2018 050720180601 Seville & Madrid
May 7 to >June 1

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Course Details

Our 120 hour certificate in TEFL covers an extended syllabus. Many employers regard the standard for the profession as being a course which comprises a hundred or more hours of study time. There is a focus on lesson planning and practical teaching skills which will equip those who are new to the profession and inspire those who already have some experience. This course is ideal for those who wish to gain a professional qualification in TEFL. You are assigned a personal tutor as soon as you enrol, who will give you help and guidance through the course as well as mark your assignments and give you personal feedback.

The Process

After each lesson there will be a question paper, which needs to be completed and submitted to your personal tutor for marking. This method of continual assessment ensures that your personal tutor can consistently monitor your progress and provide you with assistance throughout the duration of the course.


What’s Included

  • All study materials
  • Certificate and transcript
  • Full Tutor and Admin support

Syllabus

Unit One

INTRODUCTION TO TEACHING ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE

  1. Behaviorism
  2. Audiolingualism
  3. The ‘Natural Way’
  4. Humanistic Approaches

Unit Two

GRAMMAR

  1. Terms  and  definitions
  2. Countable  and  uncountable  nouns
  3. Tenses
  4. Verbs;  Modal  and  auxiliary
  5. Conditions

Unit Three

TEACHING AND LEARNING GRAMMAR

  1. Presenting a structure
  2. Grading language
  3. Mistakes and correction
  4. Recycling language
  5. Practice and Production

Unit Four

TEACHING VOCABULARY

  1. Words and sentences
  2. Using dictionaries
  3. Choosing vocabulary
  4. How to teach vocabulary

Unit Five

Teaching Productive skills;
Speaking and Writing

  1. Accuracy vs. Fluency
  2. Communication activities
  3. The stages of writing
  4. Correction techniques

Unit Six

Teaching receptive skills;
Listening and reading

  1. Presenting a structure
  2. Grading language
  3. Mistakes and correction
  4. Recycling language
  5. Practice and Production

Unit Seven

Materials and aids

  1. Using flashcards, pictures and regalia
  2. How to organize the board
  3. Using the overhead projector
  4. The use of video
  5. Authentic materials

Unit Eight

Teaching Pronunciation

  1. The phonetic chart
  2. Stress, rhythm and intonation
  3. Mother tongue interference
  4. Practical activities

Unit Nine

Lesson Planning

  1. Teaching different types of classes
  2. Pair and group work
  3. The contents of a lesson
  4. The stages of a lesson
  5. Getting feedback

Unit Ten

Teaching young learners and teenagers

  1. Basic principles
  2. Teaching on holiday course
  3. Practical activities and lesson types

Unit Eleven

Using course books effectively

  1. Exploiting a course book
  2. Planning a course
  3. Course book evaluation

Unit Twelve

Introduction to using the web


Final Exam