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The course programme focuses on
1. Language Awareness
· The nature of communication and the role and functions of language
· Concepts & terminology used in ELT for describing formal features of English and English language use
· Differences between English and other languages
· Language as content in the ELT classroom
· Language used by teachers and learners
· Reference materials for language awareness
2. The Background To Teaching And Learning English At Adult Level
· The educational context and cultural impact of ELT
· The history and development of language teaching to adults
· Major theories of language learning and acquisition
· The contexts within which learning and teaching take place
· Describing teaching programmes to meet the needs of adult learners in different contexts
· Implementing teaching programmes to meet the needs of adult learners in different contexts
3. Resources and materials
· Using published and non-published ELT resources and materials
· Evaluating and selecting resources and materials for different purposes and contexts
· Adapting, developing and creating materials
· Using aids and technical support effectively
· Using self-access materials and learning centres
· Managing resources
4. Working In The Classroom
· Classroom procedures and techniques for use with adult language learners
· Classroom management with adult learners
· Classroom observation and research
5. Evaluation, Monitoring And Assessment
· Evaluation of courses and programmes
· Monitoring learners’ progress and giving feedback
· Selecting and evaluating classroom tests and other forms of assessment for different purposes
· Understanding English language tests, accreditation schemes and public examinations
· Preparing candidates for specific tests and examinations
6. Professional Development
· Understanding the relationship between underlying principles and classroom practice in ELT
· Working with people
· Demonstrating personal development in a professional context
· Understanding support system for continuing development
Component 1: Coursework
Assessed Coursework: includes
-Five Practical Teaching Assignments: Each Practical Teaching Assignment includes two parts
1.Part 1 – Written summary of the reading and research
2.Part 2 – Planning, teaching and post-lesson analysis
Each practical teaching assignment has a separate focus:
·Four focus on separate aspects of Language skills and systems
·One focuses on resources and materials
Four of the teaching assignments are internally assessed and externally moderated and one is externally assessed. To pass the coursework candidates must pass the externally assessed practical teaching assignment plus two internally assessed practical teaching assignments.
-Written Assignments:The three written assignments explore the relationship between practice and underlying principle in specific areas:
·New or alternative practice
·Evaluation of Learners English
To pass the coursework candidates must pass two written assignments
Non-Assessed Coursework: includes tasks involving
-Teaching for a total of 5 hours
-Observation and review of peers and colleagues teaching for a total of 10 hours
Component 2: The Extended Assignment
The extended assignment, i a case study of a learner, is designed and supervised by the centre and externally assessed. To pass the Diploma candidates must pass the extended assignment
Component 3: The Written Examination
The examination paper is three and a half-hours. It is externally set and marked and provided twice a year in June and December.
The examination consists of three questions, each of which has three tasks. Candidates are not offered a choice.
·Candidates are presented with some ELT related data for each task.
·Tasks require candidate to work with the data provided. Answers are normally in continuous prose but guidance will be given as to where this is not necessary. Candidates are not required to write traditional academic essays.
·A total time of one hour per question is recommended. There is no separate time set aside for reading
·To pass the examination candidates must pass 6 out of 9 tasks.
To pass the Diploma candidates must pass the examination
Mode Of Assessment:
There are three components of assessment on the course:
2) The extended assignment
3) The written examination
Candidates must complete and pass all components to gain the Diploma. To meet the course requirements candidates are required to attend the whole course and complete:
· the externally assessed assignments and examinations
· the internally and externally assessed and non-assessed coursework, in accordance with the regulations,
and submit all coursework to the centre by the dates specified
· maintain and submit a portfolio of all course work and related documents
Candidates who meet the course requirements and who demonstrate that they have meet the pass standard for the three assessment components will be awarded a Pass.
Exceptionally a Pass with Distinction will be awarded to candidates who meet the course requirements and who demonstrate that they have met the distinction standard for all the assessment components.
Candidates who fail to meet the pass standard in one assessed component may be Referred. Referred candidates may undertake, within two years of their first attempt, an externally set and marked assignment that includes Practical Teaching.
Candidates who fail to meet the pass standard in two or all of the assessment components will be awarded a Fail.
Number of Participants
The maximum number of participants on a course is 12. We wish to ensure that all candidates on the course get the required individual attention needed on such a highly intensive training course. The centre offers both a familiar and personal learning environment. In the unlikely event that there are less than 6 candidates the course may be cancelled and all fees refunded.
a) Be at least 21 years old by the start of the course
b) Have a standard of education which allow to entry to Higher Education in their country
c) Have the Cambridge / RSA CELTA ( CTEFLA)
d) Have at least two years full-time teaching experience subsequent to obtaining the CELTA
e) Have an awareness of language and a competence in both written and spoken English that enables them to follow the course.
Course directors may use their discretion in admitting to courses candidates who do not fulfil the above but it should be borne in mind that candidates should be of a standard comparable to the above.
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