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JALT ANNOUNCEMENTS

JALT2018 is only a few days away from us and we are looking forward to seeing many of you at the conference and/or online! The conference hashtag is #JALT2018 – please get involved! We wish you a memorable conference experience, … Continue reading

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Vocabulary Learning Tips

Vocabulary Learning Tips by Sophia McMillan (Shane Training Centre, Japan) Shane Training Centre, Japan Learning a language involves learning new words. The more words you know the more you will understand and the better you will be able to communicate. … Continue reading

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Teach on the Peace Boat!

Peace Boat: Teach on this famous Ship and Travel the World! An Update from Peace Boat! Peace Boat – VOLUNTEER ENGLISH / SPANISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS FOR GLOBAL VOYAGES GET, Peace Boat’s language training program is now accepting applications for English … Continue reading

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Taught by Teachers Aged 50 and Over

Adult ESL Lessons Adult ESL Lessons, some have suggested, should be taught by mature teachers in Japan. There are many points in favor of this. Would you like to learn about American history from a twenty year old? If not, … Continue reading

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Things you Should Never Say to Americans (or Canadians)

Things you Should Never Say or ask Americans in the USA by Kevin R Burns (Kanagawa, Japan) Things you Should Never Say or ask Americans in the USA This is for students from Japan and Asia, and going on a … Continue reading

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How to teach English in Japan`s Facebook Page

Be sure to check out our How to teach English in Japan Page at Facebook! It has a lot of articles and school reviews that you will not find here. So do check it out! Also be sure to join … Continue reading

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On Being an ALT in Japan Part 2

On Being an ALT in Japan Part 2 by Kevin Burns (Tokyo, Japan) On Being an ALT in Japan Part 2 On a bright morning in April, Walker goes to one of the two elementary schools he will teach at. … Continue reading

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Teacher Assaulted in Japanese High School

Teacher assaulted in Japanese High School by Mark Chapman (Kanagawa, Japan) Teacher assaulted in Japanese High School Below is a video of some of the behavior that goes on at some of the junior high and senior high schools in … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Teaching English as a Second Language

by Matt Jones (The UK) The Benefits Of Teaching English As A Second Language Maybe you’re looking for a new career choice, looking for some part time work or wishing you could travel the world and earn money while you … Continue reading

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English Teaching Idea: Free Project Week

Free Project Week by Kevin Burns Tell your students they can work with whomever like in the class, and on whatever project they would like to work on. They must come up with a problem to solve or a project … Continue reading

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