Submit your presentation proposal here
Nagoya JALT members are always looking for great ideas, new information, and more. If you have a great presentation, workshop, or some other idea that you'd like to share with us, submit it below. You don't have to be a serious research academic book-type of person, we also invite real teachers with creative ideas. All proposals are vetted by qualified teachers, and are judged on the potential value for our members. We welcome proposals for children's classes, teenagers, young adults, and adult education. We also look for academic and research presentations, how-to presentations (like 'How to do qualitative analysis', 'How to write a successful conference proposal', etc), and more.

Presentations/workshops are usually held on a Sunday afternoon (1.30 to 4pm), but weekday evening meetings can also be done. Most meetings are at the centrally located Nagoya International Centre, in Meieki, close to Nagoya station. We can pay for transport (within Japan only) in most cases. We also welcome presentations in languages other than English.

If accepted, please tell all your friends and colleagues when and where your presentation will be, and invite them for support.
Email address *
Your name: *
First name - Family name
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Title *
The name of your presentation / workshop / discussion / etc
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Context area of presentation
Specialisation
Abstract / Proposal / Blurb *
Write about 50 to 175 words about what you want to do (about your presentation / workshop / discussion / etc). See here for examples of past abstracts: https://jaltnagoya.wordpress.com/ This will be the blurb that will help promote and advertise your presentation or workshop.
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Format *
Time preferred *
Most presentations, workshops, discussions are two hours. Occasionally, we have an event where we invite a number of speakers for short presentations. It is also possible for you and a colleague to share a two hour timeslot. Please let us know and submit both abstracts below, labelled as "Abstract 1 + [speaker name]" and "Abstract 2 + [speaker name]"
Language
What language will you and the audience mainly use?
Equipment you may need
Apple computer users will need to supply their own adapters. Power extension cords are available.
Your professional biography *
Tell us about you. This will help with introducing you to the audience. Maximum about 200 words, or send a URL link to an online profile that we can easily access (without signing in).
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Estimated cost of transport to Nagoya
The transport cost will not affect our decision to invite you, but this question is for internal chapter communication purposes only. Nagoya based presenters do not have transport reimbursed. Note, we cannot reimburse presenters for international travel. Also, we may not pay transport costs for co-sponsored events; please confirm with a programme chair. Please refer to http://www.hyperdia.com/ to calculate an estimate. We assume most presenters travel by train, and please assist us by calculating the cheapest possible means of attending, and purchase tickets at discount rates if available. Please keep all receipts.
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Travelling from
Tell us from which city you will depart from, and return to
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Mobile phone number
Just in case you're late coming to the event, so we can reach you
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Do you need a hotel?
Not available for Sunday 1.30-4.30pm presentations. Possible for Friday/Saturday presentations are from 6.30-8.30pm (plan to be at the venue from 6-9pm).
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Comments and/or questions
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