2012 Kansai JALT Year-end Event

This year the baton for hosting the Kansai JALT end-of-year event has been passed on to Kyoto Chapter and it is to be held in the informal surroundings of Tadg’s bar in downtown Kyoto. With a wide selection of food and drink available, as well as wonderful views of Gion and the eastern mountains, we’re looking forward to a great chance to watch an eclectic mix of informative and entertaining presentations, and meet up with old colleagues and new people from around the Kansai JALT community. Kyoto JALT is looking forward to welcoming you on December 15th! 

Call for presentations
Following previous events in Nishinomiya we welcome proposals for Pecha Kucha style presentations — 20 slides, 20 seconds per slide, giving a total of 6 minutes and 40 second per presentation. We hope to provide a wide variety of topics that include, but are not limited to, the following themes:
Teaching & learning
Personal & professional development
Classroom successes of 2012
Arts, culture & travel

Please send proposals to <jaltkyoto@gmail.com> by November 25th with the following information:
1) Name of presenter(s)
2) The title and a 150-word summary of your presentation

Tadg’s is a short walk from Keihan Sanjo station, and about 10 minutes from Hankyu Kawaramachi station, so it is easily accessible from Kobe, Nara, and Osaka.
From Keihan Sanjo/Kyoto Subway Sanjo Station: Take Exit #7, walk across the bridge, take the the first right onto Kiyamachi Dori. Walk for about 100 metres, Tadg’s is on your right on the 8th floor of the Empire building.
From Hankyu Kawaramachi Station: Take Exit #1-north, walk north along Kiyamachi Dori for about 10 minutes, cross Sanjo Dori and continue for about 100 meters, Tadg’s is on your right on the 8th floor of the Empire building.

Venue: Tadg’s, Empire Building 8th Floor, Kiyamachi Dori, Sanjo Agaru, Kyoto
Date: Saturday, December 15th, 2012
Time: 18:00 to 20:00 (although there is no need to leave the venue at this time!)
Cost: Free for all!

For the latest information please visit <kyotojalt.org>.

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