Here's a typical day of English teacher at Linguage.
Take a look at a typical day of an English teacher at Linguage school!
You can choose a working shift that fits your lifestyle between 7A.M. and 11P.M., so the schedule can be quite different for each teacher.
12:30 P.M.Start your day at work
Arrive at work to clock in for your shift, and see your schedule for the day ahead. Have time to prepare your lessons for the day or take some time to get to know the students at the free talk table.
1:00 P.M.Level 1 class lesson
As your students start to arrive, you can get ready to help our beginner level students learn English. See them grow with us, as we take them through their course on road to natural English conversation.
It is great to see beginner level students come out of their shell, and help them understand how learning English is a rewarding skill for them to achieve.
1:50 P.M.Level 4 class lesson
Now it is time to get to know the intermediate students at Linguage. As you work through the lesson points, you can take on the challenge of helping students push their boundaries using the English language in more creative ways.
2:40 P.M.Level-check for new student
A new student has come to try out what we have to offer at Linguage. You will take the lead and show them the Linguage "hospitality" and how learning English is fun, exciting and rewarding. Placing them in a level that is right for them and easing them in to their language journey.
5:00 P.M.Free conversation lesson
Free conversation lessons are a chance for our students to put into practice some of the things they have learned in their regular class. Covering a range of exciting topics across the levels, students can improve speaking with teachers and other students.
6:00 P.M.Planning school events or preparing for lessons.
At Linguage, we hold events every month where we leave the textbooks behind and enjoy using English with our students.
From Izakaya (Japanese style pub) parties to themed nights in schools, there is always something going on at Linguage ─ get involved!