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Top 50 Assistant Language Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an Assistant Language Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Assistant Language Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 17.4% of Assistant Language Teacher resumes contained Lesson Plans as a skill. Let's find out what skills an Assistant Language Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These are the most important skills for an Assistant Language Teacher:

1. Lesson Plans

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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Coordinated lesson plans and outreach activities with municipal schools, including a weekly English/Japanese bilingual bulletin.
  • Collaborated with Japanese English teachers in multiple schools to design and produce visually-driven lesson plans for students in class.
  • Assist with lesson plans and daily activity, clean and maintain classroom and one on one interaction with students
  • Created lesson plans for Japanese Teachers of English and assisted with teaching, grading, and examinations.
  • Instructed motor and speech skill development activities, cognitive learning, and art projects from lesson plans.
  • Assisted the teacher with daily lesson plans and activities for a student class size of 25-35.
  • Led classes, created lesson plans, performed examination grading and managed outside class activities.
  • Help educate/build fundamental motor skills through lesson plans with children 2 months-5 years old.
  • Developed lesson plans, activities, and bulletin boards to promote English learning.
  • Craft lesson plans for students ranging from 4 to 40 years of age.
  • Developed and implemented creative lesson plans to keep students' interest while learning.
  • Created lesson plans in line with state curriculum and school curriculum standards.
  • Designed lesson plans and taught English as a Second Language.
  • Developed and implemented lesson plans for students in grades K-9.
  • Create lesson plans, conduct home and center visits.
  • Designed and implement lesson plans and follow procedures.
  • Assisted teachers in lesson plans.
  • Prepare lesson plans for the 2 year old and the three year old classes.
  • Plan, prepare and deliver lesson plans and instructional materials that facilitate active learning.
  • Followed prepared lesson plans Developed daily objectives Created daily projects Supervised children at all times throughout the day

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2. Class Activities

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Here's how Class Activities is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted the teacher in class activities and took care of the children during breaks and class trips.
  • Fostered meaningful relationships among students through English club and after class activities.
  • Assisted junior high school home room teachers with class activities.
  • Worked with fellow teachers to develop test and class activities.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.
  • Job requirements included: Creating and implementing lesson plans, organizing class activities, and interacting with children ages 6-15.

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3. Language Curriculum

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Here's how Language Curriculum is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared supplementary teaching materials and developed English language curriculum.
  • Developed an English Language Curriculum for Elementary Schools from scratch to meet new government regulations.
  • Designed an English language curriculum for over 30 different elementary, middle, and high schools
  • Developed English language curriculum for two public high schools through the Japanese Ministry of Education.
  • Developed English language curriculum materials for elementary school grades one through four.
  • Reconstructed Takefu Commercial High School English language curriculum.

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4. High Schools

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Here's how High Schools is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitated English education in elementary and junior high schools through lesson planning and language interpretation.
  • Facilitated English education in junior high schools throughout Yokohama.
  • Served as a language consultant and instructor for three major high schools, teaching students from 11 to 18 years old.
  • Collaborated with Japanese Teacher of English to create English lesson plans for grades seven through nine in junior high schools.
  • Served as the only non-Japanese English teaching educator for a total of 8 elementary and junior high schools.
  • Team taught with Japanese English teachers in elementary and junior high schools; developed interesting and age-appropriate lesson plans
  • Assisted Japanese teachers of English at Jr. high schools and homeroom teachers at elementary schools in English classes.
  • Created teaching materials and implemented lesson plans and at 12 elementary and junior high schools.
  • Create and implement lesson plans for various levels of English study at three high schools.
  • Supported head teacher in junior high schools with planning, co-teaching, and evaluation.
  • Assisted English language instruction in Elementary and Junior High Schools.
  • Assist with English club activities at two high schools.
  • Coordinated with Japanese English teachers to plan, prepare, and conduct classes for more than 400 high schools students.
  • Instructed English classes at designated companies, Elementary and Junior High Schools Participated in all aspects of company operations
  • Created and taught lesson plans at two high schools and two special education schools in Wakayama, Japan.
  • Team teaching in 3 Japanese High Schools on Awaji Island Increasing responsibility in planning and development of club activities
  • Japan Teach English at various Junior High Schools in Nagoya as well as several Elementary Schools.
  • Recorded an English listening test used for multiple high schools' entrance exams in Fukui City.
  • Japan Taught English at 4 Japanese high schools to over 1,000 students.
  • JET Programme), Uto City Board of Education Provide assistance to Japanese teachers of English in junior high schools.

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5. OLD Children

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  • Manage classroom that consists of 6 weeks to 11 year-old children, rotate classrooms in the learning center throughout the day.
  • Instruct 3& 4 year old children in activities that promote social, physical and intellectual growth.
  • Share in the responsibility for a Head Start classroom of 3 to 5 year-old children.
  • Assisted teacher with curriculum and supervision of 3,4,and 5 year old children.
  • Educated 2yr old children in an interactive classroom environment.
  • Teach and care for a class of 12-18 month old children.
  • Assisted in the teaching of English to 3-year-old children who spoke Spanish and Japanese natively.

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6. Elementary Schools

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Here's how Elementary Schools is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Directed English conversations classes for elementary school students at two elementary schools.
  • Assisted in providing transportation from elementary schools.
  • Developed and taught English as a second language in 6 different middle and elementary schools to students in grades K-8.
  • Worked in 2 Japanese public junior high schools and visited a variety of elementary schools, teaching English.
  • Worked at 3 elementary schools and 1 junior high school teaching students English as a second language.
  • Developed original curricula, teaching materials, and lesson plans for junior high and elementary schools.
  • Developed, implemented, and successfully used curriculum for K-4th grades across 3 elementary schools.
  • Worked full-time as an ALT in four different elementary schools the Tokyo area.
  • Led the instruction of English language classes in Japanese elementary schools.
  • Sole non-Japanese English teacher at public junior high and elementary schools.
  • Implemented outreach curriculum plans to elementary schools in a two-hour radius.
  • Teach English at two elementary schools, grade 1 to 6.
  • Served as the primary English teacher in local elementary schools, fostering communication growth, and multi-cultural understanding and appreciation.
  • Served as a native language teacher at many elementary schools and kindergartens in Mihara city.
  • Prepare and teach English lessons in elementary schools.
  • Job Category: Government / Instructor Worked mainly at Nakasato Junior High School and three surrounding elementary schools in northern Japan.
  • Assisted in the instruction of English to fifth and sixth graders at three elementary schools in Nishinomiya City, Hyogo Prefecture.
  • Japan Exchange and Teaching Programme, Ujitawara, Japan Taught English in junior high and elementary schools.
  • school and Takasaka Elementary school Higashimatsuyama City, Japan Taught English as a Second Language in Elementary schools full-time.

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7. Speech Contests

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Here's how Speech Contests is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Prepare students for standardized exit exams and city-wide academic speech contests.
  • Tutored students in English during summer school and after-school sessions and coached students competing in city speech contests.
  • Worked one-to-one with students to help them edit and revise their essays, including essays for speech contests.
  • Coached students after school to succeed in English interview tests, speech contests and drama presentations.
  • Organized and facilitated local and school events, such as parades, festivals and speech contests.
  • Participated in extra-curricular activities related to the use of the English language such as speech contests.
  • Coached the English Club daily, including editing for writing contests and practicing for speech contests.
  • Prepared 11th grade students for English interviews, English speech contests and university entrance exams.
  • Prepared students for speech contests, public speaking events, essay writing, and homework.
  • Mentored students for speech contests, English university interviews and English test preparation.
  • Coached a team of students for the annual English Language Speech Contests.
  • Engaged with students in extracurricular activities such as sports and speech contests
  • Judged regional English speech contests for junior high school students.
  • Trained students for/participated as a judge in English speech contests.
  • Tutored students participating in various English speech contests.
  • Prepared students for speech contests and other events.
  • Acted as MC for district speech contests.
  • Coached and judged English speech contests.
  • Engaged students and facilitated cultural appreciation through creative lesson plans Trained three students to National competitions in annual English Oratorical Speech Contests
  • Assisted the Fukui Board of Education with coordinating and judging English speech contests.

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8. Assistant Teacher

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Here's how Assistant Teacher is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Learned the basics of assessing patient vital signs under the supervision of Cathy Hall my Patient Care Assistant Teacher.
  • Assisted the teacher in organizing activities and controlling a Kindergarten and 1st Grade class as an Assistant Teacher.
  • Aided head teacher in the 2 to 3 year old preschool room as assistant teacher.
  • Administered 200 listening and speaking test in the first year as an Assistant Teacher.
  • Worked with other assistant teachers to further aid the teachers and support students.
  • Acted as Assistant Teacher in 5 different classes with 18 children enrolled.
  • Work with Associate Teachers (Assistant Teachers) side-by-side.
  • Promoted to Assistant Teacher II.
  • Summer 2011- Assistant teacher in an ELL Enrichment Program at Glenbard West High School.
  • Volunteer Based)Assistant Teacher of children ages 5-12 in Religious Based Summer Camp.
  • Master class tradesman's license in Electrical, Assistant Teacher, Full Time.
  • Summer 2013 I was and Assistant Teacher for Leadership Class for Ms. Rivera.
  • Edited research essays and graded tests for a variety of classes.Hindi-USA - Assistant Teacher
  • worked with the one year olds as an assistant teacher for the summer before the center closed.
  • Worked for the Saitama Prefectural Government as an assistant teacher of English, based in the city of Yashio.

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9. Special Needs

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  • Assisted special education teacher in the implementation of activities for special needs teacher
  • Developed and utilized instruction techniques tailored for special needs students.
  • Provide extra assistance to students with special needs, such as non-English-speaking students or those with physical and mental disabilities.
  • Rotated between six schools and dozens of classrooms per week, including classes for special needs and Deaf students.
  • Provided bilingual support and assistance to teacher and classroom of 10 students in a special needs educational facility.
  • Worked closely with students With special needs and disabled to improve their academic and social skills.
  • Helped children with special needs in transition classes, as well as assist in the classroom.
  • Adjust teaching methods based on the special needs of certain children in the class.
  • Assisted in creating cognitive, sensory and fine motor activities for special needs children.
  • Assisted in instruction of special needs students to facilitate growth in English conversation.
  • Planned and taught simple activities for special needs students of varying ages.
  • Handled any discipline problems with special needs students promptly and fairly.
  • Help Assist in teaching special needs students (Elementary-High School)
  • Take care of young children and special needs children.
  • Provide extra assistance to students with special needs.
  • Guide and educate children with special needs.
  • Enabled hand over hand on living needs for special needs students (Deaf / Autistic) Received Interpreter Training from school district
  • Work Experience Highlights: Tutoring Autistic and Special needs kids.
  • Supervised and instructed Special needs students Assist classroom teacher with instructional and learning duties Perform duties as assigned
  • Worked in Timberwood Elementary School as an assistant teacher/ caretaker for special needs students with employer, Mrs. Maxey.

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10. Cultural Exchange Programs

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Here's how Cultural Exchange Programs is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Selected to join one of Japan's largest cultural exchange programs (JET), run by 3 Japanese government ministries.
  • Participated in one of the largest cultural exchange programs in the world with people from 39 countries.

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11. Classroom Management

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Here's how Classroom Management is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Organized and led learning activities for children using various materials and resources; established and enforced procedures for classroom management
  • Assisted with professional responsibilities* Designed classroom management plans* Directed student support and supervision* Assisted with teacher support
  • Assisted teacher with classroom management, curriculum implementation, daily activities and maintained a hygienic environment.
  • Experience with classroom management and organizing English activities.
  • Executed strong organization, presentation and public speaking skills for lesson planning, classroom management, grading, and curriculum development.
  • Collaborated and assisted teacher with classroom management and daily activities such as circle time, cooking and outdoor games.
  • Provide independent instruction, supervision, and classroom management in the absence of the supervising teacher.
  • Coordinated weekly with over 30 different teachers on lesson plans and classroom management activities.
  • Collaborated with parents and other staff to create a classroom management system.
  • Assist the lead teacher with classroom management.
  • Led and assisted in classroom management: infants, 18 months to 3 years, and 3 to 6 years.
  • Provided one-on-one tutoring to children with autism, both verbal and non-verbal Implemented successful classroom management and social skills systems
  • Provide support (personal care, groups, classroom management, behavioral and intervention plans and inclusion.
  • Volunteer Work) Offered classroom management support to the catechist.

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12. ALT

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Here's how ALT is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain a healthy working relationship with Japanese co-workers in a Japanese school office environment.
  • Facilitated healthy and appropriate interactions between the girls via anger management and conflict resolution.
  • Promoted healthy interaction between groups.
  • Instruct children in health and personal habits such as eating, resting, and toilet habits.
  • Selected Ward Team Leader: supervised activities of ALT's in eight schools.
  • Assist in the healthy daily living and growth of children diagnosed with Autism.
  • Provided a healthy and safe learning environment for 16 children.
  • Instructed children on proper health and personal habits.
  • Provide a healthy, safe and welcoming environment.
  • Selected as an ALT from a pool of over 4000 applicants from the U.S. in 2013.
  • Prepared healthy meals, snacks, and aware of allergies Documented behaviors and mood changes on daily sheets.
  • Organized orientation, welcome events and provided ongoing support for new ALTs arriving to Saga Prefecture.
  • Participated in PTA activities with parents to serve as ambassador to Interac s ALT Program.
  • Conducted healthy cooking meal demonstration & samplings, menus, and nutritional values.
  • Selected as one of two Yamaguchi-ken representatives for the new ALT orientation.
  • Interpreted for public officials, including the mayor, and new ALTs.
  • Attend conferences and Prefectural ALT meetings (and serve as reporter).
  • Trained employees of Altia Central in English Teaching methods.
  • Prepare soothing environment for naptime Fostered healthy parent teacher communication.
  • Created Niigata Prefecture lesson activity book for ALT instructors in the Chuetsu district.

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14. Art Projects

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Here's how Art Projects is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Organized field trips and participated in art projects, creative writing, and sports activities with children.
  • Worked with children, individually and in a group setting, to complete various Art projects.
  • Assisted teachers with weekly schedules and creating art projects and age appropriate learning activates.
  • Plan activities for children, such as storytelling or art projects.
  • Planned, prepared, and developed materials for art projects.
  • Watched over children during class hours Occasionally worked as assistant teacher and facilitated children with art projects
  • Summer position Planned activities, including art projects and teaching basic motor skills.

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15. Daily Activities

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Here's how Daily Activities is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Communicated openly with children's parents about daily activities and behaviors.
  • Assisted Lead Teacher in the Two's classroom in daily activities and care for the children under our care.
  • Help parents get a better understand on their child(s) daily activities and progresses.
  • Communicate with children's parents and guardians about daily activities, behaviors, and related issues.
  • Helped teacher with daily activities or did activities when head teacher wasn't there.
  • Read to children, played, sang with them and did daily activities.
  • Help with daily activities* Create lesson plans* Watch and care for children
  • Discussed child's daily activities with parents at pick up time.
  • Assisted clients with daily activities such as bathing and dressing.
  • Assist the teachers with daily activities.
  • Incorporated lesson plans to daily activities.
  • Prepared for and conducted parent-teacher conferences Planned and prepared daily activities that scaffold the morning lesson plans
  • Created and planned daily activities and events including holiday functions and parent/teacher night Fed, clothed and changed children throughout the day
  • Assisted the lead teacher in the daily activities of a pre-kindergarten classroom.
  • provided daily activities for children.
  • Job Responsibilities 1.Help the teacher with lessons 2.Assist the students with work 3.Come up with daily activities

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16. Recreational Activities

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Here's how Recreational Activities is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Promoted physical, mental and social development by implementing classroom games and outdoor recreational activities.
  • Cultivated children's academic skill sets one-on-one and participated in various recreational activities.
  • Organized and supervised games and other recreational activities.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities.
  • Organize and supervise games and other recreational activities to promote physical, mental, and social development.
  • Conduct different recreational activities such as drawing, coloring, music, drama, etc.
  • Conducted different art projects as well as recreational activities suitable for each age group.
  • Organize and participate in recreational activities, such as games and flashcards.
  • Organized and engaged in recreational activities such as games and puzzles.

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17. ESL

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Here's how ESL is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Developed ESL lesson plans, including activities and games to Junior High School students, from grades seven to nine.
  • Designed and produced a monthly newsletter distributed among the schools to share ESL activities, materials and ideas.
  • Created, planned and taught 30 ESL lessons to over 350 Japanese High School students weekly.
  • Created new ESL lessons and activities for Japanese children between the ages of 5 - 12.
  • Organized annual global culture days for 4 area elementary schools and 15 ESL teachers.
  • Prepare ESL materials and lesson plans for Elementary and Junior High school.
  • Create and teach ESL lesson plans in Japanese junior high schools.
  • Experienced in creating language learning lesson plans for ESL learners.
  • Coordinated applications, interviews, and outreach for ESL scholarship committee
  • Integrated English (ESL) instruction into all subject matter.
  • Created new visual aids for ESL teaching materials.
  • Worked as an ESL Program Assistant Teacher.
  • Presented at two regional ESL Teaching conferences.
  • Assisted in ESL classes 20 times per week.
  • Filmed for a news segment on OBS News (Oita Broadcast Station) about innovative ESL programs and teachers.
  • Japan Taught Senior High School students basic English Grammar and advanced conversation skills in an ESL setting.

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18. Mathematics

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Here's how Mathematics is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed educational courses such as Phonics, Mathematics, Fine and Gross motor skills.
  • Designed games, songs and visual aids to incorporate mathematics into everyday activities.
  • Teach English, Reading, Writing and Mathematics.

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19. American Culture

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Here's how American Culture is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Incorporated cultural points into everyday conversations that helped to heighten their awareness of American culture.
  • Provided support for high school teachers by teaching Spanish students about American culture, and assisted in their educational language development.
  • Designed lessons, consulted and team taught with native teachers to increase student understanding of the English language and American culture.
  • Encourage students' interest in learning English through exposure to American culture and use of English in the classroom.
  • Designed and executed lessons involving English language and American culture for classes of 30 students, grades 8-12.
  • Designed lessons and supplemented class materials to increase student understanding of the English language and American culture.
  • Imparted knowledge of the English language and American culture to Japanese middle school and elementary school students.
  • Planned lessons and taught English and American culture in Japanese High Schools for all levels and capabilities.
  • Developed lessons on English conversation and grammar and American culture in cooperation with local teachers.
  • Increased student and teacher comfort level with spoken English and understanding of North American culture.
  • Represented the United States an ambassador of the English language and American culture.
  • Introduced students and coworkers to American culture, serving as a cultural ambassador.
  • Developed 15-18 team-teaching English language and American culture lesson plans per week.
  • Socialized students into what to expect from American culture and values.
  • Served as a general resource of English language and American culture.
  • Introduced American culture and teaching style to the classroom.
  • Coordinated American culture events for students with special needs.
  • Give cultural presentations to all classes about American culture.
  • Introduced students to American culture.
  • Create interactive and enjoyable English and Spanish lessons Share Mexican-American culture with Japanese Students Encourage language improvement and support

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20. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Tutor children individually or in small groups to help them master assignments and reinforce learning concepts presented by teachers.
  • Lead small groups of children in spontaneous learning activities including music time, story time, and technological media
  • Helped the teacher with activities as well as worked with students one-on-one and in small groups.
  • Teach small groups of level 3 students in reading, vocabulary, and speaking English.
  • Interact with students individually through play and in large and small groups.
  • Tutored small groups that maintained or excelled grades for continuous grading periods.
  • Organized small groups of children while transitioning to and from outdoor play.
  • Recess duties with students, working with students in small groups.
  • Worked with students individually as well as in small groups.
  • Supervised and lead small groups, snack time, recess.
  • Read books to entire classes or to small groups.
  • Plan activities, small groups-circle time.

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21. Team-Taught

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  • Worked in team-taught English classes and arranged cultural lessons and integration lessons which were featured in the town newspaper.
  • Planned and team-taught communicative English classes to Junior High School students in five villages.
  • Developed all lesson plans and team-taught in Oral Communication classes
  • Designed instruction and team-taught junior high and elementary school English classes emphasizing listening and speaking Created and conducted grade-level communication assessments
  • Worked independently to create bilingual lessons plans and team-taught interesting conversation and cross-cultural lessons.
  • Program Team-taught 25 English classes per week at 7 local schools, ranging from 1st to 9th grade.
  • Planned and team-taught several levels of English Communication classes at Komono High School and Kuwana Nishi High School.

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22. Public Schools

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Here's how Public Schools is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with local Board of Education on research and best practices for language and cultural development in public schools.
  • Organized English lessons at Japanese public schools at Junior High, Elementary, Kindergarten and Special Needs.
  • Balance the differing needs of public schools and a private company providing native teachers.
  • Make daily drop-off and pick-up trips for students at local private and public schools.
  • Collaborated on lesson planning, rubric development, & grading for 3 public schools.
  • Instructed English and cross-cultural education in public schools and community groups.
  • Worked at 6 public schools and 4 bi-monthly private classes in Tokushima, Japan.

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23. Conversation Classes

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Here's how Conversation Classes is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Advised adult conversation classes and translated documents for the municipality.
  • Facilitated English language and conversation classes.
  • Managed and taught three weekly English conversation classes.
  • Conducted bi-monthly Adult English conversation classes.

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24. Cultural Ambassador

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Here's how Cultural Ambassador is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Acted as a cultural ambassador to Japan performing grassroots internationalization.
  • Fulfilled the role of a cultural ambassador, exchanging cultural and language differences with students, teachers, and the community.
  • Served as a Cultural Ambassador for the district; collaborated with school district to plan events and participated in local festivals.
  • Created intercultural lessons for junior high school & adult conversation students in Japan; served as cultural ambassador
  • Worked as the language instructor and cultural ambassador in Japanese elementary and middle schools.
  • Acted as a Cultural Ambassador for the United States while living in Japan.
  • Acted as a cultural ambassador, encouraging friendship between Americans and Japanese.
  • Served as a cultural ambassador in a rural region of Japan.
  • Served as a cultural ambassador to the local and national community.
  • Acted as an informal cultural ambassador for the United States.
  • Act as cultural ambassador to a small rural community.
  • Assimilated with the Japanese culture and portrayed a positive image of the Americanlifestyle as a Cultural Ambassador
  • Served as English teacher and cultural ambassador to a junior high school of 800 students Guided and interpreted for international visitors
  • Created school materials and lesson plans -Participated in JET program as teacher and cultural ambassador

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25. Safe Environment

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Here's how Safe Environment is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Instructed and counseled on appropriate skills and behaviors and fostered a loving, caring, and safe environment for the youth.
  • Maintained a healthy and safe environment for the children and made sure that only permitted people came to visit the children.
  • Trained to ensure a safe environment for Toddlers and provide for their needs while the parents of the child are working.
  • Organize a pleasant, welcoming and safe environment for children and staff.
  • Show youth a healthy loving, caring, and safe environment.
  • Provide and foster a loving, caring, and safe environment.
  • Repaired and maintained classroom equipment to ensure a safe environment.
  • Maintained a safe environment for children to learn and develop.
  • Provided safe environment for academically and physically demanding activities .
  • Maintain a safe environment Observe and monitor children activities Assist in preparing and serving meals and refreshments to children.
  • Assist teachers in the classroom Provide a safe environment for the children Aid in good hygiene
  • Assist with learning activities Clean and maintain safe environment Caregiving duties such as feeding, changing and minor medical care Organizational duties

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26. International Exchange

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Here's how International Exchange is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Participated in international exchange and promotional activities, and supported English language advocacy within the Japanese school system.
  • Represented hometown community as a citizen ambassador, facilitating grassroots international exchange.
  • Engage in international exchange activities such at conversations clubs or international festivals.
  • Promoted international exchange through letter exchanges and student exchanges abroad.
  • Coordinated international exchange of language and culture.
  • Participated in an international exchange program.
  • Engaged in local international exchange activities.
  • Participated in the JET Program which aims to improve foreign language education and develop international exchange.
  • Led weekly adult, English conversation meetings and organized group events for international exchange.
  • Assisted foreign language teachers in English education & championed local and international exchanges.
  • Engaged in local international exchange activities as well as the Montana Homestay Program.
  • Provided training and information on language and other related subjects for Consultants and JTEs Served as the area International Exchange Ambassador

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  • Attended and presented training programs at the Hiroshima JET Program Orientation and at conferences in Tokyo and Kobe.
  • Worked as an Assistant Language Teacher for English at 5 schools within the Hachioji School District, in Tokyo, Japan.
  • VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE International Volunteer Group (IVG): Ueno, Tokyo, Japan.

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28. Staff Members

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  • Directed activities of professional and technical staff members.
  • Managed duty distribution and scheduling of 30 volunteer staff members for a 5-day summer camp with over 50 attendees in 2012.
  • Assist Teachers and other staff members with lessons in art, such as clay, drawing, and painting.
  • Participated in other functions and activities that were assigned by the teachers or other staff members.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons promoting learning and student engagement.

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29. Grade Level

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Here's how Grade Level is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Position included assistant teaching, occasionally leading classes and developing curriculum for English teaching at the preschool to 6th grade level
  • Developed Lesson plans and course materials with input and feedback shared by Japanese teachers that suited each grade level taught.
  • Prepared and taught total English review lessons for Junior High seventh through ninth grade levels including advanced supplemental activities.
  • Assisted in self contained classroom environment with mentally challenged students ranging from third to sixth grade levels.
  • Designed and established yearly academic curricula for middle school and high school grade levels.
  • Educated all three grade levels with an emphasis on spoken communication and writing skills.
  • Collaborated with 15 native teachers to teach English to grade levels 1-9.
  • Grade levels first through ninth.AccomplishmentsA second language is required learning for Japanese students, and that language is usually English.
  • Administered modified and regular Taks test annually for main stream students 2,3-4th grade levels.
  • Initiated and self-published monthly in-school magazine, Fidelis, featuring school-wide scavenger hunts and educational materials for all grade levels ofEnglish.
  • Full time) * Taught English to a wide variety of students ranging from pre-school to the 9th grade level.

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30. Social Development

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Here's how Social Development is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Supported children's emotional and social development by adapting communication tactics for differing client needs.
  • Supported children's emotional and social development, encouraging understanding of others and positive self-concepts
  • Develop individual educational plans designed to promote students' educational social development.
  • Created and organized activities to promote learning and social development
  • Implemented language, literacy and social development assessments
  • Created, filed and kept records of children's behaviors, learning development and social development.
  • Observe and evaluate students' performance, behavior, social development, and physical health.
  • Assist with the educational and social development of children.
  • Supported children's social development.

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31. City Board

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Here's how City Board is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Japan Exchange & Teaching (JET) Program - Nagasaki City Board of
  • Lead workshops and seminars in English and Japanese about English education at the Tokushima City Board of Education.

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32. Educational Activities

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Here's how Educational Activities is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared and implemented age-appropriate and developmental educational activities.
  • Planned and implemented developmentally appropriate educational activities.
  • Led foreign language/educational activities to promote international awareness in elementary schools.
  • Created and successfully implemented interactive educational activities.
  • Planned and executed educational activities.
  • Planned and led educational activities.
  • Organized social and educational activities for students and their families including sponsoring the Band Club.
  • Assisted children with meals, toileting, napping, play, and educational activities.
  • Planned and lead educational activities for the after school program.
  • Assist in the planning and implementing of educational activities.
  • Conducted educational activities for a wide range age of children -Encouraged children to play to better reach their developmental milestones.
  • Designed, coordinated, and maintained educational activities both through educational circles as well as freestyle fun.
  • Interact with all the children Complete educational activities with the children
  • Facilitated recreational activities Assisted in educational activities Provided customer service for parents/guardians -answered phones
  • Implemented educational activities under teacher supervision Food Preparation Sanitized Restrooms and Play Areas

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33. Phone Calls

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Here's how Phone Calls is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Update program data, youth files, manage phone calls, as well as other administrative duties.
  • Answer phone calls, forward calls, providing information, taking messages, or scheduling tours.
  • Answer, screen and forward any incoming phone calls while providing basic information when needed.
  • Attend to phone calls, ensure students are accounted for and manage payments from parents.
  • Attended training for certifications, answered phone calls, and light filing.
  • Frequent e-mails and phone calls to main company.
  • Perform general administrative tasks, such as taking attendance, editing internal paperwork, and making phone calls.
  • Nurse appointments/phone calls/phoning Rx's into pharmacy, etc.

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34. CPR

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Here's how CPR is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Certified in teaching the Boys Town social skills, nine step correction teaching model and CPR.
  • Certified in First Aid & CPR, currently WVSTARS participant.
  • Licensed in CPR and First Aid until 2014.
  • Received mandated reporter training and CPR/first aid training.
  • Maintain CT CHILD CARE FIRST AIDE/CPR Certification.
  • Engage in on-going training such as First Aid, CPR, and, Genuine Leadership Training, etc.

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35. Special Events

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Here's how Special Events is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Planned and implemented student-focused special events for foreign holidays and celebrations.
  • Planned and created themes for special events such as private birthday parties, and supervised children's indoor and outdoor activities.
  • Planned and executed special events, which included multinational guests, such as English Camp and International Day.
  • Organized special events (parent lunches, performances, etc) Accomplishments Started a newsletter for the school.
  • Expanded students' cultural awareness by planning special events, presentations, and activities.
  • Assisted the program director with special events for parents and students, upon request.
  • Assisted with school sports days and other special events.
  • Decorated the classroom for special events.

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36. Potty Training

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Here's how Potty Training is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared nutritional snacks and meals, created art activities, did reading and storytelling, played coordination/counting games and potty training.
  • Assist parents with potty training resources.
  • changed diapers and helped with potty training.
  • Assist Lead Teacher Maintain Classroom Control Help with Potty Training Made Copies Afternoon Review Greet Parents Maintain Control during Playground Time

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37. Patient Care

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38. Club Activities

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Here's how Club Activities is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Participate in extracurricular activities and club activities.
  • Facilitated English Club activities and enrichment.
  • Club activities, administrative meetings, planning, supervision in conjunction with schools, as well as service provider companies.
  • Engage with students outside of the classroom during club activities and free time to foster an interest in foreign cultures.
  • Organized and conducted weekly English Speaking Club activities.
  • Participated in club activities with students to develop students intercultural communication skills.

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39. Language Classes

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Here's how Language Classes is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitated conversational language classes for local adults.
  • Assisted Japanese teachers in the teaching of English language classes to provide the perspective and experiences of a native English speaker.
  • Conducted English language classes at four elementary schools and one junior high school in an underprivileged area of Kobe, Japan.
  • Conduct tag-team English Foreign Language classes with main subject teacher in Kindergarten, Elementary and Junior High setting.
  • Designed learning activities for use in English language classes at elementary schools.
  • Assist in foreign language classes taught in junior or senior high school.
  • Planned and implemented English language classes for classes 30-40 elementary school students.
  • Led English language classes of 30~40 students at local elementary schools.
  • Assisted 10 teachers to manage 100 foreign language classes.
  • Developed yearly curriculums for English language classes for grades 1~6.

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40. IEP

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Here's how IEP is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Prepare student education plans in consultation with parents and Individual Education Plan (IEP) team members.
  • Assisted with the implementation of the program as outlined in the IEP of each student.
  • Assist students on developing life skills and following students IEP plans in a residential setting.
  • Monitor student progress and participate in review and revision of IEP as appropriate.
  • Assist child with individual IEP goals and daily documents on IEP goals.
  • Learn about writing IEP goals, progress summaries and report cards.
  • Created lesson plans focusing on the IEP of the students.
  • Assist teacher in implementing IEP and help monitor students progress.
  • Collect data targeting student IEP goals through running discrete trials.
  • Attended IEP meetings for three students with ETR team
  • Participated and contributed in IEP meetings, goal writing, implementation and measurement of progress.
  • Assisted in the implementation of Independent Education Plans and IEP goals Certified in crisis management
  • Assist, prepare and maintain administrative records and IEP reports.
  • Adhered to student-specific IEPs and BSPs.

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41. Powerpoint

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Used Microsoft Word, Excel, & PowerPoint for constructing lesson plans, games, and presentations.
  • Incorporated Microsoft PowerPoint as a guide for students with disabilities as an interactive method of learning.
  • Utilized interactive teaching methods such as PowerPoint presentations and the daily maintenance of an online blog.
  • Utilized Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint to create presentations, quizzes, and worksheets.
  • Bolstered student interest through innovative use of PowerPoint and current pop culture.
  • Created classroom materials in Word and PowerPoint.
  • Generated Fair flyers and school reports using PowerPoint.
  • Plan interactive English lessons -Create worksheets -Create creative presentations using Microsoft Powerpoint

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42. Co-Taught

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Here's how Co-Taught is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Designed curriculum and activities or Junior High School Students, Co-taught English classes.

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43. Bulletin Boards

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Here's how Bulletin Boards is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Maintained several English themed bulletin boards
  • Completed paperwork associated with the classroom, attended staff meetings, and updated classroom bulletin boards weekly.
  • Prepared instruction materials, including making copies, constructing bulletin boards and setting up work areas.
  • Prepared lesson materials, bulletin boards, displayed exhibits, equipment, and demonstrations.
  • Prepared bulletin boards and displays.
  • Organize and update bulletin boards.
  • Designed monthly themes and student projects for the schools English bulletin boards.

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44. at-Risk Youth

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Here's how at-Risk Youth is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Tutored local at-risk youth at Phelps Helps, a grass-roots tutoring program providing free of charge to local high school students.
  • Work with 4 residential homes with At-Risk youth between the ages of 10-17.
  • Teach social skills and provide care to at-risk youth.
  • Provide direct care for at-risk youth.
  • Provide direct care for 4-6 at-risk youth in a safe and caring family-style livingenvironment.
  • Assisted family teachers in the operation of a group home for at-risk youths.

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45. Different Schools

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Here's how Different Schools is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Attend lessons of teacher in different schools and towns to help critique them, and improve own teaching style.
  • Traveled within Kagoshima to eight different schools to assist with English education efforts.
  • Participated in production of print and promotional items for different schools and Board of
  • Balanced multiple lesson plans for different schools and student learning level requirements.
  • Created multiple lesson plans for five different schools on a daily basis.
  • Worked with many different schools at the same time juggling different goals and teaching styles to match the schools worked in.
  • Managed a multi-school schedule where I traveled to 5 different schools assigned for different days of the week.
  • Instructed English at 11 different schools and facilitated various cultural understanding activities for Isen town.
  • Worked at several different schools (elementary, jr. high, & special education).

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46. Educational Development

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Here's how Educational Development is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Assist in providing moral, spiritual, and educational development in the youth through teaching and counseling appropriate skills and behaviors.
  • Provide moral, spiritual, educational development for at risk youth assigned to residential programs.
  • Model moral, spiritual, and educational development for youth.
  • provide youth with moral, spiritual, and educational development needed for future success.

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47. Language Instruction

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Here's how Language Instruction is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted in English language instruction at a junior high school as part of the Japan Exchange and Teaching Program.
  • Assisted with English-language instruction at public schools as part of a program run by the Japanese Education Ministry.
  • Lead, planned, and implemented English language instruction for a special needs class once a week.
  • Provided English language instruction to over 800 senior high school students through classroom instruction and after-school tutoring.
  • Provided English language instruction to first and second year high school students focusing on oral communication.
  • Assist a Japanese Teacher of English in the English language instruction of Japanese high school students.
  • Provided English language instruction for grades 1 - 6 in a Japanese elementary school.
  • Created curriculum for interactive English language instruction with the Board of Education.
  • Provide English language instruction to 30 beginner English speaking adult students.
  • Provided English language instruction to elementary, middle school and adult students
  • Coordinated foreign language instruction at the junior high school level.
  • Assisted in English language instruction at a junior high school.
  • Provided English language instruction at two junior high schools.
  • Provided English Language instruction for Itsuki Junior High School, Elementary School Created English video lessons to supplement the Japanese student curriculum
  • Provided English language instruction and international relations to the Saga Prefectural BOE in Japan on behalf of the JET Programme.

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48. Speech Competitions

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Here's how Speech Competitions is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted in classroom duties, speech guidance, and English speech competitions in Japan.
  • Coached and advised students in order to compete in English Speech Competitions.
  • Coached individual students for speech competitions and helped with special projects.
  • Helped students prepare for and judged English language speech competitions.
  • Prepared students for speech competitions and proficiency tests.
  • Coached and prepared students to enter English speech competitions
  • Coached students for speech competitions and interviews.
  • Mentored individual students to achieve performance goals in Eiken English proficiency testing and English speech competitions.
  • Coached winning students who competed in interschool English speech competitions.
  • Developed lesson plans Taught English as a foreign language (grades 7-9) Coached and judged English speech competitions

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49. Family Style

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Here's how Family Style is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Monitored 8 youths facilitated by Family Court and Administration of Children Services in family style living arrangements.
  • Direct care for 6-8 at-risk youth in family style living environment.
  • Provide a family style environment for each child's treatment.
  • Provide intensive behavior modification program in a family style environment; maintain appropriate documentation, including treatment plans.
  • Job Description: provide direct care for 6-8 at-risk youth through creating a safe and loving family style living environment.

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50. Homework Assignments

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Here's how Homework Assignments is used in Assistant Language Teacher jobs:
  • Distributed tests and homework assignments.
  • Designed and implemented ESL lesson plans, activities and homework assignments; corrected and logged grades for students in grades 1-9.
  • Graded exams, class work, and homework assignments; in addition proofread essays and speeches.
  • Reviewed and corrected homework assignments, quizzes and tests and offered feedback and coaching to students.
  • Provided translation to teacher with regard to homework assignments, progress memos and student hand outs.
  • Distribute tests and homework assignments, and collect them when they are completed.
  • Prepare course materials such as activities, homework assignments, and handouts.
  • Assisted with the after school children s homework assignments.
  • Assigned homework assignments and quizzes and wrote corresponding keys.
  • Helped the children with their homework assignments from school.
  • Helped children complete homework assignments and school projects.
  • Proofread and corrected homework assignments and exams.
  • Graded tests and homework assignments.
  • Graded exams and homework assignments in a timely manner to maximize student understanding.

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20 Most Common Skills For An Assistant Language Teacher

Lesson Plans

21.4%

Class Activities

18.9%

Language Curriculum

11.2%

High Schools

5.4%

OLD Children

5.1%

Elementary Schools

4.8%

Speech Contests

3.7%

Assistant Teacher

3.4%

Special Needs

3.2%

Cultural Exchange Programs

2.8%

Classroom Management

2.8%

ALT

2.6%

Spanish Language

2.5%

Art Projects

2.1%

Daily Activities

2.0%

Recreational Activities

1.9%

ESL

1.6%

Mathematics

1.6%

American Culture

1.5%

Small Groups

1.4%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An Assistant Language Teacher

Rank Skill
1 Lesson Plans 17.4%
2 Class Activities 15.4%
3 Language Curriculum 9.2%
4 High Schools 4.4%
5 OLD Children 4.2%
6 Elementary Schools 3.9%
7 Speech Contests 3.0%
8 Assistant Teacher 2.8%
9 Special Needs 2.6%
10 Cultural Exchange Programs 2.3%
11 Classroom Management 2.3%
12 ALT 2.1%
13 Spanish Language 2.1%
14 Art Projects 1.7%
15 Daily Activities 1.6%
16 Recreational Activities 1.5%
17 ESL 1.3%
18 Mathematics 1.3%
19 American Culture 1.2%
20 Small Groups 1.2%
21 Team-Taught 1.0%
22 Public Schools 1.0%
23 Conversation Classes 0.9%
24 Cultural Ambassador 0.9%
25 Safe Environment 0.8%
26 International Exchange 0.7%
27 Tokyo 0.7%
28 Staff Members 0.7%
29 Grade Level 0.7%
30 Social Development 0.6%
31 City Board 0.6%
32 Educational Activities 0.6%
33 Phone Calls 0.6%
34 CPR 0.6%
35 Special Events 0.6%
36 Potty Training 0.6%
37 Patient Care 0.5%
38 Club Activities 0.5%
39 Language Classes 0.5%
40 IEP 0.5%
41 Powerpoint 0.5%
42 Co-Taught 0.5%
43 Bulletin Boards 0.5%
44 at-Risk Youth 0.5%
45 Different Schools 0.5%
46 Educational Development 0.5%
47 Language Instruction 0.5%
48 Speech Competitions 0.4%
49 Family Style 0.4%
50 Homework Assignments 0.4%
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