The TOEFL® Program Announces Propell® Workshops in Japan
- Allyson Toolan
- Allyson Toolan
Tokyo, Japan (July 31, 2014) —
Led by ETS-approved facilitators in an interactive, hands-on classroom setting, the Propell workshop is a one-day professional development program designed to help English-language teachers meet the challenges of teaching English to students. The workshop uses examples from the Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing sections of the TOEFL iBT test.
The upcoming Propell workshops are scheduled for:
- September 14, Hiroshima
- September 21, Sendai
- October 5, Nagoya
- October 26, Osaka
- November 2, Tokyo
"Student achievement and educator support is our main focus with these Propell workshops in Japan," said Jennifer Brown, Executive Director of the TOEFL program. "The Propell workshops offer English-language teachers the opportunity to learn instructional techniques and strategies for using the integrated-skills approach to teaching language and for preparing students for success."
During the one-day session, teachers will receive a Propell kit that will guide them through stimulating sessions on teaching techniques and classroom activities and help them learn more about the benefits of the TOEFL iBT test.
Space is limited, so participants are encouraged to register soon. A 3,000 yen fee will be charged upon registration. Each participant will receive a workshop manual and a certificate of attendance. Lunch will be served.
More information on the upcoming Propell workshops, including registration, can be obtained through the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) website at http://www.cieej.or.jp/event/seminar/TOEFLpropell_english.html.
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