Tips for Teaching English in Japan as an ALT

Teaching English in Japan as an ALTIf there is one thing I have learned from my time teaching English in Japan as an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT), it is how to be flexible. I teach with twelve homeroom teachers from three elementary schools and none of them have been specifically trained to teach English. This has provided both fascinating and difficult situations, and there are many challenges an ALT could face while co-teaching. Part of the battle is identifying the problem and dealing with it. I would like to point out three different types of teaching styles you may encounter while teaching in Japan, and provide some input on how you might be able to improve your co-teaching relationships with them.

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TESOL Spain: Should I Teach Adults or Children?

TESOL Spain: Teaching English to Adults or Children?I have been teaching English in sunny Spain for a while now, and I have gained experience teaching both adults and children. Perhaps you are planning on doing a TESOL course in the near future, or maybe you have recently passed the course, and the question has recently crossed your mind: ‘Do I want to teach adults or children?’ In this article I am going to give you an insight into both.

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Tips for Teaching English in Mongolia

Tips for teaching English in MongoliaIf you want to teach English in Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar is where you should start!  The summer is the best time to get an entry-level job because schools open summer camps and they need to hire many teachers. Most language schools prefer native speakers who have a TESOL certificate. You can get a good private school that will pay you up to $1500 per month. If you are not a TESOL certified teacher, you can get a job that will pay you between $500 and $700 per month. In this article, I will tell you how to get a good paying English teaching job in Mongolia and give you some tips for the classroom.

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Teaching English in Germany: Make Extra Money Teaching One-to-One!

Teaching English in Germany one-to-oneThe best way to make good money teaching English in Germany is to offer private one-to-one lessons on the side. Teaching at a language school will pay your living expenses, but you can make an extra 1000 to 2000 euro a month teaching English one-to-one. This article will give you some tips to help you prepare your classes.

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3 Reasons To Teach English in South Korea with EPIK

Teach English in South Korea with EPIKI wanted to teach English abroad ever since I started university. I was young when I started my degree and I wanted to travel before I settled in my career. I didn’t have much money to go abroad for a long period of time, so I needed to find a teach abroad program that paid well. Initially, EPIK wasn’t even among my top 10 choices. After I learned more about South Korea and the EPIK program, I was so determined to get the job that I even took some Korean classes in my last year of university. These are the top 3 reasons to teach English in South Korea with EPIK.

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How to Earn 3500 Euro/month Teaching English in Italy!

Teaching English in ItalyYou can earn a very good salary teaching English in Italy, if you are willing to work 50 hours a week and always be on the go. I make over 3500 euro per month as a freelance teacher, teaching English at public schools in the morning, language schools in the afternoon, and business English courses in the evening. I start my day at 11 am and finish at 9 pm. I have a lot of time in between classes to have a nice lunch and relax. I earn a good income, so I can afford a nice little Opel that takes me wherever I want to go on my breaks.

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Teaching in Spain: How TESOL Certification Will Help You

Teaching English in Spain: How TESOL Certification Helps in SpainI found out pretty early on that I enjoyed teaching English in Spain more than the usual ‘do this for a year while on holiday’ gig, which you see often, so I knew I wanted to do a TESOL course that could give me some decent credentials and make me a better teacher. In this article, I’m going to explain why taking an accredited TESOL certification course can help you in Spain.

About the Author: Rob completed our 250-hour TESOL Diploma and today he is teaching English in Madrid, Spain.

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