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120 hour Teach Korea course with Teaching Practice

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KEY FEATURES

  • 70 hours of accredited course materials and video
  • 30 hours of specialist teaching young learners ESL material
  • 20 hour teaching practice in a location of your choice
  • Personal, dedicated tutor support + 7 months for completion
  • Access to student forum and online teaching resources
  • Assistance with CV and access to our jobs board
  • Free GE TESOL 120 hour certificate (PDF) on completion
  • Blended online/teaching practice course, all for just £175

 

IDEAL IF:

  • You are looking for a qualification to teach English in Korea
  • You are a degree holder from a qualifying English speaking country

120 hour Teach Korea course with Teaching Practice


The perfect course if you are looking to teach English in Korea. 100 hours of online material blended with 20 hours of teaching practice local to you. Ideal for Korea, EPIK and more.

 


Offline price: £175.00

Offline: PC/Mac compatible. Download in PDF/Word. Option to print coursework for reference.


Designed for Asia and the popular Korean EPIK programme in particular, this unique online plus Teaching Practice TP) package is ideal if you would like all the flexibility of learning online, plus official recognition for 20 hours of in-class teaching that you obtain locally.

How the course works

Your course consists of:

A 20-hour TP programme: 

Your 20-hour TP can consist of any in-class help you give; from assisting a lead teacher to observing classes, as long as you lead a class for at least 6 hours. See more on the TP element, criteria and for ideas of where to find sponsoring schools here.

Global English TESOL candidates have discovered volunteer teaching opportunities suitable for this programme in Australia, Canada, China, Denmark, France, Korea, Hong Kong, Japan, Netherlands, South Africa, Taiwan, UK and the USA (in over 20 states). 

A 100 hour online TESOL with Young Learners specialism:

This 4 module online course with full tutorial support, 24/7 access and a 30 hour how to teach young learner component. 

Upon registration you log in to your student area to access your course and download your teaching practice forms. 

Eligibility

Our courses are open to all native and non-native English speakers with good written and spoken English. For Korea you are required to be a native English speaker from the USA, UK, Canada, Ireland, NZ, Aus, S. Africa with a degree. 

For EPIK, please note that there are further requirements in addition to qualifying TESOL criteria.   

Course Duration

We allow 6 months for completion of the online course plus a further 1 month for the TP programme. However, you can start any time and we work at your pace so it can be completed as quickly as you wish. 

Everything you need to complete your course and gain your certificate is included in the one fee above. However, check out these optional extras:

  • Additional time course extensions available if you need to go beyond 210 days 
  • Global English printed and embossed certificate posted to you (£15 UK / £20 outside)

How we can help you teach English in Korea after your course

- View Korea TEFL jobs
- Job advice and personal CV help - just ask
- Find out more about teaching English in Korea 
- Hear from those teaching English there already
Contact us so we can put you in touch with experienced agencies who can lead you through the EPIK process. 

One of the most comprehensive and cost-effective online + teaching practice packages for Korea-bound TESOL teachers today. 

This course covers the following areas in detail:

Module 1 
Part A – Welcome to the course 
Course introduction 
What is TEFL/TESOL?
The Role of the Teacher 

Part B - Classroom Management 1 
Warmer Exercises 
Classroom Layout & Discipline 
Preparation and Setting Objectives 
Pair work and Group work 

Part C - Language Awareness 1
Learn about Verbs, Nouns, Adjectives and Adverbs

Part D - Basic Skills 1 - reading and writing
Overview of the Basic Skills 
Reading & Writing

Part E - Teaching English to Young Learners (TEYL) – An Introduction 
The Demand for TEYL
Getting Started with Younger Learners

Characteristics of a Young Learner
Pre-School or Early School Years
Early Primary School Aged Years
Late Primary to Early Teens 
Teenagers 
Further Research on Characteristics of Young Learners 

Motivating Young Learners 
Motivating Primary-aged Learners 
Motivating Teenage Learners 
How to Develop Motivated Teens – 4 ideas 
Keeping Teens Interested 
Further Research on Motivation 

YL Characteristics and Motivation Summary 

Module 2 
Part A – Choosing Materials for Different Ages and Levels
Adult Learners and Young Learners
Course books
Internet Resources
 
Part B – Grammar 1 – present and past tenses
Present Tenses 
The Present Simple & Continuous 
The Verb ‘to be’ and Auxiliary Verbs 
The Past Tense 
Past Simple & Past Continuous 
Regular & Irregular Verbs 
 
Part C – Language Awareness 2
Learn about Pronouns, prepositions, conjunctions, interjections

Part D - Teaching Vocabulary
Approaches to Vocabulary Lessons 
Storage and Retrieval 

Part E Teaching English to Young Learners – Kindergarten/Primary ages
The First Lesson with a Young Learner Group 
What to Teach 
Your Lesson Plan 

Managing Resources 1 - Course Books and Materials 
Theme based Learning with Kindergarten Learners 
Listening Activities with Young Learners 
Speaking Activities with Young Learners 
Basic Reading Exercises (Primary) 
Basic Writing Exercises (Primary) 
Using Topics to formulate Lessons 

Your Lesson Ideas with Kindergarten and Primary Learners 

Further Research on Teaching English to Kindergarten/Primary 

Kindergarten/Primary Young Learners Summary 


Module 3 
Part A - Teaching in Action
A review and questions on the Global English CD-ROM: Train to Teach English

Part B – Grammar 2 – Future Forms
Making Predictions
Plans & Intentions
Instant Decision & Future Facts 
Making Arrangements

Part C – Classroom Management 2
Cultural Sensitivity
Making Corrections 
Spoken & Written Correction 

Part D - Basic Skills 2
Speaking and Pronunciation 
                  - Giving Instructions Consensus Seeking Activities 
                  Role-plays
Pronunciation, Stress and Intonation 
Listening 
                  Listening Comprehension & Other Listening Ideas
                  Working with Video 

Part E - Teaching English to Young Learners – Teenagers 
The First Lesson with a Teenage Group 
The First Few Minutes 
Establishing the Ground Rules 
Further Research 

Managing Resources 2 - Course Books and Materials for Teenagers 
Choosing a Course Book 
Integrating the Course Book into your lessons 
How to Use Your Course Book 
Using Realia to Help You 
Teaching Exam Classes 
Materials for your Exam Classes 
Further Research 

Classroom Management - Discipline 
Why are our Students Being Disruptive? 
Being Culturally Aware 
Providing Variety in our Lessons 
Further Research 

Your Lesson Ideas with Kindergarten and Primary Learners 

Teenage Learners Summary


Module 4 
Part A - Grammar 3 – Perfect Forms
The Present Perfect Simple & Continuous
The Past Perfect Simple & Continuous 
The Future Perfect forms

Part B – Lesson Planning and Staging 
Presentation, Study & Practice Stages 

Part C – Confidence in the Classroom 
Teaching Your First Lesson

Part D – Welcome to the TESOL World 
Prospects for the EFL Teacher 
Sample Careers in TESOL 
Getting Your First Job 

Part E – Exam Question 

Part F - Teaching Young Learners with Minimal Resources 
- Introduction 
- Ideas for teaching with Minimal Resources 
- Discussion Groups 
- Working with Imaginary Materials 
- Drilling 
- Dialogue Creation 
- Listening Activities 
- Reading and Writing Activities 
- Using Everyday Objects 
- Working Without a Course Book – the Topic-based Syllabus 

Teaching with Minimal Resources Summary 

Further Research on Teaching English with Minimal Resources 

Gaining Confidence with Young Learners 

Professional Development 

- TESOL 
- IATEFL 
- Further Study

Parts 5 and 6 cover your volunteer teaching practice, which you undertake locally. See more on TP criteria and finding sponsoring schools here


The perfect course if you are looking to teach English in Korea. 100 hours of online material blended with 20 hours of teaching practice local to you. Ideal for Korea, EPIK and more.

 


Offline price: £175.00

Offline: PC/Mac compatible. Download in PDF/Word. Option to print coursework for reference.

Student Comments

I am really enjoying the course, and [almost] overwhelmed with the amount of valuable information given!  Mind you, I am not just reading the text of your Course, but diving down all the suggested avenues of extra information gathering / learning processes ... so any 'overwhelming' is entirely self-imposed! Once again, thank you for the time you have taken to mark my Modules and for your valuable input.  I notice you have taken extra time to suggest ways to expand on my ideas & I really appreciate that.  I am sure you are not actually paid to take that extra step, so thank you for your dedication!
Jane Howarth

Thanks so much for everything - you've been absolutely wonderful! Clare was a great, patient tutor, and I got all my feedback well within the turnaround time you gave. I have no complaints. 
Leigh H

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The perfect course if you are looking to teach English in Korea. 100 hours of online material blended with 20 hours of teaching practice local to you. Ideal for Korea, EPIK and more.

 


Offline price: £175.00

Offline: PC/Mac compatible. Download in PDF/Word. Option to print coursework for reference.

Certificates


It is an enormous TESOL world for those with the skills, confidence and a solid, Global English TESOL certificate behind them.

A Global English PDF certificate is awarded upon successful completion. A printed, embossed version is also available for an extra fee from our TEFL shop page. 

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The perfect course if you are looking to teach English in Korea. 100 hours of online material blended with 20 hours of teaching practice local to you. Ideal for Korea, EPIK and more.

 


Offline price: £175.00

Offline: PC/Mac compatible. Download in PDF/Word. Option to print coursework for reference.


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