Full time teacher required to teach English in Istanbul, Turkey

Date posted:2002-10-01 | Writer: Berlitz Language Centre | Email: [email protected]

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

Teachers who have:
- B.A. in TEFL
- 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
- Able to sign at least a-year-contract
- Basic computer skills are welcome

We offer:
- Salary USD 800-1250 and up depending on qualifications and other experience.
- Work permit
- National health insurance
- Accomodation can be provided

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

If interested please fill out the application form 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.


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

This Berlitz Language Center is independently owned and operated by AYKO, Ltd

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.


This unit was about modals, passive voice, and verb phrases. From an American standpoint, I disagree with the level of certainty proposed for must and may. I feel they both have stronger certainty than what is listed. I found passive voice exceptionally easy due to its emphasis in my schooling. Verb phrases were not something I have thought too much about before, so it was interesting to note the rules I did not realize were there.This unit gave an overview of how to teach receptive skills. These skills are reading and listening. These skills are equally important in order for students to be fluent and proficient in a foreign language. A balance of both is key. My main takeaway was the example lesson on Elvis. I think the structure and outline of activities gave me some ideas of how I can teach receptive sills in my own classroom in an engaging and rigorous way.