CAJLE Annual Conference 2011: Exploring on Pedagogical Japanese Grammar and Teaching for Communication

Theme: Exploring on Pedagogical Japanese Grammar and Teaching for Communication
Conference Date:  August 5 (Fri)-7 (Sun), 2011
Conference Venue:  University of Regina

The annual conference of the Canadian Association for Japanese Language Education (CAJLE) will be held at University of Regina in Saskatchewan from Friday, August 5, through Sunday, August 7, 2011.

This conference will gather together teachers of the Japanese language and academics in related fields from institutions around the world.

The conference will consist of paper presentations, as well as a keynote speech by Professor Hisashi Noda (Osaka Prefecture University) and workshops by Professor Noda, Professor Mutsuko Endo Hudson (Michigan State University), and Professor Hiroko Kataoka (California State University, Long Beach).

Please visit the website http://cajle.info/cajle2011_annual_conference for details. Early-bird registration will end on Thursday, June 30.

We aim at gathering together Japanese language teachers from all levels of institutions around the world to explore this theme from a variety of perspectives. We wholeheartedly welcome everybody and look forward to seeing you in Regina where the horizons are endless.

If you have any further inquiries, please contact us at cajle2011@gmail.com

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Paula lives in the vortex of academic life. She studies medieval Japanese history.
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