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THE TRUTH About the JET (JAPAN EXCHANGE & TEACHING) Program// My Experience Teaching Abroad
 
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The truth about the JET Program & what it's all about.I am not trying to put JET in a negative light. The JET Program is great for people who want to experience Japan and are nervous to move or get their foot in the door with working in Japan. I learned a lot of life skills before changing jobs and finding my way through this crazy life! I do recommend them. My situation was just...different. #teachinginjapan #lifeinjapan #traveltojapan #JETprogram #myfirsttime #lifeabroad #Japantips :::::♥ ♥::::: LINKS :::::♥ ♥::::: AOMORI APARTMENT VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RecwwxAUrYI DAY 1 of TRAVELING AOMORI (I had pneumonia the whole time XD) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gv_nyfi3ydg&t=33s My Old HIROSAKI Blog http://followme2aomori.blogspot.com/ :::::♥ ♥::::: LOVELYZKELLY.COM :::::♥ ♥::::: https://www.lovelyzkelly.com/ ::::♥ ♥::::: DONATE :::::♥ ♥::::: Help me pay for trips around Japan and new camera equipment for better content! Paypal: [email protected] :::::♥ ♥::::: SUBTITLES :::::♥ ♥::::: Please help me translate my videos! Subtitles here: https://www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?v=-AL9yyuWwnI :::::♥ ♥::::: MUSIC :::::♥ ♥::::: Music by Epidemic Sound! http://www.epidemicsound.com :::::♥ ♥::::: SOCIAL MEDIA :::::♥ ♥::::: INSTAGRAM :::::♥ ♥::::: lovelyzkelly TWITTER :::::♥ ♥::::: https://twitter.com/lovelyzkelly FACEBOOK :::::♥ ♥::::: https://www.facebook.com/lovelyzkellyofficial ♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:­·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·­.♥.·:*¨¨*:·. Your virtual ticket to Japan ♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:­·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·­.♥.·:*¨¨*:·. Hi! My name is Kelly and I am an English teacher living in Japan! I studied Japanese and education at Michigan State University with a minor in TESOL so I am living the dream! I`m also a singer/songwriter and love to travel and eat lots of yummy food around the world! I post videos about lifestyle, health, and travel. l please don't be afraid to comment on what I can improve on as well as on any travel tips you have or cool places to visit! 皆さん、初めまして。 私の名前はケリーです。 私は東京に住んでいて英語を教えています。 ミシガン州立大学で日本語と教育を専攻していました。 TESOLも勉強したので自分の夢をかなえることが出来ました。 私は日本の生活や旅行についてのビデオを作ります。 歌うことも大好きなのでそれもチャンネルでお見せしますね。 私はYouTubeを始めたばかりなので 何かアドバイスあったらコメントして下さい。 私の生活をシェア出来ることすごくワクワクしてます。 ♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:­·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·­.♥.·:*¨¨*:·. ☆ ----- Contact me for business inquiries or sponsorships! ----- ☆ [email protected] ♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:­·.♥.·:*:·.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥♥.·:*¨¨*:·.♥.·:*:·­.♥.·:*¨¨*:·.
Views: 10691 LoveLyzKelly
JET Program: Daily Life as an ALT
 
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Three months ago I was still going to lectures, cramming essays, and making sure I could graduate; three months later I am standing on the other side of the classroom and formally an English teacher in Japanese elementary + junior high schools and.... WHAAAAAAA? BUT the JET programme (Japan Exchange and Teaching) life is more than just teaching! It's also about taking off your shoes at school, eating the same food as your students, cleaning the school after lunch, and adapting to the Japanese lifestyle in your downtime. You'll have 99 problems settling down in Japan, but the joy of seeing your students smile at you ain't one. PS. For aspiring JETs who are of Asian descent, please check out my video on how it feels to be an Asian foreigner in Japan! Hope it helps you understand what people expect of you and what kind of difficulties you will be going through when you settle in Japan. :) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q3NYZkUoFnU Don't forget to subscribe for more Japanese shenanigans! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecaradventures Instagram: TheCaradventures
Views: 22709 Caradventures
The JET Programme: The Good and Bad
 
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So I made a giant list of things that I wanted to talk about that are good, bad, and in-between with the JET Programme, schools, and life in Japan. I ended up having to make these into separate videos because it was getting too long. This one is about the good and the bad for for the JET Programme. Basically here is how I made my list: THE JET PROGRAMME BAD: - Critical information you won't know until you arrive. (Such as information about your apartment, school, city, etc.) - Subsidized rent could be more fair. - Tokyo Orientation - You can't use medical leave for a bad cold, only for a positive test for the flu. If you have a cold and need days off you'll have to use "Nenkyu: paid days off usually used for vacation or holidays" - No overlap between successor and predecessor. GOOD: - They do ALL the paperwork for you!! - You get to work in Japan and experience Japanese culture! - Tokyo Orientation. - Girls can get menstrual leave paid days off. - Tons of holidays. - you don't need to know Japanese. IN-BETWEEN: - You don't know where you'll be placed. - The pay. - You need a degree. - Tokyo Orientation. - The people you work with. If you have any questions or comments feel free to leave a message! I'll get back to you as soon as I can!
Views: 19258 Jessica Roh
JET Program: How Much Do ALTs REALLY Make?
 
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You know I get a 6-digit income here in Japan every month, right? ...... in yen that is. HAHA well. Let's talk about money this week. While the salary for teaching abroad isn't low, it also doesn't mean that I get to save a lot here because there are always, ALWAYS things that happen unexpectedly and cost a fortune. In this video you'll find out how much I really make, spend, and save. I have really come to realize how hard making and saving money is...... adulting is scary. Ft. a detailed list of expenses for daily life in Japan e.g. base salary, insurances, utilities, drinking parties, travels, driving tests, Japanese textbooks etc. To next pay check: why aren't you here already? --- Subscribe to see more Japanese shenanigans! Website: www.caradventuresxo.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thecaradventures Instagram: TheCaradventures Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=5860273
Views: 26389 Caradventures
My Year in JET (Japan Exchange and Teach) Programme
 
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My year in the JET Programme in Towada, Aomori, Japan Shot in various junior high schools
Views: 8589 aliasyoko
Your First Month In Japan (JET Program)
 
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*From NOW until the 2019 application is due, I am offering my time to read over SOPs, answer any questions you have about The JET Program and living in Japan. Email me at [email protected] if you are interested. Please note, I charge a $25 fee* GET THE GUIDE: 7 Easy Steps To Planning a Trip To Japan on an Insanely Tight Budget: https://wp.me/p5D7QK-ZN Hey guys!!! Are you wondering what your first month in Japan will look like?! I have to warn you...it will be the craziest month of your life!! Don't worry you'll get through it! Your First Month in Japan: http://wp.me/p5D7QK-t4 Don't forget to like and subscribe! *********************************************************************** My blog is awesome...just sayin': Thekawaiitraveler.com Want To Get Into The JET Program? My Experience Teaching English: https://youtu.be/Bm_3u5QXALM JET Program Interview Tips: https://youtu.be/BVbuMQnHAZs What to wear As An ALT: https://youtu.be/ZOV_Hzyifg8 An Alternate On The JET Program: https://youtu.be/k8gwRHOhObk Your First Month In Japan: https://youtu.be/bw9HnLTQUCc One Week of Japanese School Lunch: https://youtu.be/qETsQKS0sUA Cleaning in Japan: https://youtu.be/XDJgsktqrFQ Having A Bad Day As An ALT: https://youtu.be/I0CbT9Y3uBM My experience living in japan! 6 Months in Japan: http://wp.me/p5D7QK-2o 1 Year in Japan: http://wp.me/p5D7QK-5F 1 Year and 6 months in Japan: http://wp.me/p5D7QK-63 2 Years in Japan: http://wp.me/p5D7QK-cm Make sure you check out TheKawaiiTraveler.com
Views: 11705 The Kawaii Traveler
The JET Experience
 
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JET Program participants, both current and former, share their stories of Japan. With scenes from across Japan, be inspired to learn more about JET and start on your own adventure! Learn more at https://jetprogramusa.org/
Views: 10733 JET Program USA
The JET Experience - Self Introduction Class (with in-class back flips!)
 
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At the beginning of every semester, I have to do a whole bunch of self introduction classes for the students who have never met me before. But this past September, I started work at a new school and had to do a self intro class 15 times! I also did a backflip at the end of every class. That was 15 backflips! Then my viceprincipal asked me to stop doing them in case I killed myself LOL. But it was a lot of fun and I got really good at it. It felt like I was a comedian doing my shtick for an audience. This video is spread over 2 different classes that my co-teachers filmed for me. I cut back and forth between them for the interesting shots. There was actually a ton of stuff I didnt have time to show to keep it at a reasonable time length that people would watch. Anyways, I hope you enjoy this glimpse into a Japanese classroom. It`s exactly like in anime, and I am pretty much real-life GTO. In fact, my students all call me GTA!
Views: 18185 DriftHunterAlbo
JET Programme 2018 - A Week in the Life of an ALT
 
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It's Spring Vacation here in Japan but teachers and students still go to school. This is how the week before the new school year is spent. instagram: https://www.instagram.com/seizeandfumble/
Views: 1354 Seize and Fumble
A Day in The Life of an ALT
 
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A video made during my time as a volunteer Regional Advisor in Ehime, Japan. The video was shown during new-JET orientation in order to give people a feel for what and average day in Japan may look like and how to interact with students and teachers. We also tried to encourage people who watched this video to not be afraid to become active in their community. The video was well-recieved.
Views: 99992 Midwest in the FarEast
How to Get into the JET Program: Before Applying
 
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Like my new facebook page for more info! facebook.com/fahadinjapan Follow me on twitter and instagram! @fahadtkhan Email me questions! [email protected] I will be making a series of videos going through the whole process of getting into the JET Program. These are what I believe to be qualifications for the strongest candidate. Look out for videos about the application itself, the interview, what to expect, etc. Let me know if you'd like to see me talk about something specific! Thanks for watching and please like and subscribe if you enjoyed it :)
Views: 18673 Fahad in Japan
Teaching in Japan: 5 Useful Tips for Beginners
 
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Teaching in Japan is an amazing experience! Here are some useful tips for anyone coming to teach! *Get learning Japanese today!* http://promos.italki.com/abroad-in-japan In this video: - Japan's most popular and important game - Do you need Japanese to teach in Japan? - What two things will Japanese people compliment you on the most, regardless of your ability! - LOTS MORE!
Views: 239284 Abroad in Japan
JET Program Experience - Work/Life Balance, Isolation, Etc.
 
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Here it is everyone! An in-depth, month-by-month look at my work/life balance on the Jet Program 2017-2018. This is MY personal experience - Of course everyone's situation is different and will go through different things while living here. At the end of the day, I LOVE living in Japan and could not be more grateful for having the opportunity to live and work alongside some amazing Japanese friends and colleagues. However, I also think it is equally important to share the struggles of my everyday life and how I manage to overcome them. I cover a lot of topics (the good, the bad, coping with stress, homesickness, how I manage work, my recontracting decision, getting a tattoo, long distance relationships, studying japanese, traveling) in this video and I'm planning on making more detailed segments with my remaining time here in Japan. Hope you enjoy! Let me know your thoughts and what you want to see next in the comments! xoxo - Tudi IG: @fux_wit_tudi
Views: 3587 TUDI
Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program: 3 yrs in photos
 
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Hark, recent grads, sabbatical takers, and career changers! Watch this slideshow and decide if you should apply to the JET Program.
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ESL Teacher interview in Japan JET Program PT 1
 
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An in depth interview with an experienced English teacher for the JET program in Japan. There are alot of links and information sites out there but its nice to have a chat with someone who has done it and of course everyone will have a different experience. Boston Language Institute: http://www.bostonlanguage.com/ The JET program: http://www.us.emb-japan.go.jp/JETProgram/homepage.html A true master of JET: http://www.youtube.com/myargonauts
Views: 11465 toddatron
Stu in Japan - Life as a JET: Entry 1
 
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Video blog about my new life in Japan as an assistant language teacher on the Japanese Exchange and Teaching Programme. Hope you enjoy hearing my story!
Views: 19125 Where's Stu
Japan Exchange & Teaching (JET) Programme - Introduction
 
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Imagine your life in Japan with the JET Programme. Gain valuable overseas work experience, learn about Japanese culture, and meet people from around the world, while contributing to language education and international understanding. The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme offers a minimum, one-year opportunity to experience Japan as an Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) or Coordinator for International Relations (CIR) through an official Government of Japan program. ALTs work alongside Japanese teachers of English in the public school system, while CIRs are employed in local government offices. Application and further info: http://jetprogramme.ca/
JET Pre Departure-  My Time on the Japan Exchange and Teaching Program (2004-07)
 
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About Me: Not your typical JET * Entered the JET Program at 31 years of age * Married JET (wife is Japanese, met in CA) * A native of South Carolina and lived in California for 9 years. * Had been to Japan before JET as a service member in the US Navy. * Had some Japanese ability before JET. * Had professional experience before JET. (US Navy, Business Development with a Japanese food company, and Freight Forwarding). * Slowly worked my way to a licensed K-12 teacher after JET.
Views: 20 Daniel J. Stone
JET Programme
 
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The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme is aimed at promoting grass-roots international exchange between Japan and other Nations.
Views: 680 JET Canada
Teaching English in Japan with the JET Programme!
 
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Like what you see? Check out our Free Japanese Lessons & Games at: http://www.Speekit.com Kevin shares about his experience on the JET Programme, teaching English in Japan.
Views: 25110 speekit
Life In Japan: Typical Day of an ALT
 
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Walk a day in my shoes! This is a pretty standard day for me as an ALT in Japan. As always thanks for checking out the video! Please leave a like, comment, and subscribe if you enjoyed the video! If you wish to contact me or suggest a video to me the best way to contact me is on snapchat or line! Snapchat: Dhamage Line: Dhamage5 Thank You For Watching! -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "ROASTING COMMENTERS ON MY MOST POPULAR VIDEO!" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaWjGsOVaco -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- #japan #tokyo #unrested #japanese #lifeinjapan #japanvlog #vlog #sharlainjapan #studyjapanese #akasan
Views: 4557 Darren A. Hamilton
Being an English Teacher in Japan | A Day in The Life
 
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Connect with me on Twitter https://twitter.com/BenWall1221 My Blog http://mrbenjaminwall.com Life as an English Teacher in japan is exciting and can be a great way to meet Japanese people from all walks of life and to listen to the mindset and the ways of thinking of the japanese people. I love this job and this is just what an average day looks like for me. Music: Tropical Love (Original Mix) by Del https://soundcloud.com/del-sound Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/iYXT32UKTD8 Let the Show Begin by HookSounds http://www.hooksounds.com/ Creative Commons — Attribution 4.0 International — CC BY 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/... Music promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/CEUvKL8ZLWg
Views: 29596 Benjamin Wall
Teach in Japan 04: Cracking the JET interview
 
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Second Part of discussing the JET (Japan Exchange and Teaching) Program. From a former interviewer for the Japanese Embassy, some practical suggestions for how to make your approach.
Applying for JET Program
 
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Adam H. Lisbon, assistant professor and Japanese/Korean Studies librarian, discusses applying for the Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program. The JET program is an amazing opportunity or English speakers around the world to live and work in Japan - either as Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs) or Coordinators of International Relations (CIRs). This workshop talks about what makes a great job applicant in general, not just for the JET program. Best of luck to all those who apply for JET! Important sites mentioned: JET Program USA (https://jetprogramusa.org/) Tofugu's Statement of Purpose video: (https://www.tofugu.com/japan/jet-program-statement-of-purpose/) Tofugu's JET guide: (https://www.tofugu.com/series/jet-program/) ----- Navigate this video: 06:23 - JET 101: (https://youtu.be/XcN-8daqrBc?t=6m23s) 11:43 - The Letters of Recommendation (https://youtu.be/XcN-8daqrBc?t=11m43s) 13:33 - The Statement of Purpose (https://youtu.be/XcN-8daqrBc?t=13m33s) 20:26 - Interview Tips (https://youtu.be/XcN-8daqrBc?t=20m26s) 24:09 - What Interviewers are Thinking (https://youtu.be/XcN-8daqrBc?t=24m9s) 28:25 - How JET fits into your Life (https://youtu.be/XcN-8daqrBc?t=28m25s) 36:41 - Q&A Session (https://youtu.be/XcN-8daqrBc?t=36m41s)
Stu in Japan - Life as a JET: Entry 2
 
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Video blog about my new life in Japan as an assistant language teacher on the Japanese Exchange and Teaching Programme. Hope you enjoy hearing my story!
Views: 8675 Where's Stu
Teaching in Japan!
 
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I taught in Japan for two years in the early 1990s on the JET Program. This video was shot during my second year. Below is an index to certain "highlights" from this particular class at Amakusa Senior Secondary School (天草高校). 1:36 Student's right, I'm wrong, but so what?!? 3:00 Intense demonstration: "Jaws" is my favorite movie! 4:41 Student wins our competition -- but don't tell that to me! 7:13 Propaganda Groupthink Lesson: "English = Awesome!" [Eigo = Subarashii!] 8:39 Japanese song - requested by a student Yukari - who didn't expect to be a star In this video, I am introducing myself to one of the many classes I taught at Amakusa Senior High School In Kumamoto, Japan, as a teacher on the JET Program from 1991-1993, "I began to use more and more of my basic knowledge of Japanese in the classes I taught to show students that it was OK to speak a second language, loudly, and make mistakes -- and lots of them -- in public and without shame. This became part of my pedagogical shtick. However, as the class progressed, I used less Japanese. By the end of the term, we spoke only English in the classroom. I loved teaching in Japan. It was so much fun and the kids were terrific." Teaching English in Japan. It's a great experience.
Views: 146670 Kevin Cassell
Teachers Return to Home: JET 2011 (2/4)
 
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JET PROGRAMME The Japna Exchange and Teaching Programme. Official Homepage http://www.jetprogramme.org/ JET / Canada http://jetprogramme.ca/ JET Alumni Association of British Columbia and Yukon (JETAABC) http://jetaabc.ca/ The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme, now in its 25th year, is aimed at promoting grass-roots international exchange between Japan and other nations. The number of countries sending participants has risen over the years, as has the number of participants. In 2011, the Programme has welcomed 4,330 participants from 39 countries. No matter where you go in Japan today, you will find JET participants developing strong relationships with their local communities through foreign language education and international exchange activities. After completing their time on the Programme, many former JET participants use their experiences in Japan to continue enhancing relations between Japan and their home countries. The Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR) administers the JET Programme in cooperation with local government organisations; the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC); the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA); and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). CLAIR provides support for both JET Programme participants and their contracting organisations by arranging each JET participant's arrival, holding orientation seminars, as well as providing counselling and distributing a wide variety of essential resource materials and information. The JET Programme has gained high acclaim both domestically and internationally for its role in advancing mutual understanding and for being one of the world's largest exchange programmes. We hope many more individuals and regions will participate on the JET Programme during the 21st century so that even more progress can be made in the internationalisation of our local communities.
Views: 333 NikkeiTV
The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme
 
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Ntb 2012年7月14日放送 『米国JET記念青少年招聘事業』 Ntb 毎週土曜日午前8時〜8時半で放送中 チャンネルKXLA44/DT44.1 ケーブルテレビでご覧になる場合のチャンネルはケーブル局によって異なります。 詳しくは、以下KXLA(放送局)のホームページからご確認頂けます。 http://www.kxlatv.com/listings.html
Views: 289 NtbOfficialChannel
Teachers Return to Home: JET 2011 (3/4)
 
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JET PROGRAMME The Japna Exchange and Teaching Programme. Official Homepage http://www.jetprogramme.org/ JET / Canada http://jetprogramme.ca/ JET Alumni Association of British Columbia and Yukon (JETAABC) http://jetaabc.ca/ The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme, now in its 25th year, is aimed at promoting grass-roots international exchange between Japan and other nations. The number of countries sending participants has risen over the years, as has the number of participants. In 2011, the Programme has welcomed 4,330 participants from 39 countries. No matter where you go in Japan today, you will find JET participants developing strong relationships with their local communities through foreign language education and international exchange activities. After completing their time on the Programme, many former JET participants use their experiences in Japan to continue enhancing relations between Japan and their home countries. The Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR) administers the JET Programme in cooperation with local government organisations; the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC); the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA); and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). CLAIR provides support for both JET Programme participants and their contracting organisations by arranging each JET participant's arrival, holding orientation seminars, as well as providing counselling and distributing a wide variety of essential resource materials and information. The JET Programme has gained high acclaim both domestically and internationally for its role in advancing mutual understanding and for being one of the world's largest exchange programmes. We hope many more individuals and regions will participate on the JET Programme during the 21st century so that even more progress can be made in the internationalisation of our local communities.
Views: 349 NikkeiTV
Stu in Japan - Life as a JET: Entry 6, The Gunma trip
 
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Video blog about my new life in Japan as an assistant language teacher on the Japanese Exchange and Teaching Programme. Hope you enjoy hearing my story!
Views: 7999 Where's Stu
JET Teacher in Osaka, Japan (part 1 of 2)
 
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This was a JET team-teaching that took place in 1994 at Tsukuda Junior High School in Osaka City, Japan. The ALT is David Walter.
Views: 3105 ByodoinPilgrim
JET Program: Lesson Planning
 
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One of my biggest struggles when I started teaching as an ALT was HOW THE HELL DO I MAKE A LESSON PLAN?! Hopefully by sharing my experience of the learning curve can help someone else too. I do apologise as it took me way longer to upload this than expected, you can skip animal of the day and intro by jumping straight to 3:26
Views: 29 Rowi Travels
JET Program - Japanese American Journal: Part 1
 
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This is Part 1 of the Japanese American Journal program which aired on October 8, 2011 on KTSF. The program focuses on the Japanese Government's Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program. Part 1 features Ms. Sumi Kato, Advisor for Educational Affairs and Mr. Peter Weber, JET Program Coordinator from the Consulate General of Japan in San Francisco. The discussion focuses on the history and current state of the JET Program. Japanese American Journal is hosted by Ms. Megumi Inouye. For more information about the JET Program visit the following links: http://www.jetprogramme.org/ http://www.us.emb-japan.go.jp/JET/ http://www.sf.us.emb-japan.go.jp/jet/index.htm
Views: 2521 Jetcoordinatorsf
JET to Japan sends UM students over seas
 
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The Japan Exchange and Teaching Program, or JET, sends students to japan to work and live for up to three years. JET provides students with the opportunity to learn a new culture and gain a unique set of skills. The program is now accepting applications for next year. UM News reporter Don Fisher met one student who is ready to apply.
Views: 31 Don Fisher
Jessica Biltz - Japanese Graduate Experience
 
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Coordinator of International Relations (CIR) in The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Program from Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan.
JET Application questions I CAN'T answer
 
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Lots of links below. Now is the time of year when people start working on their application for the Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme (JET). I've made a lot of videos about JET (see playlist links below), so I still get asked lots of questions by JET hopefuls. But there are some questions I'm just not qualified to answer, so in this video I suggest other ways to find this information and the answers you seek. LINKS: My Facebook page - good place to ask questions so others can see and share in the information: https://www.facebook.com/MyArgonauts JET Programme official website: http://www.jetprogramme.org/ The official forums: http://www.jetprogramme.org/forums/ Applying to JET playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLCDB0D161C5F6C138 Becoming a JET playlist (for those already invited to join JET): http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5AE5165BAF477FB0 Thanks for watching and good luck with your app! -Jason
Views: 2215 Myargonauts Jason
Teaching English in Japan on the JET Programme
 
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Two Years as an ALT in Magical Moriguchi... "Magical Moriguchi"...a suburb of Osaka, Japan. Highlights from my stint as an ALT/English teacher here on the JET Programme. Two years, 6 schools, and a lifetime of memories...
Views: 337 604Samurai
JET Program Vlog 1: Apartment
 
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My name is Brendan Pierce and I am an upgraded alternate on the Japan Exchange and Teaching Program. Posting this from my phone. The purpose is to give information about living and working in Japan.
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Teaching English In Japan | A Beginner's Guide
 
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Teaching English in Japan can be a daunting task. You may have the interest but don't know exactly where to get started. This video should answer those questions. My E-book Stone Heart (Horror Drama) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M1HSDCV An Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) is a foreign national serving as an assistant teacher (paraprofessional educator) in a Japanese classroom, particularly for English. The term was created by the Japanese Ministry of Education at the time of the creation of the JET Programme as a translation of the term 外国語指導助手 (gaikokugo shidō joshu) or literally "foreign language instruction assistant". The terms AET (Assistant English Teacher), ELT (English Language Teacher) and NESA (Native English Speaking Assistant) are also in use. The term is used by the Ministry of Education, local Boards of Education (BOEs) and schools in Japan primarily to refer to English language speakers who assist with teaching of English in elementary, junior high and senior high schools. However, some ALTs help teach languages other than English. ALTs are required to be university graduates, but they are usually not certified teachers like their Japanese colleagues. The JET Programme set the general prerequisites imposed by Japanese immigration (bachelor's degree, health, nationality) and the characteristics that can be considered to be sought by the Japanese government, boards of education (BOEs), and schools. In the case of ALTs from private language teaching companies, further requirements may include items such as TEFL certification, Japanese language ability (at least spoken) at a communicative level, teaching experience (both within Japan and in other countries) and other specialized skills (foreign languages other than English, IT, etc.) However, as a basic rule, the standards that are expected of JET Programme are still considered as norms among private language teaching companies that provide ALTs to BOEs, although agreements between BOEs and private companies often allow for a relaxing on some of these rules. Playlists Life & Travel : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA5wOJIWegRC7eLUbpeigMDxV-xmT3mbC Food : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA5wOJIWegRDBlX6iTOcvbhB-Fkxliytj Teaching : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA5wOJIWegRBYUuR4T_sgXV7jAena6Ic2 Gaming Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChOpaldB8yHpW6sS4q71azg Snapchat: DaveTrippin Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=DaveTrippin Twitter: http://twitter.com//Davetrippinon Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/charlesdjameson Contact: [email protected] My Website: http://charlesdjameson.com
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Teaching a subject (other than English) at a Japanese High School
 
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Welcome back. Thanks for watching! In this vlog I talk about the new challenges of teaching a subject other than English at a private school in Japan where the students are pretty good at English. I welcome your comments and questions down below. Best, Jason
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The JET program Application Paperwork
 
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My attempt at trying to summarize all the paper work of the JET Program. In case you don't know the JET program is a teaching exchange where recent college graduates can teach English in Japan for 1 to 5 years. It works to promote internationalism and cross cultural understanding. http://www.youtube.com/user/myargonauts http://www.us.emb-japan.go.jp/JET/
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Re: JET Program Vlog #8b - Driving - pt 2 - getting a license
 
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I ask myargonauts to talk about vacation and vacation days for members of the JET (Japan Exchange & Teaching) Program. Music: Wake the Dragon by The Dragon Ritual Drummers. Provided Courtesy of www.musicalley.com
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Teaching English in Japan: three years on the JET Programme
 
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A taste of school life for an assistant language teacher working in rural Japan: English lessons, eating with students, daily cleaning time, after-school clubs, sports days, culture festivals, graduation ceremonies.
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Teaching English in Japan with JET - Tom & Elliot Part 2
 
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Like what you see? Check out our Free Japanese Lessons & Games at: http://www.Speekit.com Here is the second half of our interview with Elliott and Tom, two guys getting ready to teach English in Japan on the JET Program! In case you didn't see our previous update, be sure to check out part 1 first ;)
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Teachers Return to Home: JET 2011 (1/4)
 
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JET PROGRAMME The Japna Exchange and Teaching Programme. Official Homepage http://www.jetprogramme.org/ JET / Canada http://jetprogramme.ca/ JET Alumni Association of British Columbia and Yukon (JETAABC) http://jetaabc.ca/ The Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme, now in its 25th year, is aimed at promoting grass-roots international exchange between Japan and other nations. The number of countries sending participants has risen over the years, as has the number of participants. In 2011, the Programme has welcomed 4,330 participants from 39 countries. No matter where you go in Japan today, you will find JET participants developing strong relationships with their local communities through foreign language education and international exchange activities. After completing their time on the Programme, many former JET participants use their experiences in Japan to continue enhancing relations between Japan and their home countries. The Council of Local Authorities for International Relations (CLAIR) administers the JET Programme in cooperation with local government organisations; the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC); the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA); and the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT). CLAIR provides support for both JET Programme participants and their contracting organisations by arranging each JET participant's arrival, holding orientation seminars, as well as providing counselling and distributing a wide variety of essential resource materials and information. The JET Programme has gained high acclaim both domestically and internationally for its role in advancing mutual understanding and for being one of the world's largest exchange programmes. We hope many more individuals and regions will participate on the JET Programme during the 21st century so that even more progress can be made in the internationalisation of our local communities.
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ALT Interview - United Kingdom JET
 
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This is the first in my ALT/Ex-pat interview series. The aim of this series to sit down with various people in the Japan ex-pat community and to get an idea of their Japan experience. Stay tuned for more interviews and come back for the rest of my channel's content. Cheers! For those who who will come to Japan on the JET Programme from the UK, this video is aimed at you. For everyone else, I hope you enjoy hearing the stories of a British ALT. Laurence's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doa_knux/?hl=en My Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jrobkatsuura/?hl=en
Views: 1210 NihonBouken
The JET Program Interview Tips
 
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*From NOW until the 2019 application is due, I am offering my time to read over SOPs, answer any questions you have about The JET Program and living in Japan. Email me at [email protected] if you are interested. Please note, I charge a $25 fee* GET THE GUIDE: 7 Easy Steps To Planning a Trip To Japan on an Insanely Tight Budget: https://wp.me/p5D7QK-ZN Hey! This video is for people that have interviews coming up for the JET program (Japan Exchange and Teaching Program). As you guys know by now, I was in Fukuoka, Japan for two years soooo.....I can say with confidence that I know a bit about how you should present yourself on the interview! I keep it short and sweet! Let me know if you have any specific questions about the interview!! Good luck!!! *********************************************************************** My blog is awesome...just sayin': Thekawaiitraveler.com Want To Get Into The JET Program? My Experience Teaching English: https://youtu.be/Bm_3u5QXALM JET Program Interview Tips: https://youtu.be/BVbuMQnHAZs What to wear As An ALT: https://youtu.be/ZOV_Hzyifg8 An Alternate On The JET Program: https://youtu.be/k8gwRHOhObk Your First Month In Japan: https://youtu.be/bw9HnLTQUCc One Week of Japanese School Lunch: https://youtu.be/qETsQKS0sUA Cleaning in Japan: https://youtu.be/XDJgsktqrFQ Having A Bad Day As An ALT: https://youtu.be/I0CbT9Y3uBM My experience living in japan! 6 Months in Japan: http://wp.me/p5D7QK-2o 1 Year in Japan: http://wp.me/p5D7QK-5F 1 Year and 6 months in Japan: http://wp.me/p5D7QK-63 2 Years in Japan: http://wp.me/p5D7QK-cm Make sure you check out TheKawaiiTraveler.com JET Programme Japan Exchange and Teaching Program
Views: 3145 The Kawaii Traveler
Stu in Japan - Life as a JET: Entry 7, Jungle Ruins
 
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Video blog about my new life in Japan as an assistant language teacher on the Japanese Exchange and Teaching Programme. Hope you enjoy hearing my story!
Views: 5263 Where's Stu