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JALT Announcement: Global TIES

Author: Author Unknown, Issue: April 1998, Topic: Education, Events

The Ibaraki Chapter of JALT (Japan Association for Language Teaching) is pleased to announce its Global TIES project for 1998. The goal of this project is to promote educational and intercultural exchange between Japan and other Southeast Asian countries. In 1998, our first year, the Ibaraki Chapter will welcome Ms. Suchada Nimmannit, a teacher-trainer from a major university in Bangkok, as our Global TIES guest. Ms. Nimmannit will be in Japan from November 13th to the 22nd. During her stay in Japan, Ms. Suchada Nimmannit will be making visits to schools and other groups in the Ibaraki area. She will also present a paper at the JALT International Conference '98 on the present English language teaching situation in Thailand and on ideas for maximizing student talk in the classroom.

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