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Course Title:CELTA 1 Review
 
Course location
Country:United Kingdom
Address:Suite 28, Westgate Galleries
City/town:Oxford
State/province/region:Oxfordshire
 
Mode of Delivery:Face to face
Final qualification: CELTA
Course fee including any registration fees:GBP 975.00 (*EUR 1,162.89, USD 1,593.66)
Minimum number of Teaching Practice hours:6
Maximum number of Teaching Practice hours:6
Supporting documentation:Candidates compile a portfolio containing written assignments, lesson plans, teaching materials, self-evaluations and feedback from tutor observations. This is submitted at the end of the course.
Career support:There is a specific input session on career development and post-course support for all trainees.
 
Means of Assessment
Titles of written assignmentsThere are four written assignments totalling 3000 words.
1. Language Related Tasks
2. Focus on the Learner
3. Language Skills Related Tasks
4. Lessons from the Classroom
Observed teaching practice with language learnersyes
Final examination - please specify what is to be examined None
Portfolio of evidence of competence  
Assessment criteria:There are six hours of assessed teaching observation. Lessons are 20-60 minutes long. Trainees teach 9-10 lessons over the course.
Tutors assess written work and teaching throughout the course and their appraisals are in turn moderated by external Cambridge assessors. The tutors submit recommended grades to Cambridge at the end of the course and Cambridge issue final grades about four weeks after the end of the course.
Other:-
Course entry requirements:Most candidates have a degree or a standard of education equivalent to that required for entry into higher education.
The Interview process includes pre-interview language awareness tasks which form the basis of an interview conducted face-to-face or via Skype.
Entry Age: Minimum18
Entry Age: Maximum-
 
Course dates:From 2010-10-25 to 2010-11-19
From 2010-11-22 to 2010-12-17
From 2011-01-10 to 2011-02-04
From 2011-02-07 to 2011-03-04
From 2011-03-07 to 2011-04-01
From 2011-05-03 to 2011-05-27
From 2011-05-31 to 2011-06-24
From 2011-06-27 to 2011-07-22
From 2011-07-25 to 2011-08-19
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 and Cambridge-approved Teacher Trainer
Minimum ELT teacher training experience of tutors:2 years
Minimum ELT language teaching experience of tutors:8 years
Course content:
  • Needs analysis design
  • Conducting a needs analysis
  • Interpreting needs analyses' results
  • Negotiating learning objectives
  • Planning courses
  • Planning lesson sequences
  • Planning individual lessons
  • Theories of language learning
  • Approaches to the teaching/learning of a foreign/second language
  • Selection of appropriate teaching styles and techniques
  • Effective management of teaching/learning
  • Presentation of new language and promotion of its production
  • Originating learner material to support achievement of learning
  • Selection of appropriate learning materials
  • Adaptation of existing learning materials
  • Use of appropriate learning materials
  • Role of the teacher
  • Class management
  • Teaching of the four skills of reading, writing, speaking and listening
  • Effective use of audio material
  • Effective use of video material
  • Effective use of the Internet
  • Effective use of pair work
  • Effective use of group work
  • One to one teaching
  • Effective use of role play
  • Effective use of simulation
  • Learner autonomy and the promotion of self-managed learning
  • Negotiated syllabi
  • Language analysis
  • Phonology
  • Assessment of learners' language learning achievements
  • Provision of appropriate feedback to learners on their achievements
  • Test design
  • Alternative methods of assessment
  • Evaluation and modification of lessons
  • Evaluation and modfication of lesson sequences
  • Evaluation and modification of courses
  • Evaluation of own teaching performance
  • Focus on Young Learners input session
  • Levels trained for & taught in teaching practice:Lower intermediate
    Intermediate
    Higher intermediate
    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
    Academic purposes
    Preparation for EFL examinations covered:Testing and Examinations input session
    Course summaryCambridge accredited CELTA course Courses are delivered at our newly opened dedicated teacher training facility in Oxford city centre. We have established a well-earned reputation as a leading CELTA training provider. During the course you will gain experience teaching genuine English language students in preparation for your teaching career. Courses start every month and run Monday to Friday.

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    1 customers reviews of CELTA

    CELTA
     Reviewed by Kev, Monday 18th of June 2012 09:15:20 AM

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    The course was of an exceptionally high standard throughout. Too many positives to list completely. Very fast paced and a very busy study / coursework / teaching practise schedule, but was fully expected and sold to me that way. The course tutors couldn\'t have been more supportive and encouraging. Our group of students on the whole rallied together when someone was finding a lesson or assignment difficult, much more so than any previous further or higher education course I have completed before. The student volunteers we taught were so much fun and willing to participate positively. Oxford is a magical place to study, buses everywhere, pubs n cafes too. My only criticism is, although the tutors helped us with where to find work, and ideas about where to teach and conditions in different parts of the world, there wasn\'t much in the way of professional contacts or direct links with schools overseas. The resources are excellent at the school but when I studied last year, the number of student teachers made it difficult to gain access to a computer at the school at some times of the day.

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