1. Why did you decide to become an English teacher?
Because I could not think of any job as important to society as teaching. For me, interacting with children is one of the most wonderful things ever. Be it on educational grounds or recreational activities, it’s such a lot of way more fun developing with children. I love to encourage them to be bilingual speakers.
2. Your experience of overcoming trials and difficulties
I develop my personality to always be positive and don’t be afraid to fail. I have had uncountable failures in my whole life however I always put ‘do not give up easily’ on my mind and bounce back to recover quickly from any other difficulties. Back then when I did not pass the Japanese Language Proficiency Test or was rejected from the job which I applied to, I never surrendered. I reflected on my lack and inadequacy, arranged some plans to overcome them, and executed without any hesitation. I do believe the great result will come for those who put an effort and gratitude towards life.
3. What is your dream?
I dreamed of a fulfilling challenge to stimulate the next generations to become lifelong English learners and Bilingual speakers with great attitude and personality. Furthermore, if someday I have already had a capability, one of my biggest dreams is to build my own English school in my country which is aimed at every kid or every one who has a vision to learn English wholeheartedly.
4. What is the best thing about taking your lessons?
We can develop and improve together by trusting each other to gain the ability to communicate with the language itself and build a strong bond between us afterwards.
5. What are the benefits of getting to know you?
Anyone who had been knowing me pretty well said that in terms of making someone amused, I was one of a kind. And also, in spite of my weakness, I have a willingness to assist a team member with their duties in need.
6. Business mission
I wish to help the school to grow to be one of the best and well-known English schools for its dedication to maintain the quality of raising bilingual children delivered with understanding, thoughtfulness, and empathy.
7. Qualifications, achievements, overseas experience, etc.
To be honest I don’t have any qualifications yet to be a professional English Teacher, but I have a huge desire to absorb and gain knowledge from other Sunny Bunny teachers in order to develop my own skills through the upcoming teaching experience and achieve my goals to become a professional teacher as soon as possible.
8. Please write a message to parents and students in Japanese.