As a Japanese Language Teacher, you are a role model in terms of the way you speak Japanese. You must be able to connect with your students and understand their difficulties in learning the Language. You have to be able to make classes enjoyable yet knowledgeable. You must have native levels of understanding of the Japanese language and culture. Preferred experience teaching the Japanese Language Levels (Elementary to Intermediate)
Teaching Japanese as a teacher
- Average 8 classes/week (average 3 hours per class)
- 1 class: 5-11 students (online and face-to-face)
- Participate in teacher meetings to review curriculum and share notes and observations
- Attending meetings with representatives from Company courses
- Preparing materials and supplementary materials
- Grading of homework and tests
- Planning, participating, and executing regular events (Japanese culture, Japanese language)
- Participating in teachers’ study groups
- Creation of social media content.
- Maintenance and cleanliness of classroom premises.
- Any other ad-hoc duties assigned