MyEikaiwa STUDIO by Eigopass

Trail Lesson Guide

Trial Lesson Steps

STEP 1
Introdution of yourself and teaching styles
Bring writing material to take notes about the student’s background
It is helpful to know some information about the student beforehand
Practice everyday greetings
Keep the student’s learning objectives in mind
STEP 2
Test the student’s ability to speak
Allow the student opportunities to ask questions
Smile and keep the student interested
Speak slowly and clearly if the student doesn’t seem to understand
Keep trial lesson under 30 minutes if possible
STEP 3
Explain to the student how you would teach him/her based on the trial
Explain to the student how you would teach him/her based on the trial lesson
Kindly excuse yourself when finishing
Never exchange contact information unless our staff says it is ok
We will contact you regarding the trial lesson within 24 hours

Code of Conduct

Respect
EigoPass teachers should treat students with the same level of respect that they would expect from others. Professionalism should be practiced in all situations before, after, and during lessons.
Attire

Teachers should dress appropriately for all lessons. Although suits are not required, nothing offensive should be worn to trial lessons and regular lessons. Teachers have the flexibility to discuss with their students on what is appropriate and not appropriate when an understanding between the two of you has been established.

Punctuality

Please be punctual! Lateness is considered an extremely rude act to most students. Therefore, we ask that you please be on time. If in the event that you are running late, inform the student of the situation as soon as possible.

Manners

Teachers should refrain from smoking during lessons. If the student doesn’t like smoking, please choose areas that are smoke free whenever possible during cafe lessons.

DO’s
Call or email the student in the event that you
Be kind and courteous
Prepare for lessons beforehand
Refrain from drinking or smoking during lessons
Have lessons at agreed locations
DON’T’s
Cancel a lesson without giving any notice to the student
Use profane or vulger language
Go to the lesson unprepared with nothing to discuss
Have lessons at bars or drinking pubs
Change lesson locations at the last minute

Understanding levels of Japanese Students

Beginner learners might possess a basic understanding of English reading or writing. However, speaking might be difficult without a teachers guidance.
Intermediate learners can communicate well but might make a few grammar mistakes. Help them by using real world situations.
Advanced learners have little to no difficulty speaking and listening. Lessons should be difficult to keep the students interest.
Beginner
Can communicate by using memorized phrases and responses learned in early English education classes
Can also probably respond to questions that require short answers such as greetings and daily interactions
High-Beginner
Can express ideas and thoguhts in simple topics that occur in work and personal experiences and situations
Can have a good grasp of vocabulary and grammar, but might be nervous to speak without teachers assistance
RECOMMENDATION FOR TEACHERS
Facilitate situations that encourage students to speak as often as possible.
Do not interupt students at this stage as it might discourage them from speaking further.
Inermediate
Can communicate reasonably well about topics that involve everyday vocabulary and expression usages
Might hesitate in situations of discussion where their vocabulary is limited or where they have not had adequate time to develop ideas about the topic being discussed
High-Inermediate
Can explain with adequate confidence about various common topics, but might have some grammar mistakes in speech
Can have a good grasp of vocabulary and grammar, but might be nervous to speak without teachers assistance
RECOMMENDATION FOR TEACHERS
It is good to bring in daily news topics and have students develop their own ideas.
Listen to their pronunciation and help them by asking them to read for a little part of the lesson.
Assigning movies or television episodes to watch and discussing it is also a good idea.
Advanced
Can easily understand and express opinions about current events or social issues in newspapers, on television, and the everyday world
Relatively easy to speak without needed help from the teacher
High-Advanced
Can communicate confidently and coherently in all situations with little to no difficulty
Easy to distinguish and adapt accordingly with business English and normal everyday situations
RECOMMENDATION FOR TEACHERS
Discuss topics such as politics or medical sciences to build a strong vocabulary base not learned in earlier levels.
Allow opportunities for students to edit English grammar in texts which contain errors.
Introduce and explain the usage of business jargon related to each individual students career background.
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期間限定
4月30日まで
入会金
通常  22,000円
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