Teaching English in Japan is One of the Most Amazing Experiences
On Teaching Business English in Japan
Teaching English in Japan, It has been a challenging year! --I Thought I was going to die in the earthquake, then nuclear fallout, and last but not least, the challenge of raising two teenagers! It is all relative though.
There is always someone worse off than you and to be happy we need to think of others, that is the way.
Life is so, so very short.
I want to leave my mark with my heart not my wallet.
Maybe that is why I am a
Would you like to Stay in a Canadian House in Japan?
There are many kinds of teaching you can do. Let`s explore the
various options below.
One of the hardest and most interesting things I have
ever done, was to leave my family and friends, and
teach english in Japan
I`m glad I did though. The rest of my
life has been a reflection of that decision.
I chose the route of teaching at English Schools.
I taught English in Japan at a couple of schools
in Nagoya and in Kanagawa, before starting my own chain.
Since 2006 I have taught at a very famous university here.
I highly recommend
university teaching in Japan.
A good friend of mine taught in the JET program. He
had nothing but good things to say about being an
Assistant Language Teacher or ALT for JET. Indeed,
many have raved about the JET program.
They found their niche in a very interesting
organization that posts native English speakers
Teaching English in Japan: Outside of the JET Program:
Working as an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT)
You don`t have to be a JET participant to work as an ALT
in Japan. Check to see if your hometown has a sister-city
relationship with a Japanese city. Often there are
chances to work as an ALT through this relationship.
Some ALTs do not have a university degree. What they do
have is a Japanese spouse. That is often enough if they
are intending to live in their chosen city long term.
Cities and towns throughout Japan are begging locals to
teach as Assistant Language Teachers in their schools.
I know as I was one of them.
Teaching English in Japan: Teach on the Peace Boat
The Peace Boat is an interesting option for those who like
to do volunteer work. I would love to do this one day and
highly recommend it! You get a free trip around the world and
teach! Where do I sign!?
When I first arrived in Japan, I worked at different language schools including ECC and the YMCA. I was satisfied with both overall, and used that knowledge to start my own schools.
Many of my friends have worked for Aeon and Geos and enjoyed their time there. I recommend these schools too if you research
them and decide if the big school experience is good for you.
Pictured: The Giant Buddha of Kamakura, Buddha has been the largest student I have ever taught!
Advice on teaching your students how to write in English
How to improve your teaching skills
To teach in Japan at a BIG School
To Teach English at Aeon
To Teach English at ECC
To Teach English in Japan (TESOL)
To ESL Grammar Lessons
To ESL Books
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