TEFL in Tochigi, Japan

Date posted:2004-11-19 | Writer: Westgate Corporation | Email: [email protected]

WESTGATE CORPORATION is looking for a highly motivated EFL/ESL instructor to teach English to Japanese high school students at a high school in Tochigi prefecture for approx. 4 months.

Native English speaking American or British female aged 40-59 at the time of employment; and experience teaching English in this field required. Japanese ability preferred.

CONTRACT PERIOD: early April 2005 - late July 2005 WORKING HOURS: 9 consecutive hours a day with break and lunch SALARY: 275, 000 yen a month HOUSING: Furnished apartment with a rental fee of 81, 000 yen per month (Utilities and maintenance fees included) HEALTH INSURANCE: 2, 800 yen per month (Subsidized) FLIGHT REIMBURSEMENT: Up to 1000 USD for those residing outside Japan OTHERS: - Applicant NOT REQUIRED to reside in Japan. - Visa sponsorship available.

Please apply by e-mail with CV/resume, letter of introduction and photo at Jun Tsunoda at [email protected]. We are looking forward to receiving your application.

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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.


Interesting Unit, which I think could cause quite a bit of difficulty, and as an inexperienced teacher, could be difficult to get across. I am interested in teaching first time learner's, as feel it will help me learn with them and not have to \"step up\" immediately and know what I am doing. I find it a little over whelming but am enjoying the course. I don't feel I have done very well in this unit but will see..............The past tense describes actions that took place in the past. Like the present tense, the past tense has four forms. The action is either 1) completed (past simple), 2) on-going at a certain time in the past (past continuous), completed before another past action occurred (past perfect) or 4) began in past, continued for a period in the past and had been going on continuously up to that moment in time (past perfect continuous).