Students collapse onto the floor in laughter as you finish the song with an exaggerated flourish, feigning exhaustion after speeding up the actions faster and faster. You transition the students to their seats and begin showing them the full-colour flashcards that introduce the monthly themes. This week the students are learning about cooperation. You explain that the Japanese character, the American character, and the Brazilian character each celebrate their cultural festivals in unique ways, but that they all require cooperation to run successfully. You point the attention of the students to the costumes in the image, the floats and parades, the dancing and the games. Finally, you announce it is game time, and play a fun game that helps the students connect the language and the theme.
Established in 1985, Tokyo International School Group (TISG) runs Tokyo International School Afterschool (TISAS), Tokyo International School Kindergarten (TISKG), and Tokyo International School Learning Through English (TISLTE) at our Nakameguro, Minami Azabu, Komazawa, Toritsudai, and Gakugeidai model school campuses in Tokyo. We also have franchise campuses based in Kachidoki (Chuo-ku), Maruyama (Sapporo), Nishinomiya (Hyogo), Chuo-ku (Fukuoka), and Kofu (Yamanashi).
We are now accepting applications for part-time Saturday positions with our TIS Learning Through English (TISLTE) program at our Naka Meguro campus.
We are looking for confident, dedicated, and energetic teachers. The candidates must be passionate, energetic, and hard-working, and they must have a university degree.
The positions are Saturday School positions. There are two classes on each schedule, the first class is from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm and the second class is from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Our Saturday program is open for children aged between 4 and 10 years of age with classes divided into age and level.
The start date is July 2nd.
10,000 yen per 3-hour class, 20,000 per day (there are 2 classes per day).
Transportation is fully reimbursed.
Resumes will be screened to check that the minimum requirements are met.
Candidates will be contacted to arrange a first-round Zoom interview.
Following the first round of interviews, candidates will be short-listed for a second round of interviews, which will include a trial lesson.
Prior to the second-round interview, candidates will be asked to email a copy of their residence cards, passports, copies of qualifications, and letters of reference.
Following the trial lessons, a final decision will be made.
We look forward to receiving your application.
The above information is a public job ad. This job ad is neither an offer nor a contract.
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