Teach English in Japan - Gifu

Date posted:2003-09-26 | Writer: Michigan English School | Email: [email protected]

Applicants must also have a love for teaching children (as 80% of our students are children).
Responsibilities include teaching demo lessons, organizing special events such as holiday parties and summer camp, creating new materials and curriculums, and driving an average of 30 minutes to and from various locations in and around the central Gifu area. Teachers are also responsible for opening and locking community halls, kindergartens and apartments where classes are taught.
Starting from the beginning of July.
Working hours vary within a bi-weekly alternating schedule and average out to 40 hours/week. Some morning classes and Saturdays are required.
Limited use of company cars, visa sponsorship, training, temporary housing, and assistance finding permanent housing are available.
Salary is based on the following:
250, 000 yen with 4-year-degree
230, 000 yen with 2-year-degree
200, 000 yen with non-degree



To apply please send resume and cover letter along with a photo and contact number as soon as possible.

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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.

 

I have debated for a while the need for course books, as I have seen different ESL classes uses published materials and others created their own materials. After this unit, I believe that I will try to do a combination of created and published materials if I have the ability to choose for my class, that way I can better adapt the materials to the culture and context, but also have the experience and ideas of the published materials.I found this unit a bit more difficult than the previous ones. But, I can definitely see how it is easy to confuse one tense with another...i.e. (future perfect vs future perfect continuous). The fact that it also involves present simple and present continuous makes it that much more interesting. When it comes time to teach, of the three main tenses, this one might be the best one to teach first and the other two should be a breeze.

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