Daily Archives: May 31, 2018

Alternatives to teaching at an English School in Japan

Indeed many have read about the JET Program. They found their niche in a very interesting organization that posts native English speakers throughout Japan. Outside of the JET Program: you can work as an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) for your … Continue reading

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More Positions within the JET Program

More Postions within the JET Program Others become coordinators for international relations or CIRs. They work in various communities all over Japan and organize international exchange activities. Still others are employed as Sports Exchange Advisors or SEAs. They promote international … Continue reading

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Grounding the JETs

By Lisa Gay TOKYO — Since it was founded in 1987, the Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme has brought over 50,000 young foreigners to live and work in this country. The vast majority of JET participants teach English in public … Continue reading

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Me too! In the JET Program

Me too in the JET Program Foreigners victims, perpetrators of sekuhara by Japan Times (Tokyo, Japan) Foreigners victims, perpetrators of sekuhara Japan sees progress on sexual harassment, but stories suggest it still has a long way to go By STEVE … Continue reading

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Common grammar questions and answers

Common Grammar Questions and Answers by Lyanne Thomas Is grammar really important in learning the English language? Well, the answer is yes. Grammar is what connects the language together. It is the way a language is formatted or a sentence … Continue reading

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Motivating Japanese University Students

Motivating Japanese University English Students Sports Newspaper Project — The Classroom Olympics Once per term in a classroom full of students who enjoy sports,I bring in various table top sports games such as: table hockey,table top baseball, electric football, foosball … Continue reading

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Motivating Japanese University English Students

Part 1 Maintaining the Motivation of Japanese University Students If you teach English in Japan, motivating Japanese university English students can be a real challenge to say the least. To teach in Japan well, there are many things you can … Continue reading

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English Teaching at Japan Universities

English Teaching in Japan Universities English teaching in Japan Universities: share YOUR stories of teaching in universities in Japan. Plus read the stories of others and comment on them. Would you like to Stay near Hakone in a Victorian House … Continue reading

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Teach English in Japan

Teach English in Japan at one of the BIG schools. Teach in Japan for one of the Larger Schools Pictured: Himeji Castle (courtesy of my students at Fuji Film) How to walk into a job in Japan, get a working-holiday … Continue reading

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Teach in Japan

Teach in Japan Want to Teach for a Large School in Japan? How to get hired to teach english in Japan Teach in Japan: Business English Classes Teaching business English can be rewarding; not only monetarily, but the students are … Continue reading

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