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Seminars & Workshops
June 2021 BATJ Seminar on How to teach Honorifics in Japanese – How to connect “Theory” with “Classroom”

Date: Saturday 19th June 2021, 11:00-13:00 (BST, London)
Speaker:
Professor Naoko Maeda (Gakushuin University) <biography>
Participation: Online only (using Zoom)
Fee: 5 pounds (BATJ members), 10 pounds (non-members)
Maximum number of participants: 40
Registration and payment: To register, please go to our Eventbrite page.
(registration links for BATJ members and non-members are different- make sure that you use the correct link)
Planned schedule: Following the seminar, there will be an optional social gathering from 13:00

! Please note that we won’t be able to refund the registration fee in case you are unable to attend the seminar due to your personal reasons. We will send you the seminar materials after the session.

*If you are not a member yet but would like to join and become a member of BATJ, or you have forgotten about renewing your membership, please complete your membership application and payment first then register the event.

The link below is a pre-seminar questionnaire to find out what kind of questions and problems you have when you teach ‘keigo’- any BATJ members are welcome to fill in this questionnaire, no matter if you participate in the seminar or not.
https://forms.office.com/r/AS94RvrpPF

*The online session will be on Zoom. Please familialise yourself with Zoom (summarised instruction in Japanese is here, or visit here. The terms of use of BATJ Seminars are here.

 
Biography of Professor Naoko Maeda

Professor of Gakushuin University from 2002. Ph. D (Osaka University). After teaching Japanese to foreign students in International Center, The University of Tokyo from 1993-2002, she has been teaching the university students including foreign students. Her specialty is Modern Japanese Grammar, especially the descriptive research of complex sentences.

 
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