Sunday, May 26, 2013
10:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Are you serious about wanting to improve your English?
Ever wonder what the convenience of studying online might have to offer you?
Do you know what your English level is on an international scale of
Meetup Agenda will include:
1. Tips for using free or inexpensive online learning programs and
links to some recommended sites.
2. The chance to try out various online self-study programs from
Cambridge University Press.
3. Discuss and share ways that members have tried to study English:
What worked? What didn`t work?
And for the big event,
4. Orientation for "Lets Talk Online". An Online English Learning
Program used by some of the top Japanese companies.
At the end of the workshop, you will be given a free 2 Week
Membership to use Lets Talk Online.
This Meetup will welcome our guest Robert Habbick, the Cambridge
University Press manger who oversees the Cambridge online digital
learning programs for Asia. Robert has been in teaching and
publishing since 1985, working as a teacher, teacher-trainer,
Director of Studies, and editor in Asia. In 1989, Robert received a
certificate of appreciation and commendation from the Japanese
Ministry of Education for his extensive work in education.
At the end of the workshop you can choose to assess your current level
of English with the Cambridge English Placement Test (CEPT). This is
completely optional and there is a Yen 2000 fee for taking the test.
You should take this test if you are serious about studying online and
need to know which self-study resources are best for you.
2013年 5月26日（日） 10:30〜12:30