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Make a deposit payment to secure your place on a course before the end of the month and qualify for a free advanced level online course. You can choose from the 50-hour young learners (CTEYL) or business English (CTBE) certificate courses or the 250-hour online diploma course.
In-class TESOL trainees will be provided with a course manual for the following topics:
The only thing that exceeds the high quality of our materials is their practicality. We base our input sessions on these materials so you’ll always be guided through your coursework in both the classroom and in the books. You’ll be able to keep these materials so you’ll always have them when you enter into the teaching world.
We also give trainees course handbooks and materials, including a three-ring folder which should be organized as follows:
This course log will form a record of the progress you make through the course. The log will be inspected on a weekly basis and used for moderation purposes.
You will receive numerous handouts throughout the course and will also take your own notes as well. Subjects should include:
We highly recommend the following books. If you don’t have them by the start of the course, that will be fine. However, once you get a TESOL job, you’ll find these to be practically required reading for any ESL teacher:
The Practice of English Language Teaching, J Harmer
Practical English in Use, Raymond Murphy
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