Help people to bulldoze the language barrier with the 150-hour online TEFL Master course. A comprehensive course designed to cover everything you need to know about teaching English to foreign language students, the course can get you up to speed and ready to impart your linguistic prowess in no time. Consolidating the theory of the English language and recognised teaching practices into a single, universally accessible learning program, the course covers the core module, the five units of the TKT preparation course and all three specialist teaching modules in an easy-to-follow format. Opening up a world of possibilities for you, there’s no better addition to your CV than the TEFL Master course.
What you need to know:
- Accredited course
- Study at your own pace from the comfort of your home
- Eight, easy to follow modules
- Online support available from trainer and other students
- Job placement assistance
- Certificate upon successful completion
Outlines the course before moving on to areas such as adult learning principles, methodologies and English grammar.
Covers lesson planning, along with classroom management and discipline. This section also touches on using drama in class.
Looks at the teaching of vocabulary and the use of technology, games and activities in the classroom. It also examines the development of speaking skills and how to correct errors.
This module focuses on the development of listening and writing skills, as well as error correction in writing. This section also introduces integrated language skills and learner feedback.
With the emphasis on spoken English, dialogue drills and pronunciation is covered along with a sample lesson plan and the selection and creation of classroom activities.
Development of reading skills, use of a coursebook and creation of course materials is discussed, with cooperative learning and English for specific purposes also covered.
This module goes into extra detail on classroom management, covering the addressing of problems in the adult classroom, along with managing larger classes, learner autonomy and seating arrangements. The teaching of business-orientated English is also touched on, along with developing critical thinking skills.
The teaching of English to children is focused on, evaluating and assessing progress. Learning strategies as well as applying for a job in the field is also looked at before participants move on to a final test to check their understanding of material across all the modules.