Date posted:2012-09-13 | Writer: Oxford Vision | Email: [email protected]
Oxford Vision is currently looking for well-qualified and professional ESL teachers to work in Ankara (Turkey’s capital), Istanbul, Malatya, Elazig, Kayseri and other cities, with an immediate start. Most of our schools are in Ankara, the capital city of Turkey, and we work with kindergartens, primary/secondary schools and high schools as well as some Universities. ( The details and benefits of the university positions will be given during interview).
Teachers will give 25 lessons per week, spread out over a standard 5-day work week, with the possibility of extra Saturday morning work (paid as overtime). Teaching materials will always be provided by the schools, which are well-equipped with modern teaching technology.
All teachers should have a clean appearance, clear voice and positive attitude. The ideal candidate will have an undergraduate degree plus TEFL / CELTA / TESOL qualification (or similar) and a minimum of two years of experience teaching children.
For most positions (in K-12 schools), we require a minimum of 2 years' experience teaching kids or teen-agers. Candidates must have at least a Bachelor's Degree and a formal ESL teaching certificate.
For our special Istanbul positions, we are particularly interested in teachers with experience in high school IELTS / Trinity Exam preparation, or experience teaching the American SAT Exam, with a focus on Math or English.
The offered salary for teachers is 2700 TL (approximately US$1500) per month, on a contract covering the entire school year (September 17, 2012 – May 31, 2013), as well as several benefits, including:
· Travel assistance (800 TL)
· Airport pickup
· Help arranging private accommodation
· Residency and work permit sponsorship
· Use of the National Health Scheme
· Paid national holidays, and a paid one-week break between semesters.
· Bonus at the end of the contract
For more information or to apply, contact us at the e-mail 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.
Nothing in this lesson was surprising or new to me, but labeling the different ways one can read was thought-provoking because I do all of them with my French students but have never considered what I am doing. I definitely feel that it is the teacherâ€™s job to show the class that there are many ways to read or listen based on the assigned activity, so having a convenient list makes this easier.Unit 7 was about teaching a new languageâ€™s vocabulary, grammatical structures and language function. The unit showed us we can introduce it and ideas for lesson plans. I appreciate how the unit gave us clear and detailed examples of different kinds of lessons for teaching a new concept of language. This helps me to write lesson plans that will be more interactive and engaging for my students.