Many of the Japanese English learner’s take TOEIC test regularly.
Many of the Global Japanese companies required 605 – 780 Limited Working Proficiency.
In Pinas Group, some of our teachers give English proficiency review test to their students.
The TOEIC Scores
905 – 990 International Proficiency
785 – 900 Working Proficiency Plus
605 – 780 Limited Working Proficiency
405 – 600 Elementary Proficiency Plus
255 – 400 Elementary Proficiency
185 – 250 Memorized Proficiency
10 – 180 No Useful Proficiency
Do you Love to teach English? Online teaching is extremely rewarding and takes good time management skills, commitment, organization, planning, active online engagement, technology knowledge, and comfort in writing and conveying your online presence. Pinas Group is looking for online teachers who can teach English to Japanese students online. If you are interested please apply now and join our team.
To our valued applicants,
We are pleased to inform you that we got our electricity back at our office.
Our interviews will resume tonight at our regular interview hours.
Thank you for your patience!
Our office is still out of service due to the massive power outage brought by the typhoon “Glenda”. It is still unpredictable when will the electricity resume, but it will take a few days more.
By this trouble, we cannot conduct interviews yet. We will just update everyone here once our office’s operations return back to normal.
We deeply apology for this trouble. Please keep safe everyone!
• Provide lessons to Japanese students thru Skype
• Make corrections of student’s pronunciation, grammar and sentence constructions
• Prepare topics for free talking classes
• Teach students about proper pronunciation and grammar
Pinas group has three types of student.
A student who just want to converse in English
Tip: Give good conversation.
A student who want to improve his or her English without restriction
Tip: Give a good conversation plus good teaching
A student who really eager to learned English
Tip: Listen to your student and prepare materials that are helpful to your student.
We can no longer use the pinas_recruit Skype ID.
We have made a new one that we will use from today July 9.
To those applicants who have applied to us, please check our Interview Instruction page to see our new Skype account.
Thank you very much and we apology for the inconvenience.
• Strong and reliable internet connection
• Internet speed of at least 1 mbps or higher
• Good and conversant English speaking skills
• With pleasant personality
• Have a good quality of camera, headset and microphone
• Has a sense of responsibility
• Candidates must be living in the Philippines
• Students can choose their teacher.
• Students can evaluate to their teacher.
• Students can complain about their lesson.
• Students can request a lesson they want.
• Students can book a lesson 10 minutes before the time.
• Students can use their mobile phone in lesson.
• Students can book one or more lesson.
June was a very competitive month for Pinas Group teachers.
Here are the top three teachers for the month of June:
Top 1 Teacher A with 298 lessons and 20,720 earnings.
Top 2 Teacher B with 254 lessons and 13,670 earnings.
Top 3 Teacher C with 204 lessons and 11,760 earnings.
Is not that a good earnings that you can earn from your home?
1. An Engaging Personality and Teaching Style
2. Clear Objectives for Lessons
3. Good Communication
4. Knowledge of Curriculum and Standards
5. Knowledge of Subject Matter
6. Passion for Children and Teaching
7. Strong Rapport with Students
• Work from the comfort of your home
• Flexible work hours
• Earn an extra income
• Help international students with their curriculum
• Great opportunity to hone your international teaching skills
• Learn new technology standards
1. Back up your studies with real materials
2. Stop thinking classes suck
3. Practice them in speaking English fluently
4. Don’t beat yourself up over your mistakes
5. Make Japanese a priority
Respect Your Students.
Give Your Students Hope.
Learn as Much as You Can.
Let Them Learn To Make Decisions for Themselves.
Demo lesson is important because we’re looking to the ability of the applicant.
Here are the Tips:
1. Correct the grammar and pronunciation of your students
2. Make them speak more. Let them speak 80% and for teachers 20%
3. Make your student enjoy your lesson.
FILIPINO: If you’re a Filipino usually you would greet elders by kissing their hand for respect (mano). The word Po is often used when speaking with an elder or to a superior. Typcially, it is added to the end of a sentence. For example, thank you would be thank you po. In tagalog, salamat means thank you. To an elder you would say salamat po. The word “po” doesn’t really have a meaning but adds formality as a sign of respect. When greeting a friend, Filipinos usually do “beso beso”.
JAPANESE: If you are a Nihonjin, bowing is always necessary. If someone bows to you, bow to the same depth as you have been bowed to. Nihonjins also use honorifics, and they call each other with their last name.
Teaching a language on the Internet is becoming a lot more popular these days, by using Skype people can get jobs related to teaching.
When teaching online you are able to set your own hours and availability. To the applicant want’s to share their knowledge and skills in teaching with qualifications. Pinas Group is open for you and the pay for teaching online is quite good.
We are actively recruiting talented and enthusiastic teachers for our small, online classes. They are the face of Open English, leading live online classes and guiding students eager to become fluent in English.
To teach with us, all you need is a stable internet connection, a headset and a quiet space to conduct lessons. Each week’s lessons will be available ahead of time, Teachers host 25mins Lesson during live sessions, teacher help students improve their pronunciation, form proper sentences and engage in discussions on the day’s topic.
Teaching an online course can be very different than teaching a traditional course. Most often, pedagogical changes must occur to make the online teaching/learning experience a positive one. Here are the seven principles for good teaching practice that apply to both traditional in-class instruction and online instruction. The principles can serve as a guide while developing materials and learning exercises. The principles are:
• Encourage contact between students and faculty
• Develop reciprocity and cooperation among students
• Encourage active learning
• Give prompt feedback
• Emphasize time on task
• Communicate high expectations
• And respect diverse talents and ways of learning