Teach English in Bursa, Turkey

Date posted:2005-10-26 | Writer: UKLA Academy - Language Scool | Email: [email protected]

Start Date: 28.11.2005 & 01.02.2006
Wages per month in local currency: 1300 - 1600 YTL
Experience Required: Yes
Education Level Required: Graduate level
Required native language: English
ESL Certificate Required?: Required
Hours per week: 20+
Age of students: Adults
Contact Person: Canan Demir
School Name: UKLA Academy - Language School
School Location (city): Bursa
School Website: Contact us

UKLA Academy is looking for experienced native ELT teachers with university degrees and recognized TEFL qualifications (CELTA or equivalent) to teach General English, TOEFL, Business English and Conversational English to individual and company groups. Experience outside of the English teaching field is an advantage. We are offering full time positions (approximately 25 hours per week) to teach a variety of levels. The suitable candidate should be energetic, self-motivated, flexible, and able to work as part of a team. He or she will receive the following:
- Orientation
- Basic Turkish lessons
- A furnished, shared apartment
- A competitive, local salary based on experience
- Continued developmental support

If you are interested please send us your resume attaching a passport photo and a reference letter.

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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 have learned a lot in this unit. When teaching future tenses to students, it is expected that a lot of students can get confused with the difference between and importance of each tense. Thus as an EFL teacher, it is vital to organize the lessons well in a way that students will be able to appreciate and use readily. I took note of all of the topics in this unit, because the lesson material is concise and comprehensible.This unit is about receptive skills which I find very interesting, I never knew that reading and listening go hand in hand, they are both important, when you ready you have to listen to what you are reading. It is a great skill to be able to read and listen to what you are reading at the same time. Teaching students to read and listen at the same time is very important because the students will be to understand the lesson.