Dispatch Teaching

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Dispatch Teaching

Age Range: 0-12 Years Old

Our dispatch division began with our company in 2006. Since then, we have grown this ILH learning network to reach nearly 200 schools.

We partner with local nursery schools here in Japan and send ILH-trained teachers to conduct short classes in English. Our teachers come from all over the world, so dispatch students can learn about different cultures, customs, and places while learning the English language at the same time!

Our classes are held in English but teach much more than just the English language. Each month, we focus on different cultures and concepts from the natural world. We offer a wide variety of different dispatch packages and even a FREE TRIAL 💥

World Culture and Sustainability Program

The ILH program for 2021 is called “World Culture and Sustainability Program”.
For this year’s program, we will take a look at new countries and cultures to learn the different types of lives that people lead. While exploring these different countries, we will also look at the continents they come from to find some similarities between different cultures. In addition to our world culture program, we will dive into some of the sustainable development goals established by the United Nations to teach our students how to create a better future for everyone.



For the first month in our program, we will dive into one of the oldest civilizations in the world; Ancient Egypt. We will learn about the different practices and architectural advancements made by these ancient people, listen to some Egyptian style melodies, and learn to dance like mummies! We will also take a look at gender and how it impacts everyday life. Our goal is to open the minds of our students to gender equality. We are all the same, regardless of gender.

Gender Equality


South Africa

For our second and final month learning about Africa, we will go to the opposite end of the continent and look at South Africa. We’ll learn about the mbabe style of song and more traditional African dancing. We will also use this month to look back at Egypt and compare and contrast the different nations of Africa. For our sustainable development goal, we’ll learn about the importance of a quality education. We’ll see what it means to have the resources to receive a proper education, and look at ways we can help those who aren’t as fortunate.

Quality Education



This month will be our first month exploring Europe for this year’s program. We will start the trip off in Greece, a country well known for its ancient history. We will take a look at the ancient Greek empire as well as the modern day culture of Greece. For our sustainable development goal, we will look at affordable and clean energies. We will take some time to learn about the damage that non-clean energy can cause and what we can do to prevent more damage.

Affordable & Clean Energy



As we continue our tour through Europe, we will use this month to take a look at all that Italy has to offer. From their delicious cuisine to their legendary architecture, we will learn about the major influences that Italy has had on the whole world. We will also be taking a look at the climate of our planet. This is one of the most dangerous issues facing life as we know it, and we will go over some of what we can do to help limit and even reduce the damage caused to our ozone layer.

Climate Action



This month, we will explore the culture of Spain. We will learn about the music, sports, and traditions that are connected to this beautiful land. We will also continue to compare the countries of Europe to see what aspects occur throughout the continent, and which are solely associated with the country of the month. For our Sustainable development goal, we will take a look at the animal life on land, and see some of the ways that their habitats are in danger and what we can do to help them.

Life on Land



This month’s culture is quite different from the other countries we have seen so far. This is because we will be going over the culture from Switzerland, a country that has several different regions, all with their own unique culture. We will look at all of the different cultures that the country has, as well as some of the customs and specialties that the nation has to offer. Our sustainable development goal for the month will expand on last month’s by extending our concern for animal safety to those that live below water. We will explore sea creatures, how their habitats are affected by the current world, and what we can do to help them.

Life Below Water



As we continue to travel through Europe, we will use this month to explore Germany’s famous festival, Oktoberfest, as well as other important cultural aspects of the country. We will dance to traditional German folk music as well as have our own little Octoberfest celebration. There will not be any sustainable development goal for this month because we will spend our time learning about and celebrating Halloween. We will also learn about the different types of costumes and traditions that come with the holiday.




For our final month studying our European countries, we will take time to explore Ireland. We will look at the beautiful landmarks that it is known for as well as the folklore commonly associated with the nation. As the final month for our Europe segment, we will take one final look at all of the countries that we’ve learned about to compare and contrast. For our sustainable development goal, we will be focusing on our own good health and well being. We will talk about keeping a healthy diet and proper exercise to keep a healthy body and mind.

Good Health & Well Being



December will not have any world culture or sustainable development goal as its primary focus. Instead, we will be dedicating the entire month to Christmas lessons and games. We’ll sing and dance to some classic christmas songs as well as some original ILH songs. We will end the month with our favorite holiday games and activities.




This month, we move our world culture program over to the continent of Asia. The first country we will dive into is Russia. We will examine the unique architecture, brittle weather, unique animal life, and the powerful songs and dances that come from the nation. Our sustainable development goal focuses on creating peace, justice, and strong institutions. This means that we will learn the importance of peace, and what we can do to reach for it. We will discuss poverty, and the types of strong institutions that can help minimize, or even eliminate the issue.

Peace, Justice, & Strong Institutions



Moving onto our second country in our Asia segment, we are now going to focus on China. We will explore this country’s rich and ancient history as one of the oldest dynasties in existence. We will learn about the Chinese New Year celebration, famous landmarks, as well as some everyday cultural elements of the nation. Our sustainable development goal this month will teach us about the importance of clean water and sanitation. We will learn about both polluted water and air and the methods we can use to both minimize our negative impact for a cleaner future.

Clean Water and Sanitation



The final country we will be looking at for this segment, as well as this year’s program, is South Korea. We will go over their pop culture that has taken the world by storm, as well as their every day customs and traditions. As the final month of the segment, we will also be comparing and contrasting the cultures of our Asian countries. For our sustainable development goal, we will focus on reducing inequalities that come from judgements or prejudices regarding race, gender, sexuality, or skin color.

Reduce Inequalities

⭐   Yearly Goals   ⭐

1-2 Years Old

Convey basic sensibilities to students. Gives preschoolers the opportunity to see and experience simple and fun lessons in English, encourages them and arouses their interest in the subject matter and language discussed.

3 Years Old

We aim to put much more emphasis on the English element of this age group than 1-2 year old students. There is a greater focus on simple and fun activities, but their English will definitely be tested with songs and vocabulary.

4-5 Years Old & Afterschool

The oldest group wants students to speak English cohesively and discuss the topic at hand using the full text. I hope that the challenge of crafting in this group will stimulate their creative spirit.