This is a certificated mother-tongue teacher of Turkish language and culture. I have been working with three different language schools in Istanbul, and with three in Rome. I completed a program for teaching Turkish as a foreign language at the Marmara University in Istanbul. I am also the Turkish language delegate for Directors Languages based in the UK, and a member of the Turkish team for Innovative Language Learning headquartered in Japan.
I have built an exclusive method for Turkish teaching, being a self-language-learner myself. The lessons are adjustable for any kind of journalistic, touristic, romantic, gastronomic, linguistic, scientific, artistic, religious, historical, cultural, commercial purposes; any level from hello to Ottoman poetry; background of any other language, way of learning, means of learning in person or via the Internet, and age. My spectrum of students expands from children to the CEOs.
Instructions can be in English, Italian and Japanese. If you are interested, contact me kindly. I hope that we can discover this beautiful language and culture together!
*Writer of Turkish Language and Culture
Innovative Language Learning
Tokyo, Japan / 2012 -
*Lecturer of Turkish Language and Culture
Berlitz Language School
Rome, Italy / 2014 -
*Lecturer and Instructor of Turkish Language and Culture
Istanbul, Turkey / 2015 -
*Instructor of Turkish Language and Culture
Maidenhead, UK / 2016 -
*Turkish for beginners
Although you are not sure how to say hello in Turkish, my methodology will get you learn all the fundamentals of Turkish language within 15-20 seances.
^Have you already learned the basics but want to put them in practice in order to fasten your speech, correct your pronunciation, or use your abilities in diverse circumstances?
^Are you rather interested in touristic Turkish to provide an efficient communication during your visits in Turkey?
You are welcome!
^Otherwise, you may have a good knowledge in Turkish already, and look for some occasion in action depending on your interests? We can talk about anything you might like. Some of the popular themes I encountered so far are:
-Turkish dramas & romance
-Shopping at Grand Bazaar
-A medical visit to a hospital in Istanbul
-Turkish classical music & poetry
-Touristic destinations & communication in Turkey
-Politics and Turkey's stand for international affairs
-Sufism philosophy and Christianity in Turkey
-Social and gender prospects
-Or any other needs/interests of yours!
It is fine if you want to follow up a frequent program, or want to have an advanced level of context.
*Turkish as a Subject
^Do you have a curriculum for Turkish at an international school or university?
^Are you a foreign student in Turkey?
I am experienced in both.
I have taught to CEOs from diverse international companies in Istanbul.
*Turkish for Children
More colorful lessons with children's music and images!
I am quite comfortable with children being an elder sister to both boys and girls.
^Are you a fan of modern authors like Orhan Pamuk and Elif Şafak?
^Are you interested in classical writers and poets like Mehmet Akif, Ömer Seyfettin, Nazım Hikmet?
^Do you want to understand the humanism of Mevlana and Yunus Emre?
^Are you curious about ancient Turkic myths from Central Asia and Dede Korkut?
*Turkish for Professionals
From business to literature, whatever your focus is.