New ES Textbook Features And How To Use Them by Mikayla Govern

by Mikayla GovernBio: Mikayla Govern is from Midwest America. She completed her bachelor's degree in International Studies and has been working in the international sector ever since. She worked at one of the largest banking corporations in the world before finding her passion for teaching. Now, she works in the Saitama and Tokyo area…

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The Features Of Elementary Education by Mikayla Govern

by Mikayla GovernBio: Mikayla Govern is from Midwest America. She completed her bachelor's degree in International Studies and has been working in the international sector ever since. She worked at one of the largest banking corporations in the world before finding her passion for teaching. Now, she works in the Saitama and…

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Can ES Teachers In Japan REALLY Teach English ALONE? by David L. Hayter

by David L. HayterBio: David L. Hayter works as a Lead Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) in Japan. Although he primarily teaches junior high school, he has taught all the grades from kindergarten through ninth grade.Aside from teaching classes in junior high school, his other duties include training and managing new ALTs, designing and…

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7 Reasons Why English Only Classes Alone Won’t Fix Japan’s English Problems by David L. Hayter

by David L. HayterBio: David L. Hayter works as a Lead Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) in Japan. Although he primarily teaches junior high school, he has taught all the grades from kindergarten through ninth grade.Aside from teaching classes in junior high school, his other duties include training and managing new ALTs, designing…

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An Elementary School ALT – Thoughts and Feelings by Martin Moran

by Martin Moran Bio: Martin Moran is an ALT from London, UK. He taught English to foreign exchange students in London before coming to Japan in 2011. He has since been teaching in elementary schools in Niigata City and from this year has begun teaching in both elementary and junior high…

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