EFL Instructors Needed in Japan

Date posted:2018-05-16 | Writer: Last Resort Australia | Email: [email protected]

Want to use your TEFL skills to be part of something special, in one of the world’s most exciting and advanced places? Want to experience a different culture and lifestyle? Gain some work experience in the field of education? Come work with Last Resort Australia as a Language instructor at Nova Japan!

With over 250 schools across Japan, we are one of the biggest English conversation schools in the country. We offer competitive remuneration, an enriching teaching experience and a fun work atmosphere, as well as visa sponsorship.

All we need from you is a university degree or equivalent, a positive and professional attitude, and an interest in Japan and its culture or language. A TEFL /TESOL qualification would be a distinct advantage.

JOB DETAILS:

-Teach up to eight 44-minute conversational English lessons a day, five days a week to children and adults

-Teach specialized courses including TOEIC, TOEFL, business and travel

-Teach "Voice" conversation room lessons

BENEFITS:

-Very competitive remuneration

-Company accommodation

-Paid transportation to and from work

-Comprehensive training provided

-Visa sponsorship available

REQUIREMENTS:

•             Bachelor's Degree of any field

•             Native level English speaker, preferably with TEFL /TESOL qualification.

TO APPLY:

Please submit the following documents to the email address given on the job heading:

•             Resume

•             Cover Letter

•             Copy of passport first page

Contact: Aisyah Asumi

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 this unit we could learn the correct use of the present tenses which are: simply, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. Besides, we can notice 12 tenses at all. We could see the main mistakes that we can make with those tenses, and we could have some good advise, teaching ideas and techniques for teaching some activities wich require the correct usage of the present tenses.Unit 6 covers the grammatical formation and the usages of the four past tenses: - Past simple tense - Past continuous tense - Past perfect tense - Past perfect continuous tense Examples of the usage of each particular tense help to understand the grammar better. Outlined are some common mistakes that students make. Teaching ideas for the activate stage of the lesson are suggested.

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