(120 hrs+)
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>>  FREE pre-course grammar crash-course
>>  120 plus hours of instruction and course work
>>  Personal tutor support throughout your course
>>  6-8 hours' teaching practice with real students of English
>>  Teach a wide range of levels and age groups
>>  Endorsement in Teaching English for Business and
      English to Young Learners (optional)
>>  Observation of experienced teachers
>>  Input delivered through dynamic interactive workshops
>>  Unlimited job guidance
>>  Preference for jobs at our English Language Schools
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An in-class intensive 2-week course leading to a full TEFL / TESOL Certificate which combines methodological input sessions delivered by expert trainers with teaching practice with real students of English.

This TEFL course is offered at the following locations in Spain:

Course Qualifications and Accreditation

> Successful candidates on the 2-week residential TEFL Certificate will be awarded:

The Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) with Teaching Practice

> Successful candidates on the 2-week Endorsed TEFL Certificate will be awarded:

The Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) with Teaching Practice with an Endorsement in Teaching English for Business and English to Young Learners.


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How the course works

Your day will typically begin with input sessions in the morning and early afternoon, followed by teaching practice sessions and observations. During these practice sessions you will learn from your peers. Our practice sessions are based on the workshop model of learning where, after the session, the students offer each other constructive criticism and reflections on what they learned.

For your Teaching Practice you will be teaching real students of English.

This experience will enable you to teach English effectively in a range of different learning contexts making you a very attractive candidate for a variety of teaching positions.

Teaching practice involves a minimum of six hours' observed teaching and lesson planning. There are guided purposeful observations of qualified and experienced tutors which amount to a minimum of four hours, two of which should be live lessons and then others may be videoed lessons or lessons in which the trainees are foreign language learners.

Those course participants interested in obtaining an Endorsement in Teaching English for Business and English to Young Learners will need to complete two extra modules of work.

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Course Contents

Our TEFL-TESOL course involves over 120 hours of coursework, including at least six hours of hands-on teaching practice with real foreign language students. Classroom hours will primarily focus on ELT methodology and teaching practice. All of our classes take a hands-on, fun-orientated approach to learning. Instead of teaching from a textbook, we learn together through interactive, fun workshops. You will also be given opportunities to observe experienced teachers using the skills you have learned in a real classroom setting. In the end, you too will be given an opportunity to apply your newly acquired knowledge to teaching English to real students in a real classroom.

Our syllabus covers the following topics:

1. How languages are learned: an introduction to SLA theory
2. Individual differences in language learning
3. Classroom management skills
4. Lesson planning and skills integration
5. Teaching listening and reading
6. Teaching speaking
7. Teaching writing
8. Teaching pronunciation
9. Vocabulary in the communicative classroom
10. Integrating grammar into communicative language teaching
11. Teaching language with new technology
12. Teacher development and career options
13. Teaching Young Learners (Endorsed Certificate)
14. Teaching ESP / English for Business (Endorsed Certificate)

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Course Aims

The overall aim of The Certificate in TEFL with Teaching Practice is to prepare candidates for their first English teaching job. This internationally accredited course provides the candidate with a good understanding of the relationship between the theories underpinning the practice of teaching English together with guided, purposeful observations of qualified and experienced tutors.

The following are some of the more specific objectives of this TESOL-TEFL course:

  • This TEFL-TESOL course is available to those speakers whose first or second language is English and is suitable for those who want to teach in the country of their choice.

  • This TEFL-TESOL course gives candidates the basic skills and knowledge with a strong foundation in TESOL.

  • This TEFL-TESOL course makes candidates aware of the importance of further professional development throughout their career.

  • This TEFL-TESOL course reflects current approaches to TESOL-TEFL.

  • This TEFL-TESOL course encourages candidates to experience what it is like to be a language learner.

  • This TEFL-TESOL course encourages candidates to develop self-evaluation techniques and record progress throughout their course.

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Length of the course

The 2-week Certificate in TEFL comprises of an estimated 120+ hours. This includes a minimum 6-8 hours' teaching practice with real students of English and 4 hours' classroom observation of experienced teachers.

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Your progress will be continually evaluated. There are no exams. As you continue to improve in your teaching abilities your grade will continue to evolve to reflect your professional growth.

Certificates bear one of the following:

 Pass with Distinction
 Pass with Merit

Final grades are shown on your letter of reference based on where you are at the end of your 2-week training and are given as either A+, A, B+, B or Pass.

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Course fees and dates

You will find specific information on course dates and fees for this course by clicking HERE.

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After the course

When you successfully complete the course you will be awarded your Certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) with Teaching Practice. However, your real award will not be a mere piece of paper. Your award will be your possession of the skills, experience and confidence to go out anywhere in the world and successfully teach other learners the English language. At Anglo Centres TEFL, you graduate with more than just a certification to teach, you graduate as a professional educator.

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Job Guidance Guarantee

All our students and graduates can benefit from our Lifetime Job Guidance Program. Whilst no organisation can guarantee you a job at the end of your course, at Anglo Centres TEFL we work with you all along until you have found the job you are looking for, wherever that may be.

During your course we advise you on the best career path, job opportunities and prepare you for job interviews so you stay ahead of your competition. This continues long after you graduate with us and for as long as you need us.

We won't stop until we have found the right job for you!

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Teach with Anglo Centres TEFL after your course!

If you would like to live and teach in Spain you have the opportunity to work for Anglo Centres. We recruit new teachers every year for our Adult, Young Learner and Business English courses.

Priority is given to our graduates so you may well end up teaching at one of our centres!

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