Seeking Professional TEFL Teachers in Shikoku, Japan

Date posted:2008-12-09 | Writer: Language House, Inc. | Email: [email protected]

Language House Inc. is a Professional Language Training Firm in Takamatsu, Kagawa Prefecture. We provide language training services to corporations, private companies, civil servants, government officials, and private individuals and groups. We have been serving the greater Shikoku area since 1976 and for over 30 years have served thousands of professionals who need language training for professional and educational needs.

We are currently welcoming applicants from TEFL qualified and serious, career-driven teachers. Candidates must have a university degree, along with a strong work ethic and take personal pride in their conduct and professional appearance. Candidates should be creative, flexible, and cooperative. While at least some formal training in education is favorable, we are also looking for candidates who demonstrate knowledge in our clients' various fields (Engineering, Chemistry, Industry, etc...). Our clients are often corporate employees and managers, thus we need our teaching team to reflect their high degree of professionalism. Experienced teachers, retired teachers, and new graduates of education-related fields or fields related to those of our clients are also encouraged to apply.

Please send your resume with a recent photo and references to the e-mail address given on the job heading page.

Thank you very much for your interest in Language House, Inc. We look forward to talking with you soon.

Craig Scanlan
HR Director
Language House, Inc.
Takamatsu, Kagawa, Japan

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, I have learnt that lesson planning and writing is very important because it helps being organised. A lesson plan should include the learning objectives, the language point, the teaching aids and the procedure. It should also include the the different phases and their duration : engage, study and activate. It is also useful because it keeps a record on what has been done with each class you cover.I have learned the many different stages of the ESA Lesson plan. To Engage, Study, and then to Activate. All of these combined will bring a classroom together through a good education. I have learned from this lesson on how and when to correct a student when an error is made and the numerous different ways to get the work day started through activities such as Hangman, group discussions, study times, and more.