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250 hour LEVEL 5 Advanced TESOL

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"It is a really good course. The structure is well organised, with many exercises.

My tutor was very fast to answer me and always provided me valuable comments
and excellent support."
Victoria Gilles, 250 hour TESOL course graduate

Please note this is an older version of our current TESOL Master 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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250 hour LEVEL 5 Advanced TESOL


Please note this is an older version of our advanced course.

For the latest version, please go to this page:

 

250-hour TESOL Master course


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


 

This course is now available offline or as an interactive course online via the link here:

250-hour TESOL Master course 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Course content  

This comprehensive course covers the following areas in depth:

Module 1

- Thinking about teaching

          - What makes a good teacher ?

          - Motivation

          - What is TESOL ?

- Language Awareness Assessment

- Lesson Planning and Staging

- Reasons for Learning English

          - Young Learners

          - Adults

- Materials 1

          - Choosing Materials

          - Course books

- Teaching the Basic Skills 1

          - Reading

- Teaching Grammar 1- the Present Tense

          - The Present Simple

          - Teaching the verb 'to be'

          - The Present Continuous

- Exam Question

 

Module 2

- Classroom Management 1

          - Classroom Layout + Warmers

          - Classroom Planning

          - Preparation and Setting Objectives

          - Homework and Discipline

          - Groupwork and Pairwork

- Teaching the Basic Skills 2

          - Controlled and Semi-controlled Writing

          - Free Practice Writing

          - Teaching Vocabulary 1

          - Approaches to Vocabulary Lessons

          - Storage and Retrieval

- Teaching Grammar 2- the Past Tense

          - the Past Simple

          - the Past Continuous

          - Regular and Irregular Verbs

          - Auxiliary Verbs

- Exam Question

 

Module 3

- Teaching the Basic Skills 3 - Listening

          - Listening Comprehension

          - Other Listening Ideas

          - Working with Video

- Teaching Grammar 3 - the Future

          - Making Predictions

          - Plans and Intentions

          - Instant Decisions

          - Future Facts

          - Making Arrangements

- Teaching Grammar 3 - Passives

- Teaching Functional English

          - Requests and Offers

          - Permission

          - Obligation and Advice

          - Suggestions

- Classroom Management 2

          - Spoken and Written Correction

          - Testing

          - Classroom Sensitivity

- The world of EFL/Career Advice

          - Getting your first Job

- Exam Question

 

Module 4

- Teaching the Basic Skills 4 - Speaking and Pronunciation

          - Giving Instructions

          - Consensus Seeking Activities

          - Role-play

-  Pronunciation

          - Stress and Intonation

- Teaching Grammar 4 - the Perfect Tenses

          - The Present Perfect

          - The Past Perfect

          - The Future Perfect

- Teaching Grammar 4 - the Conditionals

- Teaching Vocabulary 2

          - Prefixes and Suffixes

          - Antonyms and Synonyms

- Confidence in the Classroom

          - Teaching Your First Lesson

- Teaching Exam classes

- Exam Questions

Module 5

- Introduction to Speech Production

- Speech Production Mechanisms

- How we Articulate Sounds

- Voiced and Unvoiced Consonants

- The Tongue

- The Glottis and the Glottal Stop

- Phonology

- Points of Articulation

- Manner of Articulation

- Vowels

- Cardinal Vowels

- Long and Short Vowels in English

- Diphthongs     

- Stress

- Sentence Stress

- Elision

- Strong and Weak Forms

- Tone, Pitch and Intonation

- Functions of Intonation

- Assimilations

- Liaison (Juncture)

- Sentence Stress and Rhythm

- Summary         

- Bibliography

 

Module 6

- Linguistics, an introduction

- A Brief History of Linguistics

- History of Language Teaching

- Grammar / Translation Method

- Direct or Natural Method

- Functional Approach

- Communicative Approach                                                                        

- Morphology, Syntax, Lexis, Semantics and Etymology

- Sociolinguistics

- Multilingual Speech Communities

- Language Variation

- Register

- Diglossia

- Code Switching

- Language and Power

- Applied Linguistics

- Applied Linguistics and Pragmatics

- How can languages best be learned and taught?

- How can technology be used?                

- Language Acquisition and Development

- Nature vs. Nurture

- Acquisition or Learning?

- Corpus Linguistics

- Summary         

- Bibliography
 

Module 7

Choose 1 from 5 Linguistics or Phonetics topics for a 3000 word essay.

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Please note this is an older version of our advanced course.

For the latest version, please go to this page:

 

250-hour TESOL Master course


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

Student Comments

The quality of everything provided by Global English truly blew me away. All contact was personalised and always accurate (it was amazing just how much relevant information everyone at Global English knew about me, from personal interests to current goals/plans), and I would always finish reading everything from GE with a huge smile on my face. The course was brilliantly thorough and informative without overloading me with unnecessary information. The website is always being updated with news of careers and improvements. Everything was absolutely balanced to perfection and I wouldn't change a thing.

Tatiana Parshina

The module 5 was really interesting and useful. Once again an amazingly clear helpful, well thought out study booklet. I  have used some ideas from it with my students. In particular my studies gave me inspiration as to how best to help a Cantonese year 8  deaf student! I  used the online phonemic chart for him and the “shwa” exercises, too with most of my students. I then printed the chart and highlighted with a red pen any problem areas. When my headmistress needed feedback on the deaf pupil’s progress I had organs of speech chart /”shwa” exercises and annotated phonemic chart print out already in the pupils file to show her. She was amazed and delighted!

Rosemary Edney

I can't believe I'm almost there to be honest... Though I have to say I am so glad that I went for the advanced level. The information this level gives just takes you to a different level of teaching. It is so inspirational. I actually have 3 students already and my own teaching model. All this extra learning adds to the level of professionalism...and really adds a lot of weight to your credibility. And confidence of course when you are a newbie like me :-)

Lynn Taylor

Great clarity: the reader knows what is being presented, why, and what is expected from them, and where they are in relation to everything else in the course - clear well-thought out progression

The course contains super visual reinforcement of concepts through YouTube videos that are normally real 'live' teaching situations. There is continual encouragement for 'Further Research' for those wishing to go a bit deeper / build up their teaching material/examples, as well as many original teaching ideas.

There is continual support and reassurance and students are always clear how many points are awarded for a certain tasks.

Deputy Chair of the ACTDEC Independent Accreditation Panel:
Ian Marvin BA(Jt Hons), MA(ELT) 

 

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250-hour TESOL Master course


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, 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 fee.)

An external level 5 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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Please note this is an older version of our advanced course.

For the latest version, please go to this page:

 

250-hour TESOL Master course


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


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