I've been teaching English through Skype for years and now have 12 students. I usually focus on conversation, grammar, idioms, and pronunciation. I've noticed that students learn best if they are having fun and taking responsibility for what we do in lessons. I am fairly fluent in Japanese, so I can help translate anything.
Hi. I've taught English to Japanese people for almost 10 years now and I generally know how they think and understand what mistakes they are likely to make. I am now pretty fluent in Japanese, so I can translate phrases that are typically hard to say for people.
In my experience, students learn best when they are enjoying lessons and take responsibility for their own learning. I really enjoy helping to guide students to improve the way they study and the way they speak.
I also love teaching natural English phrases and pronunciation which doesn't usually get covered in Japanese schools, but is so important to understanding people in everyday life.