In-Class TESOL Course Info:

Taught by our highly qualified, university trained TESOL instructors they are able to share with you their extensive knowledge of teaching abroad and in North America.

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USA Schedule for San Diego, San Francisco, & New York
In Class Foundation Teaching Schedule:

Day 1

  • Instructor Introduction
  • Introduction to the Course
  • Introduction to the Specializations:.
  • ESL/ EFL Acronyms
  • Approaches, Methods and Techniques
  • ESL/ EFL Student Levels: Characteristics of Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced Students
  • Demonstration Lesson
  • Lesson Planning
  • Presentation Preparation & Topic Assignment

Day 2

  • Using Games as Warm-ups & Ice-breakers
  • Philosophy of Teaching
  • How to Teach Children
  • How to Teach Adults
  • The Rassias Method
  • How to Teach English Vocabulary
  • Presentation Preparation

Day 3

  • Using Music in the Language Classroom
  • Using Video for Language Learning
  • Teaching Listening Comprehension
  • The Total Physical Response Method
  • Teaching Linguistics
  • Challenges of Teaching Pronunciation Internationally
  • The International Phonetic Alphabet

Day 4

  • Warm-Ups for Visual Learners
  • How to Teach Reading
  • Global Language Test
  • How to Teach Writing
  • ESL/EFL Student Assessment Techniques
  • TESOL Student Lesson Presentations
  • JET: A Year of Exploration

Day 5

  • Warm-Ups for Tactile Learners
  • TESOL Student Lesson Presentations
  • Peer Evaluations
  • How to Teach English Grammar
  • Grammar Quiz and Resources
  • How to Teach Idiomatic Expressions
  • Overseas Job Guide Presentation
  • How to Write a Teaching R?sum?
  • How to Live Overseas

In-Class TESOL Course Components:

  • 35 hours of in-class instructor-led lecture and teacher training
  • 5 hours of out-of-class of creative lesson planning, presentation preparation, readings and exercises during the week of the course
  • 20 hours of readings plus exam to be completed a fter the course at student’s convenience
    35 + 5 + 20 = 60 Hours of Study
  • TESOL Foundation Certificate is awarded at the end of the in-class course
  • The 60-Hour Specialization course(s) that you registered for are to be completed either online or by correspondence

Distance Education Foundation Course Info:

The TESOL Certificate you receive is exactly the same whether you study in-class, online or by correspondence. Distance education students are welcome to attend the in-class course anywhere, at any time in the future.

We understand your fast-paced, busy lifestyle, so we have designed our programs to suit every student’s schedule and educational budget.