TEFL Master Course

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Get the edge with this Master TEFL/TESOL course with Young Learners, Business English and CLIL Have you ever dreamed of traveling the world for a living? With a certification in TEFL / TESOL you can travel, teach and earn all over the globe. Students across in countries all around the world are looking to learn English, take your knowledge of the English language and change someones life in countries like Japan, Russia, China and many more all with a globally recognised TEFL /TESOL online course! In this 150 hour online course, students will learn a variety of concepts and principles that are essential in succesfully teaching and developing english skills in foreign language, young, business and CLIL students.  Upon completing your course you will be qualified to teach english to students all around the globe. This course compliments your TEFL/TESOL CV and significantly improves your chances of getting a job teaching English internationally.  Each course module also features a forum that allows you to learn from and share experiences with other trainees from all over the world! Course Fast Facts 150 hour course covering all aspects of TEFL Ten easy to follow modules covering everything from manageing a classroom, teaching vocabulary, selecting and creating student activities and even how to successfully gain new employment! Flexible online course can be completed in as little as two months, or studied part time at your own pace over the course of an entire year Study while you travel in preperation for a career traveling the world teaching english to students! Internationally recognised in the TEFL \ TESOL Industry Enrollment Upon enrolment an automated email will be sent to you with your URL login address and your password (please check your junk email inbox if not received as this is an automated email) for accessing your online material. The course is easy to follow and understand. Other...

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Requisitos: Entry requirements Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills. Minimum education Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course. Computer requirements Students will need access to a computer and the internet. Minimum specifications for the computer are: Windows: Microsoft Windows XP, or later Modern and up to date...

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Business English
Email
Teaching
English
Planning
Technology
Writing
TEFL
TESOL
Skills and Training

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Course Modules

Module 1:

  • Forum
  • What are TEFL and TESL
  • Teaching different age groups
  • Why age does matter
  • Young learners, adolescents and adult learners
  • Teaching different levels
  • Principles of adult learning
  • Methodologies
  • The Communicative Approach
  • Video: Communicative competence
  • Multiple Intelligences
  • Video: Multiple intelligences
  • Self-study /Revise
  • Extra resources
  • Quiz

Module 2:

  • Forum
  • Theories of Language
  • The role of grammar in CLT
  • Fluency vs. Accuracy
  • The role of error in language development
  • The four skills: reading, writing, speaking, listening
  • Video: integrating skills
  • The role of the learner
  • Video: contextualizing language
  • The role of motivation
  • Learner centredness and learning strategies
  • Interaction in the CLT classroom
  • Group work – cooperative learning
  • Video: Pair work and group work
  • The role of the TEFL teacher
  • Building rapport
  • Material in CLT
  • ELT coursebooks
  • Sample lesson plan
  • Extra resources
  • Self-study
  • Quiz

Module 3:

  • Forum
  • Lesson planning
  • Stages in a lesson
  • What are warmers
  • Lesson plan format
  • Video: Lesson planning (4 stages)
  • Techniques in grammar presentation
  • Guided- discovery presentations
  • Video: Using authentic material when teaching
  • Ensuring understanding
  • Planning your board work
  • Tips for using your board
  • Consolidation
  • Monitoring and evaluation
  • Self-study
  • Extra resources
  • Quiz

Module 4:

  • Forum
  • What is speaking
  • Speaking strategies
  • Functional language
  • Planning a speaking lesson
  • The role of the teacher
  • Students and speaking
  • Building student´s confidence
  • Practical ideas to get them talking
  • Controlled/semi-controlled activities
  • Fluency speaking activities
  • Putting it into practice
  • Speaking: sample lesson plan
  • Pronunciation
  • Activities for teaching pronunciation
  • Rhymes, poetry and chants
  • Dialogue drills
  • Role plays
  • Drama in the classroom
  • Video: using drama in the classroom
  • Self-study
  • Extra resources 

Module 5:

  • Forum
  • Listening – an overview
  • Using video in the classroom
  • Using technology in the classroom
  • What are listening skills
  • Practical ideas for teaching listening
  • Planning a listening lesson plan
  • Pre, while and post-listening activities
  • The role of the teacher
  • Using music in the classroom
  • Follow up activities
  • Video: integrating four skills
  • Using video in the classroom
  • Using tablets in the classroom
  • Using computers and the internet
  • Using mobile phones in the classroom
  • Technology in the classroom
  • Sample lesson plan listening
  • Zero technology in the classroom
  • Additional resources

Module 6:

  • Forum
  • Reading and vocabulary
  • Teaching reading
  • What is reading
  • Extensive and intensive reading
  • Reading skills and strategies
  • Skimming and scanning
  • Strategies for teaching reading
  • The role of the teacher
  • Teaching vocabulary
  • General advice for teaching vocabulary
  • Vocabulary teaching strategies
  • Using dictionaries
  • Follow-up activities
  • Sample lesson plans
  • Video: Demonstration video teaching vocab.
  • Extra resources
  • Module Quiz

Module 7:

  • Forum
  • What is writing
  • Why teach writing to learners of English
  • What is involved in writing
  • Follow – up activities
  • Approaches to teaching writing
  • Practical ideas for teaching writing
  • Strategies for teaching writing
  • The role of the teacher
  • Building the writing habit
  • General ideas for integrated skills writing tasks
  • The writing process
  • Putting it into practice
  • Sample lesson plan
  • Error correction
  • Techniques for oral correction
  • Praising
  • Assessment and evaluation
  • Summative and formative assessment
  • Testing
  • Extra-resources

Module 8:

  • Forum
  • Classroom management – an overview
  • Dealing with discipline issues
  • Being prepared and organised
  • Communicating your expectations
  • What problems to expect
  • How to handle problems
  • Managing large classes
  • Video: Managing large classes
  • Self – study 
  • Extra resources
  • Module Quiz
  • Module 8 – Classroom management assignment

Module 9:

  • Teaching Specific Groups
  • English for Specific Purposes (ESP)
  • What is ESP
  • Designing an ESP course
  • Needs Analysis
  • How to use data
  • Teaching Business English
  • Differences between Business English and General English
  • Video: Business English lesson
  • Private classes and one-to-one teaching
  • Teaching Children – Introduction
  • Strategies for teaching Children
  • Teaching 4 - 12 years old
  • Video: Learning Strategies
  • Teaching children
  • CLIL – Content Language Integrated Learning
  • Video: CLIL
  • EAP – English
  • Self-study
  • Extra resources
  • Job Placement

Module 10:

  • How to get the most out of this module
  • Video: teaching tips 1
  • Video: teaching tips 2
  • Write your own lesson
  • Lesson plan assignment
  • Lesson plan formats
  • Final exam
  • Getting your certificate
  • Job Placement

Información adicional

Through well-crafted lessons, expert online instruction and interaction with your tutor, participants in these courses gain valuable knowledge at their convenience. They have the flexibility to study at their own pace combined with enough structure and support to complete the course. And they can access the classroom 24/7 from anywhere with an Internet connection.

New sessions of each course run every month. They last six weeks, with two new lessons being released weekly (for a total of 12). The courses are entirely Web-based with comprehensive lessons, quizzes,...