Teach EFL in Turkey

Date posted:2006-12-07 | Writer: Wall Street Institute | Email: [email protected]

 

The Wall Street Institute of English - Turkey is currently looking for teachers for some of our branches. We are looking for full or part-time native speakers of English. Ideally, applicants would currently be living in Turkey or would be planning on relocating here very soon.

Our teaching conditions are as follows:

1 year contract
1450-1550 YTL monthly wage
100-120 YTL food allowance
1 month contract completion bonus
1 month's holiday allowed (paid as bonus)
Public holidays paid
1 day off each week
Half of all visa costs paid

The one major requirement we have is that applicants are either well qualified or experienced. Our students are professional adults and often academics themselves and we therefore require teachers that are serious about doing a good job and want to be respected for classroom skills and subject knowledge.

Please send all applications to the address below

Richard Ohearn

National Service Manager
[email protected]

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.

 

Unit 16 exposed me to conditional and reported speech. Four main conditional clause was discussed which includes, zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third condtional and mixed conditional clauses. The second part of this lesson exposed me to direct speech and reported speeches. I have learnt that in each case students sgould be exposed to it gradually and carefully as it sounds a bit confusing.Within this lesson, we learned about future tenses in the English language. We learned about concepts such as future simple, future continuous and miscellaneous future tenses. In this lesson, examples were given for each tense and the lesson resembles the ones directly from the TEFL course regarding the past and present tenses. The lesson focuses heavily in sentences and sentence structures related to future tenses.


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