Cultural School in Japan Seeks EFL Teachers

Date posted:2017-05-16 | Writer: The British English and New Dance Academy (BENDA) | Email: [email protected]

The British English and New Dance Academy (BENDA) is a small Culture School based in Sanyoonoda-shi, Yamaguchi-prefecture. We have been in business since 1994 and presently have Full Time EFL Teacher openings in July and November of 2017. We teach a wide range of classes and students of all ages and fluency. Work Visa sponsorship provided, together with work related accident insurance coverage.

SALARY AND BENEFITS:

• Full Time Salary ¥245,000 to ¥260,000 for 98 hours monthly teaching schedule

• Part Time Salary ¥2,350 per hour

• 12 month contract completion bonus ¥25,000

• 18 month contract completion bonus ¥35,000

• Apartment Key Money covered. Apartments all separate, with rents around ¥40,000 per month

• Two weeks holiday over Christmas and the New Year, plus all relevant national holidays

• Small car provided for business and pleasure

REQUIREMENTS:

University or College degree.

TEFL /TESOL a distinct advantage.

HOW TO APPLY:

If you are interested in our positions, please contact us soonest at the email address given on the job heading with the following documents:

• Copies of university/college/teaching diplomas

• Copy of resume

• Copy of relevant passport pages

• Copy of your national driver’s license or international driver’s license

• Copy of a recent photograph

We can also be reached at:

Tel: 81-836-84-2390

Fax: 81-836-84-6535

Best regards

Ted Nutton   

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.

 

In unit 20, We talk about some commone problem situations that a teacher may come across in classroon and suggestions of how to deal with them are also provided. These situations include: firt lessons, warmers, different levels, large classes, use of native language, reluctant students, and difficulties with listening texts. Solutions provided in this unit are professional and helpful.In this unit, I’ve learned the structures and usages of present tenses, as well as the teaching ideas and practice that I can use in the classroom. It has given me a thorough explanation of the differences of each present tense and because of that, I feel like I gained more knowledge and it would be much easier to pinpoint and correct common mistakes or errors made by the students.


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