Energetic Teacher Wanted to Teach TEFL in Istanbul, Turkey

Date posted:2005-01-07 | Writer: Berlitz Language Center | Email: [email protected]



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Berlitz Language Center, Istanbul is looking for qualified NATIVE SPEAKING English instructors for full-time positions.



Teachers who have:
- B.A in various fields, especially in Law, Business and Finance, Economics


with a TEFL or CELTA certificate
- At least two years of experience in teaching adults, preferrably overseas
are welcome.

We offer:

- Salary USD 1000-1250 and up depending on qualifications and experience.
- Work permit
- National health insurance
- Free Accomodation


Basic Duties:

Teachers will be responsible for preparation, delivery and evaluation of English language courses using the Berlitz Method. He/she will attend the monthly staff meetings and prepare detailed Student Progress Reports. Coursebooks, teaching resources and supplementary materials are provided.

For additional information please visit our web site at Contact us

Fax or send via e-mail copy of your passport, diploma, transcript, TESL or CELTA certificate and names and e-mail addresses of your references.

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Call or send your resume/cv to
BERLITZ LANGUAGE CENTER
Phone: (0212) 293 7400 Fax: 293 7699 e-mail: [email protected]

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.

 

Unit 13 is primarily focused on teaching pronunciation and phonology. This was very mind opening chapter for it showed the complex patterns one must go through in order to really learn how to speak the language. Stressed syllables are very important in how you speak english, almost like a modifier in other languages. It can be a daunting task, but through repetition one can easily pick up on what words to stress in a sentence.Teaching the receptive skills of reading and listening is dealt with in Unit 11. The point is made that when we read the \"text is captured on paper\" which allows us to think about it. However, when we listen we have no time to think about the language. Guidelines are given on how to be effective in having students read and listen to a new language. The Engage, Study, Activate method is once again employed as a teaching tool.


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