TESOL & TEFL:
Frequently Asked Questions

What is TEFL?

How does TEFL stand for?

The abbreviation TEFL stands for Teaching English as a Foreign Language. The TEFL certificate confirms the sufficient qualifications for teaching English to students for whom it is not native and who do not live in an English-speaking country. For example, international students in China, Korea, Japan, Thailand, Portugal, Italy, etc.

How does TESOL stand for?

The abbreviation TESOL stands for Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages. The transcript of TESOL indicates that this certificate gives the right to teach English to students living in any country - both in English and not. With this certificate, you can teach students not only in Asia and Europe but also in the USA, England, Canada.

What is TESOL?
What does the TEFL / TESOL certificate give?

What does the TEFL & TESOL certificate give?

TEFL & TESOL is a license that gives you the right to teach English around the world and confirms your level of knowledge and proficiency in this language. Our certificates are accredited by the UK ACCRIN Center and are recognized by employers around the world

Can TEFL and TESOL be mentioned in one certificate?

Of course, it can! The course includes topics for teaching English as a foreign language, as well as modules about teaching students using English outside the classroom.

The simultaneous indication of TEFL and TESOL in the certificate extends the teacher's chances of gaining a job. TEFL is for those targeting Asia. It is an advantage for the recognition of teachers to Asian kindergartens and schools.

TESOL is quoted in English-speaking countries, where there are many teacher vacancies for immigrants for English courses.

A certificate TEFL and TESOL is your competitive advantage and the ability to get a job anywhere you want.

TEFL / TESOL certificate
CELTA certificate

How does CELTA stand for?

The abbreviation CELTA stands for Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults. CELTA is suitable for those who are already an English teacher and want to increase their level.

What is the difference between TEFL, TESOL, and CELTA?

The TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) certificate is suitable for those who want to educate English in non-English speaking countries, such as Asia or Europe. With this certificate, you will be able to teach English to students for whom it is not native.

The TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) certificate allows a tutor to teach English to students anywhere in the world. TESOL frees up more opportunities: you can educate English to students for whom it is not native, not only in Asia and Europe but also in England, the USA, or Canada.

The CELTA certificate (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults) provides you to teach English to adults. The CELTA certificate is developed to improve the teacher's qualifications.

TEFL & TESOL are suitable for those who have an intermediate level of English and do not have education practice. To obtain the CELTA certificate - you need to be a current English teacher.

Which certificate is more friendly to get?

TEFL and TESOL certifications are easier to obtain than CELTA, and now we will explain why.

Passing the course online

You can pass TEFL and TESOL remotely. To get CELTA you must attend the face-to-face classes. Therefore, if there are no accredited CELTA centers in your city, you will have to travel to another city or country for a month, which will significantly grow the cost of certification.

Cost of education

For CELTA, you will have to pay about $1200, excluding the cost of travel and accommodation in the city where the course takes place. You can get a certificate that includes both TEFL and TESOL in our company for only $ 129, considering the current promotion.

English language proficiency

To obtain a CELTA certificate, you must pass an entrance exam to confirm the level of English, which must be at least C1. Training and consultation are also conducted only in English because the purpose of certification is to improve teaching skills.

Anyone who speaks English at a level of B1 (Intermediate) and higher can get a TEFL & TESOL certificate in our center.

An advantage of our courses is the possibility of retaking the exam in the case of failure.

Besides, the TEFL & TESOL course will train you on how to teach English on Skype. You will also receive guidance and advice from your trainer on how to improve the lesson plan and comments on your lesson.

Experience in teaching

TEFL and TESOL are not only for teachers but also for those with no teaching experience. The programs include modules devoted to methods of teaching English to children, adults, adolescents. The modules involve materials on how to teach students Business English, how to educate engineers, lawyers, accountants, and people in other professions.

CELTA certification is suitable for experienced teachers looking to improve their level. For these courses, a person must know grammar perfectly not only in theory but also in practice. The teaching uses grammatical terms, descriptions of teaching methods, and technologies. If you do not have practical teaching experience, then the CELTA will be difficult for you.

How to get TEFL & TESOL certificate?

1
You contact with our managers.
2
You choose a suitable package, consisting of 120, 150, or 250 hours of training and pay for it.
3
Take your course online at your speed, where we help, coordinate, and guide you. We can also provide an additional service to ensure you receive the highest A-score certification.
4
You pass the exam with a minimum of 60% correct answers and receive a TEFL & TESOL certificate. You can retake the exam if you cannot get the required number of points the first time.
5
We help you to create an effective resume and find a vacancy that suits all the parameters.
6
You work for pleasure in the selected country or online and get a good salary!
TESOL Sertificate

How much does a TEFL / TESOL course cost?

You can buy a TESOL certificate with a preliminary completion of the online course for only $199 to $365. The price includes:

 

Online course with training materials.

 

A transcript of the course with a description of the program that you completed.

 

Assistance in preparing your high-quality resume.

 

Unlimited supervision of employment issues.

 

Lifetime access to a database of 36 000 vacancies in 52 countries and online vacancies.

 

Book «100 Ideas for Teaching English» - a great assistant to the enthusiastic English teacher.

How to buy a TEFL / TESOL certificate without an exam?

We heartily recommend taking the course responsibly and passing the exam yourself. All tests are based on the information gained during the course. If you are a responsible student, you can easily pass them with the highest score.

We provide the service "Assistance for guaranteed passing exams with the highest score." This help will be useful to those who are working or have already found a job and now busy with moving and preparing documents. If during the learning process you understand that you need help, you can purchase this service at any time. In other cases, it is quite possible to cope with the exam and get a TEFL & TESOL certificate on your own.

In addition, for each student, we have a personal Native Speaker, so you can ask any questions during the learning process.

TESOL certificate without an exam

How the course is organized?

Our course is online, but the certificate does not reveal that. The training time is from 120 to 250 academic hours, depending on the package you choose.

The training includes several stages:

  1. You pay for the course in full or by making an advance payment of 50%.
  2. You get access to the selected materials and start learning.
  3. You pass an exam to obtain a TEFL & TESOL certificate.

You freely choose the speed of studying, based on your employment or perception of information. Some students choose intensive training and complete the course in a few weeks. While others need several months to master the material.

Access to the course will be open for you for 6 months. For the Expert program, intended for 250 hours, materials will be available for 8 months.

The course consists of modules, after each you need to pass a mini exam to test your knowledge. You have several tries, and we will count the best result. All tests and exams are based on the data that you learn during the course.

The training materials are text files and video lessons. Videos are examples of live lessons for different age groups.

During training, you will have the opportunity to ask questions about the material to your trainer, download data to your computer, and enter your personal account at any suitable time. You can choose the speed, schedule, and place of your classes at your preference.

At the end of the course, you need to pass an exam to obtain a certificate and get at least 60% of the correct answers. In addition, you need to plan your lesson.

Do not worry - the course includes an example of a plan, a template that you can use, and a choice of lesson topics.

If you compare the course responsibly, then you will not have any problems with completing the training, and you will be able to pass the TESOL & TEFL exam for the required score.

What are the deadlines for the course?

online access to the course

Access to the course will be open to you for six months. For the Expert program, intended for 250 hours, materials will be accessible for eight months.

Deadline

The deadline is planned "with a margin" so that you have enough time to complete training at a calm pace, without delaying getting a certificate on the back burner.

Successful passing of the exam

If you compare the course responsibly, then you will not have any problems with completing the training, and you will be able to pass the TESOL & TEFL exam for the needed score.

What is the difference between course packages for 120, 150, and 250 hours?

  120 hours

It is enough for employment to complete 120 hours. We recommend it for beginners. The package includes 6 modules, 150 hours - 10 modules, 250 hours - 21 modules. Of course, a different number of modules assumes a different set of topics covered.

  150 hours

The Master Course includes 150 hours of training and shows an employer that you have put in more effort than the standards require. The package involves modules about business English, English for academic purposes, as well as methods of teaching language in a college or institute. Besides, there is a module dedicated to content-language integrated learning CLIL - a popular pedagogical method in foreign education.

  250 hours

The Expert Course is the recognition of your expertise by employers and the opportunity to earn above-average salaries in the industry. Benefits are in deep learning the Business English that takes 40 hours, Online Teaching (40 hours), and Teaching of Children (40 hours). A bonus to this course is composing a personalized reference letter, which can be a plus for your CV.

Compare online course packages to find
the best one that suits your needs

Specification
Profi  
Master  
Expert  
Price

$199 instead of $400

$235 instead of $470
Bestseller!

$365 instead of $730

Hours
120
150
250
Topics
18
19
22
Modules
6
10
13
Open Access
 
6 months
 
6 months
 
8 months
 
Named Licensed Certificate
ACCRIN Accreditation
Suitability for Work Visas
Suitability for Online Teaching
No Mark of Online Passing
Unique Authentication Number
With Stamp, Hologram, QR and Barcode
Certificate Validity Period
UNLIMITED
UNLIMITED
UNLIMITED
Course Decryption
Lifetime Job Search Support
Personal Native Speaker Trainer
Learning Resources
Personal Area
Grammar unit
 
Pronunciation unit
 
Interactive Testing
Use of Technology in Work
Lesson Plan Assignment
How to teach Speaking, Writing, Reading, Listening skills
 
How to teach English to children
 
How to teach English to adolescents
 
How to teach English to adults
 
How to Teach Business English
How to Teach ESP
Specialized English Teaching
Video Lessons
Downloading All Training Materials
Forum Access
Technical Support
Content-Language Integrated Learning (CLIL)
Advanced Teaching English Online
 
Advanced Business English Teaching
 
Advanced Teaching English to Young Learners
 
Bonus: a specialized course with recommendations on how to create a resume, prepare for an interview, and find a job quickly.
 
Reference letter
 
Grammar guide brochure
 

$ 400

$ 199

$ 470

$ 235

$ 730

$ 365

What are the requirements for candidates to receive a certificate?

To complete the course, you need a desire to be an English teacher and a minimum level of English B1 (Intermediate). No previous teaching experience, linguistic education, or additional qualifications are required.

We recommend checking your knowledge yourself before taking the course to make sure you understand all the materials.

Each student is personally responsible for the level of his knowledge. If your English is lower than B1 (Intermediate), it will be difficult for you to comprehend the information and pass the TESOL & TEFL exam.

If you do not know English well enough - read articles on our blog, watch TV shows in English, read authentic literature, and we are sure that soon you will receive your esteemed certificate and the opportunity to live by the ocean, receiving a good salary.

According to the official guidelines of the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages), a student with a B1 (Intermediate) level of English:

  • Understands basic ideas on familiar topics that are regularly encountered at work, school, on vacation, etc.
  • Can communicate in most situations that may arise while in an English-speaking country.
  • Can compose a simple, logical text on topics that he is familiar with.
  • Can describe impressions, events, dreams, hopes and aspirations, state and substantiate his opinions and plans.

We recommend you take a short test to understand how easy for you to communicate in English. Try composing an essay orally and on the go about:

  • your dreams and hopes for the future in your professional sphere,
  • television preferences and favorite programs,
  • your education and plans for future training,
  • maintaining a healthy lifestyle,
  • relationships and acquaintances, including communication with people on social networks, etc.

What is included in the program of the TEFL TESOL 120 «Profi» course?

Module 1

  1. Introduction
  2. Advantages
  3. About the Course
  4. Getting started
  5. TEFL, TESL and TESOL definitions
  6. Student role
  7. Identifying a student
  8. Teacher role
  9. Useful terminology
  10. Specific characteristics of the English Language
  11. Things That Make English Difficult for Foreigners to Learn
  12. Glossary of terms
  13. Language teaching methodologies
  14. Communicative Approach
  15. Teaching Methods
  16. Teaching Style
  17. Classroom diversity
  18. The Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR)

Module 2

  1. Differences between child and adult language learners
  2. Teaching children
  3. Activities for children
  4. Keeping Teenagers interested
  5. Activities for teenagers
  6. Handling exam classes
  7. The Importance of Data-Based Decision Making
  8. Needs Analysis
  9. English for Specific Purposes
  10. English for Academic Purposes
  11. Business English
  12. CLIL
  13. CALL
  14. One-to-One English Lessons

Module 3

  1. Managing your Classroom
  2. Classroom management and manner
  3. Teacher Talk
  4. Task Giving instructions
  5. Tips for successful instruction
  6. Gestures
  7. Task and Tips
  8. Interaction
  9. Interaction Tips
  10. Manner
  11. Putting Students into Pairs and Groups
  12. Organising your board

Module 4

  1. Grammar
  2. Spelling It Out
  3. Forming Plurals of Nouns
  4. Adding Prefixes and Suffixes
  5. The English Way
  6. Commonly confused Words
  7. Parts of Speech
  8. Sentence Structure
  9. Verb Varieties
  10. The Nature of Pronunciation
  11. Accent
  12. Accuracy and Fluency
  13. Consonant and Vowel Sounds
  14. The th sound
  15. The r sound
  16. The l sound
  17. The η sound
  18. The b, v and w sounds
  19. The d3 sound
  20. The sound I
  21. The e sound
  22. The short a sound
  23. The vowels of r
  24. The ʌ sound
  25. The oo sound
  26. The au or aw sound
  27. The o spelling pattern
  28. Situational presentations
  29. Tips for situational presentations
  30. Focusing on language via a text
  31. Focusing on language via a recording
  32. Test Teach Test approach
  33. Tips for Test Teach Test approach
  34. Task Based Learning
  35. Task Based Learning example lessons
  36. Focusing on language – lexis
  37. Problems when learning new lexis
  38. The PROS and CONS of students using dictionaries
  39. Tips to illustrate meaning effectively
  40. Help the students to remember what they have learnt

Module 5

  1. Productive Competences
  2. The nature of spoken discourse and how to teach it
  3. The process of writing and how to teach it
  4. Foreign language mediation. New skills for English language teaching
  5. Teaching Speaking
  6. Accuracy and Fluency
  7. Diagnosing ESL students spoken English
  8. Guidelines for preparing speaking lessons
  9. A strategic approach to teaching speaking
  10. Ice Breakers
  11. Warm-up Fillers Games
  12. Fluency activities
  13. Integrated Skills Activities
  14. Focused Practice Activities
  15. Tips to Make Activities More Effective
  16. Teaching Writing Lessons
  17. Writing as product and process
  18. Guidelines for preparing writing lessons
  19. A strategic approach to teaching writing
  20. Writing is a process of discovery
  21. Six-stage cycle
  22. Giving feedback
  23. Prewriting, planning, and strategies
  24. Writing topics and strategies
  25. Editing and revising
  26. Receptive Competences
  27. Reading, listening and viewing as interactive processes
  28. Reading, listening and viewing as complex competences
  29. Challenges of receptive processes in foreign language contexts
  30. Process-oriented text reception
  31. Different genres, goals, purposes and strategies related to reception
  32. Teaching Reading
  33. Guidelines for preparing reading lessons
  34. A Strategic approach to Teaching Reading
  35. Bottom-up and Top-down processings
  36. Tips and Guidelines
  37. Intensive and Extensive Reading
  38. Teaching Text Structure
  39. Pre-reading activities
  40. Reading activities
  41. Post-Reading activities
  42. Intensive Activities
  43. Extensive Activities
  44. Teaching Listening
  45. Staging a Listening Skills Lesson
  46. Problems of _Real-Life_ Listening
  47. Tips (to help the students)
  48. Tips (to help the teacher)
  49. Basic Listening Comprehension Activities
  50. Specific Listening Skills Activities
  51. Integrated Skills Activitie

Module 6

  1. Better Lesson Plans, Better Lessons
  2. Stages
  3. What is a Lesson Warm-Up
  4. A learning objective
  5. The Presentation Stage as Direct Instructions
  6. Guided and Independent Practice
  7. Evaluation, an End-of-Lesson Assessment
  8. Assessment Overview. Formative vs. Summative
  9. The Role of Homework
  10. Assessing Student Understanding
  11. Checking Understanding
  12. Lesson plan template
  13. Anticipating Problems
  14. Lesson planning. What would you do if...
  15. Using Course Book and Authentic Materials
  16. Testing Students
  17. Technology as an aid to learning
  18. Tips for writing a good lesson plan
  19. Looking at the TEFL Marketplace

What is included in the TEFL TESOL 150 «Master» course?

Module 1

  1. Introduction
  2. Advantages
  3. About the Course
  4. Getting started
  5. TEFL, TESL and TESOL definitions
  6. Student role
  7. Identifying a student
  8. Teacher role
  9. Useful terminology
  10. Specific characteristics of the English Language
  11. Things That Make English Difficult for Foreigners to Learn
  12. Glossary of terms
  13. Language teaching methodologies
  14. Communicative Approach
  15. Teaching Methods
  16. Teaching Style
  17. Classroom diversity
  18. The Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR)

Module 2

  1. Differences between child and adult language learners
  2. Teaching children
  3. Activities for children
  4. Keeping Teenagers interested
  5. Activities for teenagers
  6. Handling exam classes
  7. The Importance of Data-Based Decision Making
  8. Needs Analysis
  9. English for Specific Purposes
  10. English for Academic Purposes
  11. Business English
  12. CLIL
  13. CALL
  14. One-to-One English Lessons

Module 3

  1. Managing your Classroom
  2. Classroom management and manner
  3. Teacher Talk
  4. Task Giving instructions
  5. Tips for successful instruction
  6. Gestures
  7. Task and Tips
  8. Interaction
  9. Interaction Tips
  10. Manner
  11. Putting Students into Pairs and Groups
  12. Organising your board

Module 4

  1. Situational presentations
  2. Tips for situational presentations
  3. Focusing on language via a text
  4. Focusing on language via a recording
  5. Test Teach Test approach
  6. Tips for Test Teach Test approach
  7. Task Based Learning
  8. Task Based Learning example lessons
  9. Focusing on language – lexis
  10. Problems when learning new lexis
  11. The PROS and CONS of students using dictionaries
  12. Tips to illustrate meaning effectively
  13. Help the students to remember what they have learnt

Module 5

  1. Grammar
  2. Spelling It Out
  3. Forming Plurals of Nouns
  4. Adding Prefixes and Suffixes
  5. The English Way
  6. Commonly confused Words
  7. Parts of Speech
  8. Sentence Structure
  9. Verb Varieties

Module 6

  1. The Nature of Pronunciation
  2. Accent
  3. Accuracy and Fluency
  4. Consonant and Vowel Sounds
  5. The th sound
  6. The r sound
  7. The l sound
  8. The η sound
  9. The b, v and w sounds
  10. The d3 sound
  11. The sound I
  12. The e sound
  13. The short a sound
  14. The vowels of r
  15. The ʌ sound
  16. The oo sound
  17. The au or aw sound
  18. The o spelling pattern

Module 7

  1. Productive Competences
  2. The nature of spoken discourse and how to teach it
  3. The process of writing and how to teach it
  4. Foreign language mediation. New skills for English language teaching
  5. Teaching Speaking
  6. Accuracy and Fluency
  7. Diagnosing ESL students spoken English
  8. Guidelines for preparing speaking lessons
  9. A strategic approach to teaching speaking
  10. Ice Breakers
  11. Warm-up Fillers Games
  12. Fluency activities
  13. Integrated Skills Activities
  14. Focused Practice Activities
  15. Tips to Make Activities More Effective
  16. Teaching Writing Lessons
  17. Writing as product and process
  18. Guidelines for preparing writing lessons
  19. A strategic approach to teaching writing
  20. Writing is a process of discovery
  21. Six-stage cycle
  22. Giving feedback
  23. Prewriting, planning, and strategies
  24. Writing topics and strategies
  25. Editing and revising

Module 8

  1. Receptive Competences
  2. Reading, listening and viewing as interactive processes
  3. Reading, listening and viewing as complex competences
  4. Challenges of receptive processes in foreign language contexts
  5. Process-oriented text reception
  6. Different genres, goals, purposes and strategies related to reception
  7. Teaching Reading
  8. Guidelines for preparing reading lessons
  9. A Strategic approach to Teaching Reading
  10. Bottom-up and Top-down processings
  11. Tips and Guidelines
  12. Intensive and Extensive Reading
  13. Teaching Text Structure
  14. Pre-reading activities
  15. Reading activities
  16. Post-Reading activities
  17. Intensive Activities
  18. Extensive Activities
  19. Teaching Listening
  20. Staging a Listening Skills Lesson
  21. Problems of _Real-Life_ Listening
  22. Tips (to help the students)
  23. Tips (to help the teacher)
  24. Basic Listening Comprehension Activities
  25. Specific Listening Skills Activities
  26. Integrated Skills Activities

Module 9

  1. Better Lesson Plans, Better Lessons
  2. Stages
  3. What is a Lesson Warm-Up
  4. A learning objective
  5. The Presentation Stage as Direct Instructions
  6. Guided and Independent Practice
  7. Evaluation, an End-of-Lesson Assessment
  8. Assessment Overview. Formative vs. Summative
  9. The Role of Homework
  10. Assessing Student Understanding
  11. Checking Understanding
  12. Lesson plan template
  13. Anticipating Problems
  14. Lesson planning. What would you do if...
  15. Using Course Book and Authentic Materials
  16. Testing Students
  17. Technology as an aid to learning
  18. Tips for writing a good lesson plan

Module 10

  1. Understanding and defining Teaching Online
  2. Creating intrinsic motivation
  3. A variety of educational opportunities
  4. Main platforms and approaches
  5. Teaching via an online learning platform
  6. Teaching via Skype
  7. Discovering the benefits
  8. Technology and Tools
  9. How to Teach Online
  10. Helping Beginners
  11. Challenges for teachers
  12. Teachers of the Future
  13. How to create an online course
  14. How to become a First-Class Online EFL Teacher
  15. Summary and Get started your career as online teacher
  16. Looking at the TEFL Marketplace

What is included in the TEFL TESOL 250 «Expert» course?

Module 1

  1. Introduction
  2. Advantages
  3. About the Course
  4. Getting started
  5. TEFL, TESL and TESOL definitions
  6. Student role
  7. Identifying a student
  8. Teacher role
  9. Useful terminology
  10. Specific characteristics of the English Language
  11. Things That Make English Difficult for Foreigners to Learn
  12. Glossary of terms
  13. Language teaching methodologies
  14. Communicative Approach
  15. Teaching Methods
  16. Teaching Style
  17. Classroom diversity
  18. The Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR)

Module 2

  1. Differences between child and adult language learners
  2. Teaching children
  3. Activities for children
  4. Keeping Teenagers interested
  5. Activities for teenagers
  6. Handling exam classes
  7. The Importance of Data-Based Decision Making
  8. Needs Analysis
  9. English for Specific Purposes
  10. English for Academic Purposes
  11. Business English
  12. CLIL
  13. CALL
  14. One-to-One English Lessons

Module 3

  1. Managing your Classroom
  2. Classroom management and manner
  3. Teacher Talk
  4. Task Giving instructions
  5. Tips for successful instruction
  6. Gestures
  7. Task and Tips
  8. Interaction
  9. Interaction Tips
  10. Manner
  11. Putting Students into Pairs and Groups
  12. Organising your board

Module 4

  1. Situational presentations
  2. Tips for situational presentations
  3. Focusing on language via a text
  4. Focusing on language via a recording
  5. Test Teach Test approach
  6. Tips for Test Teach Test approach
  7. Task Based Learning
  8. Task Based Learning example lessons
  9. Focusing on language – lexis
  10. Problems when learning new lexis
  11. The PROS and CONS of students using dictionaries
  12. Tips to illustrate meaning effectively
  13. Help the students to remember what they have learnt

Module 5

  1. Grammar
  2. Spelling It Out
  3. Forming Plurals of Nouns
  4. Adding Prefixes and Suffixes
  5. The English Way
  6. Commonly confused Words
  7. Parts of Speech
  8. Sentence Structure
  9. Verb Varieties

Module 6

  1. The Nature of Pronunciation
  2. Accent
  3. Accuracy and Fluency
  4. Consonant and Vowel Sounds
  5. The th sound
  6. The r sound
  7. The l sound
  8. The η sound
  9. The b, v and w sounds
  10. The d3 sound
  11. The sound I
  12. The e sound
  13. The short a sound
  14. The vowels of r
  15. The ʌ sound
  16. The oo sound
  17. The au or aw sound
  18. The o spelling pattern

Module 7

  1. Productive Competences
  2. The nature of spoken discourse and how to teach it
  3. The process of writing and how to teach it
  4. Foreign language mediation. New skills for English language teaching
  5. Teaching Speaking
  6. Accuracy and Fluency
  7. Diagnosing ESL students spoken English
  8. Guidelines for preparing speaking lessons
  9. A strategic approach to teaching speaking
  10. Ice Breakers
  11. Warm-up Fillers Games
  12. Fluency activities
  13. Integrated Skills Activities
  14. Focused Practice Activities
  15. Tips to Make Activities More Effective
  16. Teaching Writing Lessons
  17. Writing as product and process
  18. Guidelines for preparing writing lessons
  19. A strategic approach to teaching writing
  20. Writing is a process of discovery
  21. Six-stage cycle
  22. Giving feedback
  23. Prewriting, planning, and strategies
  24. Writing topics and strategies
  25. Editing and revising

Module 8

  1. Receptive Competences
  2. Reading, listening and viewing as interactive processes
  3. Reading, listening and viewing as complex competences
  4. Challenges of receptive processes in foreign language contexts
  5. Process-oriented text reception
  6. Different genres, goals, purposes and strategies related to reception
  7. Teaching Reading
  8. Guidelines for preparing reading lessons
  9. A Strategic approach to Teaching Reading
  10. Bottom-up and Top-down processings
  11. Tips and Guidelines
  12. Intensive and Extensive Reading
  13. Teaching Text Structure
  14. Pre-reading activities
  15. Reading activities
  16. Post-Reading activities
  17. Intensive Activities
  18. Extensive Activities
  19. Teaching Listening
  20. Staging a Listening Skills Lesson
  21. Problems of _Real-Life_ Listening
  22. Tips (to help the students)
  23. Tips (to help the teacher)
  24. Basic Listening Comprehension Activities
  25. Specific Listening Skills Activities
  26. Integrated Skills Activities

Module 9

  1. Better Lesson Plans, Better Lessons
  2. Stages
  3. What is a Lesson Warm-Up
  4. A learning objective
  5. The Presentation Stage as Direct Instructions
  6. Guided and Independent Practice
  7. Evaluation, an End-of-Lesson Assessment
  8. Assessment Overview. Formative vs. Summative
  9. The Role of Homework
  10. Assessing Student Understanding
  11. Checking Understanding
  12. Lesson plan template
  13. Anticipating Problems
  14. Lesson planning. What would you do if...
  15. Using Course Book and Authentic Materials
  16. Testing Students
  17. Technology as an aid to learning
  18. Tips for writing a good lesson plan

Module 10

  1. Understanding and defining Teaching Online
  2. Creating intrinsic motivation
  3. A variety of educational opportunities
  4. Main platforms and approaches
  5. Teaching via an online learning platform
  6. Teaching via Skype
  7. Discovering the benefits
  8. Technology and Tools
  9. How to Teach Online
  10. Helping Beginners
  11. Challenges for teachers
  12. Teachers of the Future
  13. How to create an online course
  14. How to become a First-Class Online EFL Teacher
  15. Summary and Get started your career as online teacher
  16. Looking at the TEFL Marketplace

Module 11

  1. The Playful Approach
  2. Teaching
  3. Maturing Children
  4. Parents’ involvement
  5. Planning, managing and assessing
  6. Extending spoken ability
  7. Introducing reading English
  8. Introducing handwriting
  9. Learning to spell
  10. Projects and activities
  11. Creativity
  12. Grammar templates
  13. Oral storytelling
  14. Drama with Young Learners
  15. Teaching Young Learners with Technology
  16. Assessment and Portfolios
  17. Developing Principles Materials for Young Learners
  18. Teacher expertise

Module 12

  1. Business English around the world
  2. The need for research-based teaching
  3. Teaching English as a business lingua franca or international business language
  4. Spoken Business English
  5. The importance of research into spoken Business English in intercultural contexts
  6. Ritual exchanges in negotiations
  7. Using a genre approach in the teaching of Business English
  8. Teaching written Business English
  9. Intertextuality and interdiscursivity in the classroom
  10. New media and new technology in the Business English classroom
  11. Project-based learning
  12. Team-teaching
  13. Blended learning
  14. Designing Business English Teaching Materials
  15. Business English Resources
  16. Examples of conversational lesson plans
  17. Business idioms, phrasal verbs and collocations

Module 13

  1. TEFL & TESOL Marketplace
  2. The CV is the Ticket to the Job Race
  3. CV DONTs
  4. CV TIPS
  5. Action words
  6. The structure of the CV
  7. Teacher Resume Examples
  8. Cover letter
  9. Interview Tips to Help You Get the Job
  10. Common Interview Questions
  11. Teacher Interview Questions with Tips or Answer
  12. Questions You Should Ask the Interviewer
  13. The Demonstration Lesson
  14. Tips to find a job quickly
  15. An outline contract framework
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