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Work From Home With English Phone Lessons

Are you interested in teaching overseas but don't want to leave your home country? Daily call is Japan's largest telephone company. Get paid to make calls to English students in Japan.

It's also a great option for teachers living in very rural areas where it may be difficult to pick up extra work.

A lot of the lessons are short, some even five minutes, so it also seems great for any English teacher who wants to pick up another part-time job, but doesn't have enough time.

You can apply here on their website
Daily call homepage

Teacher Interview

Are you interested in appearing in one of our teacher interviews? It's a great way to talk about your own experiences, and it's also a fantastic way of promoting yourself, business or blog. I regularly share each interview on the Kids ESL Facebook, Twitter and Pintrest a few times a year, so it's a great way of promoting yourself to hundreds of followers connected with ESL. It's also a great way to talk yourself up to future employers when apply for a new job

Check out the below example and contact me today at contact@kidsesl.net
Here are some example questions, but feel free to add your own.

Please tell us about yourself.
How have you enjoyed teaching overseas in the country you worked in?
What are the positive and negative aspects of living in this country?
What advice can you give to new teachers interested in teaching in this country?
Have you had the opportunity to travel?
What are your future plans after returning home, or moving on to another country?
Do you have anything which you would like to promote?
A picture of yourself, school, students, or a nice picture you have taken of the country you work in would also be great!
Teach ESL in your home country? That's also great. I would love to hear about your experiences as well.
Here is an example of an interview done with an English teacher working in Japan.


Work in Japanese public schools with Interac

Interact is a great way to experience working in a public school in Japan as an assistant English teacher. It's also a great alternative if you fail to get into the popular JET program. I've done some research about this company and talked to many teachers, so read more to learn the pros and cons of working for Interac.