| Part-Time English Teachers
Are you living or commuting in Ebisu, Shinjuku, Akasaka, Shibuya,
Meguro, Gotanda, Ikebukuro, Roppongi area and other Tokyo vicinitiy
and Yokohama, Kanagawa area?
We "Bayside English" are looking for experienced English
with business experiences as well as teaching skills.
You can teach Business English and daily conversation at cafes or
If you have some special skills or knowledge,
we can arrange a new class for you.
Do not hesitate to contact us and you will arrange an interview with
As our students are business people, board members of companies, university
researchers/lectureres, Ikebukuro, embassy staff, Japanese musicians
and comedians etc.,
they are very eager to improve their English abilities and business
skills in English
such as presentations, phone conversations, meetings, negotiations,
job interviews, writing reports and so on.
||An English instructor who live in Tokyo or Yokohama
||A person who has a mobile phone and Internet access.
||A person who can work at cafes and student's offices.
||With business experiences (Preferably more than 3 years)
||If you have some special skills or experiences like
arts, cooking, craft, dance, yoga etc., we can open a new class for
||Trial period: 4 weeks after starting a lesson.
||You will be paid to your Japanese bank account every
10th of the Month.
||Part time or full time.
||A sincere and honest person.
If there is anything unclear,
please contact us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
*To the English-speaking teachers*
Most Japanese students come to the language classroom with the expectation
that turning up and remembering what the teacher says is all that will be
required of them. If only teaching English were a simple matter of 'giving'
students laguage, ours would be an easy job indeed!
Unfortunately, of course, it is not. The real challenge of our profession
lie in persuading students to adop a more active approach to study, convincing
them of the need to take responsibility for their own learning, and showing
them how to do both of these things.
Another problem is dealing with the students' lack of understanding about
what they will need to do to achieve their goals. Many people in Japan pay
huge sums of money to conversation schools, but speak Japanese to each other
until the teacher walks through the door and then again the second he or
she leaves. What is truly remarkable is that they cannot see why they don't
make any progress!
The aim of our school is to make Japanese students re-think the way they
approach English as well as to teach them real Business English.