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“For those seeking ESL teaching work in Istanbul, numerous jobs abound, and can be found simply by walking into the language schools themselves, or by applying with a resume, cover letter, photo, and scanned copy of qualifications and passport over the Internet,” says Matador contributor Emily Hansen. “For aspiring and seasoned travelers, there is no other city that quite captures the glamor of a martini glass, the pizzazz of a belly dancer, and the wild imagination of two continents.”

“For those seeking ESL teaching work in Istanbul, numerous jobs abound, and can be found simply by walking into the language schools themselves, or by applying with a resume, cover letter, photo, and scanned copy of qualifications and passport over the Internet,” says Matador contributor Emily Hansen. “For aspiring and seasoned travelers, there is no other city that quite captures the glamor of a martini glass, the pizzazz of a belly dancer, and the wild imagination of two continents.”

ESL Essentials – Important Teaching Tips  In this section there are 714 articles that cover essential ESL topics such as how to teach grammar, use realia, and teach young learners. There are also a lot of lesson ideas and fun activities included in the articles.     #TheEssential

ESL Essentials – Important Teaching Tips In this section there are 714 articles that cover essential ESL topics such as how to teach grammar, use realia, and teach young learners. There are also a lot of lesson ideas and fun activities included in the articles. #TheEssential

English in Turkey- ideas on schools, first hand account of living in Istanbul

English in Turkey- ideas on schools, first hand account of living in Istanbul

A VERY WISE WOMAN once told me that if you're working extra hours as a teacher, it doesn't necessarily mean that you're a better teacher - it might mean that you don't manage your time well.  I can always use new tips to WORK SMARTER, NOT HARDER, because I work many, many extra hours every week!!!

A VERY WISE WOMAN once told me that if you're working extra hours as a teacher, it doesn't necessarily mean that you're a better teacher - it might mean that you don't manage your time well. I can always use new tips to WORK SMARTER, NOT HARDER, because I work many, many extra hours every week!!!

From Colombia & Spain to Turkey & China: 10 Great Options for Teaching English Abroad in 2015

From Colombia & Spain to Turkey & China: 10 Great Options for Teaching English Abroad in 2015