You must be at least 18 years and have a high school diploma or the equivalent to take this course. If English is not your first language, you must also have an English proficiency level of at least B1 (according to the Common European Framework), which is a score of approximately 5.0 on the IELTS test.
Targeted, interactive modules on essential topics in teaching reading, writing, speaking, and listening to speakers of other languages. The course is 100% online and lessons are delivered via reading assignments, videos, interactive assessments, and quizzes.
Throughout the 13 modules, you will complete lesson plans and other short, written assignments, such as essays or sample lesson plans, that will be submitted to your personal tutor for feedback and a grade. Your tutor is also available via the convenient communication feed to answer any questions you have as you work through your course.
|Module 1||The Role of the Teacher and Learner and Language Learning Methodology|
|Module 2||Classroom Management|
|Module 3||Language Systems and Skills, and a Brief History of English|
|Module 4||Acquiring a New Language|
|Module 5||Testing for the EFL/ESL Student|
|Module 6||Culture and the EFL/ESL Classroom|
|Module 7||Teaching the Receptive Skills: Reading and Listening|
|Module 8||Productive Skills - Speaking and Writing|
|Module 9||Teaching Vocabulary|
|Module 10||Teaching Grammar|
|Module 11||Teaching Phonology|
|Module 12||Planning Lessons|
|Module 13||Using Visual Aids, Technology, Activities and Games|
|10-hours||Introduction to Teaching Business English|
|10-hours||Introduction to Teaching Young Learners|