Regular Openings For EFL Teachers in Turkey

Date posted:2012-02-27 | Writer: English First Language Course | Email: [email protected]

English First Language Course has regular opportunities for TEFL qualified teachers in the heart of Diyarbakir, a city with a population of roughly 1.5 million people. Teaching contracts are for at least 9 months or a year long, depending on the arrival time of the teacher(s). Benefits include a salary of between $1,100-1,300 for 100 hours a month, plus extra money for extra hours. Cost of living here is very low, so teachers can save much more money than they can in other cities in Turkey. Other benefits include accommodation, health insurance and one-way flight ticket. Currently, we are particularly looking for female American English speaking teachers.

For more information, and to apply, contact Aziz Aydin at the e-mail address given on the job heading.

Aziz Korkmaz AYDIN
English First Language Course,Turkey
Ofis Sair Sirri Hanim Sok.
Kelebek Apt. A Blok 1/2
21100, Yenisehir/Diyarbakir

Phone: +90 505 7767816

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.

 

I never realized that lesson plans could sound as if the lessons are more fixed from the teachers. Learning that teachers need to be flexable and responding to the need of the class. I could learn from this lesson that although we can write down the formal olans for the class, but keeping it simple and checking for balance of skills and being organized can help to follow on a samplelesson form later.This unit covers all matters concerning language textbooks. It gives an overview of advantages and disadvantages of using a textbook in class for students to learn English. The bottom line seems to be that textbooks are good to use but usually need to be complemented so it is better to use them carefully. Also, this unit covers all aspects to consider and look out to pick out the appropriate textbook.

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