26 ETIQUETTE RULES EVERY ENGLISH TEACHER IN JAPAN SHOULD KNOW: "In Japan, if you’re on time you’re late. Make sure to arrive to work, class, meetings, and everything at least five minutes beforehand. This doesn’t mean no one can ever be late (you’re human and so are Japanese people). But understand being five minutes late in Japan isn’t 'no big deal.'"

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5 Things You Should Know Before Teaching in Japan » Busy Teacher "Japanese people generally have very little knowledge about other countries, so your cultural references are likely to flop." #TESL

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Get the experience of living in a foreign country while also teaching English to kids.

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How to Teach English Abroad in Japan, Thailand, Spain, + Beyond via @BrokeBackpacker

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How much can you save teaching English abroad? Read details on what teachers in Japan, China, South Korea, and Spain saved while teaching abroad.

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5 Essential Steps To Becoming An English Teacher Anywhere In The World (http://www.goatsontheroad.com/5-essential-steps-to-becoming-an-english-teacher-anywhere-in-the-world/ )

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Go Overseas lists 9 great blogs about teaching English in Asia. Read blogs about teaching English overseas in Japan, China, Thailand, South Korea, and Taiwan.

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