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Publications of the Japan Association for Language Teaching

JALT has a rich history of publishing material on all aspects of language teaching and learning, as well as of supporting writers in this field.

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Fun, engaging methods to track students' progress and/or participation in class (i.e., usually via a sticker or stamp point system card).
Example downloadable reward systems.

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This is a guide to articulating the position of certain sounds in the English lesson. When learning pronunciation of a new language it's important to be able to identify the differences in sound-making; i.e. the position of the articulators: lips, teeth, and tongue.
The language is aimed at the native speaker.

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This seminar (originally offered at an SDC) is intended to stimulate critical reflection on some of the foundational concepts that underly almost every aspect of our teaching and interaction with junior high school students inside and outside the classroom.


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Thank you for visiting English Web Book. Here you will find many free activities for teachers teaching communicative English.


ALT English lesson games, activities and more for teaching in Japan.

The goal of this site is to help ALTs teaching English in Japan.


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The internet's most comprehensive English-language guide to living in Mie Prefecture


Find activities, games, and worksheets to use in your English classes. Share your ideas and help your fellow teachers make their classes awesome!

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The Best Websites & Resources for Teaching English in Japan

Planning on teaching English in Japan?

Wondering where you should start?

Well you are in the right place. Here you will find a number of resources and websites on: where to look for a teaching job and where to find out more about living and teaching English in Japan.


KYOTO JETS is a website run by the current PAs in Kyoto City and Kyoto Prefecture for the purpose of distributing information and providing support.

If you have any comments or suggestions, please feel free to contact one of the Kyoto PAs at any time!


Chiba AJET is a social community for JETs, WI-ALTS, and anyone who wants an opportunity to get together, have fun and support each other while promoting international culture exchange in Chiba Prefecture. Membership is free and anybody with ideas for events can submit a proposal to our council.


Shimane AJET is a group that is run by JETs, for JETs. We are not run by the PAs or any BoE but are 100% volunteer run and funded.  We are affiliated with, though not directly run by, National AJET.


The Association of Japan Exchange and Teaching (AJET) is a volunteer organization composed of and for participants of the Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme.


Tofugu started out as a college course project in 2008. It was rooted as a Japanese language blog for English speakers. Over the years Tofugu began to find its niche and evolved into a full-time business.

Today there are two facets of Tofugu: the blog and the company.