|Institute of Modern Languages [Provider profile and all courses offered]
|Course Title:||CELTA- Cambridge English Language Teaching to Adults 0 Review|
|Address:||Puerta Real 1, 2Dcha|
|Mode of Delivery:||Face to face|
|Course fee including any registration fees:||EUR 1,350.00 (*USD 1,850.08, GBP 1,131.88)|
|Minimum number of Teaching Practice hours:||6|
|Maximum number of Teaching Practice hours:||8|
|Supporting documentation:||As well as the CELTA certificate, our trainees receive a recommendation letter at the end of the cousre, based on their performance, improvement, abilities and general participation in the course. |
|Career support:||We see it as very important to ensure that our graduates are prepared to explore and meet a range of employment possibilities. Our carefully tailored After-Course Care Plan offers graduates invaluable support in helping them move from an intensive 4 weeks of learning and teaching practice to the wide world of TESOL teaching. The range of help that we provide includes:|
School contacts. IML has many contacts in the local community and in Almeria, Malaga and Marbella. We will endeavour to schedule job interviews with schools and academies in these areas and do our utmost to ensure that graduates are aware of any employment possibilities during and after the course.
Observation of experienced teachers at IML. Graduates get the chance to sit in on a range of exam based and general English classes to see how they are taught.
Simulated job interviews. Graduates get the chance to participate in mock interviews in order to prepare for real interviews.
Regular contact. When the course has finished, it is not just ‘goodbye´, we would like are graduates to keep in touch! We are interested in how they are developing as English teachers and on their different experiences in the TEFL world. We also welcome testimonials which are always very helpful to our current trainees.
|Means of Assessment
|Titles of written assignments||Trainees will be asked to produce 4 written assignments which will be assessed by the trainers and moderated externally. Also, most of the teaching practice will be assessed.|
|Observed teaching practice with language learners||yes|
|Final examination - please specify what is to be examined
||Trainees will have to demonstrate they are able to plan and execute a number of lessons, as well as the ability to present grammar points introduced in input sessions.|
|Portfolio of evidence of competence
|Assessment criteria:||Our trainees are continuously assessed on the course, we observe participation, attitude, their involvement during input sessions, their ability to work individually and as team members, their progress, their ability to plan lessons and implement theoretical knowledge.|
|Course entry requirements:||There are no set entry requirements for the CELTA course. Nevertheless, it is recommended that applicants:|
* Have a level of education which would be similar to that required for higher education studies.
* Be at least 20 or over.
* Have a level of English which demonstrates good written and spoken competence, an ability to complete the course successfully and an ability to complete all the assessed criteria.
However, we are willing to consider applicants who do not possess formal qualifications but who can demonstrate that they have the ability to successfully complete the course. We will also consider applicants who are aged between 18 and 20.
|Entry Age: Minimum||18|
|Entry Age: Maximum||-|
|Course dates:||From 2014-05-05 to 2014-05-30|
From 2014-06-30 to 2014-07-25
From 2014-08-04 to 2014-08-29
From 2014-10-06 to 2014-10-31
From 2014-11-10 to 2014-12-05
|Course length: total hours:||120|
|Total observed and assessed teaching practice hours:||6|
|Course duration:||4 weeks|
|Tutor-trainee ratio:||1 to 6|
|Minimum tutor qualifications:||DELTA, MA Linguistics, Dip TESOL|
|Minimum ELT teacher training experience of tutors:||2 years |
|Minimum ELT language teaching experience of tutors:||10 years |
|Course content:||Needs analysis designConducting a needs analysisInterpreting needs analyses' resultsNegotiating learning objectivesPlanning lesson sequencesPlanning 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 pair workEffective use of group workOne to one teachingEffective use of role playLearner autonomy and the promotion of self-managed learningLanguage analysisPhonologyAssessment of learners' language learning achievementsEvaluation and modification of lessonsEvaluation and modfication of lesson sequencesEvaluation and modification of coursesEvaluation of own teaching performanceTeaching Exam focussed classes|
|Levels trained for & taught in teaching practice:||Beginner|
|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:||Business|
|Preparation for EFL examinations covered:||KET|
|Course summary||The Certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages is a 4 week intensive course which covers the essential principles of teaching English. It is aimed at candidates with little or no experience in teaching and it introduces ideas and information which are essential in starting to teach. Additionally, CELTA is ideal for teachers with no formal qualifications who wish to gain a recognized professional teaching award. The CELTA is accredited at level 5 of the Qualification and Credit Framework for England, Wales and Northern Ireland and it is also an international qualification, highly valued and well known all over the world.
There is a strong emphasis on putting into practice what is learnt on the course and candidates will have the opportunity to teach part of a class nearly everyday. We have a very ‘hands on’ approach and we really encourage candidates to apply what they have learnt at every stage.