Teach English in Japan - Hokkaido

Date posted:2003-08-20 | Writer: Japan Continental Corporation | Email: [email protected]

The applicants for these positions must be bright young individuals who would like to start careers teaching English overseas. ( 5-6 days per week - 33 hours ).

REQUIREMENTS: No teaching experience needed. Continental have their own curriculum and teaching manuals. Must be native English speakers. No degree needed.

CONTRACT TERM: 6 months with the possibility of an extended term.

ACCOMMODATION: Furnished accommodations are available at a rental fee of 20000 - 25000 yen a month. No sharing with other teachers.

PAY: 200000 yen a month.

STUDENTS: Continental teaches all ages and levels of students.

TEACHING: Classes are mostly taught at our main school. There are several Japanese teachers on hand to assist the new teacher on our teaching methods.

SCHOOL LOCATION: Kitami City is located in the North Eastern part of Hokkaido, 2 hours from Asahikawa City. There are many National Parks, Ski Grounds and Hot Springs. The population of Kitami City is around 120000 people. We have many
kinds of Western style shopping centers and fast food restaurants. If you
love movies we have some great movie theaters. The people are very nice and friendly.

HOW TO APPLY: If you are interested in starting your overseas teaching career, send a SHORT resume and a recent photo of yourself. POSITIONS OPEN ARE FOR THOSE WHO CAN START IMMEDIATELY ONLY.

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TEL.............81 157 23 7853
EMAIL........... [email protected]

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 discussed problem that can occur while teaching classes. There are many problems that can arise, from class sizes to shy students to listening problems. This unit gave simple solutions to each problem. I think it's important to remember that each problem does not have the same cause and that different solutions are required for different students. Teachers should be observant and willing to adapt to teach successfully.All of the EFL methodology methods were net to me. It was definitely good to see ideas for activities since I've never taught a lesson in English before. I also found it helpful to know which activities would work better for smaller and bigger classes as well as different activities for different level of English speakers. I learned how and when to give feedback, when to engage myself as a teacher and when to stand back and observe.