Four-week Residential Course
Take your 120-hour residential TESOL/TEFL certification course to a higher level with us, and we guarantee full satisfaction.
Your trainer has a Master’s degree in EFL/ESL and international expertise in teaching adults and children.
Your course meets and exceeds international standards and is monitored by professionals in the industry.
You’ll make new friends from all over the world here, work, and spend your free time with them.
Your TEFL/TESOL certificate is recognized internationally.
You will depart from us with the feeling of accomplishment and professional ease as you enter your future classroom – a feeling you will never attain through a sole online training.
We are so certain that you will leave our training center as a well-defined professional that we guarantee you our job-placement assistance for life. You’ll receive our support in career counseling, contract review, and actual job placement.
Your TEFL/TESOL course teaches you first of all practical skills and know-how required by teachers in the classrooms of the 21st century. It is divided into the following six areas:
1. Teaching Practice
This is the most important part of our TEFL/TESOL course. You will teach real
students of English and apply the skills acquired on the course.
2. Foreign Language Experience
During the training you will receive instruction in an unknown foreign language to experience firsthand how your learners feel in class. This will help you in your teaching.
3. Language Skills
a) Our grammar review covers word classes, simple sentence elements, complex sentences and clauses, verb tenses, conditionals and modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice.
b) Our phonology part of the course covers phonemics, word stress and intonation, sentence stress and intonation, rhythm and intonation, and connected speech.
4. Student Profile
You will work with different students – analyze and correct their errors — and address their individual needs. Three meetings with the student are required, including transcription and error analysis of audio and written samples, culminating in a 60-minute session observed by a trainer.
5. Teaching Techniques
This component of the course covers the following areas:
PART A: Foundation for Classroom Practice
Communicative Language Teaching
Teaching by Principles
Motivation in the Classroom
PART B: Contexts of Teaching
Teaching across Age Levels
Teaching across Proficiency Levels
Sociopolitical and Institutional Contexts
PART C: Designing and Implementing Classroom Lessons
Techniques, Textbooks, and Technology
How to Plan a Lesson
Sustaining Interaction through Group Work
PART D: Teaching Language Skills
Integrating the “Four Skills”
PART E:Assessing Language Skills
Basic Concepts in Test Development
Practical Classroom Applications
PART F: Lifelong Learning
Continuing Your Teacher Education
VI. Materials Project
During the course you will develop additional teaching materials such as flash cards, pictures, posters, etc.