TEFL in Turkey - Adana

Date posted:2006-04-24 | Writer: English Home European Language Center | Email: [email protected]

English Home European Language Center in Adana, Turkey, is currently seeking full and part-time native English teachers for our summer programs and fall semester. We offer courses to all levels of students from primary through adults. In addition, we are currently one of only two licensed TOEFL iBT test centers in Turkey.

We are looking for out-going and enthusiastic native teachers who utilize a communicative approach to their lessons. In addition, our classrooms are equipped with computers, overhead projectors, whiteboards (and in some classes, SMARTBoard) and internet connections. We expect teachers to be proficient using technology to supplement their lessons and prefer knowledge in MS Office.

English Home offers a competitive salary, shared accommodation, insurance and of course all work permits and visas, as well as paid flights. If you have a university degree, TEFL certificate, and an energetic personality, please forward a copy of your CV with a photo to: [email protected]. You can also visit our web-site at Contact us for more information about our school.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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 learned about pronunciation and phonology. I learned about common patterns for intonation and how to teach them in context. I learned how to best explain stress in a sentence and its influence on the meaning of a sentence. The example provided illustrated the concept of stress very clearly. I also learned how to properly read and write phonemic symbols, which may be useful for teaching pronunciation.I found it pretty practical; if not the business English section, I certainly thought the advice for teaching beginners/children was very good and merits being mindful. As were the sections about potential disruptors of the class. I am also a fan of the repeated reviews of ESA structure; it helps keep everything in mind and is really helpful for what I most want to get out of this (a better sense of how to lesson plan).