If any of these thoughts occurred to you, how about starting as an online English teacher through NOAH Online English Lesson?
NOAH Online English Lesson is different from our existing services as there are no specific textbooks or curriculum required; you are expected to create lessons in your own style. Our motto, “Quality Lessons”, equates to our students feeling free to speak English. Therefore, your lessons will be based on your experiences of learning English.
[About Lessons]Students will need to buy “points” to take lessons. The reward amount that you will receive will depend on the type of lesson the student has chosen.
[Students Joining the Lessons]The website will display your lesson availability once you submit your schedule through the teacher's management page. Students will then reserve a lesson from the schedule display. You will then use Zoom to do the lesson on the day of.
[After Lessons]You will then confirm with us that you have finished the lesson as we check whether your lessons went smoothly or not.
|[Place of Work]
|Since the schedule is flexible, you are able to manage your own schedule/shifts.
|You can work anywhere as long as you have access to the internet and a computer with Zoom installed.
Those who are experienced in using Zoom and are good at communication.
Those who meet any of the following conditions:
A. No. You may use your own textbook if required.
A. We would like to have entire lessons in English without requiring Japanese, but teachers can use Japanese when explaining grammar.
*There is a study that students require more time and less understanding when a teacher explains grammar only in English.
Yes. You can contact the student before the lesson if he/she made a reservation. You will be able to confirm the course content with the student and prepare for it beforehand.
If you want to be a teacher in NOAH Online English Lesson please fill out the registration form below. We will contact you within a few days.
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