englishbooks.jp was founded by and is run by teachers and our motto is “Together in Education”.
We consider our customers as partners in the ELT community combining education and commerce.
Not only can we get you any book, but englishbooks.jp also supports small and independent publishers by promoting and distributing their works, which are often specifically developed for students in Japan.
There are two ways we serve ELT teachers in Japan.
1. As a one-stop-shop for sourcing all ELT materials, we serve direct customers
providing ELT materials directly to a school or teacher who holds an account with us.
2. We exclusively import and distribute many small and medium-sized and/or
independent and niche, publisher’s ELT materials nationwide in Japan. You can order
these books from any supplier and we can help with product information and
Whilst textbooks can be sourced in many ways, englishbooks.jp offers a service level to educators that saves your time and resources. We deliver materials when you need them and how you need them with the paperwork your school requires.
Please contact us to discuss your needs and find out how we can make your materials selection and logistics smoother.
You can drop in to our Zoom room today, or send us a message and we will call you back when convenient for you (email@example.com).
Presentations by or related to englishbooks.jp
Sat, Nov 21, 14:00-15:00 JST
This practical session will consider the remote and virtual teaching that has been imposed on us this year from the point of view of teaching tools and materials. The functionality of and access to, content needs to be in place for a successful class and this workshop-style consultative session, will practically share valuable feedback from the delegates and presenters, so everyone leaves with actual practical ideas to implement immediately.
Sat, Nov 21, 10:45-11:45 JST
From ancient times to now, stories have been a means to share our experiences and develop our communities. But, how can we bring storytelling into the language classroom? This presentation will describe how the textbook, Discover Conversation, can help learners to share and react to each other’s stories. It will demonstrate ways to scaffold the learning process so that learners can be exposed to and engage in more authentic L2 storytelling.
Sat, Nov 21, 12:50-13:50 JST
This workshop demonstrates important principles in “strong” task-based and project-based instruction, using content from the 2019 ELTons award-winning course, Widgets Inc. 2nd Edition (Atama-ii Books). Teachers interested in TBLT, action-oriented approach, task-based syllabus design, task-outcome assessment, the communicative approach, a task complexity syllabus, and themed instruction will benefit. Get practical and pedagogically-sound ideas on how to target creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving through group discussions, presentations, interviews, self- and peer-evaluation. Presented by the author.
Sun, Nov 22, 11:20-12:20 JST
A completely new version of Xreading, the digital library of graded readers, was launched this year. In this presentation, the founder of Xreading will explain the new features and functionality that has been added and what is planned for the future. Current users of the system are encouraged to provide feedback and suggestions based on their experience.
Sun, Nov 22, 12:50-13:50 JST
This practical discussion-based workshop will address trends and needs in digital teaching and learning. It will use examples of digital books and Learner Management System (LMS) platforms and newly developed Virtual Reality (VR) content, to help delegates identify and solve challenges in the digital teaching environment. The presenter will offer practical ideas to teachers involved in digital teaching, both remotely and in regular classes, and delegates can share experiences and advice with each other.
Sat, Nov 21, 11:55-12:20 JST
Mental models are simplified frameworks and metaphors that help us to make sense of and navigate through the world around us. In this session, the speaker will introduce a number of models that he feels have particular relevance to the field of language education. He will explain how they have affected his own thinking, and he will examine what insights each model can give us into the challenges of language teaching and learning in general.
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2020 JALT Presentations Sponsored by englishbooks.jPresentation ID No.: 572Getting Students to Share StoriesSaturday November 21st, 10:45 AM - 11:45 AMRoom 4Presenter: Boon, Andy - Toyo Gakuen UniversityPresentation ID No.: 499Mental Models for Language Teachers and Learners Saturday November 21st, 11:55 AM - 12:20 PMPresenter: Barker, David - Gifu UniversityTeacher Education (TED) General Practice-Oriented Short WorkshopMental models are simplified frameworks and metaphors that help us to make sense of and navigate through the world around us. In this session, the speaker will introduce a number of models that he feels have particular relevance to the field of language education. He will explain how they have affected his own thinking, and he will examine what insights each model can give us into the challenges of language teaching and learning in general. Presentation ID No.: 582Widgets Inc.: Task-Based Workplace English CourseSaturday November 21st, 12:50 PM - 1:50 PMRoom 14Presenter: Benevides, Marcos - J. F. Oberlin University Presentation ID No.: 569Teaching Digitally and Remotely Feedback of 2020Saturday November 21st, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PMRoom 2Presenter: Bethell, Colin - englishbooks.jp Presentation ID No.: 592Xreading: What’s New and What’s NextSunday November 22nd, 11:20 AM - 12:20 PMRoom 7Presenter: Goldberg, Paul - X Reading Presentation ID No.: 600Teaching With Digital Books and VR and LMSsSunday November 22nd, 12:50 PM - 1:50 PMRoom 2Presenter: Bethell, Colin - englishbooks.jp
Zoom Room available 10am to 2:30 pmSunday
This year englishbooks.jp staff have learned quickly the pitfalls of digital-class materials selection and are in a unique position to be able to help teachers with publisher-neutral assessments and advice about digital ELT materials.
Colin Bethell from englishbooks.jp will be presenting twice at the following times. Now that the conference is online, Colin will be using these sessions as consultative sessions to help teachers with any and all issues concerning teaching online from the point of view of ELT materials.
Teaching Digitally and Remotely Feedback of 2020 is from 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM on Saturday, November 21st. Presenter Details: Bethell, Colin - englishbooks.jp
Teaching With Digital Books and VR and LMSs is from 12:50 PM - 1:50 PM on Sunday, November 22nd. Presenter Details: Bethell, Colin - englishbooks.jp