Teach EFL in Istanbul, Turkey

Date posted:2006-11-21 | Writer: EF English First | Email: [email protected]

Summary: CELTA/TESOL qualified experienced full-time English teachers required for the remainder of the academic year for 4 branches in Istanbul.

Details: Due to continued expansion Istanbul's leading quality language school is looking to recruit one or two more full-time English teachers for the remainder of the academic year. 6 and 9-month contracts are available beginning in December and January. Contracts are based on 100 teaching hours a month. We run general and business English classes for adults in-school/in company, groups and one-to-ones, with some YL classes. Excellent opportunities for professional and career development. Financial support for those considering doing the DELTA.

Qualifications: Applicants MUST have the following: CELTA or TESOL certificate (min 120 hour course + observed teaching practice) University degree Be flexible, reliable, serious about TEFL and have a positive, professional outlook Native English speakers and CELTA/TESOL-qualified Turkish Nationals are welcome to apply.

Interested applicants with ALL the above requirements should apply WITH A PHOTO to the Academic Manager Michael Hardern: Contact us

Compensation: Monthly salary of 1,500-1,900 YTL according to number of years post-CELTA experience and qualifications 150-200 YTL monthly accommodation allowance Flight allowance Monthly meal tickets Free Turkish classes School helps to find suitable accommodation, either in school lodgements, shared flats or with our Turkish students, depending on preference. One week stay in hotel paid for upon arrival. Excellent private health insurance package subsidised by school.

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.


In unit five I learned about different activities that can be used when teaching younger students. These include music, games, stories, arts and crafts, and activities related to seasonal events and holidays. Each activity can be used in various ways to help the students understand some component of the english language. Each activity has to be considered for use based upon how effectively it will teach the students.In unit fifteen I learned about the different testing and evaluation techniques used inside of learning centers. This includes placement tests, then diagnostic tests, progress tests, and practice tests. These tests are usually all in preparation for the students external exam which they of course want to preform well in. I also learned about the different Cambridge examinations given through their assessment program.