Teach English in Japan
START DATE: April, 2015
Successful applicants will be required to teach kids from 18months to high school as well as adult classes. They will need to be able to create fun and active lesson plans for children and plan lessons around a set textbook for adults.
There are also some special events that take place through the year on weekends (usually saturday) and a week during august for summer camp.
May also be required to work at a separate location (1hour by train) during the week.
Must be a native english speaker. We would prefer a teacher who can stay for at least 2 years.
send your resume with photo by e-mail at [email protected]
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