Teach English in Turkey (6)

Date posted:2013-06-13 | Writer: English Home International Language School | Email: [email protected]

English Home International Language School in Adana, Turkey, is the number one language school in southeastern Turkey. To complete our recent expansion, we are seeking full-time native level EFL teachers for our summer and fall semester contract, beginning July 1, 2013. English Home offers courses to all levels of students from primary through to adult including English for Specific Purposes, Business English and test preparation courses. In addition, we are a licensed TOEFL iBT test center. Our classrooms are the best in the region, equipped with computers, overhead projectors, whiteboards (and in some classes, SMARTBoard) and internet connections.

We offer: 
• a twelvemonth contract with competitive salary 
• shared accommodation 
• national insurance 
• visas and work permit 
• flight assistance 
• Turkish paid holidays 
• one week paid vacation

We require: 
• a university degree 
• a recognized TEFL certificate 
• only native level English teachers from a native English speaking country 
• an energetic, people-oriented and positive attitude 
• an out-going and enthusiastic personality 
• teachers who understand and utilize the communicative approach 
• proficiency in MS PowerPoint and Word

If you meet the above requirements, please forward a copy of your CV with a photo to the email address given on the job heading.

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 covered the modals in more details and also the phrasal verbs and passive voice. I found the phrasal verbs quite hard to understand and will need to to more study on this as I struggle to see the difference between the 3 different types. For the passive voice, I feel as long as you can remember what tense is being used, then it is easy to change the sentence from active to passive voice.Writing and speaking are both important and can be integrated in teaching and learning with careful planning. Activities should be so planned that it creates needs, desires, purposes for students to write and speak. As always, teachers should be able to predict what students may bring to the activities and what possible problems they may encounter so that teachers can provide supports to students.