Female TEFL Teachers Required in Istanbul, Turkey

Date posted:2008-09-02 | Writer: Dilko (Avcilar branch) | Email: [email protected]

We are looking for two female English teachers for a branch of a well established language course (Dilko) in Istanbul. The positions are due to start in mid September. We have mainly adult students as well as children. We will provide a shared flat. The salary is about 2000 Turkish Liras ($1700) per month for 25 lessons a week. (Extra payment for additional teaching hours.)
• Age: 25-40
• Nationality: Native-speakers from USA, Australia, Canada, England, New Zealand only.
• Bachelor degree plus TESOL / TEFL / CELTA certification

If interested, please e-mail your detailed resume with a recent photo and certificate copies to the address given on the job heading page.

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.


It's easy to forget ( I totally forgot) that intonation plays an role in the English language. As a native English speaker, I feel it's easy for us to dismiss the importance as we somewhat use intonation subconsciously. I found the stress example with the sentence \"He didn't mean to kick that dog\" interesting as the different stress words can change the meaning of the entire sentence. Very interesting lesson.I have always thought that having a strong grammatical knowledge is essential for teachers. It is certainly a MUST to manage the language correctly if we pretend to teach it to someone else. I also understand that we don't have to know every single detail, but it is our job to train ourselves, search for information we might not know. In other words, we must be well-prepared for every lesson we intend to teach.