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Achieve your dreams of becoming a successful English Language teacher; get the best of both worlds when it comes to teaching with the 150-hour TEFL Course. This extended course will show you how you can work as an English teacher both in the classroom, or online from the comfort of your own home.

Written by TEFL teaching professionals with more than 30 years of experience, this course combines text with hours of video content to provide you with a well-rounded view of TEFL teaching. This course is CPD Certified and accredited by ICOES, a globally recognized certificate that puts you on the fast track to securing your first job teaching English. In this extended TEFL Course, you will learn:

  • Pedagogical techniques to help you start teaching
  • Classroom management strategies
  • How to teach reading, writing, speaking and listening
  • Different types of online teaching jobs
  • How to get hired and make a superb first impression
  • Effective teaching techniques for online learners
  • How to set up and manage an online classroom
  • And much, much more!

In just 150 hours, you’ll have the skills, knowledge, and confidence to teach English either in a classroom setting, giving you the freedom to work anywhere in the world, or from the comfort of your own home. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to start your TEFL journey today!

Requisitos

International Open Academy courses are designed for anyone with an interest in learning. No formal qualifications are required to study with us. Our courses are suitable if you want to learn new skills, start a new career, or if you’re already working in a particular industry and wish to upgrade your talents and enhance your resume.

    Lecciones

    Module 1: In the Classroom - Introduction to Pedagogy

    • To Learn a Language
    • Teaching a Second Language
    • Learners and Teachers
    • Cultural Differences and Language Barriers

    Module 2: In the Classroom - Classroom Management

    • Establishing Rapport
    • Where Students Sit
    • The Teacher

    Module 3: In the Classroom - Introduction to English Grammar

    • Nouns
    • Verbs
    • More Complex Grammar
    • Language Patterns
    • Presenting Grammar
    • Approaches to Teaching Grammar

    Module 4: In the Classroom - Introduction to English Vocabulary

    • What is Vocabulary?
    • Types of Lexis
    • Learning Vocabulary
    • How to Teach Vocabulary
    • A Vocabulary Presentation

    Module 5: In the Classroom - Teaching Reading Skills

    • Overview of Reading
    • Text Types
    • The Learner
    • Developing Reading Skills
    • Lesson Aims
    • Key Reading Skills

    Module 6: In the Classroom - Teaching Listening Skills

    • Different Types of Listening
    • Considerations
    • What is Involved in Listening?
    • Typical Learner Issues
    • What Are We Listening For?
    • Typical Tasks for Developing Listening
    • Conversational English

    Module 7: In the Classroom - Teaching Writing Skills

    • Introduction to Writing
    • Teaching Writing
    • What are the Essential Writing Skills?
    • Writing Sub-skills
    • Learner Issues
    • Typical Writing Aims
    • Basic English Sentence Structures

    Module 8: In the Classroom - Teaching Speaking Skills

    • Introduction to Speaking
    • Characteristics of Speaking
    • Fluency
    • Types of Speaking Tasks
    • Potential Learner Problems with Speaking
    • Teaching Speaking
    • The Learners

    Module 9: In the Classroom - Learning Aims and Lesson Plans

    • Basic Assumptions
    • The Learner
    • The Lesson Plan
    • Teaching Young Learners
    • Activities

    Module 10: In the Classroom - Next Steps for Teaching

    • Further Study
    • A Career in ELT
    • Building a Good CV
    • The Interview
    • Where to Teach

    Module 11: Online Teaching - Getting Started

    • Industry Overview
    • Finding Online Teaching Jobs
    • Technical Requirements and Equipment Overview
    • Setting Up Your Teaching Space

    Module 12: Online Teaching - Your Job Application

    • Job Requirements and Application Processes
    • Nailing your Demo Lesson
    • Making a Great Intro Video
    • Successful Interview Tips

    Module 13: Online Teaching - Your Teacher Profile

    • Creating an Attractive Profile
    • What Do Parents Look for?
    • Taking Great Profile Photos
    • Making your Profile Video

    Module 14: Online Teaching - Online Classrooms and Teacher Portals

    • Features of the Online Classroom
    • Your Teacher Portal
    • Trial Classes
    • Scheduling, Slots, and Timezones
    • Lesson Time Management
    • How to Write Feedback

    Module 15: Online Teaching - ESL Fundamentals Online

    • Comparison of Online and Offline Teaching
    • ESL teaching technique - TPR
    • ESL teaching technique - Scaffolding
    • ESL teaching technique - Modeling
    • ESL teaching technique - Repetition
    • ESL teaching technique - Prompts

    Module 16: Online Teaching - Props, Resources, and Techniques

    • Essential Props for Teaching Online
    • Using Puppets and Toys
    • Using Music to Enhance Learning
    • Materials and Resources
    • Reward Systems

    Module 17: Online Teaching - Successful Online Teaching

    • Career Paths in Online Teaching
    • Standing Out from the Competition
    • The Healthy Online Teacher
    • Maximising Income and Building your Business
    • Hacks for the Online Teaching Lifestyle

    Module 18: Bonus Module - Getting Started in TEFL/TESOL

    • What I Wish I’d Known when I Started Teaching English
    • Tech Advice for Online TEFL Teachers
    • Presenting Yourself like a Pro in the Classroom
    • How to Research TESOL and TEFL Companies

     

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        Who is this course for?

        • Fluent English speakers who are interested in pursuing teaching
        • Those interested in getting certified for teaching English to non-native speakers
        • People with a good command of English who are interested in teaching from home
        • English teachers searching for an alternate source of income 
        • Anyone looking for a ticket to explore the globe

        Posibilidades de carrera

        • Equip yourself to teach English abroad or volunteer in countries around the world
        • Teach English to children in locations such as the iconic town of Cusco in Peru or to novice Buddhist monks in Cambodia
        • Find work with an online platform and teach students around the globe
        • Go on to specialize in specific fields, such as business English or early childhood education

        Certification 

        You will be required to complete each lesson in full, and answer exams at the end of each course module. If your pass rate exceeds 55% on each exam then you are eligible to access a certificate of achievement or other accreditation options to recognize your achievement.

        All courses are accredited by the International Council for Online Educational Standards (www.icoes.org). When successfully completing a course, students can choose to purchase an ICOES certificate that recognizes the achievement, from this third-party institution.

        Most of our courses will earn you credits through Continuing Education (CE) / Continuing Professional Development (CPD). CE/CPD points are accepted and recognized by professional member bodies and academic institutions across the US and internationally.

        Disclaimer: The content of our 150 Hour TESOL Certificate course and our 150 Hour TEFL Certificate course is the same. The term Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) is primarily used in North America, whilst Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) is primarily utilised in Europe and countries such as Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and the Philippines. However, both courses are intended for the same purpose. This course additionally combines the content of the Teaching English Online course and the Get started in TEFL / TESOL mini course.

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        150-Hour Advanced TEFL Certificate

        685 estudiantes. Acreditación ICOES. Certificación IAPCC y CPD.

        685 estudiantes. 
        Acreditación ICOES.
        Certificación IAPCC y CPD.

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        Achieve your dreams of becoming a successful English Language teacher; get the best of both worlds when it comes to teaching with the 150-hour TEFL Course. This extended course will show you how you can work as an English teacher both in the classroom, or online from the comfort of your own home.

        Written by TEFL teaching professionals with more than 30 years of experience, this course combines text with hours of video content to provide you with a well-rounded view of TEFL teaching. This course is CPD Certified and accredited by ICOES, a globally recognized certificate that puts you on the fast track to securing your first job teaching English. In this extended TEFL Course, you will learn:

        • Pedagogical techniques to help you start teaching
        • Classroom management strategies
        • How to teach reading, writing, speaking and listening
        • Different types of online teaching jobs
        • How to get hired and make a superb first impression
        • Effective teaching techniques for online learners
        • How to set up and manage an online classroom
        • And much, much more!

        In just 150 hours, you’ll have the skills, knowledge, and confidence to teach English either in a classroom setting, giving you the freedom to work anywhere in the world, or from the comfort of your own home. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to start your TEFL journey today!

        Requisitos

        International Open Academy courses are designed for anyone with an interest in learning. No formal qualifications are required to study with us. Our courses are suitable if you want to learn new skills, start a new career, or if you’re already working in a particular industry and wish to upgrade your talents and enhance your resume.

          Lecciones

          Module 1: In the Classroom - Introduction to Pedagogy

          • To Learn a Language
          • Teaching a Second Language
          • Learners and Teachers
          • Cultural Differences and Language Barriers

          Module 2: In the Classroom - Classroom Management

          • Establishing Rapport
          • Where Students Sit
          • The Teacher

          Module 3: In the Classroom - Introduction to English Grammar

          • Nouns
          • Verbs
          • More Complex Grammar
          • Language Patterns
          • Presenting Grammar
          • Approaches to Teaching Grammar

          Module 4: In the Classroom - Introduction to English Vocabulary

          • What is Vocabulary?
          • Types of Lexis
          • Learning Vocabulary
          • How to Teach Vocabulary
          • A Vocabulary Presentation

          Module 5: In the Classroom - Teaching Reading Skills

          • Overview of Reading
          • Text Types
          • The Learner
          • Developing Reading Skills
          • Lesson Aims
          • Key Reading Skills

          Module 6: In the Classroom - Teaching Listening Skills

          • Different Types of Listening
          • Considerations
          • What is Involved in Listening?
          • Typical Learner Issues
          • What Are We Listening For?
          • Typical Tasks for Developing Listening
          • Conversational English

          Module 7: In the Classroom - Teaching Writing Skills

          • Introduction to Writing
          • Teaching Writing
          • What are the Essential Writing Skills?
          • Writing Sub-skills
          • Learner Issues
          • Typical Writing Aims
          • Basic English Sentence Structures

          Module 8: In the Classroom - Teaching Speaking Skills

          • Introduction to Speaking
          • Characteristics of Speaking
          • Fluency
          • Types of Speaking Tasks
          • Potential Learner Problems with Speaking
          • Teaching Speaking
          • The Learners

          Module 9: In the Classroom - Learning Aims and Lesson Plans

          • Basic Assumptions
          • The Learner
          • The Lesson Plan
          • Teaching Young Learners
          • Activities

          Module 10: In the Classroom - Next Steps for Teaching

          • Further Study
          • A Career in ELT
          • Building a Good CV
          • The Interview
          • Where to Teach

          Module 11: Online Teaching - Getting Started

          • Industry Overview
          • Finding Online Teaching Jobs
          • Technical Requirements and Equipment Overview
          • Setting Up Your Teaching Space

          Module 12: Online Teaching - Your Job Application

          • Job Requirements and Application Processes
          • Nailing your Demo Lesson
          • Making a Great Intro Video
          • Successful Interview Tips

          Module 13: Online Teaching - Your Teacher Profile

          • Creating an Attractive Profile
          • What Do Parents Look for?
          • Taking Great Profile Photos
          • Making your Profile Video

          Module 14: Online Teaching - Online Classrooms and Teacher Portals

          • Features of the Online Classroom
          • Your Teacher Portal
          • Trial Classes
          • Scheduling, Slots, and Timezones
          • Lesson Time Management
          • How to Write Feedback

          Module 15: Online Teaching - ESL Fundamentals Online

          • Comparison of Online and Offline Teaching
          • ESL teaching technique - TPR
          • ESL teaching technique - Scaffolding
          • ESL teaching technique - Modeling
          • ESL teaching technique - Repetition
          • ESL teaching technique - Prompts

          Module 16: Online Teaching - Props, Resources, and Techniques

          • Essential Props for Teaching Online
          • Using Puppets and Toys
          • Using Music to Enhance Learning
          • Materials and Resources
          • Reward Systems

          Module 17: Online Teaching - Successful Online Teaching

          • Career Paths in Online Teaching
          • Standing Out from the Competition
          • The Healthy Online Teacher
          • Maximising Income and Building your Business
          • Hacks for the Online Teaching Lifestyle

          Module 18: Bonus Module - Getting Started in TEFL/TESOL

          • What I Wish I’d Known when I Started Teaching English
          • Tech Advice for Online TEFL Teachers
          • Presenting Yourself like a Pro in the Classroom
          • How to Research TESOL and TEFL Companies

           

              Carrera

              Who is this course for?

              • Fluent English speakers who are interested in pursuing teaching
              • Those interested in getting certified for teaching English to non-native speakers
              • People with a good command of English who are interested in teaching from home
              • English teachers searching for an alternate source of income 
              • Anyone looking for a ticket to explore the globe

              Posibilidades de carrera

              • Equip yourself to teach English abroad or volunteer in countries around the world
              • Teach English to children in locations such as the iconic town of Cusco in Peru or to novice Buddhist monks in Cambodia
              • Find work with an online platform and teach students around the globe
              • Go on to specialize in specific fields, such as business English or early childhood education

              Certification 

              You will be required to complete each lesson in full, and answer exams at the end of each course module. If your pass rate exceeds 55% on each exam then you are eligible to access a certificate of achievement or other accreditation options to recognize your achievement.

              All courses are accredited by the International Council for Online Educational Standards (www.icoes.org). When successfully completing a course, students can choose to purchase an ICOES certificate that recognizes the achievement, from this third-party institution.

              Most of our courses will earn you credits through Continuing Education (CE) / Continuing Professional Development (CPD). CE/CPD points are accepted and recognized by professional member bodies and academic institutions across the US and internationally.

              Disclaimer: The content of our 150 Hour TESOL Certificate course and our 150 Hour TEFL Certificate course is the same. The term Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) is primarily used in North America, whilst Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) is primarily utilised in Europe and countries such as Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and the Philippines. However, both courses are intended for the same purpose. This course additionally combines the content of the Teaching English Online course and the Get started in TEFL / TESOL mini course.