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COURSE CONTENT

COURSE CONTENT

1.1 The English Language: Some Characteristics 

1.2. Frequently Used Acronyms in the TEFL/TESOL Environment 

1.3. A Very Brief History of Some ELT Methods 

1.4. Teaching Approaches, Methods, and Techniques 

1.5 Total Focus on Communicative Language Teaching (CLT) 

1.6. L1 and L2 Learning 

1.7. Key Influences on L2 Learning 

1.8. Effective L2 Learning Strategies 

2.1. Word Classes (9 Parts of Speech) 

2.2. Verb Tenses and All-Tenses Chart 

3.1. What Makes a Competent and Effective TEFL/TESOL Teacher?

3.2. A Competent and Effective Teacher Facilitates Language Learning and Acquisition both Inside and Outside the Classroom

3.3. Students’ and the Teacher’s Expectations of Each Other

3.4. There’s More to the Teacher Role Than You Might Think

3.5. Getting to Grips with the School Syllabus

3.6. Learner Levels

3.7. False Beginners Versus Absolute Beginners

3.8 Practical Tips for the Beginner Level

3.9. Example Lesson Plan

4.1. Motivation 

4.2. How to Identify an Effective Learner in Your Class 

4.3. Learner Preferences 

4.4. Different Learning Strategies 

4.5. Learner Autonomy 

4.6. The Plateau Effect 

5.1. Phonological and Phonemic Awareness 

5.2. Pronunciation and Teaching Techniques 

5.3. Lexis and Vocabulary 

5.4. Connotation and Denotation 

5.5. Appropriacy in Relation to Cultural Contextualization 

5.6. Word Formation 

5.7. Word Relationships 

5.8. Phrasal Verbs, Idioms and Collocations 

5.9. Language Functions 

5.10. Language Analysis 

6.1. Grammar 

6.2. English Language Grammar 

6.3. Main Parts of a Sentence 

6.4. Modals 

6.5. Voice, Mood and Theme 

6.6. Cohesion 

6.7. Register 

6.8. Teaching Grammar 

7.1 Teaching Listening 

7.2. Teaching Speaking 

7.3. Teaching Writing 

7.4. Teaching Reading 

8.1. Lesson Objectives and Goals 

8.2. Various Lesson Objectives 

8.3. Purpose and Principles of Lesson Planning 

8.4. Deciding What to Present for Learning 

8.5. Logical and Sequenced Planning 

8.6. Main Components of a Lesson Plan 

8.7. 5 Step Lesson Plan and Explanation of the 5 Key Steps 

8.8. Full Example of the 5 Step Lesson Plan in Action, Plus Lesson Worksheets 

8.9. Controlled and Uncontrolled Exercises/Activities 

8.10. Evaluate – Check – Reflect 

8.11. Following and Adapting Your Lesson Plan 

8.12. Planning Time 

8.13. Post-Lesson Evaluation and Reflection 

8.14. Future Lesson Planning 

9.1. Paralinguistics 

9.2. Using the Board 

9.3. TTT, Eliciting, Concept Checking, Giving Instructions and Questioning 

9.4. Feedback and Correction 

9.5. Testing and Assessment 

9.6. Supplementary Materials 

10.1. Grouping Learners 

10.2. Classroom Space 

10.3. Teaching Large Multi-Level Classes 

10.4. Classroom Discipline 

10.5. Classroom Dynamics 

10.6. Cross-Cultural Aspects in the Classroom 

10.7. Professional Responsibilities in the Workplace 

PRICING

Basic

$49.99

60 Hour Teaching English Online Course

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  • 60 total training hours
  • Open enrollment
  • Self-paced (must be completed in 6 months)
  • Tutor support
  • Option to enroll in 150-hour course

Advanced

$249.99

120 Hour TEFL Certificate Course

ENROL NOW

  • 120 total training hours
  • Online coursework for 12 weeks
  • Cohort of peers
  • Dedicated course tutor
  • 20 hours of practicum

PRICING

Basic

$49.99

60 Hour Teaching English Online Course

ENROL NOW

  • 60 total training hours
  • Open enrollment
  • Self-paced (must be completed in 6 months)
  • Tutor support
  • Option to enroll in 150-hour course

Advanced

$249.99

120 Hour TEFL Certificate Course

ENROL NOW

  • 120 total training hours
  • Online coursework for 12 weeks
  • Cohort of peers
  • Dedicated course tutor
  • 20 hours of practicum