Energetic Teacher Wanted to Teach EFL in Turkey - Istanbul (2)

Date posted:2004-11-15 | Writer: Interlang | Email: [email protected]

Interlang, one of Istanbul's leading private language schools, requires a number of qualified EFL teachers for its current and new branches, plus a Director of Studies for a new branch to open later this year.
- Mainly General English to adults, plus some company and private students.
- Regular teacher development programme with experienced trainers.
- Good resources & friendly, supportive environment.
- Competitive hourly-rate salary, dollar relocation allowance, and dollar bonus (according to contract length).
- Free accommodation where available or rent-allowance.
EFL teachers must have both a CELTA (or equivalent) and a university degree.
Director of Studies must also have a DELTA and 5 years' post-CELTA experience. Teacher training experience an advantage.

Apply with CV to Liz Aykanat, General Director of Studies at [email protected] , or by fax to 90 212 543 5382, telephone 90 212 543 5797.


Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


In general the unit was a very quick revision of the past tense. It covered how to form all tenses of the past past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. It also covered errors that students commonly make with the tense and samples of activate state teaching ideas. As usual i always i prefer like the most in tenses units the activities samples. But, it was an easy to study unit and i liked it.I felt like, on this unit, I started learning more about how it is like to be a teacher in real. By learning how I can get students to engage, study, and activate, it made me imagine how I am going to apply these rules in real life teaching. There were also some certain examples of ESA lessons, such as, Straight arrow, Boomerang, and Patchwork. I got to go over those examples again to make sure to get used to it first to apply.