Teach in Japan
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Teach in Japan: Business English Classes
Teaching business English can be rewarding; not only monetarily, but the students are often motivated, interesting (or just interesting!). Plus if you are interested in working in a business environment–for a company, teaching business classes can provide you with valuable leads. Teachers often end up networking through these business contacts they got from teaching English.
(Pictured above: Rebun Island in Hokkaido, photo by Ian Griffin) Teach in Japan: business English
ALC Education Inc.
Has offices in Kansai and Kanto and teaches business classes at companies in both areas as well as the Tokai region of Japan (Nagoya), in Shizuoka, and other areas.
I have spoken with a few teachers about ALC, and they enjoyed there time teaching there. I have in fact, applied for part-time work with them. I feel they are a good school to teach for.
The ALC Demo Lesson
Their interview is difficult. They may try to throw you off by suggesting a certain way to teach, then if you do that, they will ask you why you did that. So stick to your guns, and teach as you usually would. They may also throw you off by telling you, that you will teach intermediate students, then use actors who pretend to be beginners.
Tell us about your Favorite English School or Institution in Japan!
Hi, I`m Dave Johnson and I would like to know about your favorite English schools, universities, colleges or other institutions that teach English in Japan. I want to thank Kevin for giving me the opportunity to gather more information about which schools you think are the best in Japan.
People should know! And people should be able to avoid the bad schools and teach in Japan at one of the good ones. You can add your favorite school or read about the schools others have added by clicking on the previous link.