Job For Reliable EFL Teachers in Turkey

Date posted:2016-08-10 | Writer: One World Language Academy | Email: [email protected]

One World Language Academy is an independent language school based in central Istanbul, currently looking for reliable and experienced native level EFL teachers to help us with all kinds of ESL work all over town. We are all former English teachers and have been running our school since 2009. The majority of the work we do involves providing private one-on-one lessons for local people looking to improve their English. We teach all ages, levels, and needs, including general English, grammar, kids, business English and test preparation. We operate out of two offices, one off Taksim Square in the downtown of the European side of the city and another in Kadikoy, a main hub on the Asian side.

We're looking for energetic, outgoing tecahers who have a good understanding of English grammar and experience of teaching anything from toddlers to corporates. We have a few other areas of work too, and would be happy to talk to you about other ways you might be able to earn a living here, doing editing work, translating and transcribing. We also teach Spanish, French, German, Russian and others.

Full time teachers can expect to earn over 6,000 TL per month, not including end-of-contract bonus.

If you are interested, please send a CV to the email address given on the job heading, and make sure to let us know when and for how long you are likely to be available.      


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 contains a good reminder of some basic concepts from the general TEFL course, as well as how those concepts apply to the specific scenario of teaching young learners. Further, the broad concept of \"young learners\" is subdivided into 2 groups: 5-9 and 9-13. The differences in their abilities and preferences are explained and recommendations to cope with these differences given.This unit is a good base and guide for us who wish to teach students as effectively and properly, knowing what role to take in certain situations will greatly affect how we can teach and approach students of different ages and levels of knowledge. Learning that it takes more than just teaching but also motivating, assisting and becoming the foundation to where their English studies begin.