TEFL in Diyarbakir, Turkey

Date posted:2004-04-21 | Writer: Akademi Ltd. | Email: [email protected]

Most modern language school in Turkey since 1985. Diyarbakir is a pleasant city of 1,300,000 people with a university population of approximately 20, 000 students. The school is located in a choice residential area in the city centre.

We need well qualified, energetic and committed teachers of English whose native tongue is English.

Airfare and free furnished accommodation on school premises provided.
900-1500 US dollars net salary based on qualifications and experience.

Applicants must have a degree, preferably in English or Education, and
teaching certificate.

Applications with full CV, recent photo and contact details of two professional referees or professional references should be sent on line to:

[email protected]
Job ref: EFL 2004/66

Applications with the required information and documents will be given
immediate consideration.

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 this unit i have been studying equipment and teaching aids,with focus been on the use of many different types of equipment and teaching aids, form the white board or interactive white board and over head projectors, to videos and worksheets. After thoroughly reading through this unit i feel i have a comprehensive understanding of how best to use different teaching aids and/or equipment to provide the best teaching environment.This unit goes over the phonetics of the English language and how to pronounce words. For me, this section was incredibly difficult. Mostly because this was my first phonetics lesson. It was interesting reading how different a sentence can be just by changing the stress on one word. Because of how complicated stressing and pronunciation are, I can understand why students have trouble being expressive while learning a new language.