紙芝居で楽しく英語を学ぼう「英語紙しばい」

【イベント出演】ALT Agorà 6 (7月15日19:30〜)

毎月開催されるALTのための無料の専門家養成イベント、『ALTアゴラ(第6回)』に参加します。現役のALT、英語教育関係者など多彩なスピーカーが各々テーマを持ち寄り、プロフェッショナルに、そしてフレンドリーに語り合うイベントです。

第6回となる今回、代表・坂井が「英語紙芝居師 – English Kamishibai Artist」として参加します。


教育関係者に限らず、どなたでも無料で誰でも参加できますので、ご都合のよい方はぜひご参加ください。

イベント名: ALT Agorà 
開催日時 :2021年7月15日 午後7:30〜 (75分)
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第6回のスポットライト・スピーカーとトークテーマ

SPOTLIGHT: Getting the most out of games.
Miguel Mision (University of Nagano)
“Didn’t we play karuta last week? Do I really want to play bingo again?”. No matter what level of learner – from children to adults there’s one thing in common. They all enjoy playing games, either to warm themselves up or to shake up the rhythm in a classroom. As part of my post graduate studies I studied research on game design theory and will share how these principles have transitioned to the ESL/EFL classroom.

Room 1: So, what exactly is GIGA school?
Erin Noxon (Sagano High School)
We’ll talk about what is the GIGA school concept, what is a GIGA school, what you can do at your school if your school has gone BYOD and generally have a conversation about what everyone is doing at their schools so far.

Room 2: Are ALT roles in a shifting stage?
Akiko Kano (Sophia University)
Team-teaching has been an important element of ALTs’ contribution to English education, especially in elementary schools. However, with more specialized English teachers  (専科) coming into elementary schools these days, there seems to be a shift in what is expected of ALTs and TT. Please share your experience and ideas in this breakout room.

Room 3: Games in the Classroom
Miguel Mision (University of Nagano)
What games have worked or haven’t worked for you? 
This discussion will continue from the spotlight talk and look at examples of games that fit certain criteria of game design theory. Participants are encouraged to share any activities they do that also satisfy specific criteria and to also discuss the efficacy or lack thereof with certain games.

Room 4: Defusing Misunderstandings between ALTs and JTEs
Jackson Koon Yat Lee (Toyo University)
Conflicts between colleagues often come from inaccurate assumptions about each other. A good number of misunderstandings and disagreements between ALTs and JTEs/HRTs can be avoided with a better understanding about their teaching partner, including the teacher’s background, motivation, and vision for the students. This session focuses on common examples of differences that can cause such conflicts, why it is important to recognize and accept them, and how the two teachers can resolve or utilize their dissimilarities by sharing a positive approach to team-teaching.

SPECIAL TOPIC: English Kamishibai
Kuniaki Sakai (英語紙芝居師 – English Kamishibai Artist)
Sakai-sensei’s special presentation to close this month’s event with a smile! Definitely something you don’t get to see everyday! Don’t miss it!

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