TEFL in Turkey - Konya

Date posted:2005-11-28 | Writer: PRODEM International School of English | Email: [email protected]

We are running a language teaching center in Konya, Turkey, and would like to work with you if you are interested. The details about the contract will be delivered to you on your response to this message. Here I include some information about our school.
Prodem International School of English is a language-teaching center in Konya, TURKEY. It is a private sector establishment under the control of the Ministry of National Education, which means that you will be employed here officially. It is also the representative of David Game College Group (England) and a recognized test center of Oxford Language Center.
Student Profile: We teach students from the age of eight to the age of seventy, most of whom are university students. At the moment we have around nine hundred students and expect the number to increase in the following months. As well as general English classes, we have many other students who aim at preparing for various examinations, such as TOEFL, IELTS, and other academic exams.
Staff: We have 25 EFL teachers including one Scottish and one Canadian at the moment, who work full-time, and three some local part time teachers, and would like to employ at least five native-speaker EFL teachers.
Classrooms: The building can hold up to 1200 part time students with its 13 classrooms and our classrooms seat 14 students each. They are designed in U shaped so that all the students and the teacher can eye-contact each other easily.
For further inquiry, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Yours faithfully,
Harun Ä°lleez
Head of Eng.Dept.
tel: (+90) (332) 351 1338-39
fax: (+90) (332) 351 1784
e.mail: [email protected]
web: Contact us

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 11 focused on the teaching of receptive skills. We all teach and listen for different reasons, it might be to see who won the game or require more detailed information if you are baking a cake and following a recipe. Depending on what we are trying to obtain from the text will decipher how the lesson is taught. When teaching these skills teachers must ensure that the vocabulary basics are understood from the learner.Learning the effective ways of teaching the productive skills is as equally important as learning techniques in integrating the receptive skills in language lessons. The two productive skills have one purpose: to cmmunicate. It is thus important for the teacher to create a need and desire in the students to communicate. Without arousing a desire and need to communicate, the lesson will not be as effective to the learners.