Teaching Younger Learners Teaching Children Practice-Oriented Long Workshop

Bring Your Students Into the Real World With English Using PBL

Sun, Nov 14, 10:45-11:45 Asia/Tokyo

Location: Room 08

Project-based learning is a teaching approach that can turn students into active learners by engaging them in real-world situations where they apply their knowledge to achieve their goals. The researcher will present case examples of implementing and organizing PBL projects in EFL teaching. This will include sharing the experiences of PBL English classes in Brazil as well as those in Japan, and how to adopt PBL into various contexts for different age groups.

  • Masako Moriwaki

    Masako Moriwaki has taught English for more than 20 years, including 13 years in Brazil where she also worked as an academic coordinator in a bilingual elementary school as well as a language school. Currently, she resides in Kanagawa and works for LCA Kokusai Gakuen.

This is the resource Padlet page shared during the workshop. it will remain open til the end of JALT 2021. Thank you!

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