Their food consumed by the Japanese is very good for health. I am interested in Japanese kanji, psychology and teaching. I have some interest in computers, music, reading, sports and skiing. In Japan, I am actively engaged in teaching English to children and adults. I have been a pedagogue for the past four years.
Teaching English has proved to be my true vocation in life, and I find this activity extremely satisfying. In addition, my pupils and their parents have depicted keen interest and satisfaction with my work.
This overwhelming response from my students and their parents motivated me to better my knowledge and teaching skills. Consequently, I made a thorough search of the various courses offered by the different universities. My location in Japan compelled me to seek out a distance education programme. Due to my personal commitments, it is imperative that I teach in school. Therefore, it is well nigh impossible for me to undertake scholastic studies, as a day scholar. This proved to be a further inducement to undertake a distance education program.
Teaching is a noble profession, and every teacher has the golden opportunity of moulding the future citizens of the world. A good teacher can definitely improve the society of the future, and an exemplary teacher can certainly engender momentous transformation.
My efforts to improve my professional status bore fruit, and I came across the Distance Education Programme of the London University. This programme, with a one and a half century vintage, is not only the oldest but indisputably the best in its genre, in the world. Accordingly, I decided upon undertaking the Diploma in English course at this veritably venerable university. This course teaches the analysis and comprehension of intricate literary passages and works, dating from the middle ages to the present.