Regular Opportunities Teaching English in Japan

Date posted:2012-11-13 | Writer: English Buffet | Email: [email protected]

This new school opened up in Kyoto in 2010 and has signed up over 1,000 students over the 2 years. It is the fastest growing school in all of Kansai area if not all of Japan. We are always looking for good EFL teachers and welcome interviews at any time. Native speakers preferred. College degree not required. Just bring a good work ethic. It takes a dynamic and hard-working team to run the fastest growing English conversation school in Kyoto, so we are looking for highly committed teachers to help us maintain our high standards and continue to grow.Job Requirements:- All applicants must be in Japan.- Applicants must be native speakers of English.- We are generally looking for applicants with a currently valid visa for working in Japan.- Proficiency in Japanese is very helpful.- A friendly and warm personality is essential.- TEFL or equivalent qualification with experience teaching English is helpful.- Applicants must be dynamic and versatile, and should have a breadth of knowledge and a willingness to learn.If you feel that you meet the requirements, please send your résumé to Rachel Tooth at the e-mail address given on the job heading.English BuffetShimogyo-kuImai Bldg 2FKyoto612JapanTel: 075-354-8518

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.


Another important aspect about the usage of teaching equipments and aids is using the appropriate tool for the lesson and having the right mix. My history teachers throughout middle and high school only used OHP which was not the most effective way to teach history. They could have also incorporated visuals from historical sites, resources from specific times and/or movies about a historical figure.I learned how may tenses are there in English language< their form, their usages, and typical students mistakes and how to correct them. Mainly there are three tenses: past, present, future. In this unit I learned about present tense: simple present, present continuous, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. I revised how to write them in affirmative form, negative form, and question form.