Regular Opportunities for TEFL Qualified Teachers in Japan

Date posted:2013-11-13 | Writer: BENDA | Email: [email protected]

The British English and New Dance Academy is currently recruiting qualified TEFL teachers for positions starting in February, March and May of 2014. We are a small culture school located on the southern tip of Honshu Island, about 40 minutes by train from Shimonoseki - across the Kanmon straight from Kyushu island. We teach a wide range of classes and students of all ages and fluency. We have openings for part-time and full-time teachers. Full-time teachers are expected to teach up to 98 hours per month. Benefits include paid vacations, work visa sponsorship and use of a small city car for both business and pleasure.

Teachers wishing to join us are kindly asked to provide copies of the following documents to the email address given on the job heading: -

Copies of university/college/teaching diplomas.

Copy of resume.

Copy of relevant passport pages.

Copy of a recent photograph.

A copy of their International driver’s license, plus four copies of a recent passport photograph can be forwarded at a later date.

To facilitate an early decision on forthcoming openings, we kindly ask applicants to firstly send copies of their documents by e-mail.

Thanks a lot, and looking forward to hearing from you.

Ted Nutton.


The British English and New Dance Academy

9-28 Hinodemachi, 3-chome




Tel: 81-836-84-2390

Fax: 81-836-84-6535

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 covers the topic of four present tenses in English: the present simple, present continuous, present perfect, present perfect continuous. Explanations on usage, many examples and activate stage teaching ideas have been provided. Beyond this, the chapter takes a look at most common mistakes students make in present tenses. One of them is for e.g. using continuous form with a stative verb.The future can be expressed in many different ways and is divided into 7 different uses. It is categorized by certainty, time frame, completions, and many different circumstances. Understanding the future simple, future continuous, future perfect, perfect continuous, going to, future present simple, and future present continuous can help distinguish true meanings when speaking of what is to come.