|inlingua Cheltenham [Provider profile and all courses offered]
|Course Title:||Cert. TESOL 0 Review|
|Mode of Delivery:||Face to face|
||Certificate in Teacher English to Speakers of Other Languages|
|Course fee including any registration fees:||GBP 1,225.00 (*EUR 1,461.07, USD 2,002.29)|
|Minimum number of Teaching Practice hours:||-|
|Maximum number of Teaching Practice hours:||-|
|Supporting documentation:||All successful candidates will receive a certificate from inlingua Cheltenham along with a report which can be used as a reference hen applying for relevant jobs and a Certificate from Trinity College London.|
|Career support:||The course includes support and advice on applying for jobs once qualified.|
|Means of Assessment
|Titles of written assignments||Teaching practice is assessed throughout the course.|
|Observed teaching practice with language learners||yes|
|Final examination - please specify what is to be examined
||An external moderator from Trinity will assess your written work and progress of teaching practice.|
|Portfolio of evidence of competence
|Assessment criteria:||All written work and teaching practice is assessed by an external moderator.|
|Course entry requirements:||The course is interview entry. Candidates must be at university entrance level. therefore hold GCSE's and A Levels, or the equivalent. No teaching experience is required.|
Non native English speakers must show proficiency in English equivalent to IELTS Level 7.
|Entry Age: Minimum||18|
|Entry Age: Maximum||-|
|Course dates:||From 2013-01-07 to 2013-02-01|
From 2013-02-11 to 2013-03-08
From 2013-04-08 to 2013-05-03
From 2013-05-20 to 2013-06-14
From 2013-08-05 to 2013-08-30
From 2013-09-09 to 2013-10-04
From 2013-10-14 to 2013-11-08
From 2013-11-18 to 2013-12-13
|Course length: total hours:||160|
|Total observed and assessed teaching practice hours:||8|
|Course duration:||4 weeks|
|Tutor-trainee ratio:||1 to 12|
|Minimum tutor qualifications:||First degree, TEFLQ Qualified|
|Minimum ELT teacher training experience of tutors:||N/A|
|Minimum ELT language teaching experience of tutors:||10 years |
|Course content:||Negotiating learning objectivesPlanning coursesPlanning individual lessonsTheories of language learningApproaches to the teaching/learning of a foreign/second languageSelection of appropriate teaching styles and techniquesEffective management of teaching/learningPresentation of new language and promotion of its productionOriginating learner material to support achievement of learningSelection of appropriate learning materialsAdaptation of existing learning materialsUse of appropriate learning materialsRole of the teacherClass managementTeaching of the four skills of reading, writing, speaking and listeningEffective use of audio materialEffective use of video materialEffective use of the InternetEffective use of pair workEffective use of group workOne to one teachingPhonologyAssessment of learners' language learning achievementsProvision of appropriate feedback to learners on their achievementsTest designEvaluation and modification of lessonsEvaluation and modfication of lesson sequencesEvaluation of own teaching performance|
|Levels trained for & taught in teaching practice:||Elementary|
|Age groups trained for & taught in teaching practice:||adults|
|Minimum number of language learners in teaching practice groups:||1-5|
|English for specific purposes covered:|
|Preparation for EFL examinations covered:||IELTS|
|Course summary||This is an internationally recognised qualification. It is level 5 on the National Qualifications Framework.
The cert TESOL; is designed for those with little or no previous teaching experience. The aim is to equip candidates with the basic skills and knowledge required to teach English as a second language.
The course is focuses on examining aspects of grammar, lesson planning, teaching materials, classroom observations and phonology.
Teaching practice is the main component of the course. Participants will teach groups and one to one classes to a mixture of levels and student backgrounds. This mix of students will expose trainees to a wide variety of classroom contexts.
Moderation is taken on the final day, this involves an external moderator form Trinity college London coming to Cheltenham and assessing all written work completed throughout the course as well as teaching practice. All trainees will have an interview with the moderator.