TEFL Teachers Needed in Shikoku, Japan

Date posted:2011-08-23 | Writer: Language House, Inc. | Email: [email protected]

Language House Inc. is a professional language training firm in Takamatsu, Kagawa Prefecture. We have served the greater Shikoku area since 1976, providing language training to corporations, private companies, civil servants, and private individuals and groups. We are currently welcoming applications from TEFL qualified, professional, career-driven teachers. Candidates must have a university degree, a strong work ethic, enjoy teaching, and take personal pride in their conduct and professional appearance. Candidates should be creative, flexible and active team members. While formal training in education is favorable, we are also looking for candidates with business or scientific knowledge and training. Our clients are mainly corporate employees and managers, thus we need our teaching team to reflect a high degree of professionalism. Experienced teachers and graduates of education or industry related fields are encouraged to apply.

Preference will be given to candidates either currently living in Japan or with a valid working visa.

For more details, please feel free to contact us with any questions.

Please send your resume with a recent photo and references to the e-mail address given on the job heading: Our hiring process involves the application and two interviews.

Thank you very much for your interest in Language House, Inc. We look forward to talking with you soon. (Please do not call the office. We assure you that we will review your resume and be in touch with successful candidates as soon as we are able to.)

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.

 

Conditionals and reported speech are important part of English language. Both have strict rules how to use them. With reported speech problem could came up because we have to pay attention on many aspects. Conditionals have exact rules and after enough practice we can easily make a difference between them. The unit gives us excellent teaching ideas with good explanations that will be very useful for us.I have never heard of conditionals, so it was extremely helpful to learn about them. There are so many derivations, I can't imagine how difficult it would be for a TEFL student to memorize these forms, and I can only imagine mistakes are common. I found the charts very helpful, as well as the visualization of time/reported speech/active speech. I will definitely be using something like it in my lessons.


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