TEFL in Japan

Date posted:2007-03-19 | Writer: Westgate Corporation | Email: [email protected]

!!URGENT!! 20 MORE ENGLISH INSTRUCTORS NEEDED FOR THE UPCOMING SPRING!!


WESTGATE is looking for highly motivated EFL/ESL instructors to teach conversational English to Japanese university students at universities for approx. 3 to 5 months (UNIVERSITY PROGRAM), to Japanese elementary school children at elementary/primary schools for approx. 3 to 6 months (YOUNG LEARNERS PROGRAM), or to tutor Japanese university students and business people online (E-Learning Program). E-Learning Program tutors may teach company classes and/or the University Program.


We are pleased to announce that our survey in the past 3 years shows more than 70% of our instructors wish to renew the contract with us, and we actually have many returning instructors!


IN ORDER TO START THE APPLICATION PROCESS, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT Contact us, WHERE YOU CAN FIND MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR PROGRAMS, POSITIONS, AND CONDITIONS. PLEASE FILL OUT AND SUBMIT AN ONLINE APPLICATION FORM.

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.

 

The productive skills are speaking and writing. In speaking, accuracy and fluency are equally important in English language. Accuracy activities are usually focused on producing correct language while fluency is focused on getting students to experiment and be creative with language. Both comes with different stage of a lesson. In wring one will have to focus on spelling, layout & punctuation, and creative writing.Unit 20 addresses common classroom problems and offers suggestions on how to deal with them. Topics covered include how to start a new course, manage a large class, encourage reluctant students and juggle a multi-level class. I learned first classes should focus on rapport and not be coursebook dependent. I also learned that listening texts and recordings are often challenging to students but should not be avoided.

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