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ESL games aren’t just for kids! Boost adult learners’ engagement and confidence with activities for the online classroom.

Learn how integrating fun games and activities into your online classes with adult learners can help them apply new language skills in context and meet learning objectives.

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10-Hour
Games and Activities for the Online Classroom (Adults)

(1 CEUs)

Enliven your classroom with these age-appropriate activities that will help students meet their learning goals.

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Teaching Online Games and Activities Suite (TOGAS©) eBook

In this course, you’ll receive our TOGAS© eBook (Teaching Online Games and Activities Suite) featuring 16 fun and engaging educational games you can use with your online students! TOGAS© content has been carefully designed to include a mix of digital and realia-based activities linked to language-based skills and learning outcomes specific to this age group.

student Games and Activities for the Online Classroom (Adults) Course Information

Length 12 weeks.
Start date The course starts the day you enroll.
Certification hours 10 hours.
Price

Format 100% online and self-paced.
Instructors Personal tutor (experienced ESL/EFL instructor) to grade assignments and provide support.

Module 01 Theory Behind Using Games with Adults in the Online Classroom
Module 02 Activities and Games for Communication, Vocabulary, and Music
Module 03 Using Task-Based Learning in Online Classes
Module 04 Teaching Reading and Writing Online to Adults

1
Quiz

8
Discussion Boards

1
Graded Assignment

10
Instructional Videos

16
Games
Learning Objectives

When you complete your course, you’ll be able to:

  • Discuss the research and methodology that support the use of games and activities with adult online language learners
  • Create and deliver stand-alone games for adult learners in the online classroom
  • Create and deliver task-based learning games and activities for adult learners in the online classroom
  • Conduct successful reading and writing activities for adult learners in the online classroom
  • Investigate the use of digital resources as tools to create online activities for adults
  • Discuss strategies for using games and activities to motivate adult learners in their online language lessons

Age 18 years of age or older.
Education High school diploma or the equivalent. Proof of graduation or transcript is NOT required.
Language An intermediate or higher level of English proficiency (B1 level, according to the CEFR, the Common European Framework Reference for Language). Proof of language proficiency is NOT required.

These resources are designed to make the process of finding TEFL jobs or advancing in the field as clear and easy as possible for our graduates. You’ll learn how to improve your resume, find and apply to TEFL jobs, and ace your interview so that you can get the teaching job of your dreams. If you’re already teaching, you’ll find helpful information on continuing professional development, recommended TESOL organizations you can join, and teaching resources you can use in your own classroom. You’ll also learn how to take advantage of Bridge’s job placement services and connect to our community of TEFL teachers and schools worldwide.

Module 01 Finding a Job, Downloading Your Certificate, and Updating Your Resume
Module 02 Stay Connected with Bridge!
Module 03 TEFL / TESOL Professional Development Opportunities

Continuing Education Unit (CEUs) are nationally recognized units of measurement for participation in non-credit, continuing education programs. Bridge is accredited by ACCET (the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training), and any ACCET-approved Bridge course, including our online TEFL programs, can be taken for 1 CEU per 10 hours of TEFL course instruction.

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It’s a common misconception that adults aren’t interested in games or activities in their online English classes. The key is choosing activities that are age-appropriate, have a clear learning objective, and provide practical applications for students. This course examines the many benefits of using games and activities with adults and provides examples your students will love, as well as inspiration for creating activities of your own.

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100% online

Start anytime and work from any device.

Continuing education units

Earn up to 1 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).

Personal tutor

Get feedback and ask questions throughout the course.

Job placement assistance

Access our global job network via the Bridge Job Board and connect with preferred employer partners.

Flexible schedule

Work at your own pace–complete in 3 months or less.

Interactive content

Instructional videos, downloadable resources, quizzes & activities, and discussion board.

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FAQs about Bridge Micro-credentials

These are short, targeted, professional development courses designed for EFL teachers who want to learn new skills and expand their knowledge of current teaching methods or topics.

Both are TEFL / TESOL courses, but Bridge Micro-credentials are short, professional development courses (around 20 hours) that are highly targeted on specific, practical topics, such as Using Podcasts in the EFL Classroom. These specialized courses are usually taken by experienced, qualified teachers looking to add to their existing knowledge and skill set.

A general TEFL / TESOL certification course, on the other hand, tends to be around 100+ hours and provides a thorough foundation in the theories and methods of teaching English. These courses are more often taken as initial training and certification, especially by those who are new to teaching English or not yet certified.

To take Bridge Micro-credential, you must be at least 18 years old with a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent.

Micro-credential courses are designed to build off prior teaching experience and knowledge. It is recommended that you are either already TEFL / TESOL certified, or enroll concurrently in a Professional TEFL / TESOL course, such as the IDELTOnline to take a Micro-credential course.

If you are not a native English speaker, we recommend an intermediate or higher level of English proficiency (minimum B1 level, according to the CEFR, the Common European Framework Reference for Language). No proof of fluency required.

You’ll have 3 months from the date of purchase to finish your Micro-credential course. These courses are self-paced, meaning you can work through your course when it’s convenient for you, with no required log-in times or assignment deadlines. Many trainees complete their program in less time – within two months, on average.

Yes! All Bridge courses have experienced tutors who work with trainees. You’ll also be assigned a personal TEFL / TESOL tutor who will offer guidance, answer questions and about course content, and provide assessed feedback during your Micro-credential training. If you have any technical problems throughout the course, you can contact visit our Support Center for assistance.

Upon successful completion of your Micro-credential course, you can download and print your certificate from our online certificate verification portal for free. Your digital badge will be issued to you via email within 7 days of completing your Micro-credential course. You may also order a hard copy certificate mailed to you anywhere in the world for an additional fee. Click here to view fees for hard copy certificate orders.

Backed by blockchain technology, digital badges (sometimes called open badges) provide employers with an in-depth look “under the hood” of the TEFL / TESOL program you completed. When your unique digital badge URL is clicked, details such as the learning objectives you mastered, specific skills you acquired, and the course accreditation are provided.

Digital badges also can be easily shared across the web in places like LinkedIn and Facebook as well as on your resume to showcase your skills and qualifications to future employers. Learn more about digital badges.

Yes, we’re continually developing new Micro-credential courses to reflect the professional development needs of global English language teachers. You can sign up for our newsletter at the bottom of this page to receive updates on newly launched Micro-credential courses and other TEFL / TESOL news.

There is no limit to the number of Micro-credential courses you can take and certificates/digital badges you can earn! We encourage teachers to stack these professional development courses to add to your skill set and enhance your TEFL / TESOL resume.

Yes! As with all Bridge online courses, Micro-credentials will be reflected on your Bridge TEFL / TESOL certificate. Your certificate will automatically update each time you add a new credential, and you can access it (or provide an employer with access to it) via our secure certificate verification portal.

You can complete your Micro-credential course on any device, including a phone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer. All you’ll need is an Internet connection! However, please note that you’ll complete a tutor-assessed written assignment in order to earn your credentials. For this reason, it’s recommended that you have access to a tablet, laptop, or desktop computer to complete this portion of the course.

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