Enthusiastic teacher wanted to teach English in Istanbul, Turkey

Date posted:2004-02-20 | Writer: Avrupa Dilleri Language School | Email: [email protected]

Our students benefit from a high quality of teaching within a caring and friendly learning environment.It is located in the most exciting and best part of Istanbul, assuring the most enjoyable experience that you may have.

The applicants must hold the following:
1.BA degree
2.Teaching certificate(s)(TEFL or/and CELTA)

* Salary USD 900-1200 depending on qualifications and experience
* Full-time, 40 hrs/week (25 teaching hours).
* The taecher will have a paid vacation days(at least 2 weeks)
* Accomodation can also be provided
* Turkish lessons on request
* Health insurance is provided

Apply by mail, fax or e-mail with CV/resume with your picture for more information. Please be sure to include a copy of your current resume with ALL inquiries.
Avrupa Dilleri
Bagdat Caddesi No:385 Kat:3-4
Saskinbakkal, Istanbul-TURKEY
Contact us
Telephone: +(90) 216 360 7007
Fax:+(90) 216 467 6443
Contact Person: Mr.Bulent ›mirzal´´o?lu
Email: [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.


With the development of technology,our classroom has more and more equipments to help teachers to have a better lesson.Take good use of the aids,students will always focus on the lesson and feel lots of fun.But teachers need to prepare the tools they need before the lesson starts,or it can make the lesson in a mass.Before teachers only need the lesson plan about the course,now they need more plans to make sure the lesson runs well.This unit helped me break down the three basic types of information that I will be conveying in the classroom: vocabulary, grammar, and language functions. It demonstrated to me the most important building blocks that must be achieved when teaching these topics, and how I should cater my lesson plans to those in my class. The unit also gave me concrete suggestions and ideas for how I might introduce the material into the classroom.