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English teacher from Turkey, have any chance to work in Poland?


ukpolska
28 Apr 2011 #61
At least someone with a pedagogical background and FCE might have more clue than these, even if their pron. is a bit rubbish?

You would hope so wouldn't you! ;0)

As I said:

To be honest with turkishgrl's qualifications I would have much more confidence in her teaching children than someone with a basic FCE and I would advise her to contact me as we have a lack of good elementary school English Teachers here where I live.

rozumiemnic 8 | 3,872
28 Apr 2011 #62
ahhh yeh it wasn't you who was getting all snotty about Turkish girl!! It must have been that Delphi etc .Mind you he is negative about anybody's plans....;)
Crow 160 | 11,052
28 Apr 2011 #63
Poles are naive people if they need Turkish professor of English
ukpolska
28 Apr 2011 #64
good joke

Dumb as a Turk you think?

Come on guys that's a bit of a bigoted response.

My wife has spent the last three months in Istanbul setting up a joint research project with her Institute, the National Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation, and has been pleasantly surprised with the level of professionalism of the Turkish researchers.
pgtx 30 | 3,156
28 Apr 2011 #65
has been pleasantly surprised with the level of professionalism of the Turkish researchers.

why wouldn't they be professional?
ukpolska
28 Apr 2011 #66
I have only to refer you to the above posts that ridicule Turkish people, and mud sticks after so much stereotyping that unfortunately there is an undercurrent of belief.

Happily, my wife has learnt that this is not the case and has invited some of these researchers to our house for a summer holiday and I for one am really looking forward to it ;0)
z_darius 14 | 3,968
30 Apr 2011 #67
Anybody they accept as a guest will always experience unbelievable hospitality.

Given sufficiently decent level of knowledge I can't see why a Turkish gal shouldn't teach English anywhere she wants. I taught ESL in New York City to Poles and to Hispanics. Not such a difficult job at all but money was good just to get started.
tlhyvz - | 1
10 Nov 2014 #68
Merged: Any chance for a Turkish English teacher with CELTA?

any chance for a turkish english teacher?
I am teaching in university and I have a CELTA.
Wulkan - | 3,243
10 Nov 2014 #69
So what do you want to teach? Turkish?
Monitor 14 | 1,820
11 Nov 2014 #70
You could work in Poland only in public schools as Turkish teacher. Teachers of their native language in Polish public schools don't need work permit. For work as English teacher you would need the permit and nobody would bother to apply for it, because there is plenty of Polish English language teachers. Try China.
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,872
11 Nov 2014 #71
he is right you know China is full of opportunities for anyone with a CELTA, native speaker or not.


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