In the semi-arid desert, there is a boomtown that is newer and flashier than Las Vegas. Go to Turkish school in Azerbaijan and be overwhelmed by the oil-rich capital city of Baku, where sleek cars, modern skyscrapers and new construction stretches as far as the eye can see. Poking out...
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In the semi-arid desert, there is a boomtown that is newer and flashier than Las Vegas. Go to Turkish school in Azerbaijan and be overwhelmed by the oil-rich capital city of Baku, where sleek cars, modern skyscrapers and new construction stretches as far as the eye can see. Poking out into the Caspian Sea, Baku is the heartbeat of Azerbaijan. Visit the historical monuments of Martyr's Lane and Maiden's Tower, or stop by a local bakery for fresh-baked bread. Museums, clubs, casinos and restaurants abound. To get a glimpse into a completely different side of Azerbaijan, leave the capital and head for the county. With nine different ecological zones, there are varying climates and terrain, making each region of the country extra special. In the Caucasus Mountains of Northern Azerbaijan, traverse the traditional villages of Xinaliq, built on mountaintops and cliffs. Then endure a therapeutic treatment in Naftalan, where petroleum oil baths are the norm. While exploring the region, do not miss the mud volcanoes, of which the country has over three hundred. Head to the pleasant region of Southern Azerbaijan for lush forests and quaint seaside towns, such as Lankaran, that characterize the region. Sports like football and freestyle wrestling are popular, but locals are better known for using their minds over their muscles. Chess and backgammon define Azerbaijani society, which has produced many champion players. Take Turkish courses in Azerbaijan and put your mind to the test too.
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Vision Academy, an internationally accredited TEFL center in Baku is announcing a call for applications for TEFL Course. This is for English teachers who;
a) Want to become high professional trainers
b) Receive an international certificate
c) Strengthen their English language skills
d) Learn how to manage their classes in best way and work in different environments
e) Want to become more competitive in education market
f) Plan to travel abroad and teach in other countries
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The course is divided into 8 separate compulsory modules along with 6 selective ones as outlined below:
Module 1: TESOL Methods
Module 2: Language Learning and Technology
Module 3: Developing Researcher Competence
Module 4: Teaching and Learning Online
Module 5: Teaching Language to Young Learners
Module 6: Syllabus and Materials Design
Module 7: Language Assessment
Module 8: Practice
Summative Task (Research/Dissertation/Written Assignment)
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