Otemae University staff and students would like to thank all the participants of the Multicultural Japan Research and Methodologies for Teaching Language and Culture symposium, held on December 7.
You made our event so rich and thought-provoking!
In particular, we would like to extend our deepest thanks to Dr Stephen Krashen for his plenary session and Dr Gerry Yokota for her featured talk.
The sessions opened up new ideas about language learning and culture and we look forward to more dialogue in the future.
We are still accepting papers for the proceedings of this event (deadline Dec 31, email firstname.lastname@example.org), and we will have interviews with both of our guest speakers then as well.
Once again, we extend our deepest thanks to all the participants and to the guest speakers for making this such a memorable event.
A word of thanks to all symposium participants
Multicultural Japan - Research and Methodologies for Teaching Language and Culture -- full schedule, map
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