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180 hour LEVEL 4 TESOL with Young Learners

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"I found the online course ideal for my needs and thoroughly enjoyed learning
the material. The tutor provided support and engaged with any queries so I
could continue with my progress. The course not only equipped me but also
gave me confidence with teaching ESL."

Angela Wheatley, 150 hour course graduate

 

Please note this is an older version of our course.
We are continually updating our course content as we aim to
make the programmes we offer relevant to TESOL teachers today.

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180 hour LEVEL 4 TESOL with Young Learners


Please note this is an older version of our 150 hour Level 4 TESOL with 30 hours Young Learner specialism. 

For the latest version, please go to this page:

150-hour Level 4 online TESOL course

and then add in the Teaching English to Young Learners specialism from the additional courses at checkout. 

 

 

 

 


This programme can be booked by calling Global English on 01392 411999 Monday - Friday from 9am - 5.30 pm.


This is a slightly older version of our course. You can purchase the updated version here and add the TEYL course at checkout.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This comprehensive course covers the following areas in-depth.

Module 1
- What is TESOL ?
- Teacher qualities
- Thinking about teaching
- Materials
- Teaching the basic skills - reading
- Teaching grammar - the present tense
- Language awareness assessment

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
- Classroom management
            - classroom layout + warmers
            - homework and discipline
            - groupwork and pairwork
- Teaching vocabulary
- Teaching grammar
            - the past tense
            - auxiliary verbs
- Teaching the basic skills - writing

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
- Teaching the basic skills - listening
- Teaching grammar
     - the future 
     - passives
- Teaching functional English
- Classroom management
      - corrections & testing
      - classroom sensitivity
      - The world of EFL/career advice


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
- Teaching the basic skills
            - speaking and pronunciation
- Teaching grammar
            - perfect tenses
            - conditionals
- Teaching vocabulary
- Exam classes
- Your 1st lesson

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


Please note this is an older version of our 150 hour Level 4 TESOL with 30 hours Young Learner specialism. 

For the latest version, please go to this page:

150-hour Level 4 online TESOL course

and then add in the Teaching English to Young Learners specialism from the additional courses at checkout. 

 

 

 

 


This programme can be booked by calling Global English on 01392 411999 Monday - Friday from 9am - 5.30 pm.

Student Comments

Although I've been teaching for a while, your course has taught me a lot. I'll be more careful when I time my activities and I won't focus TOO much on grammar. I really appreciated the TEYL part-great tips for children: what to expect from them and being able to understand how much they've learned; and teenagers: how to get them intersted and KEEP them interested throughout the lesson. Thank you!
Camilla Lee Pilla

I have just finished the course and thoroughly enjoyed it. Any questions I have had have been answered very quickly, and I really got the impression I was communicating with a person, as opposed to receiving a standard response. It was very difficult to choose a TESOL course as there are so many available on the internet and it is a daunting task trying to pick one which is professional and credible.

Some of the other websites I looked at said all the right things, and seemed to be 'above board' but had spelling and grammatical mistakes in their content - slightly worrying for a TESOL training provider. I have not been disappointed by any aspect of the Global English course or service, and would definitely reccomend you. I particularly found the marking and the comments on the completed modules very helpful. It was obvious someone had taken the time to read my answers and not only critique them, but provide very useful pointers, techniques and lesson plans which I have already been able to put into practice.

Samantha Boimare

In 2010 I enrolled in and completed the 180hr TESOL+TEYL certification course.  At the time I had about 9 years of experience in education but wanted a certification to validate my experience.  Initially I was nervous about taking a course, but right away I "got into it" and enjoyed the hard work it required.  The course material and the tutor herself were very challenging!  I was able to draw upon my prior knowledge, but also had to be open to constructive criticism and therefore I felt that I gained quite a bit from taking the course.  Everything was presented in a clear and orderly manner; very professional, yet accessible.  The course tutor that guided me was incredibly prompt while handling my coursework and answered my questions and concerns with respect and clarity (even those I felt slightly embarrassed asking!). 

The aftercare has been exceptional too.  I contacted the staff for pointers here and there since certifying and have always received friendly replies.  In all honesty, I would recommend taking the certification courses offered by Global English, because of the course material and the staff.  Global English is a terrific path to take if you are someone like me, or are new to the field and would like to earn a certification to get you started.
Julie Holland

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Please note this is an older version of our 150 hour Level 4 TESOL with 30 hours Young Learner specialism. 

For the latest version, please go to this page:

150-hour Level 4 online TESOL course

and then add in the Teaching English to Young Learners specialism from the additional courses at checkout. 

 

 

 

 


This programme can be booked by calling Global English on 01392 411999 Monday - Friday from 9am - 5.30 pm.

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 free of charge upon successful completion. (A printed version is available for an extra £15.)

An external level 4 certificate awarded by ACTDEC is optional upon successful completion for £30 (PDF). ACTDEC accreditation means you and employers can be assured that this course has met strict, external quality criteria.

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*Note, the ACTDEC certificate is for a level 4 course and does not cover the specialism.

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Please note this is an older version of our 150 hour Level 4 TESOL with 30 hours Young Learner specialism. 

For the latest version, please go to this page:

150-hour Level 4 online TESOL course

and then add in the Teaching English to Young Learners specialism from the additional courses at checkout. 

 

 

 

 


This programme can be booked by calling Global English on 01392 411999 Monday - Friday from 9am - 5.30 pm.


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