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Myer English School -  Fukuoka, Japan

Thinking of teaching English in Japan? Here's what you need to know...



English, taught by Native English teacher

EFL industry
The demand for learning English in Japan is huge. 
English lessons are now provided in most Junior and High Schools, and many Elementary Schools and Kindergartens are starting to offer English classes on a selective basis.
To read more click HERE.


Private Lessons taught by Native speakers
"Native" English speakers
People who speak English as their first language are collectively dubbed "Native" speakers in Japan.  Since there is a growing expectation that instructors of English should be native speakers, native speakers are very much in demand in both the public and private sectors.
To read more click HERE.


Reasonable monthly tuition fee
Immigration issues
The ever-growing demand for teachers from English-speaking countries has prompted the government to devise a special work visa specifically for people traveling to Japan for the purpose of teaching English: the "Specialist in Humanities and International Services" visa.
For more information on Certificates of Eligibility, Working Holiday Visas, Working Visas, Heritage and Spousal Visas, Alien Registration Cards and Foreign National fingerprinting, click HERE.


Professional translation service
Skype lessons
Many English schools now offer Skype lessons where teachers can teach English to enthusiastic students from the office. Skype: a peer to peer internet telephony network program allows those who have the program installed to speak to each other from anywhere in the world for free. For a small charge (depending on the country) Skype to telephone or Skype to mobile phone is possible as well.
For more information about Skype and Skype lessons click HERE.

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(About Myer English School)

Teaching children 
Whether because of the overwhelming pressures of a competitive education system, or because it's widely agreed that a child's capacity to acquire and retain language skills far exceeds that of adults, more and more parents and teachers are introducing children to English lessons.
To read more about teaching children of all ages click HERE.

Teaching conversation
English Conversation classes make up the majority of lessons in private English schools.  The next section addresses the private "Eikaiwa" industry separately, but click HERE to read class descriptions, sample lesson plans and some basic teaching methods.


Eikaiwa schools
All School kids in Japan study English for at least 3 years, and the curriculum focuses principally on correct grammar and direct translation of sentences.  The "Eikaiwa" or "Conversation Room" industry has grown out of a desire for Japanese people to use the English they have studied to learn to communicate in a more meaningful way.
To read more about the Eikaiwa industry click HERE.

Schools :
Hirao, Chuoh-ward,
Fukuoka, near Hirao
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Meinohama Nishi-ward, Fukuoka
 
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Nishijin, Sawara-ward, Fukuoka

Daimyo, Chuo-ward, Fukuoka
  Part time English teachers wanted! Details are
Here or inquire by E-mail

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(Message from the Meinohama School Manager)
Speaking English proficiently connects you with the world. Myer English School supports our students dreams! In order to effectively master English, it is important to have the attitude, "It's OK to make mistakes, just speak!" something that most Japanese people seem to be unable to do. All of the staff at Myer English School puts forth every effort to support the English mastery of all of our students. Please feel free to contact us about anything related to English or English conversation.