Learning English is an important skill for children to develop. We think it is important for children not to see English just as a subject, but as part of their whole learning experience.
Feedback from parents has shown there is an increased demand for skills that help improve all learning and development, and gives children a chance to do well throughout life.
This workshop looks at ways you can promote these important skills (including critical thinking, problem solving, digital literacy, creativity and imagination), while learning English through fun games and engaging activities.
In this workshop you will:
- Learn about what 21st Century Skills are, why they are important, and how they relate your child’s overall development.
- Learn some ideas of how you can use English to help develop these skills.
- Get to try some activities and games that practice English and promote 21st Century Skills.
Date: Wednesday 12 December 2018 10.30-13.00
Venue: British Council (Iidabashi, Tokyo)
Best for: Parents and guardians with children of 2-12 years old, and people who work with children of those ages
English level for participants: Pre-intermediate (CEFR A2) and above is preferred.
Capacity: Maximum of 30
Fee: 4,000 yen (incl. tax), current BC students: 3,500 yen (incl. tax) Pay with Peatix
*On the day at the British Council we won’t have facilities for child care so unfortunately we cannot accept bookings from those accompanied by children.
*You must be at least 16 years old to book this workshop.
British Council English Teaching Centre (Tue-Fri 9.30-20.30, Sat&Sun 9.30-17.00)