ITTT - International TEFL and TESOL Training - TEFL TESOL Courses - Overview

 

ITTT offers three types of courses -- online courses, a four week in-class course and a combined course. The online courses include the 60 hour and 120 hour TEFL certificate courses, the 50 hour Certificate in Teaching Business English and the 50 hour Certificate in Teaching English to Young Learners. ITTT also offers a 250 hour TESOL Diploma course. ITTT has an in-class four week TEFL certification course that can be studied at one of our international locations. This intensive course covers the principals, theories and methodologies of TEFL and you are given the opportunity to teach local students thus gaining practical experience teaching English in a supervised environment. All teaching practice sessions are observed by qualified trainers who will provide you with valuable, constructive feed back after each of your lessons. We also offer a combined course which offers the main benefits of both the 120 hour online course and the in-class course. Once you complete the online course you can attend one of our training centers for one or two weeks and gain actual classroom experience by teaching local students. Follow the link above for more information or visit our web site.


Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching. This convenient, highly structured design means that you can quickly get to grips with each section before moving onto the next.

I loved this unit. I had no idea that when I speak I unconsciously use these intonations and stresses. I was utterly amazed how accurate the breakdown of our unconscious intonation was. And what fun learning the phonetic alphabet. I do think, that if students are willing to learn the phonetic alphabet early on, they will be able to pronounce English at a superior level.Unit 4 Present Tenses is very useful explaining the Form, Usages, Typical student errors and proposing exercises. The English tense system is complex and is challenging for non-native speakers, specially when you want to become an ESL teacher. Unit 4 explains the present tenses in an accessible language and with a logic that is easy to follow. Unit 4 was very useful for me.


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