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TEFL- Teaching English as a Foreign Language
With the explosion of English as a means of global communication, many teaching professionals have extended their boundaries by teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL), allowing 1000's of professionals offer their skills in different countries such as Korea, China, Brazil, China, France and many more.
To ensure that these professionals are well equipped to teach abroad, we have structured a part time and a full time orTEFL/TESOL course that incorporate the most up-to-date teaching methods including:
Theory – the latest in international trends and approaches
Practice - in depth teaching environment application
Development – student analysis, lesson planning, material design and more.
How recognized is it? TESOL International is institutional member of the College of Teachers, the United Kingdom's primary associations of TESOL/TEFL professionals, and abides by its rules. Our courses are monitored by a Board of International Advisors. They come to our locations, talk to the graduates and check the course results and locations to assure that our trainees receive the quality training they desire. TESOL International is affiliated with London City College.
How long is the course? * Course Duration: 4 weeks - 120 Hours (full time) or 6 months - 120 hours (part time) * 7 days onsite teaching practice for combination course
Is it exam based or only assignments or both?
There will be assignments and a test at the end.
How will I get the study materials, because the postal service is bad where I am?
All study materials are online, including videos + reading material
Is this course accredited? If so, by who? Our organization is Institutional Member of the College of Teachers in the UK. As part of this organization we guarantee our customers an exceptional product, excellent tutor support, and Teaching Practice Guidance. Our graduates work in over 50 countries around the world and are employed with the certificate they received from us. Our teachers and tutors worldwide are skilled professionals in the field of Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. They hold Master degrees in TESOL and take pride in their work.
How does Tesol compare with Celta? There is not a lot difference between them. The differences lie in the detail rather than in the broad aims of the schemes. Neither requires course participants to be 'native speakers' and neither requires them to be graduates. Courses tend to be of similar length, cover similar syllabus areas and require a minimum of six hours observed and assessed teaching practice per candidate as well as observation of experienced teachers. The TESOL course contains information about teaching young learners which the CELTA course doesn't have.