This is a specialist course and will appeal to those involved in teaching students of all ages living in English speaking countries who plan to settle.These may include migrant workers and refugees and their families.
You will be guided through the techniques and skills neccessary to be an effective teacher as well as gaining a knowledge and insight into the linguistic and other areas of ESL.
You will also receive access to a resource bank where you will be able to find large amounts of lesson materials and resources which you can readily use in your teaching.
Your personal tutor will guide you throughout and will respond to your questions and queries the same working day. The live chat facility is available 7 days a week , 12 hours a day so you can always reach us!
On completion your certificate and transcript, embossed with the College seal, will be posted to you by registered post.
Introduction to TESL
1.1 Brief description of terms
1.2 Who are ESL learners?
1.3 Case studies
2.2 The English Tense System
2.3 The Present Simple
2.4 The Present Continuous
2.5 . The Future- Arrangements
2.6 The Past Simple
2.7 The Past Continuous
2.8 The Future
3.1 Teaching Vocabulary
3.2. Visual aids
3.3. Sources of materials
3.4. Two basic Procedures
3.5. Student-Centred Presentation
3.6. Concept Questions
3.7. Criteria for Selecting Vocabulary to Teach
The Four Skills
Teaching the Productive Skills – Speaking and Writing
4.1. Speaking Skills
4.1.1Accuracy versus Fluency
4.2 Communication Activities
4.3.1 The Stages of Writing
4.4 Correction of written work
Teaching the Receptive Skills – Listening and Reading
5.1 Different types of listening skills
5.2. Teaching Listening
5.3.1.The Stages of Reading
5.3.2. Learning the Script
5.4 Reading Activities and Materials
6.2 Sounds - some Useful Activities
Citizenship and Asylum
7.1 Citizenship and Asylum
7.2. Citizenship English Language requirements and examinations
7.3. Life in the UK Test
7.4. Citizenship Knowledge
7.5. ESL Examinations
Using Local resources
9.1 symptoms of culture shock
9.2 linguistic/cultural misunderstanding
9.3 non-verbal communication
9.4 cross-cultural quiz
9.5 Answers to Cross Cultural Quiz
Lesson planning and Classroom Management
10.1.What should go into an English language lesson?
10.2. What is a lesson plan?
10.3.Why is planning important?
10.4.Do you need to plan if you have a course book?
10.5.What are the principles of planning?
10.6.Aims and concepts
10.7.Contexts and marker sentences
10.8. Lesson Plan Examples
10.9. Last Word - Inspection report on observation of ESL lessons from the National research and Development Centre for Adult Literacy and Numeracy.
Standard Course Fee: £255 (by download)
Enrolling is Easy
- Enrol Online: We accept all major credit and debit cards, BACS (Bank Transfers) and cheques. If you wish to pay by Western Union or Moneygram please contact us.
- By Telephone: Call +44 20 8133 2027 between 9.00am - 9.00pm, Monday to Sunday.
- By Post: Complete our enrolment form and return it to:
Enrolment Services, London Teacher Training College, 60 Windsor Avenue, London, SW19 2RR.