OUR course: CELTO-TEYL

THE online course for teaching online including teaching young learners

course contents
Certificate in English Language Teaching Online including Young Learners

Part 1

Unit 1: Teaching Online
  • Why teach online? Freedom. Flexibility.  Types of students. Self- development. Low costs.
  • Preparing to teach online. Professionalism. Patience. Persistence. Willingness to market yourself.
  • Technical know-how. Linguistic tools. Teaching tools.  Sense of humour.
  • What kind of teacher will you be?
  • The role of the teacher
Unit 6: Planning Your Teaching
  • Proper Planning Promotes Professional Performance
  • Deciding your aims
  • Structuring your lesson
  • Making the best use of your plan
  • Self-evaluation
Unit 2: Bringing About Success
  • Helping your students succeed
  • Encouraging production
  • Ask don’t tell
  • Encouraging fluency
Unit 7: Finding and Keeping Your Students
  • The student ‘lifestyle’
  • The challenges of practising L2 in a totally L1 environment
  • Groups or individuals?
  • How can we recognise progress?
Unit 3: The Basic Principles of All TEFL/TESOL
  • Looking after your students
  • Using realistic language – shortened forms – accent
  • Keeping students’ interest – LTTT – how to LTTT
  • Correction
Unit 8: Practice, Production and Progress
  • Sources for materials
  • The challenges of practising L2 in a totally L1 environment
  • Groups or individuals?
  • How can we recognise progress?
Unit 4: Teaching Grammar
  • Making grammar interesting
  • Different grammar perspectives
  • Inductive v deductive grammar
  • Chinglish, Konglish and their cousins
  • How to teach grammar
  • (includes Back to Basics Grammar)
Unit 9: Designing Materials and Courses
  • Sources for materials
  • Creating your own materials
  • Becoming a course designer
Unit 5: Teaching Pronunciation
 

  • Why do we all sound different?
  • Diagnosing pronunciation problems
  • Raising awareness
  • The most common problems
  • Useful and engaging methods
  • (includes IPA)
Unit 10: Establishing and Growing an Online Presence
  • Using social media
  • Using ESL websites
  • Building your own website
Part 2
Unit 1: Characteristics of Young Language Learners
  • Become aware of the differences between teaching students of different age groups
  • Learn some typical characteristics of young children, older children and teenagers as language learners
  • Consider the implications of that knowledge for teaching EFL
Unit 3: Managing Young Language Learners
  • Learn about ways to make young learners feel secure in class
  • Consider the benefits of different ways of grouping students
  • Learn about the main strategies of teaching mixed-ability classes
Unit 2: How Young Learners Learn Best
  • Consider cognitive abilities of young learners and what impact those abilities have on the way they acquire language
  • Learn about ways to exploit children’s love of fun and games and their natural capacity for imagination in the classroom. Understand how to create an optimal learning environment
Sample certificate
course contents
Unit 1: Teaching Online
  • Why teach online? Freedom. Flexibility.  Types of students. Self- development. Low costs.
  • Preparing to teach online. Professionalism. Patience. Persistence. Willingness to market.
  • Yourself. Technical know-how. Linguistic tools. Teaching tools. Sense of humour.
  • What kind of teacher will you be?
  • The role of the teacher
Unit 2: Bringing About Success
  • Helping your students succeed
  • Encouraging production
  • Ask don’t tell
  • Encouraging fluency
Unit 3: The Basic Principles of All TEFL/TESOL
  • Looking after your students
  • Using realistic language – shortened forms – accent
  • Keeping students’ interest – LTTT – how to LTTT
  • Correction
Unit 4: Teaching Grammar
  • Making grammar interesting
  • Different grammar perspectives
  • Inductive v deductive grammar
  • Chinglish, Konglish and their cousins
  • How to teach grammar
  • (includes Back to Basics Grammar)
Unit 5: Teaching Pronunciation
  • Why do we all sound different?
  • Diagnosing pronunciation problems
  • Raising awareness
  • The most common problems
  • Useful and engaging methods
  • (includes IPA)
Unit 6: Planning Your Teaching
  • Proper Planning Promotes Professional Performance
  • Deciding your aims
  • Structuring your lesson
  • Making the best use of your plan
  • Self-evaluation
Unit 7: Finding and Keeping your Students
  • First decision: How will you work?
  • Build a comprehensive client base
  • Don’t be afraid of networking
  • Consider how you’ll demand a good rate
  • Choose your platform and technology
Unit 8: Practice Production and Progress
  • The student ‘lifestyle’
  • The challenges of practising L2 in a totally L1 environment
  • Groups or individuals?
  • How can we recognise progress?
Unit 9: Designing Materials and Courses
  • Sources for materials
  • Creating your own materials
  • Becoming a course designer
Unit 10: Establishing and Growing an Online Presence
  • Using social media
  • Using ESL websites
  • Building your own website

CELTO-TEYL Course Fees include:

  • All the training you need to become a successful online English teacher with the freedom to work anywhere, anytime!
  • The expertise of our team of highly qualified trainers.
  • The security of gaining an internationally recognised qualification.
  • The CELTO-TEYL issued by ALAP, the awarding body (on successful completion).
  • Possibility of an online teaching position if required – conditions apply.
  • Please note: there are no set start dates and no time limits



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