Immediate TEFL Position: Hokkaido, Japan

Date posted:2010-02-21 | Writer: Japan Continental Corporation | Email: [email protected]

Positions start immediately.
We are currently seeking instructors of English Conversation Classes.
The applicants for these positions must be bright young individuals who would like to start His/Her career teaching English overseas.
If you are between the age of 22-29 years and willing to work 5-6 days per week, then this position might be for you.

Must be a native English Speaker.
some teaching experience is preferable. visa sponsorship is availabe.

No teaching experience and No degree needed for working holiday applicants. TEFL / TESOL preferred

To apply, please send an e-mail with short CV/resume, current photo, and letter of introduction.

POSITIONS ARE OPEN ONLY TO WHOM CAN START IMMEDIATELY (be able to start by end of Feb.)

Reply to the e-mail address given on the job heading. 

Japan Continetal Corporation
Continental English School
Continental Plaza 1F
2 Chome 3, Odori-Nishi, Kitami city, Hokkaido, Japan

TEL: 81-157-22-0563
FAX: 81-157-23-1328

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.

 

This unit looked deeper into the language that we use every day in terms of using tenses. The unit lesson reminded me of the tense tables learned while taking the foreign language lessons in my high school. At the time I thought that they were only for the languages being taught there, but I makes sense that they would apply to most languages. The tense table can be useful when learning how to use verbs.This unit covered the types of assessments that are applicable to a language course and when the respective assessments are appropriate. The section discussed how placement tests can provide the teacher with a strong sense of the class's language level, how practice tests can provide needed practice for an external exam and how progress tests can determine how well students are learning the course material.


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