. Suitable for any level of student.


Masako UeharaWorkshop 15

Strategies for TOEFL iBT listening section
TOEFL iBTリスニングセクション
Teacher: Masako Uehara
Date: October 27th (Mon) 2014
Time: 12:35-13:25
Place: 6-202

What do you think is the best way to improve listening skills? In this workshop, I’d like to talk about effective ways of practicing listening for TOEFL iBT. Listening skill is actually the key to get good score in TOEFL iBT. Let’s work together!
リスニングを上達させる一番の方法は何だと思いますか?TOEFL iBTに向けた効果的なリスニング練習法を学びましょう。リスニング力はTOEFL iBTで良い点数を獲得するカギです。一緒に頑張りましょう!


ScottWorkshop 16

Remembering vocabulary: How to remember the meaning and spelling of any word by working smart, not hard
Teacher: Scott Sustenance
Date: November 6th (Thu) 2014
Time: 16:50-17:50
Place: 6-202

How do you remember vocabulary? Do you… Write the word. Then, write it again. Then, write it again. Then, write it again. Then, fall asleep? Boring! Would you like to learn a new, fun, creative and imaginative way to remember the meaning and spelling of any word? Yes? Then come to my workshop!


James OWorkshop 17

Plagiarism: What it is and how to avoid it
Teacher: James Owens
Date: November 10th (Mon) 2014
Time: 12:35-13:25
Place: 6-202

Plagiarism is something every student should know about. In most English-speaking colleges and schools it is considered a very, but do you know what it is and how to avoid it? This workshop will teach you ways to avoid plagiarism when writing essays and assignments.

 This workshop has been cancelled.

SamanthaWorkshop 18

Communicate more effectively
Teacher: Samantha Marta
Date: November 28th (Fri) 2014
Time: 12:35-13:25
Place: 6-202

What do you do when you don’t understand an English conversation or when someone doesn’t understand your English? Let’s learn and practice some expressions that will help you fix the conversation when difficulties occur to keep communicating clearly!


BartonWorkshop 19

Empowering your speeches
Teacher: Barton Colmerauer
Date: December 3rd (Wed) 2014
Time: 16:50-18:20
Place: 6-206

Come join us to learn about how to make more effective points in your speeches. This workshop will teach you skills for highlighting your ideas and making your main points stick with your audience. We’ll also touch on the importance of enthusiasm and how to match your enthusiasm to your presentation.

 This workshop has been cancelled.

CharlotteWorkshop 20

Multiple skills development using TED Talks
Teacher: Charlotte Lin
Date: December 11th (Thu) 2014
Time: 16:50-18:20
Place: 6-202

Be inspired, focus your learning on the target areas and develop multiple skills in one learning session – the flexibility of a 3-minute TED Talk for your English learning.


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