TEFL in Ube City, Japan

Date posted:2004-09-24 | Writer: Ube Gaigo Center | Email: [email protected]

UBE Gaigo Center is seeking European or American teachers, (American preferable but not limited to) up to age 30, for a one-year contract beginning Nov. 8th, 2004 & Jan. 17th, 2005.


Students range from children to adults. Working hours at the center are from 3:30 to 9:05 pm. Monday to Friday . Some classes are held outside regular working hours.

Please send:
*Resume with cover letter and photo by fax or email.
*Photocopy of passport (main pages)
*College diploma and official transcripts (if available when applying) photocopies okay.

Pay/ Benefits.
*260, 000 yen/month.
*A furnished 1DK apartment is available with very low rent. (32, 000 yen)
*A return ticket is provided as a bonus for teachers arriving from outside of Japan after full completion of a one-year contract.

Location
Ube City, Yamaguchi Prefecture.

Employer
UBE Gaigo Center (Founded 1974)

Contact
Mr. Yurio Yamamoto
Tel: 0836-33-6750
Fax: 0836-22-7666
email: [email protected]

1-1-1 Kotobuki-cho, Ube City,
Yamaguchi Pref. 755-0032

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.

 

Unit 1: This unit is concise and clear. The objective was met in that I now better understand the roles of both good teachers and good students. Especially adult students, as I have only worked with children thus far. It was also good to see that the unit had included the influences of culture on a student's willingness or ability to learn English, as my experience with young learners in a foreign country, had taught me this.This unit was all about managing the classroom in order to have an effective lesson. There are many ways to make sure that the behavior problems are prevented and/or dealt with properly without offending the student/taking time away from other students. I learned that the teacher has to be knowledgeable of the students in the classroom and their individual needs in order to make sure that no one is being left out or left behind.


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