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You can call me an English teacher or tutor, but I call myself an English coach — 指導者 

I have been teaching ESL — English as a Subsequent Language — for 30 years and exclusively to Japanese students for the last 20 years.
(I have also taught students from Korea, Mongolia, China, Taiwan, Thailand, Mexico, Peru, Brazil, Congo, C.A.R, Burundi, Egypt, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, U.A.R., Kazakhstan, Russia, Norway, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, France, and Spain )

From 2000 to 2009 I ran my own school in Owariasahi-shi JAPAN.
Now I live in the Chihuahua El_Paso's baseball team mascot Desert, in a suburb of Juarez, Mexico called El_Paso,
which belongs in the U.S. state of NewMexico N.M.flag with ZiaIndian Sun-Symbol
but thru an accident of history is legally part of that big state (which shall not be named here) to its east in a different timezone
Thank You, Daily McHugher bad hair even in 1950

a few of the books we use
If you need grammar exercises,
the classic Azar books work well.
And I am quite familiar with them
                          
Most of my students like biographies
written for elementary pupils, like
in this “WHO WAS” series
 
But I challenge them to also
read high school level biographies,
such as from this “Sterling” series
 
For variety, some students
like to read science/nature books,
e.g. this “Eyewitness” series
 
We also use online sources like Wikipedia or like Garden of Praise / Kid's Bios or periodicals like the WSJ