TEFL Job in Turkey (2)

Date posted:2014-09-25 | Writer: The English Academy | Email: [email protected]

Our well-established school based in Izmir has immediate opportunities for professional TEFL qualified teachers. The English Academy Language School has been well established since 1991 in the beautiful city of Izmir, Turkey. This rapidly growing school is dedicated to providing a high level of education. The school only employs fully qualified, native level teachers and works with them to continue their professional development. We are currently seeking teachers both for the Izmir head quarters and for new branches in Istanbul and Ankara. This is a superb opportunity for professional teachers who wish to advance their careers, and at the same time experience life in these exciting cities.

We offer:

• Competitive local salary and housing allowance

• A 12 month contract

• In-house training and teacher development available

• Residency and work permit

• Professional and academic support from experienced teachers

To apply you will need:

• To be a native level teacher

• Have a TEFL / TESOL / CELTA etc. qualification

• A degree

• One years experience is preferred but new teachers will be considered

Please forward your CV to the email address given on the job heading a.s.a.p


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.


well this unit particular demonstrate teaching in the field. i have leaned how teaching in classroom goes. i have also got to know how teaching by lesson plan must be carried along. this unit has given me broad idea about how teaching takes place in a classroom and also the use of ESA straight forward method. this shows that with the help of lesson plan teaching in a classroom can go on smooth.Phonetics have always been a tricky part for me and although both in Secondary School and in University we spent a bit of time on learning the phonetic alphabet some, if not most of the things have escaped me. The first part of this lesson was interesting. Learning about intonation and stress while the alphabet I am sure will take more time to master but it does help to explain different parts.