Location: Online course
Course Access: 12 Months
Exam Included: Yes
Entry Requirements: None
Compatibility: All major devices
This fully certified TEFL course is a gateway into the world of teaching English abroad.
A TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) certificate is your ticket to an interesting and rewarding profession in education. The 120-hour TEFL course provides students with enough background and practice to prepare to teach English as a second language.
The TEFL 120 Hour online course offers top quality materials, full accreditation and key skill-building techniques with 120 hours of quality content to learn from.
The course consists of 12 modules that will equip you with the necessary skills you need to teach English to students across the globe. The course is delivered through detailed and engaging modules, real-life scenarios and a final examination to qualify. You’ll have access to a tutor during your course who will offer you support, so you can feel confident whether you’re brand-new to teaching or already have previous experience.
Key Learning Points
In this course, we’ll take you through learning modules that will prepare you for your brand-new adventure. You’ll learn:
How to inspire students who are brand-new to the English language.
How to utilise a trainee’s main language to teach them a new language.
The basics of linguistics, which will assist bridge the space between the students’ primary language and English.
All the reading, composing, speaking, and listening skills you will need to impart in your trainees.
Fundamental pedagogical methods
Classroom management techniques
How to get started working abroad
Benefits of the course
There are a number of benefits for students who complete the professional TEFL certificate, these include;
Gain key skills in areas such as lesson planning for reading, composing, speaking and listening lessons
Earn an intentionally recognised CPD certification.
Experience new cultures
The joy of travelling
Enjoy adventurous activities
More options for jobs across the world
Personal tutor support
12 month study time
PPP and ESA
PPP - Presentation, Practice, and Production
ESA - Engage, Study, and Activate
Understanding Lesson planning
Understanding lesson planning
Components of a lesson plan
Example of a lesson plan
Duties of a skilled EFL teacher
Organising the board
Grammar skills and the ability to explain grammar simply
Discipline and Motivation
Correcting students’ errors
Discipline issues in the EFL
Sparking student motivation
Education and Entertainment
Games and activities
Entertainment and education
Teaching business English
Transitioning to a career in TEFL
First Day Scenario
Advantages and challenges of teaching large classes
Strategies for coping with large classes
Activities to use in Large Classes
Fun is universal
Good for any level
The Early-Learning teacher’s tools
Early Learning Language Acquisition
What to expect and when
Ten hints for keeping the class in English
Learning across the curriculum - Black is Black!
Crocodile and a few monkeys
During the interview
Demonstration lesson: A chance to show off
Learning more about Life Abroad
Internet Resources for Learning More and about Life Abroad