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This page contains books that were formerly published by AJET, but are now available for free in digital form! From pre-made lesson plans for elementary, junior high and senior high school to ideas for running cultural activities, these 2 publications are sure to become an invaluable teaching resource for ALTs and JTEs alike.
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|Planet Eigo is a collection of lesson plans and teaching methods specifically fashioned for team-teaching in Japan. The editors have taken the great qualities from past publications and have added some invaluable elements: the 300-page book includes nearly 100 pages of detailed explanations on Team Teaching, Learning Theory, Instructional Planning and Elementary Schools. Planet Eigo goes beyond just collecting quality lesson plans by organizing them into five fundamental categories; Speaking, Listening, Writing, Reading and Elementary school. Activities also include an easy-to-read summary table, recommended target grade/age, and estimated time duration. The book is also completely bilingual, written in both Japanese and English.|
Download the complete Planet Eigo (23.4 MB), or choose a chapter below.
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|Katakana English driving you crazy? Let Foxy Phonics help! Studies show that learning phonics in the beginning stages of language instruction is important for proper language development. Phonics helps students learn the sounds of the English language, especially difficult vowel and consonant blends. Not only does teaching phonics help students to differentiate between sounds, it can also help strengthen their reading ability. Starting with the basic sounds, this book teaches phonics of English with over 100 worksheets, illustrations, phonics activities and tongue twisters. This book is sure to set katakana English in its place.|