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Teach English worldwide

 

Are you itching to learn TESOL to get going on your adventure abroad, but is the struggle of trying to fit a TESOL college course into your busy schedule stopping you? How does a convenient TESOL course that you can do from the comfort of your home at your own pace sound?
TESOL distance learning is possible with online TESOL courses, which can qualify you to teach English to speakers of other languages; whether you’re in Australia or any other place on the planet! 

 

Accredited On-line and On-site TESOL Courses

 

AICE provides TESOL Courses through INTESOL, which is an internationally recognized online training provider, allowing qualified TESOL tutors to breeze into paid teaching jobs abroad.
Whichever Online TESOL Course you do, you’ll get the TESOL training you need to get to where you want to be. Happy travels!

The sea of TEFL information out there can be overwhelming – and it’s easy to feel like you’re sinking! That’s where our friendly TEFL experts come in – to help you navigate the information overload, so you can make your dream of teaching English abroad a reality.

Request a free consultation with one of them and they’ll give you a call back for a chat about where you could teach and which course will get you there (you might not even need a course at all!)

Course Syllabus

 

Unit 1: Study Skills
(not assessed) - how best to organise your study time.

 

Pre Module Grammar
Self-assessed tasks with answers provided to help with Unit 2 The Study of English.

 

Unit 2: The Study of English
Module 1 - grammar-tasks on the understanding of grammar, tense & structure - to be completed with the use of a grammar book.
Module 2 - phonetics - tasks relating to the phonetic alphabet(given), stress & intonation.
Module 3 - lexis - tasks relating to the presentation of vocabulary, compound words, word stems, language appropriacy & frequency.

 

Unit 3: The Teaching and Learning of ESOL
Module 1 - basic principles - answers from your own experience, the course materials & handbook on
  1) the blocks which may prevent learning
  2) motivation
  3) communicative competence.

 

Module 2 - reading and listening - tasks based on exploitation of authentic materials i.e. magazines, newspapers, radio broadcasts etc.
Module 3 - speaking and writing - tasks based as above but with a more productive bias - getting your students to produce language
Module 4 - visual aids - study of all the audio-visual aids available. Production of your own flashcards and aids to be used with a simple flannelgraph.
Module 5 - error - looking at authentic student errors, classifying them, using a correction code, producing remedial exercises and improving your own practice.

 

Unit 4: Lesson Planning
Module 1 - classroom management - task relating to student teacher relationships and how to achieve genuine communication inside and outside the classroom.
Module 2 - lesson stages and plans - putting all the above into a lesson; timing; warm-up; input; practice and production stages of your lessons.

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