BATJ/J-GAP Seminar: J-GAP- Articulation in UK universities and schools

“Articulation” refers to providing consistency and continuity of language learning at all learning, from absolute beginners to advanced learners. Through articulation, language instructors can ensure that learners progressing from a lower to higher level are taught in a way that builds upon their existing knowledge, resulting in a smooth transition from beginner to intermediate and intermediate to advanced levels.

This seminar, co-organised by the British Association for Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language (BATJ) and the Japanese Global Articulation Project (J-GAP Europe), will discuss articulation of Japanese language teaching within the UK education system and the national curriculum, from secondary to degree level. While presenting survey findings from UK secondary schools and universities, participants will examine how effective articulation can be achieved through the use of common frameworks such as JF Standard for Japanese Language Education.

Speakers:
Ms Suzuko Anai(Leader for J-GAP Europe/Oxford Brookes University)
Mr Jonathan Bunt(University of Manchester)
Mr Seiji Fukushima (Chief Language Advisor, The Japan Foundation London)
Ms Lydia Morey (Chair of the ALL Japanese Language Committee
and teacher of Japanese)
Mr Howard Mulvey(Researcher for J-GAP Europe)
Booking will be open on the BATJ website shortly. Please save the date!

Date: 26 May 2012 from 1.00pm
Venue: Room G3, The School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS), University of London

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